It has been a historic day for the ground-breaking miRunners colt with the Australian public naming the horse trained by Kris Lees. miRunners is changing thoroughbred ownership forever.
Following a public vote that saw over 700 names entered, it can be revealed that the name on the lips of punters, trainers and race callers across Australia will be Saganaki. The name is a fitting tribute to Saganaki’s pedigree and sire, Real Saga.
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Saganaki is a 2015 colt being trained by Kris Lees – ranked in the top 10 trainers in Australia – which was bought for $165,000 at the Gold Coast Magic Millions. Ownership was then split into 1,000 shares, each costing $165 plus a $15 monthly training & management fee.
With Saganaki prepped to commence barrier trials in a matter of weeks, there is still time to purchase your share in the promising early runner but be quick as only a limited number of shares remain available. UPDATE: Saganaki sold out prior to his first barrier trial.
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With Saganaki sold out before his first barrier trial, miRunners purchased five horses at the 2018 Magic Millions sales at the Gold Coast. There are currently ownership units available in horses trained by Mick Price, Gai Waterhouse/Adrian Bott and David Hayes.