Dr. Alan Lee, Director and Breeding Expert
Alan has involved in horse racing over 20 years and he has been a horseman in Perth, Australia. Despite horse racing being in his blood, Alan graduated from Curtin University in 2004 with a Bachelor of Commerce (Property) and spent over 16 years in that profession.
Alan has good connections with horsemen around the world. This can let him to import good horses in Australia and New Zealand with reasonable prices.
Alan also has rich knowledge about breeding and A Value also involves horse breeding with our own broodmares.
Goey Po, Racing and Bloodstock Manager
Goey joined A Value in 2018 and he graduated from Chinese University of Hong Kong with a Master of Arts in Sports Studies and became a Certified Public Accountants in Hong Kong.
Goey involved in horse racing over 12 years, he has the knowledge of horse racing all over the world, especially in Hong Kong, Macau and Japan. He is interested in racing analysis and pedigree. It makes him could identify the horses' quality and characteristic, and scout the suitable horses to race.
Bjorn Baker (白敬雅), A Value's Trainer in NSW, Australia
Bjorn Baker is from a family steeped in racing history, with his father, Murray Baker, one of New Zealand’s most successful horse trainers, having won over 100 Stakes races across Australasia. Bjorn Baker’s reputation as a horse trainer is only growing.
A noted trainer of both sprinters and stayers, his rise through the training ranks has been explosive. Bjorn has achieved particular success with top class juveniles Winning Rupert, who won the Group 2 Champagne Classic in 2016, Twilight Royale, Fuerza and Brilliant Terror. In May 2016, he claimed his first Group 1 success when Music Magnate stormed clear to win the Doomben 10,000. The horse backed up that victory by winning the Group 2 Expressway Stakes in January 2017. Bjorn Baker is a trainer making his mark. Last season he finished third in the Sydney trainer premiership, and has worked his way up to earn himself a place alongside Sydney’s elite.
Jock Mackay and Cangon Stud Farm (A Value's Appointed Stud)
Cangon Stud Farm comprises over 2000 acres of prime thoroughbred country in the lower Hunter Valley and is run on a hands-on basis by renowned horseman Jock Mackay, an internationally celebrated Polo player who represents the fifth generation of an immediate family that first settled on the property in 1838.
Jock grew up on Cangon and became a thoroughly competent rider well before his teenage years. He's since traveled the globe playing professional Polo in more than 10 different countries and reaching the handicap of 5 goals. He's also been an Australian representative player many times over.
Polo and general horse husbandry is very much in Jock's blood. His father Jamie was also an acclaimed Australian Polo player himself, making his test debut against New Zealand in 1974 before being appointed captain of Australia in 1986. In fact Jamie's father Ken, too, was an equally revered horseman, with both of Jock's forebears being inducted into the Hunter Region Sporting Hall of Fame.
Cangon Stud Farm has been constantly developed for the specific purpose of breeding horses and no expense has been spared to provide a thoroughly conducive environment. We offer both short- and long-term broodmare agistment as well as racehorse spelling, and care for your horses like they are our own.
Lee Freedman (菲特文), A Value's Trainer in Queensland, Australia
Lee Freedman is an Australian thoroughbred racehorse trainer. and Hall of Fame inductee. In partnership with brothers Anthony, Michael, and Richard, he has been a prolific winner of Australia's major races in past 20 years, with four Golden Slippers, four Caulfield Cups, two Cox Plates, and five Melbourne Cups, including two of the three won by Makybe Diva. On 19 June 2007 he won the prestigious King's Stand Stakes at the United Kingdom's Royal Ascot racecourse with his champion mare, Miss Andretti.
In mid-2017 Freedman moved to Singapore to train horses there, taking over the stables of New Zealand-born Laurie Laxon. Lee trained the winner of the 2018 Group 1 Singapore Guineas, Mr. Clint and 2018 Group 2 winner, Circuit Land.
Kacy Fogden, A Value's Trainer in Queensland, Australia
In her breakout training year, Kacy has been recognised as one of Queensland’s most upcoming trainers earning herself the Nationwide Super Rising Star award at the coveted 2021 TAB Wayne Wilson Medal and Trainers Awards. With a previous focus on pre-training and breaking, Kacy’s focus has shifted to her own team of racehorses and with that has come the results. In the last 12 months, Kacy has an extremely impressive strike-rate and has had success in the states of Queensland and New South Wales.