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Owners Experience

At James Ferguson Racing providing a great owners experience is part of our daily routine.

Every owner will receive either a detailed written report or a minute long video of their horse exercising every week as well as regular feedback from James pre/post race.

Owners have the option of choosing to receive their communications through email via Ardex, WhatsApp or through The Racing Manager. We endeavour to cater for all owners and tailor the expereince to the individual.

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Ownership Options

There are various ownership options available here at James Ferguson Racing, and we currently have horses for sale or shares available. Get in touch to discuss!

FOR SALE - BATED BREATH ex ZA ZA ZOOM
Sole Ownership
Syndication
Partnership

FOR SALE - BATED BREATH ex ZA ZA ZOOM

Lot 1456 – Bated Breath (GB) / Za Za Zoom (IRE) Ch.F. (GB)

2022 Chestnut Filly – purchased at the Tattersalls October Yearling Sales – Book 3.

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Sole Ownership

For people who wish to own a horse outright. The horse will run in your name and colours. Any costs or profits will be yours alone.

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Syndication

For a group of people coming together to own a horse, but who do not have to be sole owners in their own right. The ownership is managed and set up by a syndicator who is responsible for the syndicate. The syndicate can be formed as a result of a public offering and often comprises a larger number of people than a partnership.

We have Various successful partnerships with syndicates in the yard such as Hasmonean Racing who have all their horses in training here.

 

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Partnership

Form a Partnership:  For two or more registered owners that wish to own a horse together. Partnerships are likely to comprise family or friends and allow owners to share in the responsibilities of racehorse ownership.

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Any Questions?

There are a variety of options when it comes to getting involved in racehorse ownership… Get in touch to find out more.

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