It is time to provide a fresh look into the latest horse racing news, to share our opinions on key topics, and of course share with you the latest racehorse ownership opportunities.
Here is an option that could be considered by Racing Authorities, to increase stable staff base pay rates without adding to owners cost.
The recently announced increased investment into prizemoney by Racing Victoria is big news. How this increased prizemoney in allocated is always up for debate. Here is our evaluation.
With the Flemington win of BARTHELONA on Sat 23 June, we thought it was time tor review the merits of his sire ZOFFANY (IRE).
When you purchase a share in a racehorse via our Racehorse Syndication service, we request specific personal details from you. In this article, we explain why.
“She’ll go for a spell before we try and get a bit of black type in the spring and … I’d like to run in the Lightning.”
That was some win by Shaun Dwyer trained MISS LEONIDAS at Moonee Valley yesterday.
A daughter of a Champion NZ sire PINS, and the winning and twice stakes-placed mare LADY CHAPEL. Enjoy Racing at Warrnambool with Group 1 winning trainer Aaron Purcell.
We are pleased to again support Matt Cumani with the sale of shares in another yearling colt, this time by the exciting SHAMEXPRESS.
Two oddly but very likeable named gallopers, I Boogi and The Thug, scored well deserved victories for connections and the Cameron Racing stable to kick start a successful June.
“It is important that those who are looking to invest in horseracing – which is primarily a discretionary, leisure spend – can do so with confidence and trust in the purchasing procedure.“
Shares have been selling quickly in this yearling filly – a 3/4 sister to a Group winner and grand daughter of high class Group 1 race filly DANGLISSA.
“Racing jurisdictions should focus on increasing the minimum values of each type of race. This will provide more effective support to the grassroots where the capital appreciation effect of a win isn’t as profound, but the horse still needs to pay its way.”