Thoroughbred Syndication


Thoroughbred racehorse syndicates have been active in Canada since the early 1900s and have become a more common phenomenon in recent years due to the rising costs of purchasing, maintaining and racing a Thoroughbred, especially in urban areas.

Racing horses is an exhilarating activity. However, due to its volatile nature, all investors should think of it as a form of entertainment. Profiting from a horse purchase can be very lucrative, and is definitely possible but it is not the reality for the majority of investors. Most people will invest for the fun of owning a racehorse and being involved in the career and growth of their own horse from a young age through to its retirement and beyond.

The outlay of maintaining a horse is approximately $36,000 per annum. Depending on where the horse is or what it is doing will determine the cost at any given time. For example, while it is in training, the costs are higher than if it was resting in a paddock.

Owning an interest in a racehorse is easy and potentially rewarding, and having a company such as North American Thoroughbred Horse Company to help ensure there is professional management of the horse makes the whole experience fun and exciting!

 

North American Thoroughbred Horse Company’s New 2012 Syndicate: NAT2012LP


Yes, you too can be a racehorse owner! Units in NATHC’s new syndicate are available for purchase right now. It’s a great opportunity to own not one, but two racehorses for the minimal outlay of only $1200.00. For past syndicates, NATHC has purchased only yearlings but this year we’ve decided to change things a bit. A yearling was acquired at the CTHS sale on September 11 and should be ready to race when Hastings Racetrack opens for the 2013 racing season. We’ll also be claiming a horse in California. With a horse that is actively racing, the prospect of having a horse in the Winner’s Circle before next year’s season opens at Hastings is possible. Details as follows:

Tax Treatment of Horse Racing Income/Loss


Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) considers the business of Horse Racing as a form of Farming. In the event that expenses exceed the horse winnings, you may be able to deduct some or all of these as "farm losses". Unless your chief source of income is from farming, CRA may consider your farm loss as a "Restricted Farm Loss". Please seek independent tax advice on these matters. You may also refer to the Farming Income Guide (PDF) on the CRA website.

2013 Syndication Horses


Grand Jury
2013 CTHS Yearling and Mixed Sale - Hip #19
Bought from Tod Mountain Thoroughbreds
Chestnut colt by Grand Slam out of Classical Romance
2013 CTHS Yearling and Mixed Sale - Hip #19

2012 Syndication Horses


Deviance
2012 CTHS Yearling and Mixed Sale - Hip #125
Bought from Tod Mountain Thoroughbreds
Chestnut gelding by Bob and John out of Trieste Lady
Yearling Hip. 125 - 2012 CTHS Yearling and Mixed Sale

2011 Syndication Horses


Faidrality
2011 CTHS Yearling and Mixed Sale - Hip #70
Bought from Tod Mountain Thoroughbreds
Chestnut filly by Finality out of Faidra
2011 CTHS Yearling and Mixed Sale - Hip #70