You are about to enjoy the 'Sport of Kings' as a Racehorse owner, joining the ranks of Arab Sheikhs and The Queen. Your 'Racehorse Ownership' - experience is made up of two parts, beginning with an informative close encounter of your Racehorse being trained, where you will meet the Racehorse Ownership Manager and see your horse work on the training track in the fresh early morning mist.
You will then enjoy lunch and discuss the racing plans for part two of your racehorse ownership experience.
Part two will be a day at the races where we can promise the adrenaline will be racing as fast around your body as your horse will be around the course. With a bit of luck you will end up in the winner's enclosure.
Your Approximate Itinerary for Part One
- 10.30am Arrival at training yard
- Introduction with Racehorse Ownership Manager
- Meet your Racehorse
- Oversee your Racehorse put through its paces on the training gallops
- Discuss with the Ownership Manager tactics & race plan
Your Approximate Itinerary for Part Two
- Arrival at racecourse
- Pick up your exclusive Owners badge at the Owners entrance
- Make your way to the Owners & Trainers bar
- When its time for your horse to race head into the Parade Ring, meet the jockey and go through final race tactics
- The rest is down to the horse and jockey - good luck!
Most racecourses require a smart dress code. Please remember racecourses are often exposed to the elements, warm clothing is advised. Minimum age 16, if you are under 18 you will not be allowed to gamble.
This experience may be cancelled or curtailed in extreme weather conditions. Please telephone the location in the afternoon on the day prior to the experience to ensure that the meeting is taking place.
Non-paying guests cannot accompany you into the racecourse. Guest passes are required to be pre-purchased by calling us.
Part one: Introduction to your racehorse - please allow up to two and a half hours, meeting at 10:30am.
Part two: A day at the Races as an Owner - most afternoon meetings start from either 14:00 - 18:00 or evening meetings from 17:00 - 21:00. Please allow up to 5 hours for part two.
What To Wear
Almost all racecourses require a smart dress code. Gentlemen are particularly advised to wear jacket and tie.
Part one is available every last Saturday of the month (other dates available on request).
The second part is only available on selected race days.
Note that this is an exclusive experience limited to 2-6 Owners on each session. Part two is subject to availability and limited to the race schedule for each horse.
The first part takes place in Hampshire and the Racecourse for the second part varies and depends on the dates but is likely to be in the South of England (including venues such as Ascot, Goodwood, Sandown Park, Salisbury, etc).