This two year old filly is in training with Harry Dunlop in Lambourn.
She is by Raven’s Pass out of a very impressive family on the dam side.
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Interestingly her previous owner in Ireland, Mrs Sonia Rogers has bought half the filly back to keep for herself. Mrs Rogers is, however, happy to be a silent partner. She will pay half the training and racing costs while Foxtrot can purchase the other 50% of the filly for the sale value at £13,000.
This means syndicate members are paying for only half the horse, and with just six syndicate members it is going to feel very exclusive.
Another benefit is that as Harry is keen to have Foxtrot as an owner in the yard, he will not back date any costs for training since the sale. We will start paying training fees from 1st March.
The fully was vetted at the sale and has had no issues.
The filly can be named by the syndicate members and will run in Foxtrot’s colours.
Harry Dunlop is very talented trainer based in Lambourn. The filly is cantering and should be ready to run around June so there should be plenty of two year old action this year before a longer season next year. She is probably going to be best suited by around a mile.
There will be six shareholder in the syndicate. Each capital share will cost £2,167. Training and racing costs will be a maximum of £1,875 per share to cover all costs until the 31st October 2017. This can be paid upfront or in instalments.
The Partnership will run for two years with the plan to sell her in October 2018, although of course if things don’t go well in the first season then we will sell the filly this October. Costs for year two (1st November 2017 to October 2018) will be a maximum of £2,750 per shareholder.
This really is excellent value, especially considering that there will be just six members of the syndicate to provide a very exclusive ownership experience.
Do get in touch by email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone on 07880565751 if you would like to take a share, or if you would like to visit Harry Dunlop’s yard to see the filly.