Syndicates and Hospitality Days To Celebrate
GB Horseracing Services have enjoyed success both on the racecourse and in executing perfect days in corporate hospitality for clients since we began. Here are some of the highlights:
Stakes performances: Listed winner & Group 3 placed
Prize-money won: £4,140
Total return: Sold privately after her winning debut
Fast, talented and determined, Lullaby Moon made an instant impact for her owners and continued to show an extremely high level of form subsequently.
Purchased for 16,000gns (£16,800), Lullaby Moon made a winning debut at Goodwood before she was sold privately making her owners a considerable return on their initial investment.
Lullaby Moon subsequently gained black type when finishing a narrow third in the Group 3 Firth Of Clyde Stakes before winning the Listed Redcar Two-Year-Old Trophy further highlighting the talent we identified early on.
Mr Bossy Boots
Prize-money won: £22,831
Total return: £46,981
A legend of a horse who was as willing and genuine as he was kind. Bought privately for £12,000, Mr Bossy Boots was to be targeted at All-Weather Championships Finals Day and the Victoria Cup at Ascot before being sold.
Mr Bossy Boots won two of his eight starts and performed with huge credit in the £105,000 Victoria Cup allowing his owners to have the true ‘Ascot experience’ for little outlay.
He scooped £22,831 in prize-money, which included victory in a £20,000 handicap at Newcastle, and sold for £24,150 (23,000gns) meaning a bumper return for his owners and special days to relive again and again.
Prize-money won: £11,510
Total return: £45,110
We will always remember her name. Purchased for £7,875 (7,500gns) at the Tattersalls December Mare Sales, Fanoos was to be targeted at the inaugural Fillies & Mares Final on All-Weather Championships Finals Day.
Fanoos won twice in six starts for her racing syndicate and finished a gallant sixth on All-Weather Championships Finals Day after missing the break. She also ran at Listed level.
She collected £11,510 in prize-money and sold for £33,600 (32,000gns) giving her owners a superb return on their investment as well as many long-lasting and special memories.
Prize-money won: £6,613
Total return: £28,663
If all horses were as tough and willing as Remembering You then you would be happy. Bought for £10,000 as a yearling, Remembering You progressed through the handicaps ranks under the careful tutelage of trainer Clive Cox.
She showed a will to win when scoring for the first time at Wetherby before going down narrowly on her next two starts, never giving an inch when challenged in the closing stages – she did not like to lose!
Having determined Remembering You was nearing her handicap peak, we were able to secure an excellent price for her at the sales when she sold for £22,050 (21,000gns). Her owners enjoyed plenty of highs with this filly.