We hope that we can offer some of the best value and friendly Partnerships in racing – Our Partnerships Owners re-invest year on year with new horses and have a great time with us at the yard and going Racing. We count so many of them as close friends and some of our most ardent supporters. Scroll to the bottom of the page for some Partnership photographs…
The Waking Ned Partnership – 3 x winner, ‘Transient Bay’ (full)
The Dibble Bridge Partnership – 3 x winner ‘Next Edition’
The Green Oaks Partnership – once raced, 2nd – ‘Wemyss Point’ (full)
The Kirby Club Partnership – debutante ‘Bertie Blake’ (full)
The Topspec Partnership & Ownaracehorse – debutante ‘Northen Girl’ – shares available
Our latest plan in 2017 will be to create a ‘White turf ‘ Partnership to find, purchase & enjoy a high-class 1m4f handicap flat horse to aim at The St Moritz White Turf races in February 2018 and some decent flat handicapping along the way.
If you think this might interest you please let us know. It is likely to be a 20 strong Partnership @£1800 per person with a horse capable of winning on the flat off his handicap mark here – possibly a sound, older highly rated gelding out of a flat claimer this summer or at the tatts sales end of October that will be guaranteed a run at St Moritz, and n exciting challenge for us all to look forward to (plus some skiing!). Some of our current Owners actually won the big race there a couple of years ago with Milton Bradley, and we know what type of horse is needed for the job, (tough horse who can front run over 1m4f rated around 75-85 and goes on dead ground, preferably likes Southwell) now we need to fill a Partnership to make the idea happen. You can run 2 or 3 times over there with the same horse, and with luck we may be able to take two. The cost of purchase, all training, the journey, entries and keep there is factored into the price. This will be a Partnership that is likely to start once we have bought the horse and finish upon completion of the St Moritz plan, the horse could be re-offerred for partnership again if enough interest.
See this link for all about the three meetings held there each year: