Being able to own a premium thoroughbred trained by leading trainers for cheaper than a beer per week may seem like like a pipe dream, but it is now possible.
What we do
miRunners has changed the face of Australian thoroughbred racing, making horse ownership accessible to all Australians.
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The miRunners model has changed all that as we aim to bring the best horses together with the best trainers and make them affordable so anyone who has a passion for racing can experience ownership.
How we do it
There is no secret to our formula: we simply purchase a premium racehorse, match it up with a top tier trainer and split the purchase cost into 1,000 units.
For example: when the first miRunners horse – Saganaki, was purchased at the Gold Coast Magic Millions for $165,000, the horse was split into 1,000 units which were available to purchase for $165 each.
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miRunners makes its fees from the monthly fee. $10 covers the communication and administration, $5 per month covers all the insurance, food and training fees. Total fees for your first unit will be $15 per month but only $5 for any subsequent units. No matter how many units you own, you pay the $10 component for your first unit only.
The ownership experience
No matter if you own a single unit or if you own 20, every unit holder is given the full ownership experience which includes:
- The opportunity to meet your horse
- A certificate of ownership
- Weekly video updates on your horse from the trainer/stable
- A private area at the racetrack for all owners of a miRunners horse
- A pro-rata share of all prize money won
- The thrill of being able to watch your own horse race
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