Introduction: A ‘Really Super’ Opportunity
Something a bit different from me today…
As you may or may not know I own 2.5% of Blessed To Empress, as part of the White Diamond Racing Syndicate. This flat filly is in training with Amy Murphy and I am writing to you today because there is a new ownership opportunity… this time for a juvenile hurdler. (I have just bought a 2.5% stake in this one,also trained my Amy Murphy – based in Newmarket)
I am already dreaming of the mares novice race at The Cheltenham Festival, but that may be getting ahead of myself!!
(covers the horse, the trainer, the partnership,and how much a share will cost)
You can find the full pedigree/original catalogue page HERE>>>
What do you need to know from me…
-well I have thoroughly enjoyed being part of the Blessed To Empress Syndicate. The guys who run it are down to earth, accessible and make the experience very enjoyable. They keep you well informed about your horse pre-race, post-race and everything in between. I cannot fault them for the information available or the organisation.
-i am excited about this latest horse as she is fit, ready to run, and the trainer thinks she can improve her quite a bit by letting her fill out/strengthen up. There is a quiet confidence that she should do well in early season juvenile hurdles. From there, we can dream. We shall see how she progresses over timber but there is always the option to switch back to the flat as the year progresses. A true dual purpose beast, to keep us entertained all year round.
-I am doing this as a favour to the guys who I now know personally. If you want to join a fun syndicate for an affordable fee/payment plan, you can read more HERE>>>
-Finally, horse racing ownership should never really be viewed as an investment! I have no expectations of getting anything back and as such any financial return is a bonus. But I know I will have plenty of entertainment along the way, which is the main thing 🙂
If you are interested you can email Tom, Jay and Steffan at the following address… email@example.com
(say that Josh sent you!)
All the best ,