Win a share in a racehorse with all expenses paid for the whole season

Offer not to be missed

Win a share in a racehorse thanks to Brighton Racecourse and Heart of the South Racing

Brighton Racecourse has teamed up with Heart of the South Racing to offer racegoers the chance to win a share in a racehorse.

The horse in question is Interakt, a six-year old Brighton specialist trained by Lambourn-based Joe Tuite. The mare is already  a winner of five races, three of them at Brighton.She races over five to seven furlongs and acts on any going so there are plenty of fun days out to be had with her.

Interakt in winning form

Interakt in winning form

This competition is free to enter and the prize includes a share in this racehorse for the 2013 flat season, all expenses paid; a 5 per cent share of any prize money won plus all the benefits of racehorse ownership.

These include watching your horse on the gallops, meeting the trainer, inside information about the chances, plus owners badges everytime the horse runs, and access to the Owners area at the track, and hopefully the Winners Enclosure.

To enter simply go to:

Heart of the South Racing is a well established and highly successful group with horses in training with Gary Moore, Joe Tuite, Sir Henry Cecil, Marco Botti  and Philip Hide.

It started 2013 in flying style, with two winners in January and stable star Fruity O’Rooney, trained by Gary Moore at Horsham, has been flying the flag at the highest level, performing well. Its latest purchase is a two-year-old colt by Zamindar, in training with Philip Hide at Findon.

Heart of the South Racing is a market leader in racehorse ownership. It offers shares for sale in carefully selected horses that are perfect for partnerships and syndicates. It enjoyed a record season in 2011 with 12 winners and last season had its first double at Brighton Racecourse.

Brighton racecourse has 22 fixtures planned for the coming season. For details see


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