Don’t Dream, Just Do It – Life Is Better With A Race Horse

You can own a premium racehorse by exciting sires Snitzel and Written Tycoon, to be trained by leading Queensland trainers Chris Munce and Robert Heathcote from just $176 per unit + $15 per month. You can own with your friends, you can own with your family, you can now afford the to own some of the best horses on the market with the best trainers in the game – and enjoy weekly communications & video direct from trainer to you as you learn all about ownership.   miRunners is making premium racehorse ownership affordable and accessible to everyone! miRunners can…

Jockey Jamie Kah wins first Group 1 in the Australian Cup on roughie Harlem

It was an unforgettable day of racing on Saturday March 9, as the unlikely winners just kept on coming across all meets throughout the day. Amongst those unexpected victories was Harlem, defending his Australian Cup Crown at $41, providing leading female jockey Jamie Kah with her first Group 1 win. It was a fairytale of a ride from both Harlem and Kah, with trainer David Hayes describing it as a real “11/10 ride”. In last years Australian Cup, Harlem, trained by David Hayes, won the race at $61, and despite not winning or being placed in his eight runs since…

A full breakdown of the miRunners model

With no mark-up on the purchase price of the horse, ownership with miRunners will always be built on quality, transparency and trust. It is somewhat unique to miRunners for a yearling to be offered without the price being marked up from the sale price, however this is key in delivering owners the transparency we believe is important in earning the trust of the public. We are doing something that has never been done before and making ownership affordable to all Australians for the first time. As with anything new, we need to earn your trust and whilst results cannot be…

Everything you need to know about barrier trials

You’ve watched your horse be educated, you’ve chosen their racing name, and now the moment has come for them to hit the track for trials! Watching your horse trial can feel like the Melbourne Cup, but in reality it is just another step in the process of building a racehorse: a racehorse that can handle different tracks, riders and race situations. Horse racing trials are basically mini races without the pressure of result driven outcomes. When working in a race preparation, all horses are accustomed to training with stable mates but this is not racing. Racing has a large number…

This is what a top-class Written Tycoon mare can look like – be part of an open ended story

Owners dream of the day they get to see their very own thoroughbred hit the track. The journey starts early, as owners buy into a yearling and watch them develop and mature into a race horse. For 4YO mare Booker, she showed potential from day one. Being by sire Written Tycoon, she was expected to run early, and that she did. From her 15 race starts since winning her race debut as a 2YO, she has won 5 races including a Group 3, Group 2 and most recently, a Group 1. It seems this mare just keeps getting better, and now…

The feeling of watching your team on the big stage

There is nothing like following a sports team. In Australia, sport is such an important part of our culture and there is nothing more exciting than seeing the sports teams you follow hit the field. Take a few examples of the AFL: You hear the stories – a die-hard Richmond Tigers fan leaving his family holiday in Europe to return to Melbourne for the 2017 Grand Final. Win or lose, he had to be there to witness history, a long 37 years on from their last premiership win. He had been at that Grand Final in 1980, and had followed…

Three Gollan 2YO fillies dominating QLD tracks

There is no question about it, Gollan Stables are on fire at the moment. The most exciting part about it is that a lot of the stables’ success is coming from their young runners, in particular their 2YOs. Three of Gollan’s 2YO fillies are standing out at the moment including Vincere Volare, Niedorp, and Perudo. With all three 2YOs having had 2 runs each, they have had 4 wins between them and 2 second placings. The success of these 2YO fillies is an encouraging sign for our owners of filly Lyrical Girl, who is back in work at Gollan Stables…

This is what a top-class Not A Single Doubt mare can look like!

Not A Single Doubt has an impressive record as a sire, producing 9 individual Group 1 winners. Two of these runners, Miracles Of Life and Extreme Choice, each have two Group 1 victories to their names. Owning your share in a filly by Not A Single Doubt for just $198 is an opportunity that doesn’t come around often. With miRunners, you can own your share in our Not A Single Doubt x Countess Dehere filly trained by Troy Corstens, and be part of an open ended story. You never know, this filly could end up being of similar quality to…

Group success for sires Written Tycoon and Not A Single Doubt offspring – why pedigree matters

Sires Not A Single Doubt and Written Tycoon have been on fire lately, producing winners weekend after weekend. Having a winner at any track is impressive, but having a winner at a city track, on a Saturday race meet, and in a group race, it really is something else. And this is why pedigree matters.  The latest Group 1 win for sire Written Tycoon came on Saturday as 4YO mare Booker won her first Group 1 race at Caulfield Racecourse, making it an impressive 7 Group 1 wins for sire Written Tycoon. For sire Not A Single Doubt, 3YO filly…

You have to be a part of this! Robert Heathcote no stranger to Group 1 success – the story of Buffering

Now affordable + accessible – Trainer Robert Heathcote has been one of the leading trainers in Queensland for over 20 years. Since 1997, Robert has trained over 1,350 winners and has been named the Queensland Trainer of the Year on several occasions, collecting in excess of $44 million AUD in prize money so far throughout his career. His Group One winners tally now sits at an impressive 10, with Buffering, the all-time stable star having 7 to his name. Two of these Group 1 victories stood out most for Robert Heathcote and his training team: his first Group 1 win in…