Owning a Race Horse

Own a Racehorse

With Anthony Honeyball, owning a racehorse is straightforward, great fun and very exciting. There are lots of different options available, depending on the depth of your pockets, and how involved you want to be with making decisions.

We believe that our strength lies in being able to source young unproven horses that go on to have good potential.

 

Syndicates and Partnerships  Costs and ownership are shared between a group, and we find that this is a popular way of getting involved. Typically between 2 and 12 people share costs and winnings, and this can be a very sociable and enjoyable experience. We set up and run the Partnership. This means all the admin of running the co-ownership is carried out by us so you get ‘hassle free’ racehorse ownership. The different interested parties come to us, interested in buying a share in a racehorse, but not wanting to buy a whole racehorse.

Company Ownership  The horse is owned by the company’s shareholders, and is an ideal way to promote your company, and to build your brand. Your horse can carry your company name – a great way to promote a business.

Sole Ownership You are the single owner of the horse. As such, any costs and profits will be yours alone. You will also have a close involvement with any of the decisions regarding the horse. You will be able to choose the name of your horse and which colours will be worn in your name, and you get to keep all the prize money!

Horses For Sale

We often have opportunities to own a racehorse - there are shares currently available in a syndicate of 10 partners for an unnamed 3 year old Presenting gelding that we have here at the yard. Click here for details.

With access to industry contacts and expert bloodstock agents, we have a proven track record of offering horses that have winning potential.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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