Crowd Racing take’s a look at the Biggest Races in Scotland, if you think we have missed one of your favourites then please let us know! Horse racing in Britain is in rude health, with major meetings and big race days consistently drawing huge crowds. Much of that success is unquestionably down to the quality of equine action on show, with a huge number of prestigious and notable races being held all around the country, all through the year. A good number of those big races are held in Scotland, […]Read More
In the second part of our Crowd Racing Flashback series, we go back 10 months to February. Born To Finish, Crowd Racing’s multiple race winning sprinter, notched up yet another success at Kempton Park on the 17th February 2018, thanks largely to a blistering turn of foot delivered in the final furlong. Turning out just a week after a good second place finish at Lingfield Park, Born To Finish took on nine rivals over six furlongs in a class five handicap at Kempton. Raised a pound for that close second […]Read More
The December Tipping Competition is now underway, and is the 3rd competition in the run. Totally free to enter, the competition is fun and easy to take part. Each month, a series of groups are published and entrants choose from name from each group, giving the entrant a “team”. Every winner, either trained or ridden by a member of their team on the designated days is worth one point, and the highest scoring teams proceed from one round to the next. After the first round, the competition splits into the […]Read More
THE FINAL RESULTS Congratulations to Diane Farmer for winning the main competition for November, and also well done to Barry Andrews who won the consolation league. Diane wins £250 in Crowd Racing vouchers and Barry earned £150 worth. Our Tipping Competitions, are totally free to enter and run throughout the whole month with various phases and luck playing a massive part in the process. Where there is good luck, you will always find bad luck. And Aidan Malia and David Coleman both finished the month on 42 winners but […]Read More
Sandown Racecourse is a wonderful venue with World Class facilities, and always has a great standard of racing to watch. It is an outstanding arena for a day’s racing. Crowd Racing are delighted to have secured a Private Box for the meeting on the 5th January 2019, exclusively for our members. Numbers are strictly restricted and tickets will cost £140 each; First come – First booked! In addition to the use of the Private Box for the day, you ticket also includes; PRIVATE BALCONY PREMIER FORK BUFFET REFRESHMENTS CHAMPAGNE RECEPTION […]Read More
We are delighted to launch THE TARTAN CROWD which aims to train horses to compete at the Scottish Grand National and Queen’s Cup at Musselburgh. The Crowd Racing Tartan Crowd will provide members with exclusive ownership opportunities including stable visits, a share of prize money earned by the horses, social events at Perth Racecourse, and the opportunity to access owners’ and trainers’ facilities when the horses are in action. Craig McKenna, managing partner at Crowd Racing, said: ‘Scottish horse racing has a deep and proud history, and Crowd Racing is […]Read More
There will be more than just 9 Reasons to Own a Racehorse, the list is possibly endless but we wanted to focus on the 9 reasons that were most important to our owners. Crowd Racing has over 300 active owners involved in our racehorses, and we asked them why they got involved. We have taken the top 9 reasons to Own a Racehorse and will dig into them a little here. Share of Prize Money It is never recommended that anyone gets involved in racehorse ownership just for […]Read More
BEGINNERS GUIDE TO RACEHORSE VOCABULARY If you’re a fan of horse racing but aren’t sure if you really know your Swinley Bottom from your elbow, this post is designed to help you start getting up to speed. Racing is a sport with a rich and sometimes confusing lexicon, but what’s most important to get to grips with first is how any given racehorse may be described. On a race-card or elsewhere, horses are most commonly described using their age, colouring and other key descriptors. Let’s dig into the main terminology […]Read More
The Detainee wins again! 1st AUGUST 2017 / 2.15 YARMOUTH Crowd Racing’s five year old gelding The Detainee took advantage of a relatively lowly flat racing rating, to record a gritty and determined victory at Yarmouth on the 1st August 2017. The Detainee went to Yarmouth on the back of a win at Chepstow on its first run out for trainer Neil Mulholland. Mulholland pitched the Detainee into a class six handicap at the Norfolk track over a distance of 11 and a half furlongs, and it was Trevor Whelan who […]Read More
Ziva Prunk is a new addition to the Crowd Racing community. Ziva is a successful young trainer from Slovenia, and will be training the 2yr old filly x Dunaden that we have in training in partnership with Star Kingdom Racing. You can read more about the options available in the Dunaden Crowd by clicking here Her biggest successes include the Hungarian Oaks, the European Jockey Cup Million sprint in 2016 with Pretorian in Prague and a close second with the same horse in the Group 3 Premio Tudini in Rome earlier […]Read More
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Crowd Racing is one of the UK’s most innovative Racehorse Ownership and Experience companies.
We offer ownership shares in racehorses and racehorse ownership experiences in the UK and Europe, via our "Crowds". By joining a Crowd, you will become a registered owner of that racehorse for a fixed period of time, for a fixed cost. At the end of the period, you will get to vote on whether we keep the horse(s) but will never be committed to remaining as part of that Crowd irrespective of the vote result.
Crowd Racing offers various ownership packages on a transparent, one-off cost basis with no hidden charges.
Depending on the level of package purchased, share owners received a variety of racehorse owner benefits; All owners are entitled to their pro-rata share of prize-money and re-sale of the horse at the end of the defined period.
We also offer a totally free to join Racing Club, The Crowd Racing Club.
Crowd Racing exists to make racehorse ownership accessible, informative, exhilarating, social and above all;
A whole lot of fun!
We have well over 300 owners involved in Crowd Racing, and many of them are involved in multiple horses. Our customers retention levels are above 90%, so we know we are doing a lot right, but we are constantly looking to improve.
We embrace new technology to find better and more innovative ways to communicate and deliver better for our owners, and we thrive on listening to the feedback of those that matter the most;
Our Customers - Our Owners. The Crowd.
While we will always strive to buy racehorses for our owners which will win races and increase in value, the costs involved in training and running a racehorse plus the relatively low levels of prize money in the UK, make showing an upside on the initial investment made by owners very difficult and somewhat rare.
Shares bought in horses via Crowd Racing, should always be viewed as a social investment with no expectation of any financial upside. We can guarantee you will love being involved and have some wonderful experiences but we cannot guarantee you will make money.
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