Clive Cox Chris Wall

A long established Newmarket trainer, Chris Wall has capacity for 60 horses, such a number allowing for individualised training variations for every horse. With top level wins in USA, France and Italy in addition to many in England, Chris provides a service across the full range of ratings to owners, many of whom whether single, partnerships or syndicates have been with him for a long time.

Horses with Chris Wall often continue in effective training for more years than most, making him the ideal (and successful) handler for our ICE LORD, now 6 and with every prospect of continuing for a number of years, perhaps improving even further.

Hintlesham winners

HINTLESHAM RACING AND THE MANAGEMENT

Hintlesham Racing was established in 1996 as the Racing Syndicate arm of international manager and consultant David Allan of Allan Bloodlines which has a proud 30 year record of judgement and renowned customer service.  Over 70% winners, more than double the average, come from Allan's sales and breeding selections - many in Hintlesham colours and many being multiple winners at sensible prices.

Titus Alone wins at Royal Ascot At affordable costs, Hintlesham runners serve their patrons well, backed up by excellent communication. David's broad professional involvement in the thoroughbred sport and industry at home and abroad gives participants an ideal opportunity for in-depth involvement and enjoyment.

CO-SELECTION AND PRE-TRAINING

Danni O'Neill of Fawley House Stud in Oxfordshire not far from Lambourn works with David Allan on selection, and all horses are pre-trained at Fawley then rested there as and when appropriate. Fawley House has an extraordinary record having co-selected and/or pre-trained a Derby Winner and many Royal Ascot and other top level winners. All the successful Allan/Hintlesham horses after purchase by Allan Bloodlines have gone through the Fawley Academy including many multiple winners and some black type performers alll bought for reasonable sums.

Danni and her husband Stephen are consummate professionals. Spending time with them and the horses on their beautiful farm gives yet another dimension to Hintlesham Syndicates.

THE CURRENT HORSE(S)

Fixed cost of £312.50 per month per 10% (see Explanation & Rules below) subject to inflationary rise in 2019

(Lower cost during pre-training and resting)

Ice Lord ICE LORD

6 year old grey gelding by Verglas out of Special Lady (Kaldoun)This strong fellow is "a Saturday horse": four times a winner, seven times placed.

A winner at 3, 4, 5 and 6 including special performances at Ascot and Newmarket, with those places spaced out along the way, ICE LORD is extremely popular with his shareholders who look forward to continuing success.

King's Best  NEW YEARLING (2 year old of 2019)

chestnut colt by STARSPANGLEDBANNER out of SNOW SCENE by SINGSPIEL

This son of a Champion Sprinter (Darley July Cup, Gr1, Golden Jubilee Stakes, Gr1 etc) is out of a young winning half sister to 2 x full black typers, with a deep family full of Stakes Winning performances.

£5,264 per 10% share including costs to end November

Thereafter £312 per month per 10% fixed (but lower for October-December)

Shares to be held in 10% or 20% holdings

Pre-training will take place at Fawley House Stud in the tried and tested manner before transferring when appropriate to training with Chris Wall in Newmarket

NEW YEARLING (2 year old of 2019)

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THE NATURE OF THE SYNDICATION

Each horse is available in tranches of 10% - 20%.  A single share may be taken by a group of people provided one spokesperson is appointed. Subscribing shareholders receive confirmation of their status from Hintlesham Racing who also inform the trainers and accountants of each participant's involvement.

Net prize money is credited when received. Communication on all matters is at the heart of syndicate management with regular emailed bulletins and continuous management contact available.

Full details in the downloads below.

Downloads:

Please read Explanation & Rules

 

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