Sole Ownership – 100% ownership (for 1 person or 2 individuals/couples) gives you the opportunity to choose the colours that the horse runs in and often the name if the horse is un-raced. Harry is constantly visiting bloodstock sales finding value wherever he can in quality young horses. If this option is of interest then he will discuss the profile of the horse with you beforehand and you have the opportunity to be involved in the process as much as you wish. We do of course often have horses 'bought on spec' so before getting in touch it is always worth browsing our horses in training page to see what is available.
A group of people who get together (whether registered owners or not) who can take varying shares in either 1 or more horses. The horse/s would run in a partnership/syndicate name and colours (chosen by the group). This is a popular alternative to sole or joint ownership, as it suits individuals who would like a cost effective way of getting into owning a racehorse within a social group, whilst retaining a significant share. It can also suit those who like to spread investment across multiple horses.
We have an exciting new opportunity that we would like to propose to you that we have developed during this time of tragedy and uncertainty. It is in the hope that it might give us all something to look forward to and a little light at the end of this tunnel…
For those of you who may already know we have recently changed the ownership of our beloved Salto Chisco so that he can remain here at Hill Barn where he knows and loves and can live out the rest of his career. At the tender age of 12 there is still plenty of life in this most valuable, consistent team player and battles for him to fight on the track!
For as little as £55 per month or £600 all in and upfront for the year (discount when paying upfront) we are hoping to get enough people together to make up a syndicate at a very affordable rate.
We would run things in our usual way by keeping everyone updated and involved as much as possible (most likely on a whatsapp group or similar) and provide regular photo and video updates to keep everyone amused, particularly while restrictions remain in place. And then the hope would be that we could get him back on the track for a summer jumping campaign and into the autumn/winter.
Finally and perhaps most importantly, we have no interest in making any kind of profit out of this venture it is purely something for us all to look forward to. So at this time of crisis we are proposing to donate all profits (after training fees, etc. have been covered) towards the NHS and a selection of appropriate equestrian charities. We are all in total admiration for their hard work and dedication during this time and if there is a way we can repay this in our own way then this is it.
If this is of interest then please email to Alice (firstname.lastname@example.org) or call the office on 01235751869.