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Highclere Racing

Highclere Racing

Specialise in bringing together small groups of people to share in a number of top quality racehorses, enabling them to enjoy racing at the highest level without the very high costs normally associated with owning racehorses.

Since it's creation in 1992, 27% of Highclere's syndicates have produced black type performers (Group 1, 2, 3 or listed races).

Each summer Highclere Thoroughbred Racing (HTR) offer shares in a range of syndicates, the number of which varies between ten and twenty. The number of horses also varies in each syndicate. Horses are purchased by John Warren, at the world's principal yearling sales and remain the property of HTR. Once broken in the horses are then sent to their nominated trainers.

Syndicate members can see their bloodstock at the annual Yearling Parades, held at Highclere's Stud in the grounds of Highclere Castle and then throughout the year on regular visits organised by HTR. In general syndicates last for a minimum of 2 seasons.

Horses are trained by a number of trainers, including Sir Michael Stoute, John Gosden, Luca Cumani, William Haggas and Richard Hannon.