At Ownaracehorse we have a team of
people who are constantly searching for suitable horses to add to
our growing number of racehorses available to purchase.
We are different from other Syndicate Managers because we don't seek
to syndicate 100% of our horses. Because we only syndicate 25%
to 50% of the horse through Ownaracehorse, it means that
shareholders are not one of thousands, but usually only one of 40-80
people in the horse for the season.
This means that when it comes to attending our yard visits or the
racecourse as an owner, you have a realistic chance of getting free
or discounted badges, and you are not just a number.
We work with trainers who not only are capable of training our
horses to win races, but also commit to providing all the horses
information we require on an ongoing basis. Our trainers and horses
are bought with two objectives in mind, to provide value for money
and thrills at the racecourse.
Of course, horses can become injured or lose their form - that's all
part of proper ownership. However, we are one of the only small
share syndicates where every single shareholder is allocated
winnings into their 'Racehorse Manager' account according to the
size of the share they take for the season.
We always look for horses which are already in training and have
shown some ability on the racetrack or gallops. This means that you
get top value for your investment - horses which in all likelihood
will run because they are fit, and will stand a chance of winning
because they have past form which indicates a winning run is within
When we create a share period we do so to ensure you get value for
money. Why pay for a horse when it is out of training over the
winter? Many syndicates will do this. With Ownaracehorse your share
period is geared to when your horse will be in action.
When a racehorse has become uncompetitive or injured and its racing
career is over, we will either sell the horse at one of the primary
horse sales, or we will sell it privately to go to a new life.
We also re-train our horses at our pre-training and livery yard in
Gisburn, Lancashire, to give them every chance of having a positive