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Thank you for visiting our website. Let me introduce myself. My name is Mark Kilner (the Racing Syndicate Manager) and I have been successfully syndicating racehorses for 10 years now. I think it's only fair to say that I have an outstanding track record in the business, as the 11 horses that I've purchased to date have won 24 races so far and well over £150,000 in prize money between them.

My record makes even better reading when you consider that the horses that I buy are all in the £3000 - £8000 bracket. Furthermore, most of the ones that I've bought so far, have been other trainer's unwanted cast-offs and maidens off the Flat, that have been turned into winners under all codes; on the Flat, on the a/w, over hurdles and fences !

It all started when Micky Hammond acquired our very first horse for only 6,250 guineas. His name was Outset and he since went on to become one of the most successful horses in Micky's Middleham yard. Outset first won at Edinburgh in January 1994 and has since won another 4 races over hurdles and been placed 12 times from only 22 runs. Outset's wins have included when winning at The Scottish National Meeting at Ayr in 1994 as 5/2 favourite; and landing a nice touch for my syndicate members by winning The Oddbins Handicap Hurdle at the Aintree Grand National Meeting at 7/1 in 1996.

Placed again at The Aintree Festival in 1997, his two best runs over hurdles were arguably when placed twice in the £40,000 added Class A Tote Sandown Handicap Hurdle. He finished a cracking 3rd place (16/1 and £4500 in prize money) behind Tullymurry Toff and Yahmi in 1997. He then went one better in 1998, when finishing a close 2nd at 10/1 to Buckhouse Boy, this time picking up £9000 in prize money. In 1999 he finished a great 2nd at 14 / 1 to Khayrawani at the Aintree Festival, picking up over £4,000.00 in prize money for his syndicate members.

He also proved a revelation on the Flat in late 1997 and early 1998 by easily winning at Redcar at 33/1 (supported at Tote odds of 50/1 by syndicate members) and then landing the richest ever Flat race staged at Musselburgh at the astonishingly generous price of 11/1 ! He then went onto win his third Flat race on the bounce on March 3lst 1998 at Newcastle, absolutely bolting up easily as 3/1 favourite.

Our second acquisition was a horse called Up In Flames, who also landed all of his syndicate members a couple of nice little touches when winning at Haydock easily by 4 lengths at an SP of l0/1 (backed by all of my syndicate members at 16/1, an early price that was freely available with "The Big Three Bookmakers" all day up to first show). He then went on to win a £20,000 race at the Epsom Derby Meeting in 1995, ridden that day by Willie Carson. This great win at 6/1 gave all of the members of the syndicate in attendance their "15 minutes of fame", as we were interviewed live on CH4 by Brough Scott. Although not the force of old, he is still proving to be a good little fun horse for his syndicate, having been placed many times and been the winner of three races since at Nottingham (12/1), Wolverhampton (10/1) and Southwell (7/1).

So far then, every horse but one that I've bought off another trainer has won and furthermore, my syndicates are best known for their long-standing association with each horse. In total, the eleven individual horses bought have now run under 19 separate syndicate agreements (where the overwhelming majority of members have wanted to keep the horse under my management). And of all these syndications only 5 out of the 19 formed are not (yet) winning syndicates.

And although naturally we've had our moments of bad fortune over the last few years, we've been lucky enough to have winners at three major horse racing festivals, namely at the Epsom Derby, Aintree Grand National and Scottish National meetings, something which no other syndication company has ever achieved ! Personally though, I feel that you make most of your own luck in this game; however, I must give a lot of the credit to Anthony Bromley of The BBA, who has bought most of the horses that I've syndicated.



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