Syndicate ownership is an ideal way to enjoy the excitement of racehorse ownership at a fraction of the cost. A variety of syndication options exist with the ownership of a racehorse split into anything from 5 to 250+ shares. Naturally the greater the number of people involved in a syndicate the lower the costs are for an individual. The precise working of an individual syndicate will vary in accordance with their own rules but most of them will offer opportunities to enjoy a day at the races when your horse runs and to visit the stable where the horse is trained. The larger syndicates will usually offer regular newsletters to update members and an information phone line. The smaller syndicates will usually provide this information through a syndicate manager.
Here at James Given Racing we train horses for a number of different syndicates. As mentioned above these vary considerably in size and make up. A brief description of each follows along with web site addresses.
We’ve successfully trained for Elite Racing Club for many years.
Ingram Racing have one horse in training with us, they have seen success in recent years with Taffe. They have a 5yo in training this year, Artful Prince a Dutch Art gelding out of Royal Nashkova with 5 wins in his 3yo career. For further information please see the Ingram Racing section of this website which can be found on the home page.
Mister McGoldrick was in training here back in 2000 after having won on the flat he then went on to be a very successful horse in the NH field winning 5 hurdle races and 9 over fences. His owner decided to create a racing syndicate so more people could enjoy what he had and so McGoldrick Racing Syndicates was born.
We have links with the Living Legend Racing Partnership, who have enjoyed success with us in the past with Amber Legend, Morinqua, La Chicaluna and Virginia Rose.