Team

Dato' Dr. Nicholas Ho

UHC’s Executive Director & CEO

UHC’s Executive Director & CEO, Dato’ Dr. Nicholas Ho is the Executive Director and CEO of Seristine Group of Companies, a regional business consortium focused on industries such as Real Estate, Agriculture, Hospitality, and Natural Resources in the ASEAN region. Dato’ Nicholas is also a firm believer in giving back and provided The Seristine Endowed Scholarship with Singapore Management University, alongside scholarships like Li Ka Shing Endowed Scholarship. Under his leadership, he was able to bring the group to greater heights, where the group and its business entities have been featured on numerous news media in Singapore and in the region, such as CCTV News, Macau TV, Straits Times and Business Times.

On top of that, Dato’ Nicholas is also an advisor to many companies across various fields, such as Jio Technologies, Agrivo Mycosciences, Propease Technologies, Frontier Agrotech, Hidden Door Concepts, etc. Dato’ Nicholas has proven himself to be an adept and all rounded individual, with a keen eye for opportunity and a strong passion for learning.

As a huge fan of speed with a desire for promptness and efficiency, Dato’ Nicholas chose horseracing, as it is the only sport that is a sport for Kings, with the only glorified champion – the number 1 and the best, which he always strives for. Dato’ Nicholas has also organised the Seristine Cup at the Singapore Turf Club, in conjunction with the company’s 10th Year Anniversary and looks forward to many more of such events in the near future.

Jayven See

UHC’s Racing Director

UHC’s Racing Director, Jayven See, is the former Managing Director of Emerson Marine Solution and is currently one of Singapore’s leading horse owner, with great track records in the horse racing industry both locally and internationally. He is also the principle of ‘Middle Kingdom’ Racing Stable at Singapore and has thoroughbred racing and breeding interest in Australia, New Zealand, Japan and Ireland.

The most expensive Fastnet Rock yearling at his time is the colt from Popsy that made $1 million at the 2010 NZ Bloodstock yearling sale to the bid of the Singaporean owner, Jayven See.  At 3-year old, he went on to win the G1 NZ 2000 Guineas Racing as Rock ‘N’ Pop and is now a stallion retired to stud duties at Waikato Stud, New Zealand.

Horses include:

  • Revolte, a Gelding by French Deputy from the Rahy mare Grilse a multiple black type winner in Singapore, which is also a winner of the Group 3 $200,000 Singapore Guineas and Group 3 $200,000 Singapore Stewards’ Cup.
  • Rock n Pop, a multi Group 1 winner having won the NZ 2,000 Guineas, ARC Karaka 3YO Mile (R), L, New Zealand Derby, Gr.1, Ashburton RC Ray Coupland S., L, CJC Canterbury Racing Guineas Trial, 3d Waikato RC International S., Gr.1. Glamour colt Rock ‘n’ Pop (3c Fastnet Rock x Popsy, by Sir Tristram) Rock ‘n’ Pop is one of the Group I winners for red hot sire Fastnet Rock, who was the busiest stallion in Australia. The first and only Singaporean to paid NZ$1 Million dollar for a yearling at a bloodstock auction. The emergence of Rock ‘n’ Pop’s first crop progeny into classic and staying contenders is hardly surprising given the son of Fastnet Rock’s superior race performances and dam-line which reveals Group One performances at the Derby and Oaks distances.
  • The Odyssey, a precocious 2-year-old is a colt born in 19 September 2016 Sire by Better Than Ready out of the mare Jessica’s Hope was bought at the 2018 Magic Millions yearling sale for only A$30,000.00 is now a contender in the prestigious Magic Millions Race Series in January 2019. The colt with Australian interest has two start for a win and a second, total prize money of A$88,550.00 Nominated for Gold Coast – Sat, 12 Jan 2019 – $2M MM 2YO CLASSIC
  • Mikki Joy, a 6-year-old colt which has already amassed a total prize money won S$1M, has joined the stable in Singapore targeting the classic races for 2019. Mikki Joy has raced in Japan and is a listed race winner with 18 starts for 5 wins and 2 second. Currently in Singapore with Japanese interest, he is the only progeny in Singapore of Champion Stallion. Deep Impact standing for a service fees of S$500,000.00 per foal in Japan.