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MyRaceHorse Bringing People Closer To Royalty

MyRaceHorse Bringing People Closer To Royalty

Racing app, MyRaceHorse is allowing customers to get closer to royalty by allowing them to purchase micro-shares in a horse recently owned by the late Queen Elizabeth II.

Racing fans can claim their share in the horse known as Just Fine for AUD$250, who will be trained by Gai Waterhouse in partnership with Adrian Bott at Royal Randwick.

On the announcement, MyRaceHorse general manager of marketing and partnerships, Ben Willis, said: “We couldn’t be more excited to provide racing fans the opportunity to own and race a horse of the calibre and esteemed stature as Just Fine.”

“He’s our royal horse to be trained by Australia’s Queen of Racing, Gai Waterhouse in partnership with Adrian Bott from Royal Randwick.

“His pedigree is elite being by Arc De Triomphe winner, Sea The Stars, who’s the stallion of current Melbourne Cup favourite Deauville Legend, champion stayer Stradivarius and Baeed – just to name a few.

“He comes to Australia off the back of a dominant 2000m win at Leicester and we’re looking forward to seeing what he can achieve in our middle distance/staying trips,” he said.

Waterhouse, added: “What a wonderful thing that absolutely anyone can now own a share in the horse formerly owned by a Queen and King.”

“That’s the wonderful thing about MyRacehorse and horse ownership, whether you are Royalty or just a lover of the sport, you can be involved.

“I’m really looking forward to Just Fine arriving in Australia and getting started,” she said.

The announcement comes after SEN announced a partnership with New Zealand Thoroughbred Racing.

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