Frequently Asked Questions

For many, owning a stake in a racehorse is likely to be a new concept. We want to make investing in a horse a simple, transparent and easy process, allowing you to get on with enjoying the benefits of syndicate membership.

We’ve put together a list of the most common questions our current and prospective members have asked us, as well as some of the key information that you need to know.

If you’re considering making an investment with Hope Eden Racing, we would suggest you take a look through the information below and contact us with any further questions you might have. Our team will be happy to guide you through the investment process.

Q. Who are Hope Eden’s members?

Hope Eden’s membership consists a group of passionate horse racing fans, each with their own individual motivations for taking a stake in one of our horses.

There is no ‘typical’ personality of a Hope Eden member – the only quality which links all of our members is their love for our sport.

Q. How does Hope Eden Racing select its horses?

Our management team works closely with our training team to identify and select animals with the best potential for success.

This is no exact science and success is, of course, never guaranteed. However, we use the experience and knowledge of our trainers to guide selection.

Q. How many shares are there in each horse?

The number of available shares varies from horse to horse. Usually, we would limit the number of stakes available in a horse to no more than ten, but typical numbers may be lower than this.

Q. How much does it cost to purchase a share in a Hope Eden horse?

Again, the cost of shares in our horses varies. Please contact our Sales Director, Ben Percival, to discuss available shares in our horses.

Q. What is included in the cost of the share?

The price of a share covers all expenses including the purchase and training of the horses. This includes vet bills, entry fees, transport etc.