Ownaracehorse Hall Of Fame

Our racehorses that will be fondly remembered

The Ownaracehorse Favourite Horses

No longer racing, but not forgotten

This is a tribute to our shareholders' favourite racehorses from the past. All these racehorses meant a great deal to us, and their shareholders, so it's a very personal area of our website. A horse is given a listing for all time in these pages not because they were famous, won prestigious races or lots of prizemoney - although they may have done. Horses that make this list are here for a whole host of reasons, but mainly because we believe they deserve to be remembered as they made a lasting impact on the shareholders who owned them.

Ownaracehorse racehorses only qualify for inclusion in this area when they have been retired, or left the ownership of our shareholders. Each racehorse is listed with a profile, their highs and lows, and wherever possible, a selection of videos of their most memorable races.

Roaring Rory

Roaring Rory Trainer: Ollie Pears
Roaring Rory won six races for shareholders during a career that spanned six seasons. Trained by Ollie Pears, he overcame a major injury to return and win again. All six of his wins came with an apprentice on board.

  • Photos & Race Video

  • Sarahs Art

    Sarahs Art Trainer: Stef Higgins
    Sarah's Art won 8 races in the Ownaracehorse silks, 5 times in 2009 that included the prestigious Grey's Race at Newmarket in August.

    • Photos & Race Video

    • Grand Palace

      Grand Palace Trainer: Derek Shaw
      Popular, consistent gelding who did much of his training in the swimming pool. Winner at Southwell, Lingfield, Wolverhampton and Kempton.