RACEHORSE ownership in Cheshire is no longer exclusively for the rich and famous.
Deva Racing, based at football star Michael Owen’s Manor House Stables in Tattenhall, has released shares in a two-year-old colt by winning sprinter Iron Mask.
Owners will benefit from regular stable visits and free racecourse owner’s badges – and share in any prize-money.
A one-twelfth share costs £1,899 with monthly training fees fixed at £225 and shareholders will also be responsible for giving the horse a name.
Mike Foster, racing manager with Deva Racing, said: “This colt is progressing very nicely and I would not be surprised to see him out early in the turf season.
“This son of Iron Mask will be ideal for owners who are looking to experience the thrill of ownership in 2008.”
This is a great opportunity for experienced owners or anyone interested in experiencing racehorse ownership for the first time.
The horse will be trained by successful trainer Nicky Vaughan.
For further information or to arrange a stable visit ring Mike Foster on 07515 772696, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.devaracing.com.