Welcome all, to a partnership made in horse racing heaven.
I’ve touched on it before, but I’ll go into more detail here.
I own shares in numerous racehorses, all with a trainer called Michael Attwater, based from Epsom, just yards from the prestigious Epsom Downs Racecourse.
I’ve known Mick for a few years now, and I really wouldn’t have my horses anywhere else. Ex jump jockey Mick, is a down to earth, straight talking trainer, who specialises in sprinters.
One of his biggest owners, are the syndicate Dare To Dream Racing. I have 3 horses with Dare To Dream, and again I wouldn’t choose anyone else.
Dare To Dream have been around for 2 years now, and are steadily becoming one of the bigger horse racing syndicates. Ran by Will, Ian and Ben, the syndicate started off as a bit of fun for the lads, and as the winners started rolling in, more and more people wanted in. 1 horse turned to 5, 5 turned to 10, and now they have a total of 17 racehorses in training.
Where do Undrafted come into it?
I already know the guys at Dare To Dream, and it seems natural to link up and create a partnership.
We will create weekly blogs, updating everyone on the horses in training, with both syndicate members, and Undrafted readers being able to feel more involved in Horse Racing.
We’ll also aim to bring you a few vlogs from the days at the racetrack, and yard, to keep you up to speed, and keep up the content level.
We will also be doing Q&A’s with insiders from the world of Horse Racing, including owners, trainers, and jockeys.
Together we can show the insights of racehorse ownership, and the journey a horse takes throughout its career.
When, what, and where?
Every Monday, at 10am, we will drop the weekly update.
This will include all runners for Dare To Dream over the 7 days, and a small write up on their chances.
We will be creating a brand new ‘Horse Racing’ tab on our website, to host both this series of blogs, and also any other related content we put out.
Weekly updates will begin Monday 12th April @ 10am!
All links to Dare To Dream’s social media are below! Be sure to follow the progression of the horses over the upcoming flat season!