The decision to join a horse syndicate depends on various factors, and individuals must weigh the potential benefits against the associated costs and risks. Here’s an evaluation of the value proposition of horse syndicates, considering emotional rewards, forming lasting friendships, and financial aspects:
Available horse racing syndicates:
Spirit of Boom x Steflara Colt
This Colt is by Spirit of Boom, one of Queensland’s leading sires a producer of Group 1 winner and stallion Jonker as well 22 individual stakes winners. He is out of the well bred Zabeel mare Steflara who has done a fantastic job at stud to date producing 5 runners to the track for 5 winners including the Group 3 Belle of the Turf runner up Pleiades. A pedigree littered with black type, herself a half sister to Squalls the dam of recent Group 1 Flight Stakes winner Tropical Squall.
He was a fantastic physical, well proportioned and used himself very well. He was very well balance and tractable a real athlete. He had a fantastic willing attitude.
We have had great success already with Spirit of Boom as a sire with our 2 year old Listed Calaway Gal stakes winner Malaboom. This colt will also be trained by Matthew Dale just like Malaboom, out of his state of the art Goulburn facilities. To top all this off he comes of one of Queensland’s very best nurseries the very same nursery we secured Malaboom from in Eureka Stud.
This Colt is eligible for the lucrative Magic Millions race series and QTIS bonus scheme.
Microphone x Miramare Colt
This Colt is by the exciting young sire Microphone, Champion 2 year old in Australia 2018-2019, a Group 1 winning 2 year old and one of the fastest sons of Champion sire Exceed and Excel. He dam Miramare is by one of Australasia’s leading broodmare sires of all time and multiple Champion NZ sire O’Reilly. She is regally bred being a Full sister to Group 1 winning sprinter Shamexpress.
He is an extremely well balanced colt that moves with swagger and has a bombproof attitude, everything he does he seems to do with the utmost of ease. He is a beautiful specimen of a horse one that oozes quality.
This colt will be trained by Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott out of the historic Tulloch Lodge stables Sydney and will have every chance.
This Colt is eligible for the lucrative Magic Millions race series and BOBS bonus scheme.
So You Think X Bellevue Girl Filly
This filly is by the multiple worldwide Group 1 winning stallion So You Think, a dual winner of the Cox Plate, sire of 55 stakes winners and 11 individual group 1 winners to date, he is arguably one of Australia’s leading sires for a number of years now. She is out of the well related Exceed and Excel winning mare Bellevue Girl, herself a full sister to the Group 3 and stakes winning 2 year old winner Sugar Babe. This filly has a fantastic pedigree and holds great residual value being a half sister to the Group 3 winning and Group 2 Todman stakes runner up Bellevue Hill.
She is a very well balanced filly who moved with great ease. She is a very athletic elegant type that posses class in abundance. She comes off the great Segenhoe Stud nursery the leading producer of stakes horses over the past 5 years in Australia.
This filly will be trained by David Pfieffer out of the state of the art Warwick Farm, Sydney facilities where she will be given every chance. David Pfieffer has already had great success with the progeny of So You Think including $2.2 million earner Rocketing By.
This Filly is eligible for the lucrative Magic Millions race series and BOBS bonus scheme.
Star Turn x Bleue Pepite Colt
This colt is by the Group 1 producing sire Star Turn and out of the Fastnet Rock mare Bleue Pepite who has already produced top quality racehorses including the $400k earner and 6 time winner Ruban Bleu as well as 5 time winner La Defense, she has done a great job at stud to date. Bleue Pepite is a half sister to the Group 3 winning mare Think Bleue.
This Colt is extremely well balanced and a showed a fantastic willing workmanlike attitude. He was well put together with plenty of scope.
He will be trained by recent $500k 2yo Magic Millions debutant winning training Chris Anderson out of his state of the art Eagle Farm, Brisbane facilities.
He is eligible for the Magic Millions race series as well as both the lucrative BOBS and QTIS bonus schemes.
In conclusion, horse syndicates can be worth it for individuals who seek the emotional rewards of racehorse ownership, the opportunity to make lasting friendships, and a more affordable entry into the world of horse racing. However, it’s crucial to approach syndication with a realistic understanding of the financial risks and to choose a reputable syndicator with transparent communication and management practices.