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Horse Running

Owning a broodmare

Becoming a Galloway owner...

Owning a broodmare is one of the most exciting, adrenaline-fuelled, yet rewarding experience.

You will enjoy the elation and glamour of racing; the taste of champagne in the owners' enclosures at prestigious racecourses, the roar of the crowd, and the click and flash of the cameras capturing your expression as your horse races across the finish line.

But there are two other benefits of investing, the first is financial, especially if you are a higher rate taxpayer...

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...has fantastic benefits...

We recognise that there are financial benefits to you, the owner, by utilising the government-backed Seed Enterprise Investment Scheme (SEIS), that includes the 

Thoroughbred Enterprise Investment (TEI) bloodstock fund.


This fund enables significant tax benefits such as:

  • a 50% income tax relief on investment,

  • zero inheritance tax on shares in TEI,

  • zero capital gains on profit, and

  • the chance to offset losses.

It's no surprise that investing in broodmares with the SEIS is the most attractive tax break in the country.

But there is also another benefit...

...for you and your broodmare.

The welfare and comfort of horses is our top priority, and you can be assured that your broodmare, along with its foals, will be given first-class care.


From the moment it is introduced to our farm, through the transportation, covering, pregnancy, foaling and weaning, your broodmare and its young will be looked after by our passionate and professional team. Our equine vet visits the farm daily, and our grooms check on each individual horse, every morning and every evening. Every singe day. We prepare the yearlings for sale and gently educate them in such a way to make their journey with the trainer a smooth ride.

If you want the excitement of breeding potential future champions, but want to do it ethically and with care at the heart, we could be the solution for you. Please contact Stuart or Carmen to discuss the options.

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