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Ventura Storm wins the Gran Premio Jockey Club Group 1

Enigma Racing syndicates

Since our first runners appeared in summer 2014, Enigma Racing have enjoyed over 50 winners across flat and jumps.

In 2016 we won three Listed stakes, a Gr3 and a Gr1.

Unless you have fortunes to spend, we believe it's a lot more fun to own a small share in something with big potential - to aim high and tilt at decent prizes.

And it's working. In September 2016, our star 3-y-o Ventura Storm, ran a huge race to finish 2nd in the Ladbrokes St Leger.

Yet most of our shares cost around £200 or less.

The trainers

Excellent yards north and south, including champion trainers, classic winners and rising stars:

Flat: R Hannon, R Fahey, D O'Meara, R Charlton, Sir M Prescott, H Palmer, K Ryan, Joseph O'Brien, J Osborne & K Dalgleish.

National Hunt: N Henderson, A King, W Greatrex, Ben Pauling & K Dalgleish.

"I thought the Hamdan runners would swallow him up and then he just accelerated and stretched away. This Enigma Racing lark, just gets better and better...."

ENIGMA Racing brings together groups of people interested in splitting the cost of buying a share in a quality prospect - like you might do with friends, but on a more organised basis.

By splitting a share into smaller pieces, we hugely reduce the cost of ownership to hobby levels of outlay.

We are only able to achieve this thanks to great connections with top syndicators like Middleham Park Racing.

Enigma Racing syndicates have enabled all sorts of people to fulfill the dream of affordable ownership, with leading trainers around the country.

Captain Woodie - N Henderson

Black type in Germany

Swift Approval caps a huge season in Cologne, his 5 wins in 2016 included the Silver Bunbury at Newmarket

Second in the St Leger

Ventura Storm, finished 2nd in the 2016 St Leger before Gr1 glory in the Gran Premio del Jockey Club

Spring Cup winner Lexington Times

We have already fielded runners at most of the top GB flat meetings, plus international fixtures like Arc day and the Irish 2000 Guineas.

We've had winners in the UK, France, Germany & Italy and our National Hunt division is now ready to unleash some fine prospects for the winter 2016-17 season.

"We offer true ownership at affordable prices. Every syndicate is a registered owner and the syndicate members receive a full share of any prize money or proceeds on sale"


Black type winners

Lexington Times, Spring Cup (Listed)

Persona Grata, Prix Tarragon (Listed)

Persona Grata, Prix Calonne (Listed)

Swift Approval, Herbstpreis (Listed)

Ventura Storm, Premio Jockey Club (Gr1)

Ventura Storm, Prix Reux (Gr3)

Ventura Storm, Fielden Stakes (Listed)

Ventura Storm, Glasgow Stakes (Listed)

Multiple Listed winner Persona Grata

Black type placed

Lexington Times, 2nd Int. Trial Stakes (Listed)

Persona Grata, 3rd Prix Flore (Gr3)

Loaves And Fishes, 3rd Prix Pepiniere (Listed)

Persona Grata, 2nd Prix Fontainbleau (Listed)

Ventura Storm, 2nd St Leger (Gr1)

Notable handicap winners

Swift Approval, Silver Bunbury Cup (Class 2)

Biggest prize won

Ventura Storm, St Leger - £150,500

Most career prize money

Ventura Storm - £327,648

Most victories

Ventura Storm, 6

Swift Approval, 6

Persona Grata, 5

Aguerooo, 5

How to purchase

Shares are exclusive to members of the ENIGMA forum. Once you become a member you are able to buy shares in any new syndicate formed.

ENIGMA began life as a betting research group, that expanded into bloodstock - both sides remain active under one friendly, united roof.

Enigma membership is £79.99 per year by direct debit, or £84.99 by card.

If you'd like to chat about joining, we'd be delighted to hear from you. Just email:

" get these results is some accomplishment. My grateful thanks from a nobody in Devon, because all my impossible teenage dreams are now being realised."



Q: Is there a monthly payment for training fees? No. The share price we quote includes the initial training fees. When that runs out you pay a small lump sum once per year, usually between £70 and £90.

Q: Can I visit the yard? You are invited to attend regular visits and gallop mornings. We visit most yards around 4 or 5 times a year, these tend to be very social occasions!

Q: How do I apply for an Owners' & Trainers' badge to go racing? You email the syndicator for badges. Some badges will be free, others are paid for on collection at cost price. For really big meetings there may be a ballot for those we can obtain.

Q: Are there any other costs? We pay an all-inclusive rate for upkeep which includes all vets' bills and normal costs of racing. Entry fees, horse transport abroad and insurance (if arranged) are extra but just deducted from prize money. Everything is summarised in an annual statement.

Q: How long is my commitment? The shares are designed to be kept for the natural life of the syndicate. However if a horse proves disappointing, as a syndicate we can hand the share back and walk away any time after the first 12 months. All decisions by simple majority vote.