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ENIGMA Racing

ENIGMA syndicates are the perfect way to taste the thrill of high end racehorse ownership.


We offer the most affordable way possible to shoot at owning horses of Listed or Group calibre.


In just 6 seasons, we have won 10 pattern races up to Group 1 level and have been placed in 2nd in the St Leger.


Yet most of our shares cost £250 or less.

Trainers

Flat: Richard Hannon, Richard Fahey, Mark Johnston, Sir Mark Prescott, David O'Meara, Roger Charlton, Marco Botti, Kevin Ryan, Karl Burke, Robert Cowell, Keith Dalgleish, Tom Dascombe, Martyn Meade, David Lanigan, Archie Watson and Roger Fell.


National Hunt: Nicky Henderson, Paul Nicholls, Gordon Elliott and Alan King.

"Real ownership, with prize money, yard visits and badges to go racing..."

How it works

ENIGMA Racing brings together people interested in splitting the cost of buying a racehorse share.


Typically, we purchase 2.5% to 15%, split between 12 to 20 people.

Shooting for big prizes

By pooling our money we dramatically reduce the cost of getting involved.


While our combined spending power greatly increases the quality of horse we can afford to buy.


With our system anyone can aspire to own an exciting horse; with yard visits, badges, sale proceeds and prize money.

The bloodstock

The horses we buy into typically cost from £30,000 to £125,000 at auction.


All shares are purchased and split in partnership with some of the UK's most successful racehorse syndicators.

2018 Group 3 winner, Little Kim
2018 Group 3 winner, Little Kim

Outstanding success

Won the Premio del Jockey Club, Group 1 and 9 other Listed / Group races


Placed 2nd in the St Leger and placed in 10 other Listed / Group races


Placed 2nd in the Ebor, 3rd in Northumberland Plate and won 7 Class 2 handicaps / conditions stakes


Our first runner at the Festival was 3rd in the Kim Muir


We now manage over 40 syndicates

Hail And Pace, Frankel x Gale Force
Oct 18, Enigma take 7% of the the first Frankel filly ever syndicated (130,000 GNS)

Faq's

Q: Is there a monthly payment for training fees? No. The share price includes all the initial training fees - we just top up the kitty once per year, which usually costs between £80 and £110 per share.


Q: Can I visit the yard? You are invited to attend regular visits and gallop mornings. We visit most yards around 4 times a year. These tend to be very social occasions!


Q: How do I apply for an Owners' & Trainers' badge to go racing? You just email for badges. Some badges will be free, others are paid for on collection at cost price. For really big meetings, we simply run a ballot for those we can obtain.

How to purchase

Shares are advertised exclusively to members of the ENIGMA Forum - our specialist online horse racing community.


Membership is £79.99 per year by direct debit, or £84.99 by card.


New syndicates form all the time - simply become an ENIGMA member to have the pick of new arrivals.

ENIGMA membership

"A very big thank you for the open morning at Richard Hannon's ...this was our first experience with Enigma and to say it was a big success would be an understatement..."

"...to get these results is some accomplishment. My grateful thanks from a nobody in Devon, because all my impossible teenage dreams are now being realised."

"I thought the Hamdan runners would swallow him up and then he just accelerated and stretched away. This Enigma Racing lark, just gets better and better...."

Group 1 winner Ventura Storm far side
Group 1 winner Ventura Storm far side
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Syndicate news

25.11.18 | Enigma buy a stake in talented French chaser Dogon. Aimed at the Fred Winter, he's our first horse with Paul Nicholls

23.11.18 | Saryshagann brings up our 125th winner with a 14/1 romp at Kempton - the imposing French grey will make a superb hurdler in time

07.10.18 | Boitron a fine 4th in the Group 1 Jean Luc Lagardere at Longchamp on Arc day. A very exciting 3yo prospect, he's in the Irish 2000 Guineas

04.08.18 | Tigre du Terre sold for an enormous sum to Hong Kong. Meanwhile highly talented 2yo Boitron wins impressively at Doncaster #Grouphorse

08.07.18 | Tigre du Terre wins the Coral Challenge at Sandown worth £46,000. Ventura Knight mops up a class 3 handicap at Ayr, his 7th win

03.07.18 | Huge day. Little Kim wins Gr3 Prix du Bois, Ventura Knight wins class 2 Almary Hcp and we receive 2 entries in the Gr2 Prix Robert Papin

20.05.18 | A weekend to remember - from just 5 runners we knock in 4 wins and a 4th place in the Group 2 Italian Derby (worth £34,000)

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