How do horse racing syndicates work?

How do horse racing syndicates work?

Horse Racing Syndicates Explained Horse syndication is now the most common way for new owners to get involved in racehorse ownership. A licensed syndicator will sell shares in horses they own, with individuals buying different portions of that horse (2.5%, 5%, or 10%...
Horse Joint Supplements Guide

Horse Joint Supplements Guide

Horse Joint Supplements Guide When a racehorse races, its body is put through a lot of strain. Not only can this have an impact on their general health, but it can also cause inflammation and discomfort in the joints over time. Joint supplements may help to improve...
‘Lovely little filly’ ready for Grafton debut

‘Lovely little filly’ ready for Grafton debut

Cathy Chapman will unearth Li’l Miss Hellcat at Grafton on Monday and the popular Northern Rivers trainer was over the moon with her progression ahead of a much-anticipated race day debut. “She is going really well. She is a lovely little filly,” Chapman said. “She...
NSW Country and Picnic Racing

NSW Country and Picnic Racing

NSW Country and Picnic Racing is a dedicated website for breaking news, stories and updates for the New South Wales thoroughbred racing industry. Covering 125 community and picnic race clubs, NSW Country and Picnic Racing covers meetings from eight different Racing...
Thoroughbred Racing Club

Thoroughbred Racing Club

Do you want the thrill of owning a share in a racehorse but not the expense? Then Thoroughbred Racing Club (TRC) is for you! TRC members enjoy racing 14 horses with leading trainers across Australia without the expensive buy in or ownership commitment. Members enjoy...