FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Yes but only one share in a single syndicate
Yes, firstly because those trainers have shown the interest and secondly with these four non trainer teams we can have a further 12 trainers involved.
No, the team is already fully paid up by the team captains or media outlets.
The scheme divides all greyhounds cost to date i.e. purchase price, travel to rearing properties and rearing costs then anticipates through experience and rearing contracts in place the remaining rearing costs, all preparation to race costs and a rehoming contingency. All costs (as disclosed in the PDS) are added and then divided by 10 so all syndicate cost are the same and giving no relevance to any individual pup’s purchase price.
No, there are no guarantees when you buy young stock, many things can go wrong
That is correct, in greyhound racing owner/trainer prizemoney split has traditionally been 50% to the trainer and 50% to the Owner with no training fees once the greyhound is educated and prepared to race. This prizemoney is sent by GRV to the syndicate nominated bank account,
The distribution of prizemoney plan is detailed in the PDS. It is distributed annually.
“Prizemoney” does not include the GRV travel fees distributed to trainers on their arrival at race meetings.
Highly successful greyhounds may be suitable for stud duties at which case the greyhound will be advertised for sale and sold by the syndicate manager at a highest commercial price on offer. All proceeds go to the syndicate for disbursement
A syndicate member, or a group of members may make an offer. If there is any dispute as to the price obtained an independent industry expert will be appointed.
All other greyhounds will be assessed for adoption with first opportunity to the person who so expressed their interest at the draft stage. The preparation for adoption costs are included in the fees already paid
Yes but an individual will need to be nominated as the “owner” on behalf of the group or Club, complete the application forms, and receive any correspondence. The Syndicate will not give any financial, tax or other advice regarding such arrangements.
No, we require a one off payment.