Join horse racing enthusiasts, Simon Double and Phil Boyle and their guests from around the racing world as they discuss the experience of owning a share of your own racehorse. Find out about what it is like to become an owner and the different options available to get involved. It need not cost as much as you might think!
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Time To Consider Syndicate Ownership?
Simon and Phil look back at ten episodes of Inside The Rails and look ahead to the next ten with more great guests in the pipeline. With the end of the flat turf season approaching, the guys discuss the Arc, the upcoming autumn sales and the start of the national hunt season highlighting several reasons why now might be a great time to consider joining a syndicate and becoming a racehorse owner.
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National Racehorse week
Special Guest, Sam Bullard, Godolphin’s first-ever and current Director of Stallions at Darley, gives his special insight into the world of breeding.
Simon and Phil discuss National Racehorse Week (Sep 12th – 19th) when the general public gets a wonderful opportunity to see behind the scenes how these beautiful horses are cared for and trained up and down the country.
You can find out more by visiting https://nationalracehorseweek.uk/
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Simon and Phil discuss how they ensure that their horses have a happy retirement when their racing days are done and discuss the King George at Ascot. Stephen Wallis from the Jockey Club joins the guys to chat about how racecourses want to deliver a great experience to syndicate owners and the other work that the Jockey Club does in racing, including why he believes the growth of Epsom Downs as a training centre could be a benefit to the sport.
Royal Ascot Review
“If you want good feedback hire a Jamie”. Simon and Phil are back with some great insights into racehorse ownership and a look back at a brilliant Royal Ascot meeting. They interview Debbie Hay, interim CEO at Take The Reins a not-for-profit organisation giving youngsters and communities a pathway into racing that might not otherwise be available.
Check out their great work at www.takethereins.org.uk or on twitter @_TakeTheReins.
Dream Horse and Winners On The Racecourse
"its a bit like an equine full monty without the nudity"
Phil and Simon have both celebrated winners since the last episode and discuss their racecourse experiences. The guys review the classics and look ahead to the Derby and Oaks before interviewing Euros Lynn, director of Dream Horse, a new film, about the real-life syndicate success story of Dream Alliance who went from an allotment in a Welsh village to winning the Welsh Grand National. Euros takes us behind the scenes of the movie ahead of its release in cinemas in June
Aintree Review And The Flat Season Is Underway
Simon and Phil discuss their highlights from the Grand National meeting and the early classic trials. Leading flat and jumps trainer, Amy Murphy is this month’s guest and provides some interesting insights into the running of her Newmarket stable.