Once your payment has been received, you the owner will get a receipt from PayPal and from BDR Syndicates confirming your order.
Your Racing Manager, Colin Burr will forward a contract (please click on the Sample Contract link below) outlining details of the partnerships which needs to be signed and returned.
Once payment is received and the contract has been signed & returned you will be contacted by your Racing Manager welcoming you to the partnership and he will be at hand anytime for your queries and to arrange all affairs regarding your horse, and will forward all the information from your trainer. A owners guide will also be mailed to you.
You will be added to relevant communications and will receive Weekly updates, Owners Badge/s, Raceday Analysis, Post Race review. On Race days you will have full access to your trainer & horse. There will be no ballot of badges as we run small partnerships.
Annie Day is a very progressive mare from the Irish pointing field. On her latest start she was an emphatic 12 length winner at Kilfeacle on 26th January beating New Money who has since franked the form with another good run. Annie Day jumped really well and took control of the race at an early stage to run her rivals ragged.
Prior to that she ran 3rd to Nada To Prada at Ballindenisk in January. The winner was sold for £65,000 and has since won a hot looking Warwick bumper on debut for Michael Scudamore. With the Ballindenisk runner up and 4th home both winning subsequently the form looks particularly strong. A further notable form line is from Nada To Prada's bumper as the runner up Step To The Top ran another second but in Listed grade at Kempton next time out.
With the expanding Mares program I'm very hopeful she'll be placed to effect this season and beyond. Her form looks good, she's pleasing Christian at home and looks an ideal purchase particularly as she'll have residual value as a brood mare later down the line.
She is made available to purchase via a monthly payment plan.
We hope spreading the purchase cost of your share over 24 months will prove very attractive.
Here are the figures ...............
£265pm training + £134pm purchase = £399pm combined
* 24 payments @ £134 = £3216.00 with the one off payment we need monthly training fees of £265
£220pm training + £109pm purchase = £329pm combined nothing more to pay
* 24 payments x £109 = £2,616.00
the single payment of £2616 does not included training fees paid monthly
Calum Gilhooley & Ajay’s Ways (Two horses in one syndicate)
Two horses trained by Graeme McPherson combined in one syndicate for one monthly fee.
Calum Gilhooley is 6yo bay gelding who won a bumper at Bangor on race course debut. Unfortunately he suffered a bone injury which kept him off the track for a while but he is now 100%. Originally he was due to return in March but with National Hunt racing suspended a decision was made to re-plan for this autumn. Calum will go straight over hurdles and we think he'll win races.
Ajays Ways is a 6yo bay gelding with some good placed form in Irish points. Graeme is very happy with him at home and thinks he has a good level of talent. he'll go directly over hurdles with a view to being a staying chaser down the line.
One 12.5% combined share remaining @ £5625.00 Training is just £245pm which provides excellent value.
Roseriver Has won three races for Noel Meade in Ireland before being bought privately to run under new ownership. After taking a couple of runs to acclimatise he's now on a dangerous mark to capitalise and win races this coming season. He is really pleasing Christian at home and will be ready to race from September onward.
Two 10% shares remaining @ £219pm. Purchase cost for 10% £2,200.00
** SPECIAL OFFER - your purchase cost can be deducted from prize money won on the track by Roseriver Has.
Call Colin Burr: 07780 607976 to discuss
Baby Ben 4yo gelding - full brother to 138 rated Ask Ben (Ask-Decheekymonkey)
Trained by Graeme McPherson.
An un-raced gelding whom we are particularly excited about. As a full brother to the well regarded hurdler Ask Ben (rated 138) he has a very attractive family. Brought into full training last year to learn the basics he's now been given the right amount of time to mature in readiness for this season. Graeme is delighted with him at home as he's giving all the signs of a talented horse. He'll be a winter horse, a longer term staying type but he'll start probably in a bumper this season. Ask Ben won on his racecourse debut so we'll be trying very hard to replicate that effort.
One 12.5% share available @ £6,250.00 Training fee £306pm