Trophies and horse racing memorabilia decorate Teo Ah Khing's Orchard Road office. He is an architect by training but lately, his focus has been on constructing a rising force in the sport of kings.
The 57-year-old Singapore PR, who set up his architecture firm here in 1993, is the founder and chairman of the China Horse Club (CHC) which stands on the brink of thoroughbred racing history.
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