Syndicated horse racing partnerships run by racing manager Mark Ball. Each partnership consists of 8 individual 12.5% shares, purchased in one payment, plus all inclusive monthly fee.
A coloured thoroughbred stud based in North Yorkshire and home of the Paint Box Syndicate. The syndicate only includes coloured racehorses.
Race horse ownership for one all-in payment that includes training, vet fees, gallop fees, race entries, transport and jockey fees, with no hidden extras. Their horse are trained by Nikki Evans near Pontypool in Wales.
Excellence Racing has a mixture of owned and leased syndicates that will appeal to a range of budgets, but one thing that remains a constant is the fact that we only source well bred racehorses for our syndicates to try and create the best opportunity for success.
Scottish based horse racing syndicates for both flat and national hunt racing. Their national hunt horses are trained by Lucinda Russell at Arley Stables in Perthshire, while the flat horses are trained by former jockey Keith Dalgleish, at Belstane Stables in Carluke.
Formed in October 2011, to provide racehorse ownership and syndication at an affordable cost. Ownership works by paying a one off initial payment to cover purchase and registering of the horse. Followed by monthly all inclusive fees.
Horse racing partnerships that last for one year and are split into either 5% or 10% shares. Horses are trained by Ralph Beckett in the Berkshire. Payment can either be made up front or on a monthly basis and includes purchase of the horse, plus all fees.
French racing syndicates established for English racing fans, with shares are available form £5,000, which covers all expenses including the purchase and training of the horses for 2 years. The price can vary depending on the number of shares (20 maximum) and the number of horses (3 or 4).
Horse racing partnership with the aim of offering a first class ownership experience to small numbers of like-minded racing enthusiasts. Despite the name they have members from all the UK and Ireland.
Flat and national hunt syndicates for horse racing in the UK and France. Horses are leased to the syndicates, so there is no capital outlay to purchase the horse. Horses are trained at various stables in England and France.
Horse racing syndicates run with a maximum of twelve shareholders, with the intention of all achieving a life long dream of becoming successful racehorse owners. All syndicate horses are trained by Alan McCabe.
National hunt racing club managed by Martin Gray, primarily for members living across Northern England and Scotland. Club membership is for a fixed monthly cost, with horses trained by George Bewley in the Scottish Borders.
Racing syndicates with horses currently trained in Cheshire by William Kinsey. They aim to have several horses, for both flat and jumps, with various trainers around the country.
Exclusive owners club that offers racing enthusiasts the opportunity to experience the thrill of owning a thoroughbred racehorse, at an affordable level.
Racehorse ownership from the founders of the Our Friends In The North partnership, who won the Cheltenham Gold Cup with Imperial Commander.
Shares in leasehold partnership syndicates in quality bloodstock raised at Biddestone Stud, in Chippenham, Wiltshire. Benefits include owners' badges, stud visits and access to the partners area of their website.
Despite the name, they are a UK based syndicate & partnership company aimed at providing fun and affordable racehorse ownership. There is no capital outlay, members who sign-up pay an all inclusive set monthly fee with no hidden extras.
Purchase and lease partnerships in quality bred racehorses sourced by Gazeley Stud. Partnership horses are based with trainers throughout the country.