As a not for profit racing club, our ethos is to encourage racegoing and a greater involvement in the sport, which we have proudly done for over 40 years. Our members are privileged to exclusive admission discounts across 90% of the fixture list, can purchase substantially discounted badges for private raceday facilities, go on stable visits to yards across the country and have the option of owning a share in their own racehorse….
Our syndicates make the dream of owning a racehorse accessible to all. We have a history of success including three Royal Ascot runners and a 2,000 Guineas contender, but wherever the racecourse, simply watching your horse develop, progress and take to the track is a unique experience.
We have horses trained both in the north and south of England, our flat syndicates start to be formed in January and run until the end of the flat season in November. Our jumps syndicates start to be formed in August and run until the end of the jumps season in April.
We restrict our syndicates to 200 members, so that everyone can get close to the action, either with an owners badge on racedays or at one of our private stable visits and we stay reguarly in touch with syndicate members with detailed reports on their horse's progress and plans.
We lease all our horses for a minimum of two seasons, at the end of the lease the horse will return to its breeder. Syndicate members will receive any prize money the horse wins without any of the risk that comes with buying and selling horses. Leasing also means that we will never part with a horse whilst it is under our ownership.
Our current syndicates are below, if you are not already a member of The Racegoers Club you will need to sign up to join one of our syndicates under the 'Join today' tab, membership is £25 for a calandar year.
1 share in Chilly Miss (for existing Club members) £225.00
Dan Skelton Syndicate £225.00
Hel Tara Syndicate £225.00
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