The Chatsworth

  • Number of horses 2 Fillies
  • Number of shares 15
  • Average cost per horse 200,000 Guineas
  • Cost per share £38,500
  • Available shares Yes

Chatsworth House, in the Derbyshire Dales, is home to The Duke and Duchess of Devonshire. The history of Chatsworth begins with Elizabeth Talbot, Countess of Shrewsbury, better known as Bess of Hardwick. Bess married Sir William Cavendish in 1547 and persuaded him to move to her native county where they began work on the first house in 1552. Chatsworth House, which has been named as the United Kingdom’s favourite stately home, is renowned for the quality of its art, a collection that spans 4,000 years.

This syndicate, which comprises of two beautifully bred fillies, also combines two Champion Trainers who continue to dominate at the highest level. Sir Michael Stoute has been crowned Champion Trainer on ten occasions and John Gosden, who won the title in 2015 did so by netting over £5,000,000 in prize money. By the end of April this year John Gosden had already trained six Group winners, including Jack Hobbs in the Longines Dubai Sheema Classic (Gr 1) and if the rest of the year follows in the same vein he could be reclaiming his title as Champion Trainer once again. It is Highclere’s unique privilege to be able to include these incredibly successful trainers into our syndicates and it is no surprise that they are usually the first to sell out. It is important to remember that fillies bought at this level do have significant residual value, which I hope gives confidence to potential share owners.

No horses have been assigned to this Syndicate

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