We are delighted to have teamed up with the following partners and sponsors since launching the syndicate in September 2022. If you would like to add your name and logo and website link to the list please get in touch with Andrew here we have different sponsorship opportunities available. Join one of the UKs fastest growing syndicates today and grow your own business.
Racing Welfare: Racing Welfare – Supporting Racing’s Workforce
Racing Welfare is a registered charity supporting the workforce of British horseracing.
We offer professional guidance and practical help to all the racing people – including stud, stable, and racecourse staff, alongside those working in associated professions – whose dedication is vital for the wellbeing of racing. Our work aims to help people, from recruitment to retirement, to thrive in day-to-day life and through a range of life’s challenges.
Racehorse Owners Association: Racehorse Owners AssociationROA
Racehorse owners are at the very heart of our sport, contributing an emotional and financial investment that makes racing possible. We’re here to make ownership more rewarding – raising the collective voice of owners for the good of the sport we love.
We’re working to welcome people of all ages and backgrounds to the owner community, helping more people enjoy the thrill of ownership on race days and beyond.
Our members benefit from front row seats to the action, access to exclusive benefits, hospitality and regular social events.
And we work with stakeholders across the sport – from racecourses to jockeys to bookmakers – making a positive, progressive contribution to the future of racing and to elevate the experience at every level.
Racehorse Syndicates Association: Racehorse Syndicates Association – The Association of Professional Horseracing Syndicates and Clubs
- The Association provides a collective voice to promote the interests of its Members and provide additional benefits to its Membership.
- The Association is run a Management Committee who are elected annually the Members and is recognised the BHA (British Horseracing Authority), ROA (Racehorse Owners Association) and NTF (National Trainers Federation).
- With a growing number of syndicates and clubs owning racehorses, the Association provides an increasingly important role in British Racing.
- Any person or company that runs a professional Racing Syndicate or Club is invited to become a Member. Membership is subject to the acceptance of the Association’s Conditions of Membership and the BHA’s Code of Conduct for Syndicates.
St. Agnes Hotel, Cornwall: St Agnes Hotel Cornwall is a proper Cornish pub offering St Austell ales, home cooked dishes using fresh seasonal local ingredients and individually designed rooms for visitors to the Cornish coast looking for great water sports walking cycling and beaches. The perfect retreat for a family adventure, coastal getaway or a romantic weekend break.
Located in St Agnes village on the stunning North Cornish Coast
The St Agnes Hotel, or the Aggie as it is affectionately known, a place for locals and visitors to mingle. Enjoy Cornish beers & ciders, fresh local seasonal produce and individually designed rooms. Your perfect Cornish retreat. Call 01872 552307 for bookings
Wicked Event Water Services: Wicked Water Events Services – Your partner for events and welfare (wews.biz) Mobile: 07909 771 996 Email: email@example.com
Wicked Event Water Services Limited are the leading provider of temporary water supplies and welfare solutions for large scale events. Winner of the 2017 festival supplier of the year, Wicked Water Services provides quality assured water solutions for large scale events.
Our satisfied long-term clients such as Glastonbury festival, Victorious Festival, The BBC, ITV and Netflix, Wicked Event Water Services supply network inclusive water storage tanks, water pumps, ring mains, and distribution points and connections to facilities including shower, toilets and catering units, providing potable water for all customers.
In addition to our regular clients, during the pandemic we were also involved in two nightingale hospitals and a temporary mortuary in London.