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All shares in King Arise have now been sold

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On 29th May 2021 was purchased the four year old King Arise.

Twenty shares are available in our exciting grey who we have bought privately for £25,000

He’ll come into training on 1st July and the plan is to have him ready to run at the end of September. He’ll start off in maiden hurdles but in time will make a lovely chasing type.

Dr Richard Newland “He is a very exciting horse to join the yard. He won his only start impressively and we then had him on a two week trial during which he really impressed with his turn of pace and attitude.”

King Arise is well bred by the Coolmore Stallion, Kingston Hill who was an unbeaten Group 1 winning two year old and a Classic winning three year old. Kingston Hill is by European Champion Mastercraftsman. Kingston Hill’s first crop have done extremely well and his progeny have been selling for substantial sums at the sales.

His dam is Aries Ballerina. A well-bred mare who has had one previous foal, Flindt, who is rated 121 in Ireland over hurdles and will be going novice chasing this season.

King Arise won on his only start, a Point to Point bumper at Garthorpe on 27th April. He showed a super attitude to pull clear on the run-in from the well fancied Universal Run (Gina Andrews). He was previously trained by Tom Weston who looks after his young horses extremely well so he’s come from a good source.

Trainer

Dr Richard Newland is one of the top national hunt trainers in the country. His strike rate is outstanding, and his record also includes many top races such as the Summer Plate, Betfair hurdle, Coral Cup at Cheltenham Festival and the Grand National with Pineau De Re. Richard has a fantastic record, and his friendly and fun personality together with the individual attention provided for each horse are ideal for our racing syndicates. Richard has recently moved to a fantastic purpose-built training centre near Droitwich.

Costs

King Arise cost £25,000. Each 5% shareholder is required to make a payment of £1,250 to cover the capital purchase of their share.

In addition, all costs incurred to 31st May 2022 including training, racing, veterinary fees, farrier, management and BHA fees are expected to be a maximum of £1,400 per share.

Therefore, the total contribution for each 5% share for the First Financial Period ending 31st May 2022 is £2,650.

Any unspent contributions and prizemoney won during this period will be carried forward and deducted off the costs for the following season (1st June 2022 to 31st May 2023) which are estimated to be a maximum of £1,400 per share. Please note that there are no agents’ fees or any charge for our time/expenses in purchasing the horse.

 

Just Contact Us or email dan@foxtrotracing.co.uk for an Application Form.

 

 

Foxtrot Racing has been going for over 10 years and is run by Dan Abraham, Chairman of the Racehorse Syndicates Association. All Foxtrot Racing Syndicate Members are covered by Public Liability Insurance and members receive all owners’ prizemoney and also unspent subscriptions. Members are provided with a Financial Statement showing how your subscription has been spent. This ensures financial transparency. There are no hidden costs with Foxtrot Racing.

 

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