The Goodwood

  • Number of horses 2
  • Number of shares 20
  • Average cost per horse 100,000 Guineas
  • Cost per share £18,500
  • Available shares Yes

Goodwood House, set in mature parkland against the backdrop of the Sussex Downs, has been the seat of the Dukes of Richmond for over 300 years. The 1st Duke of Richmond originally bought Goodwood as a hunting lodge and subsequent Dukes enlarged the existing Jacobean house to create the magnificent house that we see today. Now home to the Earl and Countess of March and Kinrara, the 12,000-acre estate is known for its famous sporting events including Glorious Goodwood, the Festival of Speed and the Goodwood Revival.

The ever-popular combination of Richard Hannon and Sir Michael Stoute brings together two of the most successful trainers in the country; one of whom is at the beginning of his career having taken over the reins from his father in 2014 and the other who is sending out as many winners as ever in the twilight of his long and illustrious career that includes five Epsom Derby winners and 75 at Royal Ascot. Richard Jnr is well known for his ability to train two-year-olds, sending out over 100 juvenile winners in 2014 and 2015, but he is certainly no one trick pony and the exploits of Group 1 winners Ventura Storm, Pether’s Moon, Night Of Thunder, Toronado and Olympic Glory are testament to that. Sir Michael Stoute has trained some of Highclere’s all time greats including Harbinger, the highest rated horse in the world in 2010, and remains at the very top of his game having recorded thirteen Group victories in 2016 including a third win in the Breeders’ Cup Filly & Mare Turf (Gr 1).

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