Sold for £290,000
A Brief HistoryThe first Million in Mind Partnership began in 1990 with the single racehorse called Million In Mind and it has grown since, with the members enjoying more than 185 successes on 42 different racecourses including 11 victories at jump racing’s headquarters at Cheltenham.
The Partnership has raced a number of top-class horses over the years including:
MYSILV – winner of the Gr.1 Triumph Hurdle
MISTER BANJO – winner of of the Gr.1 Finale Hurdle
ROYAL ROSA – winner of the Gr.1 Champion Irish Bumper at Punchestown
GARDE CHAMPETRE – winner of the Gr.2 Mersey Novices’ Hurdle at Aintree
TRICKY TRICKSTER – winner of NH Chase at Cheltenham Festival
Plus the likes of VOY POR USTEDES, UXIZANDRE, AFSOUN and LE PREZIEN.
Million in Mind is an annual racing partnership which aims to give the members a “real feel” of racehorse ownership with usually five horses in training with some of the top jumps trainers in Great Britain. Members, of which there is a ceiling of 200, pay one all-in figure which covers all the expenses of purchasing, training, insuring etc of the horses. All the horses are sold at the Doncaster May Sales at the end of the jumps season and net proceeds are divided up pro-rata among the members.
Triumph Hurdle winner at the Cheltenham Festival in 1994
National Hunt Chase winner at the Cheltenham Festival winner in 2009
Million in Mind News
Two winners in December and all going well
The current Partnership, which covers the 2022/23 NH season, has been going well. Both Rathmacknee (pictured) and Ioupy Collonges won well for…
Million In Mind sales topper
Grand Roi, owned by the multi-share Million In Mind Partnership, topped the recent Goffs UK Summer Sale at Doncaster, realising the eye-watering amount of £400,000. The unbeaten 4yo over hurdler had been purchased by Anthony Bromley for the 180-strong syndicate in
Record-breaking season for Million in Mind
The 2018/2019 Partnership has just finished with all six horses being sold at the Goffs UK May Sales at Doncaster. It was a record-breaking season for the members as all six of their horses won and, with a total of