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Horse racing syndicate offers Dunstan ownership

Promising colt Dunstan has been added to the Racing Club portfolio.

The three-year-old is available for shared ownership as part of the Racing Club syndicate having impressed in his early outings. Dunstan has finished second in four of his six races, including a solid run on his stable debut at Lingfield Park in December.

Under the expert eye of Barry Brennan, Dunstan will be trained at Newlands in Upper Lambourn.

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Richard Jaques, co-founder of Racing Club, said: “We are delighted to add Dunstan to our portfolio of racehorses. He is an exciting colt and we look forward to seeing him develop and race in the months ahead.”

Racing Club is offering 1,500 shares in Dunstan, priced at £62 each.

The benefits of joining the syndicate include: 

  • Regular jockey and trainer updates on Dunstan
  • Opportunity to visit the horse at the stables
  • Share of any prize money won by Dunstan
  • Entry into a ballot for owners’ badges when Dunstan races
  • Access to Racing Club events at courses across the UK and elsewhere
  • Exclusive access to the Racing Club Members Area

If you’ve ever dreamed of owning a share in a racehorse, this presents the ideal opportunity.

Racing Club aims to build a community of enthusiasts with benefits that extend beyond the world of horse racing.

If you join a syndicate – shares in horses start at just £45 per year – you also gain access to monthly ballots for a host of other perks, such as hospitality tickets at venues such as The O2, Wembley, Southampton FC and Newbury Racecourse.

For those looking to purchase a bigger share, or outright ownership, there are additional rewards courtesy of Racing Club’s VIP service.

Full details of the horses currently for sale can be found at www.racingclub.com while any enquiries can be made via [email protected]

For regular updates and latest news follow Racing Club on Twitter@Racingclubvip

Jon Fisher
Jon Fisher
Jon has over 20 years' experience in sports journalism having worked at the Press Association, Goal and Stats Perform, covering three World Cups, an Olympics and numerous other major sporting events.
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