The T S Eliot

  • Number of horses 2
  • Number of shares 20
  • Average cost per horse 90,000 Guineas
  • Cost per share £16,950
  • Available shares No

Thomas Stearns Eliot (1888-1965) had a profound influence on the English language, believing that the duty of the poet “is only indirectly to the people: his direct duty is to his language, first to preserve, and second to extend and improve.” Born in America, he immigrated to England in 1914 and officially renounced his American citizenship in 1927.

William Haggas has been a key part of Highclere’s success over the years having trained many of our high profile winners, including Brunel to win the German 2000 Guineas and the Topkapi Trophy in Istanbul. More recently he added victories at Royal Ascot with Collection and Approve. William has established himself as one of the top trainers in the country and the expansion and improvements to his yard over the past year are just another example of his commitment to excellence. William is joined by one of the country’s most successful and exciting young trainers, Hugo Palmer, who has doubled his number of winners every season since taking out his license in 2011. He was a short head shy of having a treble on the first day of the Craven Meeting and has since finished sixth in the Guineas with his first ever Classic runner, Home Of The Brave. Hugo spent time under the tutelage of the great Gai Waterhouse in Australia and, as a result, has a keen understanding of employing the very latest training techniques as well as enhancing every aspect of racehorse ownership. 

No horses have been assigned to this Syndicate

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