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    All-Weather Season starts in earnest now - so get into a 'sand' horse now for great value through the winter    
    DATE POSTED: 09/10/2011    
    The All-Weather is often looked upon as being the 'lowly son' of the turf season, but actually for syndicates, the All-Weather provides a wonderful and absorbing distraction from the winter weather...

We have never understood why people are so anti the All-Weather - as the winter season of flat racing provides two very important activities for our shareholders... Lots of runs and lots of fun!

Because of its very forgiving surface, the All-Weather is the perfect way for horses to be campaigned regularly without meaning that they get leg problems - as the Polytrack is especially geared to allow horses to let themselves down.

This means that on average, an All-Weather horse will run more often than its turf counterpart.  With there now being four All-Weather tracks based around the midlands and the M25 corridor, it also means that your racing entertainment is centred on easy to assess racecourses.

If you've never owned a share in a racehorse before, we would highly recommend our all-Weather horses as a starting point.  And this year as well as a hardy handicapper, we have some really exciting un-raced 2YO's who could end up being anything.  Both of them are due out very soon, with Klassy Lassy likely to lead the way in October.

We have consolidated our winter activities with Derek Shaw - perfectly based in the Midlands to reach all the All-Weather tracks.  And a quick look at Derek's record shows that he is adept at getting winners on the artificial surfaces, as one of the top All-Weather trainers year after year - regularly notching 25-30 winners during each winter.

So don't delay - you can get a share for less than 80 for the entire season!  

View Derek Shaw's Training Profile

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