Black Sam’s Silver
The following costs include a 20% discount available until Monday, 30 September 2019
Each 5% Ownership Share is available for £4,265 followed by 11 monthly payments of £112.80 for Training/UK Racing Fees
The cost of purchasing ownership includes sales & agent’s commission and all keep/veterinary fees/training/transport until 31 August 2019. The cost of purchasing ownership is only payable once (upon joining the syndicate) and in accordance with our terms will entitle you to a share of prize money and any future sale proceeds.
The Training/UK racing fees cover the period from 1 September 2019 to the end of the initial syndicate term and can be paid monthly (as above) or you can make a full payment of £1,195 (due with application).
Training costs include training, farrier, veterinary fees, transport & UK Racing Costs*, owners’ /entry badge*, no additional payment will be required. The syndicate has an initial term until 30 September 2020. *Terms and conditions apply.
Our first National Hunt horse Benny’s Bridge with Fergal O’Brien has been terrific fun, finishing third in the 2018 Goffs UK £50,000 Spring Sales Bumper and winning a competitive and valuable handicap hurdle at Cheltenham in 2019. And this gelding’s trainer believes that we may have struck gold once again with Black Sam’s Silver, a very athletic 4yo with good breeding, conformation and a great outlook who has shown in his workouts that he could be an even better racing proposition.
This gelding is by the high-class National Hunt stallion Black Sam Bellamy, the sire of many top-class horses including Gr.1 Long Walk Hurdle winner Sam Spinner and Gr.2 Cotswold Chase and Cheltenham Gold Cup-placed The Giant Bolster. Although she only ran once, his dam Sylvan Wings was highly-regarded and ran a most encouraging race in a National Hunt Flat race at Cheltenham. This is a very strong NH family and the dam is a half-sister to six winners including the classy hurdlers and chasers Captain Khedive and Crack On. Our gelding is the first surviving progeny of racing age from the mare and he looks a really high-class racing prospect.
UPDATE: Fergal O’Brien thinks a tremendous amount of Black Sam’s Silver and he says that he wouldn’t swap him. He has had a racecourse gallop and a piece of work on the Lambourn gallops, showing a great deal of ability each time. Fergal had been planning to win a National Hunt Flat race with him at the end of the 2018/19 season but he is a proper National Hunt horse that he was simply not prepared to risk on fast ground. Following his spring break, Fergal will be eyeing up some big bumper races with this strapping gelding from this autumn and he believes that he is going to be a serious racehorse and ultimately a very classy chaser.
We organise regular visit to see our horses in training, but with Fergal O’Brien there is the added benefit that you can visit your horse most Saturday mornings, which gets you even more involved as an owner.
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