Not A Royal Doubt given tick of approval by Gai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott

UPDATE: Not A Royal Doubt has sold out with the Australian public purchasing all 1,000 available units. If you missed out it is okay, click Our Stables to view our range of available horses and trainers. Not A Royal Doubt has been given Adrian Bott’s tick of approval at the recent miRunners Information Day held at Tulloch Lodge on Sunday. Feeling part of the inner circle, miRunners owners and interested parties were invited into Gai Waterhouse’s stables, meeting her staff, inspecting the facilities and even getting to hold the Melbourne Cup. They were also able to meet and talk with…

miRunners trainers eyeing Australia’s first international win of the year

Australia could have an international winner in 2018 before Winx even boards a plane as Bjorn Baker and David Hayes tackle the Group 1 Al Quoz Sprint in the early hours of Sunday morning – 1am AEDT (6:05pm local time on Saturday). Australian horses have a solid recent record in the Al Quoz Sprint, after Buffering claimed the race in 2016 and Ortensia saluted in 2012. The Bjorn Baker trained Music Magnate flew out for this Saturday’s Group 1 Al Quoz Sprint in Dubai. Baker said he couldn’t be happier that the Group 1 winner was enjoying a trouble-free run-up…

Racing Bonuses Explained: what they are and how they work

With countless bonus schemes in place in Australian horse racing, we make sense of them for you and take you through the ones you need to know. When you first purchase a unit or share in a racehorse, the immediate vision every owner has is their horse being first past the post in the next Melbourne Cup. RECENT NEWS: This is why Not A Royal Doubt is a value purchase While not everyone will win the Melbourne Cup with their horse, bonus schemes have become commonplace over the past few years and makes it possible for owners to make decent…

miRunners trainers in line to win the Golden Slipper

The world’s richest race for two-year-olds is on this weekend and miRunners will be represented with four of their trainers putting horses in the famous race. Between them, David Hayes, Mick Price, Tony Gollan and Gai Waterhouse/Adrian Bott have six horses running in the AU$3,500,000 race: again confirming that miRunners really does have Australia’s best trainers in their stable. miRunners is a revolutionary model that makes premium thoroughbred ownership affordable to all Australians. By splitting the cost of ownership into 1,000 equal units, everyday Aussies can own their share in a top quality racehorse for only $275 plus a monthly…

Win your share in 1 of 4 premium racehorses

UPDATE: competition now closed Do you want to own a racehorse? miRunners is giving you a chance to win ownership in four premium thoroughbreds from around the country! Trained by some of Australia’s best trainers, Gai Waterhouse, David Hayes, Tony Gollan and Bjorn Baker, and purchased at Magic Millions, these horses are of extremely high pedigree. There are four ownership units up for grabs (one for each horse) with details on how to win below. Our Premium Thoroughbreds miRunners’ horses are quality yearlings purchased from Australia’s best auctions with the four available options all purchased for $275,000 each at the 2018…

Hear from Adrian Bott at Gai Waterhouse’s stables

UPDATE: Not A Royal Doubt has sold out with the Australian public purchasing all 1,000 available units. If you missed out it is okay, click Our Stables to view our range of available horses and trainers. We are holding a miRunners Information Day this Sunday for anyone considering racehorse ownership. If you would love to own a premium thoroughbred under one of Australia’s best trainers, register for this Sunday’s event to learn more about the miRunners ownership experience and hear from Gai Waterhouse’s co-trainer, Adrian Bott. RECENT NEWS: Gai Waterhouse’s Top Five Wins Special guests: Adrian Bott, will be speaking…

Why we purchased Not A Royal Doubt

UPDATE: Not A Royal Doubt has sold out with the Australian public purchasing all 1,000 available units. If you missed out it is okay, click Our Stables to view our range of available horses and trainers. One of the most muscular fillies at the 2018 Gold Coast Magic Millions, Not A Royal Doubt is working hard and looks good to fulfil the prediction of a strong early runner. As part of the miRunners ownership platform, ownership in Not A Royal Doubt is only $275 per unit with a monthly fee of $15 for your first unit ($5 for any additional…

Gai Waterhouse’s Top Five Wins

As the most recognisable name in Australian racing, everyone in the nation has heard of Gai Waterhouse. Buy your Gai Waterhouse unit today We were fortunate enough to sit down with Gai as she took us through what she considers the top five wins in her career. Unable to separate them, here are the wins in no particular order… 1: Fiorente in the Melbourne Cup, 2013 What better way to start the list than with Gai’s first Melbourne Cup Victory in 2013 with Fiorente, completing a thrilling victory from Red Cadeaux and Mount Athos. “One of the greatest thrills of…

Why Zoushack is a great purchase

Zoushack was one of the bargains of the sales when he was bought at the 2018 Gold Coast Magic Millions for $275,000. As part of the miRunners ownership platform, ownership in Zoushack is only $275 per unit with a monthly fee of $15 for your first unit ($5 for any additional units). RECENT NEWS: Zoustar x Shack’s sibling continues to win Here’s the main reasons why Zoushack – to be trained by David Hayes – was one of the best buys of 2018. Zoustar’s success as a sire Our horse’s sire, Zoustar, has had his first crop to race just…

David Hayes’ Top Five Wins

With a couple of thousand wins to his name as well as more Group 1 winners than you could likely recall, David Hayes has a victory list that anyone in the world would be proud of. Having recently come on board with miRunners to train the impressive Zoushack colt, we sat down with David to discuss his personal top five wins of his career. 5. Caulfield Cup with Boom Time 2017 The 3.15 million race was won in convincing fashion by Boom Time, storming home to defeat Single Gaze from the fast-finishing favourite Johannes Vermeer. Sir Isaac Newton was leading…