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Clubs and syndicates aim to open up eventer ownership *H&H Plus*

Different riders are offering different deals to those who would like to experience event horse ownership without the hefty price tag. H&H finds out about the different options on offer

INNOVATIVE riders and enthusiasts have come up with a range of syndication ideas to make event horse ownership more widely available.

World Equestrian Games team gold medallist Gemma Tattersall is offering membership of the “Kizzy Club”, in relation to her five-star ride Santiago Bay, while the new Event Horse Owners Syndicate (EHOS) has shares in a young horse ridden by Laura Collett for sale, as well as places on an “experience” scheme for Ben Hobday’s Shadow Man II.

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