Cable Guy View a video of Cable Guy
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Cable Guy

Racehorse Syndicate

  • Details: TWO-YEAR-OLD COLT
  • TRAINER: CHARLIE FELLOWES (NEWMARKET)
  • Pedigree: Cable Bay ex Diane's Choice
  • Syndicate end date: 01 DECEMBER 2020
Buy a Share for £43 (inc. VAT)

Cable Guy is a good-looking and strong, two-year-old colt. He is a son of Cable Bay, with an impressive walk and excellent conformation. He looks like an ideal two-year-old type, with the scope to go on as a three-year-old. He is powerfully built and is a typical sprinting type, being a half-brother to the useful 96-rated Makanah, who excels over sprint distances. Cable Bay has enjoyed an impressive start to his stallion career and his first runners this year have yielded some impressive winners, including Liberty Beach, who won the Group 3 Molecomb Stakes at Glorious Goodwood in July. The success of Cable Bay's first two-year-olds have resulted in his covering fee being more than doubled for 2020 and he looks to be a hugely promising recruit to the stallion ranks. Cable Bay has already gained a reputation for siring precocious and speedy types, and Cable Guy looks typical of his sire's offspring.

Cable Guy is to be trained in Newmarket by Charlie Fellowes, whose burgeoning career has seen him train a Royal Ascot winner (Thanks Be in the Sandringham Stakes in 2019) and achieve great success with the globetrotting Prince Of Arran, who finished second in this year's Melbourne Cup in Australia. Charlie trains from the historic Bedford House Stables - a yard which has sent out Derby winners and a Breeders' Cup winner, when Luca Cumani was in residence.

The name Cable Guy is currently being registered and may be subject to change.

Charlie Fellowes

" I am delighted to be training Cable Guy for Owners Group. He looks like he should be a two-year-old and I am a big fan of his sire, Cable Bay." Charlie Fellowes

This syndicate term lasts until 1 December 2020, with no commitment to continue at the end of the syndicate period. Please click here for full details of the end of term process.

This syndicate is divided into 3,000 shares and each share costs £43 (including VAT). View price transparency. There will be nothing extra to pay, no matter what costs are incurred during the syndicate period. The syndicate is subject to the usual 'Owners Group' terms and conditions. The current maximum number of shares that can be purchased by one person is 10.

  • The share price is £43. The full price breakdown is:
  • The capital cost for Cable Guy including transport, initial keep costs and vetting, is £33,156, which works out as £11.05 per share.
  • The 5% capital risk is £0.55 per share.
  • Our current management and service provision fee is set at £13.76 per share.
  • The all-inclusive racing/training cost is set at £10.00 per share.
  • The cost for mortality insurance is £0.30 per share.
  • The Racehorse Rehabilitation contribution is £0.17 per share.
  • The VAT is £7.17 per share.
  • There will be nothing extra to pay, no matter what costs are incurred during the syndicate period.

Important note, the video below was recorded in 2019, when Cable Guy was a yearling colt. To confirm, since the 1 January 2020, Cable Guy is now a two-year-old colt.

Cable Guy Pedigree

Cable Guy2018 { CABLE BAY (IRE) { INVINCIBLE SPIRIT (IRE)
ROSE DE FRANCE (IRE)
DIANE'S CHOICE { KOMAITE (USA)
RAMAJANA (USA)
Buy a Share in Cable Guy for £43 (inc. VAT)
No monthly costsThere are NO monthly costs and there will be NO other requests for payment during the syndicate period.
GREAT GIFT IDEA! We can either post the welcome pack to the purchaser, or directly to the recipient.

What happens at the end of a syndicate term?

There really is no obligation at all after the initial one-off purchase!

All Owners Group horses have a set syndicate term, which usually lasts for approximately 12 months, although this can vary.

Towards the end of the term, owners will receive a report from the trainer and the Owners Group team, specifying the horse's prospects going forward and a recommendation on whether we believe the horse should continue into a further term, giving everyone the chance to renew for a further term.

The renewal price is very likely to be cheaper than the price paid to purchase the share(s) in the first instance, as owners will have already paid for their share of the capital of the horse. Therefore, the renewal price just includes the ongoing racing/training fees, management fees, insurance, VAT and the contribution towards the Owners Group Horse Retirement Fund.

Owners are not obliged to renew their share(s) if they don't wish to, it's completely their choice. Once the syndicate term ends, any relinquished share(s) will automatically be released for sale and if those share(s) sell elsewhere, owners will receive the relevant share capital value of the horse, credited to their Owners Group account.

If a low number of owners decide to renew their shares, the syndicate may be re-structured (see Terms and Conditions), or the horse may potentially be sold. If a horse is sold, the net sale price will be divided by the number of shares in the syndicate and all owners will receive their share of the net sale price to their Owners Group account. If the syndicate does not continue into an extended period, any renewal payment for that new period, will be refunded.

Racehorse welfare is our top priority. If a horse has a setback in training or is deemed not to be fit enough to race for any reason, then the horse will rest until fit and ready. Our business also runs a not-for-profit organisation called Xracehorse Club, dedicated to the re-homing of retired racehorses. We are extremely passionate about the welfare of all of our horses, and will always endeavour to ensure that any horse retired from Owners Group is given a loving home, when they retire from racing.

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