Racing syndicates are a form of horse racing where individuals or companies purchase a’stake’ in a race, and if they make a profit, then they buy another stake. The concept behind horse racing syndicates is to create wealth through the purchase of stakes from people who want to bet on the horses. The individual or company that bought the first stake now owns the whole horse, with the company holding the’rewards’ or the money each time one of their horses wins. There are many different types of racing syndicates, and some of the most common ones include:
Why does a Racing Syndicate Work?
Racing syndicate ownership has its roots in the very early days of the sport of horse racing, when it was first begun. Owners would pool funds together to buy winning horses, which were usually those that the owner personally knew had a good shot at winning the race. Since winning seemed to be such a certainty back then, there was no need for insurance or bonding on the animals, allowing for much rampant betting on them and, at the same time, allowing the owners to use the horses as they saw fit.
Today, most common forms of racing syndicates work on a similar basis, with many requiring only a minimum prize money payment for entry. The minimum required by most syndicate participants is about five percent of the total prize money wagered on the race. Some require other factors, such as having sponsored runners or needing to have a certain number of tickets to a particular track. Regardless of what type of racing syndicate you join, you will be able to enjoy the thrill of backing a winner by purchasing a stake in a high-quality race.…