Apache has been entered at Haydock on 8th June
About Invictus Racing
What We Do
Invictus Racing specialises in putting together small groups of individuals to share in a number of top quality racehorses. Racehorse ownership is no longer just reserved for the elite. Invictus Racing Syndicate offers you an inexpensive way into the world of racing and enables you to enjoy the full involvement of owning a racehorse. We hope that you will consider joining us in this exciting new venture and experience the thrill of owning a racehorse with us.
Invitus Racing ensures that we give the utmost attention to those involved and the highest level of personal service. Each owner is treated as if he or she owned their horses outright. We will keep in touch via all forms of communication i.e. email and telephone no matter where you are in the world. Invictus Racing will arrange regular visits to see your horses training, this gives you as the owner an opportunity to speak to the trainer directly and understand more what goes on behind the scenes.
This also allows you to see some of the finest training establishments in the world. When you visit Manton a tour will be arranged as well as seeing your horse train and the day will be finished with a top notch lunch in the famous Outside Chance pub. On race day, there are arrangements for owners to collect their complimentary owners badges at the Owners and Trainers desk. There will be a member of the Invictus Team on hand to arrange restaurant reservations etc. but most importantly to escort owners into the paddock before the race to meet the trainer and jockey.
How it Works
The syndicate works in the way that you pay a one-off payment for a share of the horse which includes a year’s training fees. The amount of shares available depends on the horse in question, usually around 20 shares. Each shareholder enters into an agreement with the company to share in the prize money and proceeds from the sale of the horses once the syndicate is wound up. The duration of the syndicate differs but generally lasts for a minimum of one season. The horses may be sold at any time throughout the duration of the syndicate and any attractive offer is carefully considered.