Duncan Alexander Tribute
Horses and Shares for Sale - Gary Alexander Racing Stables
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GARY ALEXANDER RACING SYNDICATES
We have just launched our new syndicate.
Why not try your hand in racehorse ownership? Racing syndicates are the way to go! A once off capital outlay and affordable monthly costs. More horses more fun!
This syndicate comprises of two unraced horses, Prospector a 3yr old colt by Traffic Guard out of a Rambo Dancer mare. Prospector is in full work and will start racing within the next few months; he shows us good potential. The unnamed 2yr old Philanthropist filly is from a family of champions, her grand dam is the half-sister to Captain Al.
The syndicate comprises of ten shares of ten percent only.
A once off payment of R 30 000(ex-Vat) per 10% share, this amount includes all costs up until keep up to 31August 2019.
Or alternatively you can opt to pay an all-in fee of R 50 000(ex-Vat)per 10% share, this will include all training costs up until the 31 August 2020. Excludes veterinary expenses.
This amount will also include the following:-
The R 30 000-00 amount will exclude the following:-
Ration My Passion(NZ) unexpectedly won over 1500m at the Vaal on 22 August 2019, a trip much too short for her. She has strengthened up and should continue to improve and could go on from here. Once again, a top ride from apprentice Denis Schwarz, he controlled the pace and kept her going to the line. Congratulations to owners Messrs J & L Wernars & Mrs T Wernars. Ration My Passion(NZ) was bred by Sir Patrick & Lady Hogan.
Leading apprentice Denis Schwarz rode a confident race aboard Duke of Swing over 1400m at Turffontein on 20 August 2019. He led soon after the start and went from pillar to post to win easily by two- & three-quarter lengths at the line. Duke of Swing is progressive, and he should have more wins in him. Congratulations to the owners; Bruce & Jo Gardner, Greg Sadie, Darren Simpson & Gary Alexander Racing Stables cc. Duke of Swing was bred by Drakenstein Stud.
Mount Laurel produced a powerful finish under a good ride from Denis Schwarz, in her debut run to get up on the line over 1000m at Turffontein on 17 August 2019. It was a surprise win over the sprint, as she is bred to go further. She should improve with racing and could pay to follow. Mount Laurel was bred by Wilgebosdrift & Mauritzfontein Stud!