Getting into the winners enclosure has got to be the objective of any Horseracing Syndicate. We’ve done this on numerous occasions and so could you!
We founded High Moor Racing Syndicates in 2005 and we had our very first runner in March 2006 when ‘Attacca’ lined up at Musselburgh. It really couldn’t have started any better as Attacca won to the delight of everyone involved.
We’ve had lots of success every year since and we continue to offer Syndicates to suit all pockets. It really is possible to become involved as an owner without spending a fortune as you can see from our ‘Shares Available’ page.
We would be delighted to welcome you as a new owner, so either give us a call or send us an email and lets continue the success together”.
Our founder Peter Bickley very sadly passed away in May 2018 and everyone at High Moor Racing is committed to maintaining the high standards of service that so characterised Peter.
John Weymes has trained High Moor Racing’s horses since our first runner won at Musselburgh in 2006, including our prolific winners Almaty Express and Dream Ally who notched up 28 victories between them. Having followed his father into training at Ashgill near Leyburn in 1999, John relocated to Howe Hills near Sedgefield in County Durham in 2016. He and his partner and assistant trainer Kirsty are always happy to welcome new syndicate owners to the yard.
Karl is one of the country’s leading trainers who in 2018 has enjoyed his first classic success with the filly Laurens in the French Oaks. From his base at spigot Lodge, Middleham, Karl has sent out hundreds of winners, including the Derby-placed Libertarian and the brilliant sprinting filly Quiet Reflection. His record with two year olds is exceptional. Karl will be training our as yet un-named Canford Cliffs two year old.