Our Horses


Mount Racing Club

We are a winning racehorse syndicate based with trainers Karl Burke and Rebecca Menzies, managed by Geoff and Andy.

We also have a range of other share packages including leasing available, we are confident that we can sort out a package to suit all budgets.

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Latest News

New Yearling Syndicate

We are pleased to announce that we are setting up a brand new Yearling Syndicate with top 2-y-o Trainer, Karl Burke, who has enjoyed another marvellous season with his juveniles this year. We are currently working alongside Karl who is busy attending various Yearling Sales and hope to unveil our new purchase plus details of all share packages in the next couple of weeks.

Rinaria Wins Again

Saturday 7th October saw our superstar filly head down to Dunstall Park at Wolverhampton where she lined up in a very competitive Fillies Handicap over a mile. Joey Haynes was again on board and produced the most perfectly timed ride on her to get up and win by a nose, defeating the well fancied Godolphin favourite on the line. She was returned at rather generous odds of 20/1 much to the delight of the large band of Owners who had made the trip to cheer her on and enjoyed plenty of Champagne celebrations after it. This was Rinaria’s 3rd win for us this year and well done to everyone who’s been involved with her.

Rinaria Wins At Beverley

Rinaria travelled over to Beverley on Sunday 27th August where she lined up in what looked a hot little race despite there only being six runners in it. The step up in grade to a 0-85 and the quick reappearance coming only 4 days after the Bath run were a bit of a concern, but the Good to Firm ground at the East Yorkshire course wasn’t and she absolutely thrived on it. The pre race plan was to sit in and track the leaders but as they swung for home it was obvious she was travelling far too well so jockey Joey Haynes gave her the office and she soon put daylight between herself and the rest of the pack. Our initial thoughts were that he’s gone too early on her, but the 3L margin he created never looked in danger and he even had the luxury of easing her down towards the line for what was a comfortable victory.

Rinaria 2nd at Bath

Wednesday 23rd of August saw Rinaria make the long trek south where she lined up in an open looking 0-75 Handicap over a mile at Bath with Joey Haynes returning in the saddle. Despite the ground slightly being on the Softer side of Good she put in a tremendous performance to finish 2nd only being out speeded by a better handicapped horse in the last half a furlong