The Jockey Club Ownership

Cheltenham & South West Syndicate

The Jockey Club Ownership

Cheltenham & South West Syndicate

Launched in October 2016, The Jockey Club Ownership Cheltenham & South West Syndicate enjoyed a very successful first season with nine wins, four places from 21 runs.

The Syndicate features a host of benefits including annual member access to Cheltenham, Exeter, Warwick and Wincanton for two jump racing seasons: 2016/17 and 2017/18. Designed as an introduction to racing ownership the Cheltenham & South West Syndicate is for jump racing fans who share the dream of a Festival winner and have a love of our sport.

Membership should not be seen as an investment; it’s for the fun, excitement and ups and downs of racehorse ownership.

Syndicate Membership includes:

  • Three top trainers in the South West
  • A share in all three horses
  • Full membership benefits of Cheltenham including The Festival™, Exeter, Warwick and Wincanton Racecourses
  • An exclusive facility at The Festival™
  • A share in any of the prize money won by the club's horses
  • An opportunity to follow each of the horses owned by the club
  • Organised stable visits
  • Exclusive updates and newsletters

Our horses and trainers:


6-y-o (17th April 2012) Bay Mare Westerner (GB) – Shang A Lang (IRE) (Commander Collins (IRE)) Trainer – Jonjo O’Neill Timeforwest had previously run in a competitive 4yo mares Maiden Point to Point in Ireland where she finished a very close second.

In 2016 Timeforwest won a Handicap Hurdle at Market Rasen and then went on to win at Taunton and Kempton just a few days later. She recorded 3 wins in just 8 days, a fantastic achievement and an extremely exciting time for the Syndicate.

Click here for Timeforwest’s racing record. 


5-y-o (1st May 2013) Bay Gelding Makfi – Anasazi (IRE) (Sadler's Wells (USA)) Trainer – Warren Greatrex Final Choice was bred by the Queen and had previously run on the flat in the care of Roger Charlton, where he finished in the frame on all of his runs.

After coming second at Warwick in December 2016, Final Choice went on to win at Newbury on New Year’s Eve, giving the Syndicate their first victory.

Click here for Final Choice’s racing record.


6-y-o (6th May 2012) Bay Gelding Kutub (IRE) – Last Hope (IRE) (Jurado (USA)) Trainer – Paul Nicholls Previously trained in Ireland by Gordon Elliott, The Last But One has the making of a good young chaser. He has an exciting pedigree being from a family of chasers, Rocky Creek, Tell Massini and also has Faugheen via the 4th dam on his pedigree page.

The Last But One will progressed to chasing in 2018 and has won 3 times of five in 2018.

Click here for The Last But One’s racing record.

Please contact Alice Linley for more information or register your interest for Syndicate membership by either emailing or calling Alice on 01242 537732.


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