Horse ownership at any level is an expensive endeavor. There are shoes and shots and tack and hay, whether for the compassionate beginner’s teacher or the international superstar. But those international superstars have even bigger costs – FEI passports, CDI entries… the list goes on and on.
With one owner, bearing those costs is a tremendous burden. But syndication is an ownership model that spreads those costs over multiple owners. By combining the right legal legwork with your particular marketing skills, you can make being a part of a syndicate a fulfilling experience for your supporters, and get the help you need to achieve your competitive dreams.
I’ve assembled two successful syndicates, and now I’ve written a book on how to do it. From set-up to pitching potential owners, “Strength In Numbers” is a step-by-step guide to help you through the process.
Send me an email and I’ll send it to you as a PDF. It’s $20, and I take Zelle (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Venmo (@lauren-sprieser).