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Joining A Horse Racing Syndicate

Realta Horse Racing Club offer professionally run National Hunt horse racing syndicates providing the opportunity to be a shareowner of a well-bred racehorse in training. Realta brings together all the fun, excitement, pitfalls and rewards of the sport of kings at a fraction of the cost of full ownership. Realta have launched our FAST PACE guide to[…]

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Jessie Harrington & Andy Mac Lead Realta

Realta Horse Racing Club go into the 2017/18 season with three horses in training, two with Andy McNamara and one with Jessica Harrington. This year we have our strongest string yet: Ricchezza: (Andy McNamara – Westerner ex Harringay): Ricchezza is from a black type mare who’s first two foals were multiple winners. She is a mare who[…]

The ‘Journey’ Comes To An End For DJ

It week was a sad week for Realta Horse Racing Club as we learned that our mare Danielle’s Journey sustained a career-ending tendon injury to a foreleg. Danielle’s Journey was expected to run over the Christmas period and was in work ready for a run when she was discovered to be lame on the morning[…]

Own A Share Of A Winner

Realta Horse Racing Club’s season got under way at Newcastle Racecourse last week when Danielle’s Journey lined up in the Beginners’ Chase over 2m. Our flagship horse will enter her final season as a racehorse in training trying to replicate her dam Harringay who won in all three forms of National Hunt racing having won a bumper,[…]

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Andrew McNamara To Train For Realta

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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New Horse In Training with SRB Crawford

The fourth horse Realta Horse Racing Club will add to our string with Stuart Crawford is a horse that has been named Adds Up. Stuart himself purchased the gelding at the Goffs Landrover Sale in 2014 after seeing him in the sales ring. Adds Up has a flat pedigree (Ad Valorem ex Headborough Lass) so possesses plenty of speed.[…]