As one National Hunt season came to a close a new one began. As we look back on what has been a fantastic year of jumps racing Realta Horse Racing Club have our eyes firmly fixed on the new season to come as we embark on our debut year as a club. Based in Belfast and with members nationwide Realta Horse Racing Club aim to become one of Ireland’s and the UK’s leading horse racing syndicates offering members the opportunity to share-own a National Hunt racehorse and experience all the thrills and spills of watching it competing under National Hunt rules.
Realta Horse Racing Club bring all the fun and excitement of owning a thoroughbred at a fraction of the cost of full racehorse ownership. Realta’s first horse, a Presenting filly from the family of Fredcoteri, the prestigious Grade 1 Irish Champion Hurdle and two-time Irish Sweeps Hurdle winner is to be named Danielle’s Journey with five percent of the filly’s season-end winnings going to The Brain Tumor Charity – The Danielle McGriskin Fund.
Realta’s first horse and future horses are to be trained by National Hunt trainer Stuart Crawford who enjoyed success with the mare Hidden Horizons in the 2014 Toals Bookmakers Ulster Grand National training from his base on the picturesque Antrim Coast at Newlands Farm outside Larne. Spokesperson for the club, Thomas Curran described the club as “a fantastic ownership opportunity, a chance to be a part of a growing racehorse syndicate who have ambitious plans for the future and who plan to experience the exhilarating feeling of watching our horses come first past the post”.
Realta Horse Racing Club can offer you the chance to see the progression of your horse from the training gallops to the parade ring and from the starters flag into the winners enclosure. To enquire about owning a share in future horses the club can be reached through their website www.realtahorseracing.com, through their presence on Social Media platforms such as Twitter and Facebook and directly by telephone on 07513793957.