If you are the Sole owner you are entitled to the entire prize, you can name the horse, create personal silks. you are also responsible for the expenses associated with the horse, i.e. Training fees, transport, farrier and veterinary
A part-owners has the same privileges as a sole owner however you get to share with costs. Why not enjoy the moment with a close friend or family member.
Buying a share in a Syndicate horse can be a cost effective ways to buy a slice of a racehorse, shares can start for as little at $10 a week! Syndicates are made up of 11 to 20 members with a maximum of 20 shares in total. its a great way to meet new people and enjoy all aspects of racing.
Leasing a horse can reduce your buy in costs and can be a cost effective way to get started. A lease will run over a set time period and generally the leasing owners will receive a cut of the prize money.
HRV Registration Forms
- Transfer of Ownership
- Notification of Lease
- Surrender of Lease
- Application of Naming
- Undertaking on behalf of a Minor
- Application to Register a Syndicate
- Application to Register a Group