NATIONAL HUNT HORSE RACING SYNDICATES
Realta Horse Racing offer professionally run National Hunt horse racing syndicates providing members the opportunity to be a shareowner of a well-bred racehorse. We give fellow horse racing enthusiasts the opportunity experience all the thrills and spills of watching your horse compete over National Hunt rules and bring all the fun and excitement of owning a thoroughbred at a fraction of the cost of full ownership. At Realta we believe that true lovers of the game have dreamed of standing in the Winners Enclosure and we aim to turn your dream into a reality. Imagine your horse jumping the last, willing it up that grueling hill, your horse entering the home straight then battling on to the finishing line and coming first past the post. Make that vision come true and join us here at Realta!
Realta Horse Racing's horses are trained by Stuart Crawford at Newlands Farm and Andrew McNamara at Charlestown Stud. We will regularly grow our number of horses in training and always welcome new enquiries. When you join us at Realta we are with you every step of the way through the racing career of your horse and you will receive regular communication to keep you up-to-date with your animals development, progress and wellbeing. Joining our racing syndicates is one of the most affordable and fun to enjoy all the fun of being a full owner, but at a fraction of the cost. By spreading costs and relying on equine professionals to select and manage horses Realta Horse Racing Club increase your chances of having a successful experience in one of the most emotionally rewarding sports in the world.
What We Offer?
Realta horse racing syndicates offer share ownership of well-bred National Hunt horses in training with Stuart Crawford. Our Club is a member of the Association of Irish Racecourses and run our horses in Ireland and the UK. As a club member and shareowner you join with other like-minded individuals who share the same passion for racing. Realta members enjoy the benefits of racehorse ownership at a fraction of the cost of owning a horse outright and receive up-to-date information on the horse in training, a certificate of ownership, an enamel badge with our club crest and free course entry on race days. If you want to fulfill a life-long dream of watching your horse finish first past the post take up the opportunity to own a thoroughbred and contact us.
Why Join Realta?
Realta Horse Racing Club offer a unique opportunity to get involved in the Irish and UK horse racing scene. We are committed to making your experience as a racehorse shareowner enjoyable and rewarding and we truly believe that we can deliver everything a syndicate member requires. When you choose to have a share in one of our well-bred horses you will receive the benefits only a racehorse owner can experience. Realta bring you the all the fun and excitement of owning a thoroughbred horse at a fraction of the cost of full ownership – we make participation in the “Sport of Kings” fun and affordable. At Realta Horse Racing Club we have a winning mentality and are dedicated to being the very best racehorse syndicate available.
What’s The Benefits?
Our goal is to bring a winning experience! As a member of a Realta Syndicate you will join a community of like-minded individuals that share the same passion for horse racing and collectively we cheer our horses to the finishing line. At Realta Horse Racing Club we are committed to keeping our members up-to-date on all aspects of training and when our horses are to be declared to run. We offer you the chance to see the progression of your horse from the training gallops to the Parade Ring and from the starter’s flag right through to the exhilarating feeling of being part of the team behind your horse finishing first past the post and into the Winners Enclosure. We believe you cannot beat the value offered in our club membership, Join Us!
Realta Horse Racing Club spent two days at the 2016 Tattersalls Ireland Derby Sale searching for the right horse to put into training with Andrew McNamara. Andy had spent two days with us researching the pages of the stores and drew up a shortlist. The unnamed Getaway ex Jollie filly is from an excellent family[…]
Realta Horse Racing Club are delighted to add Andrew McNamara to our training team. Having enjoyed a highly successful career as a jockey he now moves into the world of racehorse training and Realta are thrilled to have him on-board. Looking back on his career Andy said “I’ve absolutely loved it, growing up I thought[…]
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Realta Horse Racing Club have this week announced two new horses joining our ranks. Our club’s profile has grown to include a horse in training with Katesbridge based dual purpose racehorse trainer Sarah Dawson. The Robin Des Champs filly is a full sister to six times winner Red Square Lady and is from a good[…]
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Founded in November 2013 and approaching the debut run of the second horse to wear our club silks Realta Horse Racing Club are delighted to announce our first sponsor. Based in Downpatrick and offering services spanning surrounding counties McGrady Financial Services Ltd was established over 40 years ago to provide independent financial advice and to[…]