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Our unique approach brings owners together to share the costs, risks and enjoyment of owning racehorses. We organise partnerships ourselves, for other owners and directly for trainers. We do it for the love of the sport and not for profit.

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STOP PRESS: It didn’t take long to get the first post-lockdown winner on the board, with Lord Condi bouncing back to form at Southwell on 14th July in a competitive novice handicap chase. Lots of runners coming up over the Autumn. Fingers crossed on the pandemic front!.

Sojourn:  Wins On Chase Debut

Lord Condi: had lost his confidence but regained it at Southwell, 14th July 2020

Sojourn:  Wins On Chase Debut

Sojourn: privately owned by Jon & Jacqueline Hughes. Bolts up by 16 lengths. Market Rasen, 7th November 2019

Constitutional First Win On A/W

Constitutional: shows a lot of resolution to lose his maiden tag. Newcastle, 17th September 2019

Melekhov in the Money

Melekhov: maintains his 100% prize-money strike rate, Exeter, 16th April 2019

Enforcement off the mark

Enforcement: no superstar but a lovely chap. Wins at Plumpton, 18th March 2019

Acey Milan Wins Again

Acey Milan: after a winter illness, bounces back at Plumpton, 13th February 2019

Scented Lily wins at Market Rasen

Scented Lily: romped home at Market Rasen, stepped up in trip to 2m 7f. More to come

Sunday Prospect wins at Cheltenham and Newbury

Sunday Prospect: wins readily at Leicester over 1m 2f and will now step up to 1m 4f. Will race in France

Lord Condi Wins at Plumpton and Ludlow

Lord Condi: wins 2 back-to-back novice hurdles at Plumpton & Ludlow, September / October 2018

Acey Milan Listed Winner

Acey Milan: won 2 Listed races at Cheltenham & Newbury. Best bumper horse in the country

Melekhov - Long Distance Wins

Melekhov: won at Fakenham & Hexham. Exciting novice hurdler.

Lord Condi - Super Prospect

Lord Condi: won at Fontwell and will be back on the winning trail soon.

Bucklestreet - Winning Stayer

Buckle Street: multiple winner and a real character. Could be a cross-country horse.

Dr Dunraven - Summer Wins

Dr Dunraven: hit a purple patch of wins during the summer 2018.

Acey Milan winning at Wincanton

Acey Milan:  gave OfO its easiest ever winner in a Wincanton bumper, 7th December 2017

Black Prince winning at Chelmsford

Black Prince:  outstayed the opposition to win gamely over 2m, Chelmsford, 6th October 2017.

Thady Quil - spot the owner

Thady Quil hacks up in a 2m 4f handicap chase at Worcester, 5th July 2017.

Future Gilded: Winning at Catterick, 2017

Future Gilded:  Starts the year in the best possible way, New Year’s Day 2017, Catterick.

He's A Bully gets his 1st win

Lord Ben Stack storming home at Haydock Park, 1m 2f, 2nd September 2016

He's A Bully gets his 1st win

Timeless Art: A game win at Ayr
in the 1m Sunsport Handicap, 18th June 2016

He's A Bully gets his 1st win

He’s A Bully winning a 3m 1f handicap
chase at Wincanton, 17th October

REPORT:

A Blueprint for Racehorse Ownership in the UK
By Ged Shields and Jon Hughes

A Blueprint for Racehorse Ownership in the UK

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Four Key Goals that Guide How We Operate

  • Everyone is a Full Owner: no matter what size the share, we want owners to be properly treated, particularly by trainers and the racecourses. We’ve joined the RSA to foster improvement with the tracks.

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  • Open Access to Trainers: we encourage frequent yard visits and close involvement. There is nothing more important than owners really enjoying and following the progress of their horse.
  • Excellent Communications: such a vital part of being an owner. As a minimum we do an email update every week on each horse; a fortnightly blog; privileged access to the Owners’ Area on this web site; and regular circulation of photos and videos.
  • Value for Money: keeping all costs to the necessary minimum is so important in this expensive game. We do all the VAT reclaims for each partnership, liaise carefully with trainers to monitor costs, produce an annual account for every horse and are fully transparent on all charges.