Happy owners

Here at Rae Guest Racing we always aim to give our owners and syndicate members a great experience. Although it's what we aim for, it's not just about winning races. We like to keep owners in touch with their horses - especially now when they can't visit - through regular updates and videos. In 2019, we had monthly events and regular mornings on the galops with Rae to enhance the experience. We hope we can get back to organising them again this year when the pandemic is under control.

Members of the Bucket List Syndicate 2019 shared their experience on Twitter recently saying "Rae Guest Racing were absolutely fantastic in 2019 in Kachumba's syndicate that myself and a couple of others took part in. I've never felt as close to racing as that and the four of us loved it. Was the best experience and Rae, Ross and Lulu were amazing". Really lovely to get this kind of feedback - Thanks Tom.

Christmas Jumpers

Merry Christmas to you all - stay safe!



The songbird sang today

FAUVETTE has been knocking on the door since she arrived being placed in her first three starts with us. Today she got the win only 5 days after getting a second at Newcastle so she may have had a bit more experience but maybe wasn't as fresh as some in the race. Rachel spotted Fauvette at the July Sale this year and Rae bought her for just 4000 gns. The filly has made that (and some) in prize money in her four runs with us. Good shout Rachel!

Our friends the Martins

There was a lovely article in November's edition of the California Thoroughbred Breeder's Association's publication. It features our friends Perry and Denise Martin who owned double winner of Horse of the Year title California Chrome before selling him to Japan to expand his breeding prospects. 

We got to know the Martins when they sent California Chrome to us after winning the Dubai World Cup in 2016 in order to prepare for Royal Ascot. It was a real privilege to have him at Chestnut Tree Stables and to develop a relationship with Perry and Denise.

We are looking forward to having one of Chrome's progeny, a filly out of Berryessa, a mare Rae trained in joint ownership with the Martin's. She will travel over next year accompanied by the Martins.

If you'd like to read the article, please click on this link