Each 5% Ownership Share is available for £2,845 followed by 10 monthly payments of £150 for Training/UK Racing Fees
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 February 2019 to 31 October 2019 and can be paid monthly (as above, first payment due January 2019), or you can make a payment of £1,450 (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 the end of the 2019 Flat turf season. *Terms and conditions apply.
Thursday, 28 March, start time to be confirmed
Manton House Estate,
Marlborough, Wiltshire, SN8 1PN
Join us at the impressive Manton stables of Brian Meehan for a morning on what are arguably the best gallops in the country. You will see the promising Dark Glory in the stables and then out at exercise. Please click here to book your place.
This superb-looking colt is a quality individual with great presence and it’s a tremendous opportunity to get involved in a horse with proven ability who will be ready to run early in the season.
Dark Glory is a son of Alhebayeb, a Group 2-winning juvenile trained by Richard Hannon and owned by Hamdan Al Maktoum. His dam Glyndebourne is a daughter of the top stallion Rahy, the sire of Fantastic Light, Hawksley Hill and Noverre. Glyndebourne is the dam of the impressive debut maiden seven-furlong maiden Casimiro (trained by Roger Charlton), who was officially rated 89 and achieved a peak Racing Post rating of 94. Glyndebourne is a half-sister to the Listed winner and Group 2-placed Portrayal from a family that boasts a huge number of Group race winners.
This colt has shown plenty of ability in his work, Brian Meehan likes him a great deal and believes he is capable of winning plenty of races. He made his debut in a very hot 7f maiden at Ffos Las on 5 September, showing plenty of pace before running green and getting tired in the closing stages. After another solid run in an extremely hot maiden at Newmarket, he finished an excellent third of 11 runners in a competitive novice stakes over 1m at Brighton 18 October on his latest appearance. He showed plenty of pace once again and kept on very well to the line. He now has what his trainer considers a very fair handicap rating of 69 and Brian Meehan is very much looking forward to plenty of wins from this progressive youngster. He has since enjoyed a winter break, during which he has grown and strengthened, and Dark Glory should be ready to run early in this year’s 2019 turf Flat season.
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