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Dare to Dream Launched In South Australia
South Australians are in with a chance to become racehorse owners, with Thoroughbred Racing SA (TRSA) launching its ‘Dare to Dream’ competition on Saturday 28 September – the ultimate racehorse ownership experience. The initiative will see 25 winners score a 10% share in two racehorses for themselves and nine friends, with all costs – jockeys, vet, training, race entry fees, you name it - paid for two years and all horses ready to race. Not only will the winners have their best mates as co-owners, they’ll have one of South Australia’s top trainers by their side with Tony and Calvin McEvoy, Leon MacDonald and Andrew Gluyas, Richard and Chantelle Jolly, Chris Bieg and Ryan Balfour all on board to train the horses involved. TRSA CEO Jim Watters said the experience would provide winners with a firsthand insight into the thrill of racehorse ownership and the care and expertise involved in the industry. “We’re thrilled to be launching the Dare to Dream initiative and can’t wait to welcome our new owners to the track. In particular, we are pleased that Aushorse have seen the benefits to the racing industry that this initiative offers, and have come on board and financially support this promotion. The winners will receive regular updates from the trainers on the progress of their horses and as part of the ownership experience they will have the chance to visit the trainer and horses at their home stables. Entrants cannot currently be a racehorse owner, either individually or in a syndicate, and must be a South Australian resident aged 18 and over. The Dare to Dream competition closes 9 November 2019, with winners drawn on Monday 11 November 2019. License no T19/1387.