THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE MOST COMMON FORMS OF RACEHORSE OWNERSHIP
Article by Tony Fleiter BEc., LLB
Principal of Macquarie Legal Practice
Owning and racing thoroughbred racehorses can be highly enjoyable and rewarding, particularly if you are lucky enough to own a horse that progresses to winning races, and if your horse is a fashionably bred colt and just happens to win a Group 1 race, then a stud deal is likely to be available.
Review of Guidance Note to Trainers & RV Communique
A review by Macquarie Legal Practice
[first produced 11 Feb 2019, last revised 1 Nov 2021]
“Guidance Note – Managed Investment Schemes”
by Atanaskovic Hartnell [produced 2 January 2019]
“Streamlining horse syndication in Victoria”
by Racing Victoria [issued 2 January 2019]
HORSE RACING SCHEMES - WHO HAS CONTROL?
- Horse racing schemes/managed investment schemes/day-to-day control
- What are the criteria for determining if a horse racing scheme is a managed investment scheme?
- How is it that the manager and the trainer [and NOT the members] are the people with day-to-day control over the operation schemes?
TEMPLATE - Co-ownership - Owners Deed for private arrangement
This agreement is Available from Racehorse Ownership or Macquarie Legal Practice upon request.