We welcome individual owners, however for those racing enthusiasts who have always hoped to become involved in ownership, but thought the cost would be prohibitive, we have several Partnerships of varying size, which allow racehorse ownership to become an affordable reality for everyone. Shares are available in some of these Partnerships: please visit the Horses and For Sale sections, where you will find up-to-date information. If you are interested in becoming an owner please get in touch on Office: 01488 72598, Mobile: 07831 873531. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
The pink and grey colours of Ushers Courts were carried to victory twice last year by filly Haatefina(right) who won her maiden at Sandown, and Lady Percy, who won at Salisbury. Black Truffle has carried the colours throughout the winter months and won at Lingfield, as well as placing on five further occasions.
For 2013, the partnership will be represented by 2 new two-year-old fillies, who are ironically both by Compton Place. Shares are available in both, see the For Sale page for more information.
THE GOODRACING PARTNERSHIP
There are two horses carrying the yellow and green silks of this Partnership: Ridgeway Hawk, a three-times winner on the all-weather, who remains a useful prospect, and his half-sister, Ridgeway Sapphire (pictured left), who won at Brighton in August 2011 under Hayley Turner.
HIGH FIVE RACING
High Five Racing was formed in 2010 and the partners have enjoyed success with a total of 11 winners in three years, plus many in the frame. There are currently eight shareholders and there will be four horses in training for 2013. The cost for new shareholders is £10,000 all-inclusive. (Pictured right) May’s Boy being led in after winning at Sandown.
SAXON HOUSE RACING
This is another relatively small Partnership comprising eight shareholders. Over the years its colours have often been seen in the winner’s enclosure with the likes of Saxon Saint and Valhillen. The success has continued with Spice Fair who has won four races and placed a further eleven times. He really is giving his owners a lot of fun and excitement. (Pictured right, being led in at Goodwood after winning under Richard Hughes.) The colours are also carried by another of Trade Fair’s offspring, three-year-old filly Direct Trade.