Guaranteed when you ask any serious syndicate agent about their performance, they will tell you only what you need to know to buy you own horse racing shares. The good, honest operators usually outlast the dishonest, hardworking ones. There are always some unethical operators out there, however, they always get wiped out at the end of the rainbow. One of the great advantages of being a member of a professional collective is that you can go on the internet and look up past performance statistics and news to see how well everyone is doing, or how bad the last few races were.
In today’s climate of limited access and Internet, there are also many new ways for syndicate members to buy and sell racing horses without much trouble. One of the greatest advantages of horse racing shares is that the horse owners, syndicate leaders and trainers don’t share the knowledge of how to run the racehorse. It’s all kept strictly confidential. The information is available to those who are willing to risk a little, but not enough to risk their entire livelihoods. Many successful horse owners started out as share holders and some of the best racers in history started out as share holders too.
The bottom line is that you can learn a lot from the work of others, especially the successful ones. A Thoroughbred syndicate can be an incredible learning experience, if you are ever fortunate enough to work with one. Most of the time, you can learn a lot just by watching and listening. I have been personally involved in many syndicate pools, and I can honestly say that there is nothing like it when it comes to horse racing shares.