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Recent impressive Daily News winner Surcharge has been sold to a Chinese owned consortium, and as a consequence is scratched from Saturday’s Champions Cup at Greyville.

Top bloodstock agent John Freeman brokered the deal but would only reveal the buyer is a Chinese company based in Australia, and who own two stud farms there. 

A Singapore based agent was also involved as an intermediary in putting together the complicated, multinational agreement. 

The 112 rated Surcharge will enter quarantine in Cape Town on Monday. His next destination will be Mauritius as he begins the convoluted process involved in getting our horses overseas.

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