Highclere is leading the industry in putting together groups of people to share in the excitement and thrill of owning top quality racehorses, as well as offering sole ownership opportunities. By grouping racehorse ownership together, its clients can experience owning a racehorse, without some of the high costs that can be involved with the sole ownership of a horse in training.
With a proven track record since their inception in 1992, Highclere has been able to enjoy some notable success on the big stage with one of its largest highlights coming in 2005 with Motivator winning the Epsom Derby.
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Highclere have a number of horses already in training in Newmarket with trainers William Haggas, Sir Michael Stoute, John Gosden, Hugo Palmer, Roger Varian, Michael Bell, Simon Crisford and Charlie Fellowes, all tasked with preparing horses at horseracing’s headquarters for Highclere owners.
As a member of Highclere’s syndicates, you will enjoy a number of benefits including visits behind the scenes to see your horses, the opportunity to attend the annual Yearling Parades at Highclere Stud in the grounds of Highclere Castle, and regular updates to keep you informed of the progress of your horses.
Highclere, established in 1992 by Harry Herbert and John Warren, two industry leaders in the world of racing and bloodstock, has an outstanding team in place who are dedicated to looking after their owners.
Harry Herbert started his career in the thoroughbred industry in the United States in 1982 before returning to the UK and setting up his own thoroughbred management company. He is also a director at Newbury Racecourse, a Racing Consultant for Cartier, Member of the Jockey Club and Racing Advisor to Al Shaqab Racing.
John Warren is responsible for buying the yearlings for Highclere and has proven success in identifying talent having already been responsible for a number of Group 1 winners. He is also the bloodstock advisor to Her Majesty The Queen and advises breeders such as Dukes of Roxburghe and Devonshire, Bill Gredley and Newsells Park Stud as well as being a Member of The Jockey Club.
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