Invictus Racing was set up in 2011 by Max and Ned Sangster, with the idea of providing affordable ways into the world of racehorse ownership. Invictus pride themselves on small and intimate syndicates, where every owner can recieve our full attention. There is no greater thrill than watching your own horse winning, whether that be on a damp evening at Wolverhampton or prestigious Royal Ascot in June. Winning or losing, the aim of Invictus is always to have fun and a great day.
Since Invictus was launched, we have placed five horses in training, three of which have provided our owners with the excitement of their own horse winning. Mull of Killough finished second in the Lincoln, and the Cambridgshire two of the top handicaps of the flat season, and then went on to win in Group and Listed company.
Invictus had two runners at Royal Ascot this year, Mull of Killough in the Royal Hunt Cup and Smoothtalkinrascal in the Windsor Castle Stakes. This only goes to prove that for a very small outlay, and with the expertise of the Invictus team in the bloodstock world, great results can be achieved.
Invictus has established a strong rapport with leading trainers around the UK, including Brian Meehan, Jane Chapple-Hyam and Tim Pitt. After the success over the last year Invictus are looking to increase and strengthen their horses for the coming season.
Our journey so far has been filled with excitement and as we look to the future we are full of anticipation of what 2013 will bring, with Invitus' exciting new recruit Apache. Invictus hope the son of Galileo will be aimed at the Ebor with a view to qualify for the Melbourne Cup. Mull of Killough has targets including the Winter Derby and a possible trip to Singapore, and Lavender Bay looks to be well handicapped.
This is a fantastic opportunity to join a winning team, with like minded people at an affordable price.