Purple King’s win in the Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother Memorial Amateur Jockeys’ Handicap Hurdle at Sandown 8th March brings the syndicates tally to 5 wins at 5 different courses from 4 different trainers in 8 days – a scorching hot streak by any measure.
8th March – SANDOWN: Purple King, L/Bdr Jody Sole – Dr Richard Newland
7th March – SOUTHWELL: Pay The Woman, Finn Lambert – Martin Keighley
6th March – HUNTINGDON: World Trip, Fergus Gregory – Olly Murphy
1st March – LEICESTER: Marracudja, Tristan Durrell – Dan Skelton
1st March – CATTERICK: Whizz Kid, Charlie Hammond – Dr Richard Newland
Congratulations to the many individual syndicate owners involved with these horses – what a thrill for them and an example of where joining an RSA Member Syndicate can take you.
Did You Know?
The Racehorse Syndicates Association is dedicated to promoting Racehorse Syndication and Clubs because this is the fastest (possibly only) area of ownership growth in UK racing – the future of the sport, therefore, lies in co-ownership.
There are over 80 syndicator members – large and small – from Grand National-winning trainers and large syndicates with over 1300 winners to small groups of friends, each with a leg – they are united in their aim to bring the importance of co-ownership to the forefront with the stakeholders who run British Racing.
Any syndicate, or trainer who organises syndicates or has a racing club is welcome to join. Members are required to conform to the letter and spirit of all current regulations – including the BHA Syndicate Code of Conduct, recently updated. The RSA is run by a committee of whom Foxtrot Racing’s Dan Abraham is the current Chairman