The China Horse Club is a relatively new name in American horse racing, but it has wasted little time letting the world know that it intends on being nothing less than a major player on the U.S. racing scene. The Horse Club had a breakthrough when Abel Tasman, a horse it co-owned with Clearsky Farms, won the 2017 Kentucky Oaks and was named 3-year-old filly champion. It looks like they were just warming up as in Audible, Quip and Justify the China Horse Club has three serious contenders for this year’s Kentucky Derby. Michael Wallace is a big part of the team, the group’s head of bloodstock and racing. He is this week’s guest on the Thoroughbred Daily News podcast, brought to you by Taylor Made.