miRunners have sold out their second horse with all 1,000 units selling out in the well-bred Shezawitness.
Having been purchased at the Gold Coast Magic Millions for $198,000 in January 2018, it barely took a month for the Mick Price-trained filly to sell out: once again proving that Australians love affordable racehorse ownership.
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Until miRunners, most people were priced out of premium thoroughbred ownership but with an affordable entry point, ownership was instantly made accessible to all Australians for the first time.
With the first miRunners horse, Saganaki, also selling out miRunners now have their first two horses completely owned by members of the public.
It represents a strong indication of growth for the racing industry, proof that the miRunners model works and taps the passion for everyday Australians to experience horse ownership.
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The great news is that with over 2,000 units sold, there are still opportunities to own a racehorse with miRunners as there are two other thoroughbred still on sale.
Not A Royal Doubt is trained by Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott, will be based in Sydney and is available for $275 (plus $15 a month).
Zoushack is trained by David Hayes, will be based in Victoria and is available for $275 (plus $15 a month).
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Head over to Our Stable to view our range of trainers and horses.