Faq

What does Excel Racing do?
We offer shares in racehorses that we put together to form racing syndicates i.e., small groups of people to share in racehorse ownership.

How many people are there in each syndicate?
This varies, usually from 4 to a maximum of 20 people. Each syndicate is unique, please read the terms of sale for specific details.

Who buys the horses?
All horses are sourced through Excel’s bloodstock agents.

How much does a share cost?
This differs from syndicate to syndicate, prices are stated clearly in the terms & conditions at the start of any syndicate.

What does the price of share include?
The price of a share covers all expenses including the purchase, management & training of the horse. This includes vet bills, entry fees, transport, gallop fees, jockey fees, farrier fees etc.

How long does each syndicate last? The duration of each syndicate differs, please read the terms & conditions at point of sale.

Can owners see their horses being trained?
Yes, we organise regular stable visits, where owners are able to see there horse on the gallops and discuss welfare/racing plans with the trainer.

What happens on race day?
Excel Racing organises for owners’ badges to be collected from the owners’ entrance. Owners have access to the paddock before the race as well as access to the Owners’ and Trainers’ Bar& Car Park.

Why join an Excel Racing syndicate versus purchasing my own horse?
The short answer is that it will be more fun & more cost-effective. It currently costs over £25,000 a year to train, insure, transport and vet one horse.

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