Ownership


There are a wide range of ownership options available to anyone who would be interested in being part of this young and expanding team. 

At Ed Walker Racing we encourage everyone into our magnificent sport regardless of how much money they have to spend. Owning a part or a share of a racehorse does not have to be expensive as we have a number of syndicates on the go offering shares at a wide range of prices. 

The various different ownership options are:

  • SOLE OWNERSHIP: Only one owner.
  • RACING PARTNERSHIPS: This is a very popular way for people to enjoy all the luxuries involved with racehorse ownership whilst splitting the costs amongst others. It is available for up to 20 people and only 2 of them need to be registered owners, therefore cutting out a lot of the paperwork. It is a fun way to get involved with friends and to also meet new people without footing all the bills. 
  • SYNDICATES: Usually involve more than 20 people and are headed by a syndicate manager. This cuts the costs again and means that people can get involved for very little money but as a result of the large numbers they lose the decision making powers which become the responsibility of the syndicate manager. This is the least expensive form of ownership.
  • LEASING: Is a great way to own a racehorse with out the initial outlay of purchasing or breeding it. There are a lot of very good lease deals to be had and some very well bred fillies which the owners want to keep as broodmares but are willing to give people the privilege of owning a racehorse for its racing career. 
For anymore information on any of these options please do not hesitate to get in touch with us. 

Latest News


19 Sep 2017 | Ben Harrs Two runners today at two different meetings
Today we send out two runners at two different tracks and our first runner of the day comes at Yarmouth.  More»
16 Sep 2017 | Ben Harris Captain Colby bids to retain his Portland crown and Art's Desire runs at Lingfield
This afternoon Captain Colby heads to Doncaster in a bid to retain his crown in the William Hill Portland Handicap, a class two handicap over five and a half furlongs at 13:50.  More»
15 Sep 2017 | Ben Harris Two unraced two year olds make their debuts this afternoon
Today we have two runners as we send out a couple of unraced two year olds to make their racecourse debuts.  More»

Gallery


The string walking home from our Neardown grass gallop.
Stormy enjoying his paddock at Kingsdown!
Stormy Antarctic in his new home at Kingsdown Stables
A rather wintery morning in Upper Lambourn!
2yo's lining up in front of Kingsdown House
Ultimate Avenue on the Cambridge Road polytrack under Deepak Gaikwad.
Bold Prediction under David Phipps on the Cambridge Road polytrack.
Three unraced 2yo's on the Cambridge Road polytrack.
Betty The Thief on the Cambridge Road polytrack.