Here's probably the most sensible and most easily affordable route into racehorse ownership. We can offer a free lease into this exciting, 3yo filly by CAMACHO: http://yeomanstown.ie/site/stallions/camacho/
We hint that she's a very affordable route into racehorse ownership and that's because we can offer her on a free lease. This means that there is nothing to pay up front to join the syndicate, just our usual, regular monthly lease payment as with any other shareholding with us. All the normal MPR ownership benefits apply, with the sole exception of, as you would expect, a percentage of future resale value of the filly, given that your syndicate association is a lease hold share.
Inflorescence is a very well handicapped 3yo Camacho filly. In training with Ken Condon in Ireland, where prize money is extremely good, she is sure to bring her owners plenty of success this season. Finishing closely behind Aiden O’Brien’s Cheveley Park Gr.1 placed filly and Gr.3 winner, So Perfect on debut, she went on to be placed in three of her five starts as a 2yo and goes into her 3yo season off a very favourable mark. In a recent article, her trainer of last year said: “Cedars Of Lebanon and Skitter Scatter were out early. I had another filly who was faster than the two of them, Inflorescence but she didn’t even quite get the five furlongs”. (Skitter Scatter finished the season winning a Gr.1 and a HRI award winning filly of her generation).
Inflorescence has thrived over the winter and has blossomed into a ‘bull’ of a filly (we have a recent winter photo of her in the gallery); strengthening up no end and should be plenty strong enough this season to see out the 5f. She looks a sure-fire winner over this trip and with an excellent program for 3yo sprinters in Ireland could be a very lucrative filly to be involved in.
She looks the perfect opportunity for a first time owner, looking to dip their toe into racehorse ownership; inexpensive to be part of, whilst still high on expectations. You just pay a monthly training fee instead of buying a full share and paying an amount upfront.
Here's what lessees of a horse benefit from:
- full race day complimentary owners’ badge entitlements (the quantity dependant on the % shareholding e.g one badge with 2.5% and two badges with 5%)
- receipt of all prize money earned (commensurate with percentage shareholding)
- full owners’ updates from the syndicate manager
- full access to our newsletters and offers
- full entitlements to stable visits and events
The main difference when taking out a lease rather than buying a share, is that when the horse is sold, only full shareholders are entitled to a return (commensurate with the % owned in the horse). Full shareholders are also entitled to race winning trophies and prizes.
Please contact her syndicate manager Charlotte with any questions (see all the contact details above).
UPDATE (24th March): She has thrived over the winter and has matured into a fine, strapping filly. She is doing plenty of steady ground work at the moment and will continue doing so for a few weeks yet. She had plenty of time off over the winter so the steady work at this stage is important, however once she is back cantering, it shouldn’t take too long to get her race fit.
Her form from last year has worked out very well, so we are delighted to be going into this season rated 63 - she looks to be very well handicapped off this mark. She showed a lot of speed last year on the track but just didn’t quite see out the 5f. Last year she was relatively small and weak, so to see what she has grown into this year is very exciting!
We’ve pencilled in a race on 31st May at Down Royal as her first start this year – it’s a 0-70 3yo only 5f handicap and looks to tick a lot of boxes for her. Ken’s working towards that date however there will be plenty of other options if she doesn’t go there.