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BHRC attracts new owners to industry

The Bendigo Harness Racing Club has launched a new initiative to attract central Victorians to harness racing ownership.
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Pacers Bendigo is a syndicate formed by the club to race a two-year-old filly trained by experienced Junortoun trainer Gary Donaldson.

Experienced syndicate manager and long-time harness racing owner Alan Prentice has beenappointed to manage the registered syndicate.

The aim is to offer affordable fragmented ownership to people who may nothave thought that racing a share of a harness racing horse was possible.

Shares in the syndicate cost $500 for 12 months.More than 66 per cent of theshares sold have been purchased by first time harness racing owners.

The two-year-old filly has been in work for Donaldson andshe made an appearance atthe track at Lord’s Raceway during the recent Bendigo Cup meeting.

The filly will be named at Thursday night’s Bendigo Harness Racing Club meeting.

Thesyndicate is also investigating the possibility of leasing an older horse fromNew Zealand that may currently be racing.

“You’ll no doubt forgesome fantastic friendships along your journey of racehorse ownership – sharingwins and losses alike at the track and gaining valuable industry insightstogether as an ownership group,” Prentice said.

Anyone who is interested in being part of thePacers Bendigo Syndicate can contactAlan Prentice on 0423 777934.

Thursday night’s BHRC meeting is highlighted by the heats of the Lyn McPherson Memorial Breed for Speed series.

The first of nine races is at 6.30pm.

This story Administrator ready to work first appeared on Nanjing Night Net.