Day At The Track

Here's your chance to own a beautifully bred filly

06:20 PM 29 Feb 2016 NZDT
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A half-sister to top filly Vista Bella
A half-sister to top filly Vista Bella (pictured) will be raced by a newly formed Cranbourne Raceapacer syndicate.

If you have ever thought about owning a racehorse but shied away fearing exorbitant costs, here’s an affordable opportunity to delve into the excitement of harness racing ownership.

Harness Racing Victoria (HRV) through its Raceapacer ownership program and the Cranbourne Harness Racing Club have introduced an exciting new syndicate to race a well-bred pacer to be trained by up-and-coming trainer Michael Hughes at the acclaimed Cranbourne Training Centre.

A 5% share in the syndicate will cost just $425, and you don’t have to take up the 5% on your own, you could elect to split it among friends or colleagues to make it even more affordable.

The syndicate will race a beautifully All-American bred filly, by Mister Big out of Out Of Sight.

The striking brown filly is a half-sister to five winners, including supremely talented Vista Bella, who won the 2007 Youthful Stakes at Moonee Valley and the 2008 Group 3 Bathurst Gold Bracelet, and placed second in the Group 1 Victoria Oaks in 2008, third in the Group 1 Bathurst Gold Tiara in 2007 and fourth in the 2008 Group 1 New South Wales Oaks.

“Thanks everybody for the wishes, this is what horse ownership in the trots is all about, fun with great people #LivingTheDream” tweeted Darren Carroll after one of his horses won at the weekend.

Another who owns the moment at the trots is AFL star Josh Jenkins.

The Adelaide Crows gun has a share in several horses with trainer Michael Stanley and is a regular at trots meets in Victoria.

“It’s great fun owning horses with mates. We have a group text and following the horse’s races keeps us all close,” Jenkins said.

“The sport endears itself to me because of the workmanlike nature of the people involved. It is grassroots racing and I love seeing country towns hosting trots meetings.”

If you’re interested in finding out more about the new Cranbourne syndicate get along to Decron Cranbourne Cup Night. If you register your interest via details below, you will even get into Cup Night for free!

A Q&A with HRV Ownership Manager Tori Glenister and HRV General Manager – Operations Vaughn Lynch will be held on Cranbourne Cup Night.

A product disclosure statement will also be available for all.

Register your interest in the Cranbourne Raceapacer syndicate and secure a free ticket to Decron Cranbourne Cup Night by phoning 03 5996 1300. 

Cody Winnell

Harness Racing Victoria

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