MyRacehorse Launches In The UK And Ireland With Juvenile Trio


A Dubawi colt out of J Wonder is part of the first MyRacehorse UK/Ire offering | Zvari Marketing

MyRacehorse, a U.S.-based racehorse micro-share ownership operator, is expanding to the UK and Ireland with three 2-year-olds, including a 450,000gns Dubawi (Ire) colt purchased out of the Tattersalls October Book 1 Yearling Sale. Out of J Wonder (Footstepsinthesand {GB}), he is trained by Andrew Balding. John and Thady Gosden have a $300,000 Keeneland September filly by Mendelssohn for the GI Kentucky Derby/GI Breeders' Cup Classic-winning organisation. The trio is rounded out by a Zoffany (Ire) filly in the yard of Joseph O'Brien. She was purchased for €170,000 at Goffs Orby.

MyRacehorse has over 100 horses in training in America and over 50,000 registered users. They added another location, Australia, in June of 2021, and currently have 36 horses there and over 12,000 owners Down Under. Their aim is to make racehorse ownership available to any casual fan by way of fractional shares. In most cases, shares for their UK/Ireland venture will be priced under £200. For more information, please visit MyRacehorse's website.

Jules Pittam, UK Managing Partner of MyRacehorse, said, “We want to give people the opportunity to experience elite ownership at an affordable price and encourage new owners into the sport. Our goal is to increase engagement with the industry overall by providing owners unrivaled behind-the-scenes access and hopefully the opportunity to enjoy some of the best moments in sport as they tread the path to glory.

“The tide is turning on racehorse ownership, and the sport is becoming more reliant on shared ownership and syndicates–something we at MyRacehorse are passionate about. We want to offer this unique opportunity to racing fans in both the UK and Ireland and give them the chance to join our 70,000 strong global community.

“Unlike other ownership models, we offer contractual racing and breeding equity; so when our horses win big, so do our owners.”

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