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Lease Ownership

Turning dreams into reality: welcome to the world of racing.

Sean Conway Racing offers options for you to choose from to help you realise your dreams of being a front-runner in the racing world. Whether interested in owning a racehorse outright or leasing a share of a horse, potential syndicate members are encouraged to get in touch to discuss individual queries and requirements.

We provide friendly, helpful advice on all racehorse ownership procedures. As a new owner, you will be able to oversee the designing of the colour and style of the racing silks, and the naming of the horse if it is unraced.

Whether you are an experienced owner or new to racing, please contact us for more information.

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Benefits of ownership:

  • A share in a racehorse

  • A share of the syndicate prize money won

  • Owners badges every time your horse runs (extra badges can be acquired with prior notice)

  • Opportunity for corporate hospitality

  • Company name and link to website featured on Sean Conway Racing website

  • Detailed updates on a weekly basis

  • Opportunity for stable and yard visits

  • Personal updates from the Sean Conway Racing team regarding all entries and stable news


What is the process of acquiring shares in a racehorse?

When you have decided on a horse and a percentage share, a copy of the rules and information on payments will be emailed to you. Once we receive the first fee, your lease and your leaseholder benefits begin.

How long does the lease?

Minimum leasing period is 6 months, and then the length of the lease is entirely up to you.

When are payments due?

All payments are due at the beginning of each month. Accounts will be completed at the end of May for National Hunt, and the end of November for Flat.

What happens when my horse wins?

Net prize money is paid out after 31st May for National Hunt and 30th November for Flat (deductions are made by the racing authority, 10% fee for jockey and trainer, and three levies are paid, i.e. The Injured Jockey Fund).

Want to know more? Please contact us with any questions.

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