You are set to enjoy the "Sport of Kings" as a Racehorse owner, joining the ranks of Arab Sheikhs and The Queen.
You'll receive your exclusive Owners Badge for entry to the Owners & Trainers bar and entrance to the prestigious Parade Ring to meet the Jockey and Trainer before your horse races.
We can promise the adrenaline will be racing as fast around your body as your horse will be around the course. With a bit of luck you will end up in the winners enclosure.
- 14:00 Arrive at Racecourse Park in the Owners/Trainers Car Park
- Pick up your exclusive Owners badge at the Owners entrance
- Make your way to the Owners & Trainers bar
- Meet the manager
- When its time for your horse to race head into the Parade Ring, meet the jockey and go through the final race tactics
- The rest is down to the horse and jockey - good luck!
Guests with entrance into special enclosures are often required to dress smartly. Gentlemen are particularly advised to wear a jacket and tie.
Meet Your Racehorse
Being a racehorse owner requires a certain amount of flexibility. You will be advised of the forthcoming planned races for your horse and the declaration process confirming your horse to run. Your horse may run anywhere in the UK, however it is likely to be at a Racecourse between the Midlands and the South Coast.
From the provisional race plan that Racehorse Ownership Manager will provide, an entry will be made 5 days prior to the race date, followed by a declaration 24 hours before the horse is due to run. Between these dates the following may effect whether the horse actually runs; Ground going e.g. to firm, out of the handicap e.g. to high/low a weight to carry; jockey change or injury to the horse. At the declaration stage your horse may be balloted out if the race has too many horses entered to run.
If a race is abandoned or the horse is not declared to run, we will arrange another meeting.
A day at the Races as an Owner - most afternoon meetings start from either 14:00 - 18:00 or evening meetings from 17:00 - 21:00.
Minimum age 16, if you are under 18 you will not be allowed to gamble.
What to Bring and Dress Code
Almost all racecourses require a smart dress code. Gentlemen are particularly advised to wear a jacket and tie. It is suggested that you dress for all weathers, remember it can often be colder in the early morning. Bring your voucher and hardy footwear can also be useful.
Guest passes are available and required to be pre-purchased by calling +44 (0) 2392 681 415.
This experience is almost every weekend in the year available.
The Racecourse varies (you will be told about the meetings every week your horse is racing, but the horse you will own is likely to race in a racecourse in the South of England - possible racecourses could be Ascot, Sandown Park, Brighton, Goodwood, Lingfield Park, Epsom, Salisbury, etc.).
What you will recieve
Our instantly recognisable and stylish gift voucher presentation box can be personalised with the recipient's name and special message to them. Please use the comments box during checkout to give us these details. The box contains a 1GB USB stick that brings to life the World of the experience hunter and full details of how the experience can be booked.