Fancy a horse of your own? Realta Horse Racing Club might be the answer!


Recently formed Realta Horse Racing Club has seen it’s first horse go into training with Stuart Crawford at Newlands Farm. The as yet unnamed Presenting four-year-old filly comes from the same family as two time winner of the Irish Sweeps (Boylesports Hurdle) and Irish Champion Hurdle winner Fredcoteri.
Realta’s first horse is a sister to the exciting Nicky Henderson trained prospect Playhara. The bay is by top National Hunt sire Presenting and is the second produce out of the Sir Harry Lewis mare Harringay, trained by Henrietta Knight, who won a bumper, a chase and whose three wins over timber included the Listed John Smith’s EBF Mares National Hunt Hurdle Final at Newbury.
Registered Agent for the club, Sean Maxwell, said “it was our trainer, Stuart Crawford, who recommended this filly to us. Our horse has been in training since early January and we have some shares available in her as we speak”. When asked about the club Sean stated “We are a professionally run club who will offer days out at local tracks and beyond. We bring entry level racehorse ownership to racing enthusiasts in Northern Ireland. If the horse racing public want to foray into ownership I believe Realta should be their first option considered”.
Realta Horse Racing Club recently had coverage in the equine newspaper The Irish Field and have a good presence on Social Media platforms Facebook and Twitter. According to Sean they “bring all the fun and excitement of owning a thoroughbred racehorse at a fraction of the cost of full ownership”. There are a limited number of shares remaining in the Presenting ex Harringay filly. The club can be reached through their website or called directly on 07513793957 for more information.

Go on its surely worth a call!


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