Posted by MWE: 2.15 PM Sunday 21 February 2021
Entries for the Laura Mason Syndicate are here.
At the end of 2017 we set up a Syndicate to enable more people to enjoy the thrills of racehorse ownership at an affordable price.
The venture started after my grand-daughter Laura Mason was seriously ill and fighting for her life in hospital. David and I thought it would be a nice idea to set up a Syndicate with Laura and the response was amazing! It began with one horse, She's Awake, named by Laura after she had been in a coma. As more and more members expressed an interest to join we have added more horses.
You can read the Syndicate's 2020 report here.
The Syndicate now includes:
- Enlighten (50%)
- Hoofs Happy Now (50%)
- Bavardages (50%)
- Pastoral Pursuits x Brave Mave 2yo (50%)
- Quick Look (25%)
- Quick Waltz (75%)
Unlike most syndicates there's no need to buy in at the start, you just pay the monthly fee and you'll get owners badges to see the horses race with paddock entry and a share of any prize-money. We're hoping this will open the door for the racing enthusiast with lots of days out racing at an affordable price.
In 2018 we sent out Tapis Libre to win at Epsom and Newbury and in 2019 Space War won twice, and Luzum and Socru also won for the Syndicate. In 2020 the Syndicate star was La Rav who recorded two wins at Newcastle.
We are now offering shares at £100 a month. As the Syndicate is based on leasing the horses we do not ask for any money up front, you don't have to 'buy in', you just pay the monthly fee.
Therefore for £100 a month you get you a share in six racehorses with the opportunity to come and watch them race and train on the gallops. We also invite you to our exclusive open days, where we put on refreshments and members can join us for the morning and pick the brains of David, Steph and Mick about the horses, or for that matter about anything you like!
Interested? Email Steph Easterby on firstname.lastname@example.org and we look forward to welcoming you to Mick Easterby Racing.
Unveiling the Syndicate colours
Bottleared at York
Hoof's Happy Now