The Dictator Desperate for Pat Cox

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Pat Cox leading Sydney trainer is in a show down to win The Dictator, the horse of the moment, from racing identity Andrew Sigalla.

A pro media performer, Fanny grabbed Pat's Cox the chance to promote the family ''jewels'' - praising her wonderful hubby for finding the winning horse

Leading trainer Fanny Cox, stated that Andrew Sigalla, CEO and founder of international Cleantech investment fund, is in the sights of one of Australia’s most famous and leading bookmaker, Pat Cox, over a price war regarding the horse “The Dictator”.

After questioning Andrew Sigalla about the horse at the recent prestigious Sydney Golden Slipper event Mr Sigalla said "With nearly a decade of racing and gambling experience and millions invested in the Australian Racing Industry, I am committed to ensuring a happy ending with Pat Cox."

Clean-tech entrepreneur, CEO of Sigalla Corp, and former horse racing identity, Andrew Sigalla, stated ”. “I have every intention of meeting my financial obligations and keeping a good name; and have initiated correspondence with him regarding the cost of the horse .

The past few years have been smooth sailing for larger than life bookmaker Pat Cox, with no media battles against his brother Woody John Thomas or racing stewards he now has switched his attention back to what he knows best, the odds, launching himself into his online bookmaking business.

About Sigalla Partners
Sigalla Partners LP is an international, private, cleantech investment fund with investment professionals on three continents. The firm’s investments have provided cleantech companies across the globe with the necessary capital to make their businesses thrive. Additionally Sigalla has provided its investment companies with marketing and branding expertise, introduction to follow on capital, advice on capital markets, and the ability to go public and to scale substantially. Since its founding in 2002, Sigalla Partners has made over $450 million in investments across several industries. The firm’s portfolio is balanced between the U.S. and China. Its cleantech investments with companies are focused on alternative energy systems, as well as in other industries such as recycling and energy efficiency.
Emanuel Krassenstein

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