Solario Racing is a racehorse syndication company founded by Racing Manager, Simon Double, who has 25 years’ experience managing syndicates at the highest level.
The company is named after that great racehorse of the 1920s, Solario, son of the Triple Crown winner, Gainsborough. Bought as a yearling by Sir John Rutherford in 1923 for £3,675, he won the St Leger as a three-year-old and then at four won both the Ascot Gold Cup and the Coronation Cup. He was sold as a 10yo in 1932 for 47,000 guineas to a small syndicate which included Lord Rosebery and the Aga Khan. Solario became the leading sire in Britain and Ireland in 1937 and his progeny included two Derby winners, Mid-day Sun and Straight Deal.
The Solario Stakes at Sandown Park, a Group 3 over 7f for two-year-olds first run in 1947 is named after one of the greatest racehorses of the 20th century.
Based in Hertfordshire, we have syndicate horses on the flat in training with Dean Ivory at Harper Lodge Farm in Radlett.
We have been delighted with the support we have received at Solario Racing from both owners past and owners new.
Solario Racing…Personal Racehorse Syndication
VISIT THE STABLES…it’s free!
One of the great pleasures about racehorse ownership is seeing behind the scenes and watching the horses work on the gallops as they are prepared for their days at the races.
Solario Racing encourages owners to visit Dean Ivory’s Harper Lodge Farm Stables at a time that suits them. Winter, spring, summer or autumn – there’s never a season when you will not receive a warm welcome from Dean and the team at Solario Racing.
If you are looking to get involved in owning a share in a racehorse, come and see the fabulous facilities and the horses we have available on a personal, private visit. It’s free and there is no obligation.
Arranging a visit is easy. Simply call the Racing Office on 01442 877 597 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Alternatively, click on the Contact Us page and email us to book a stable visit or to receive a free Solario Racing brochure.