Racing clubs, like syndicates, are an ideal introduction to racehorse ownership. A club significantly reduces the cost of racehorse ownership due to the large number of people involved in each horse. A club can be set up amongst friends, family or even a group of strangers with a shared interest in racehorse ownership. Alternatively, members can join an already established club for a set fee on a monthly or annual basis. There is no limit to the number of members but a minimum of two and maximum of four trustees (Club Agents) must be registered as owners with HRI to carry out the administration responsibilities of the Club. The Club name will appear as the owner on the racecard. This name will be no longer than 40 characters including spaces and the word “Club”.
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