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MrIsaac Posted on 05/12/2018 23:16
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Some of you will recall that a few months ago, we started a thread on here, asking if anyone would be interested in becoming part of a new, 20 person syndicate and put a horse in training with a bit of a Boro theme.

A few months later, Riverside Racing Syndicate has been created and will sport the Boro colours of red with a white chest band, and has a yearling filly in training with Kevin Ryan called Lady Erimus.

We are really looking forward to next flat season and hopefully see the Boro colours in the winners enclosure at one of our local tracks.
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JJHJHonthewing Posted on 05/12/2018 23:24

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Keep us updated
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Nosmo-King Posted on 05/12/2018 23:59

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Good luck with this, presume you got the number needed? If not how much does it cost?

What's the breeding of the horse?
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TheFair86 Posted on 06/12/2018 00:23

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Surely expo put a cool mil into this
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BandH Posted on 06/12/2018 05:23

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Cheers for all the work you have put into this mate.
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bombero Posted on 06/12/2018 07:13

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Nobby_Barnes Posted on 06/12/2018 07:20

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Good luck to you all although I fear it could be an expensive hobby.As long as you are prepared for this then its happy days [^]

If you wanna see what a long losing streak looks like just Google my username [:D]
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scally Posted on 06/12/2018 08:52

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Good luck [^]
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coluka Posted on 06/12/2018 09:44

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Good luck to you all with this. I am sure you will all have great fun and hopefully win a few bob back to boot.

Has she been provisionally entered for the Oaks [;)]
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mexicanman Posted on 06/12/2018 13:14

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Good luck to you all.
I have had various horses over the years and experienced the highs and lows but what a great memories i have.
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MrIsaac Posted on 06/12/2018 13:17

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Yes Nosmo, we do have the required number of 20 people in the syndicate.

Coluka, the Oaks is not on the agenda as she is bred to a speedy 5f/6f sire so the Queen Mary/Cheveley Park double is the target. 😃
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borobuddah Posted on 06/12/2018 13:22
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Sheís only a bairn yet, give her a chance!
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coluka Posted on 06/12/2018 13:32

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Well Mr Isaac, I hope she proves as good as Queens Logic was back in her day [^]
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The_Right_Honourable_Member Posted on 06/12/2018 15:19

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Fantastic, well done Mr Isaac [^]

Bringing people together is a great thing and I'm sure the syndicate will experience plenty of fun, interaction, excitement and hope. I'm sure it will be well followed on here as well.
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MrIsaac Posted on 06/12/2018 19:04
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Yes Coluka, that would be very nice indeed. The odds are stacked against us on that score but we have to dream.

TRHM, thanks a lot, itís been hard work to get it off the ground, but now itís out of my hands, and in the hands and hooves of the trainer and horse.

Whatever happens, we should have some fun.
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borobuddah Posted on 06/12/2018 19:44

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Iíve learned a lot already 😎
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Free_Subbuteo_171 Posted on 06/12/2018 20:36

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Great stuff. Look forward to seeing her run. [^]
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BessemerConvertor Posted on 06/12/2018 20:52
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Many thanks to Mr Isaac, he has done a fantastic job and expended a substantial amount of his own time in bringing the syndicate together; getting a lease on a sharp looking yearling filly with a more than respectable pedigree; and navigating through the BHA's requirements to establish Riverside Racing as owner.

For pedigree buffs Lady Erimus is from the first crop of Due Diligence out of Orapids.

Coolmore bought Due Diligence for $190,000 as a yearling, he was an 8 length winner on his debut as a 2yo over 5.5 furlongs in the USA and was fourth in an 8.5 furlong Group 3 (which over-stretched his stamina) on his only other 2yo start. He was then transferred to A P OíBrien who campaigned him in sprints as a 3 & 4 year old producing a career best effort of second to Slade Power in the 6 furlong Group 1 Diamond Jubilee Stakes at Royal Ascot. He is by War Front who on the basis of his first few crops looks like being a stellar sire and potential ďsire of sires.Ē His stud fee is now $250,000.

Orapids is an un-raced half sister to Blazing Speed a Group 1 winner in Hong Kong who amassed more than £4 million in prize money. Her unraced half-sister Lady Bones has produced Laganore a multiple winner including a UK Listed race; an Irish Group 3; and Italian Group 1. Two Sires, Spartacus & Johan Cruyff, figure a little further back in the family's pedigree.

As we all know, nothing is certain racing but the members of RR have a realistic chance of a little bit of success with a well-related filly in the hands of a leading trainer. Fingers crossed.


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MrIsaac Posted on 06/12/2018 21:48

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Thanks for that BC, itís a perfect summary of the fillies family.

What I also like, is that the trainer has been extremely well supported during the recent yearling sales, meaning Lady Erimus will be working on a day to day basis, with some extremely well bred and expensive stable mates, which can only be a good thing.
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PRIORYMAN Posted on 06/12/2018 22:17

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Well done Mr Issaac. [^]

Good luck to you and all the syndicate members.
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American_Mary Posted on 06/12/2018 22:43

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Mr Isaac has done a wonderful job of pulling all this together, if Lady Erimus proves to be a fraction of the racehorse that Mr I is organiser then sheíll be a winner.
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coluka Posted on 06/12/2018 23:31

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A_M [^] claps loudly applause applause

I am gutted that due to personal commitments i could not join another 18 months and I could have, hey ho.

But genuinely i want you all to succeed so very much, the choice of trainer is excellent, especially for a sprinter too.

As an aside, to add coinage to the group but without the benefits could there be a day to meet the horse and trainer like on a stable open day and for a fee an opportunity for non members jjust to meet up with members, the horse and trainer. I say a fee should be charged for this privilige. I would happily come to such an event. Maybe also include a get together at a racecourse when Lady Erimus is running as supporters outside the ring

Loving this so much more than watching a TP trained Boro at present [:I]
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American_Mary Posted on 07/12/2018 07:55
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Obviously itís not my call and Iím not sure how easy it would be to set up but Iím more than happy for others to get involved in this in anyway possible, maybe thereíd be an interest in a wider FMTTM Racing Club that could be set up with stable visits, race trips, preview nights etc.

Iím hoping to be back in the area in May/June time on a more permanent basis and would happily get involved in helping organise and run such a venture.

If the club happens any tie ins or joint ventures with the syndicate and Lady Erimus would be up to Mr I and the other 18 members, hopefully thereíd be some crossover and as many as possible could enjoy being involved in the journey.
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MrIsaac Posted on 07/12/2018 18:37

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A Racing Club and a Racing Syndicate are two distinctly different types of ownership and involve distinctly differing amounts of monthly investment.

We have set up a Racing Syndicate of 20 members which is the maximum number we would work with, where each member has 5% stake in the Syndicate funds and is listed individually on a list sent through to the BHA, although only one member is required to be registered as the Syndicate manager and has to be registered as an individual owner, as he/she guarantees any payments the syndicate is liable to pay.

A Racing Club could have a thousand members and one manager but clearly with that number it will be much harder to receive owners badges and their stake prize money is miniscule. It is more about the involvement at minimal cost with a reward of receiving information about the clubís horses.

You canít really mix the two tbh, as a syndicate member is paying out a fair amount of money but is involved in the horse at a much closer level with a higher return if the syndicate is successful.
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