The Royal Racing Club is an ingenious concept.

For a trivial yearly membership fee of €375 you get all the exclusive perks of becoming an owner of five well-bred racehorses in with a serious chance of winning this season.

Ireland and Britain are over-crowded with racing club’s and syndicates who are promising you the world nevertheless the meticulous team at Royal racing are willing to go the extra mile to ensure you get more than value for your money and everything is clear from the beginning. One fee covers your membership for the entire year.


You ask the question who are the club horses? And what is all the hype about them!

  • Danehill Quest is a son of the top stallion, Camacho. Having been a little weak and immature as a 2yo, he came back bigger and substantially stronger in 2018 at 3 and proved a revelation winning a competitive handicap at the Killarney festival and was a close second on three occasions, perhaps an unlucky second in a Leopardstown apprentice race. He has done well physically on his winter break and trainer Shiela Lavery assumes he will win plenty of races going forward.

  • Jazzelle A daughter of a winning swain mare, jazzelle is a half-sister to 2 winners. Her half-brother by Sharmadal, £100,000 as a yearling. She is an extremely likable filly with a vigorous walk and is displaying promising signs on the Gallops. She will be trained by Sheila Lavery and is capable for auction maidens carrying a low weight.    

  • Tommy Hilfilly From the first National Hunt Crop of champion middle distance horse, Dylan Thomas. This mare shows a willing defiance and jumps extraordinarily well.  She is bred to stay, jump and appreciate nice ground. She is a half-sister to two winners, one of whom was beaten a short head in the La Touche Cup at the Punchestown festival. Dylan Thomas has already produced a listed hurdle winner in France.

  • Ivaquestion is By Ivawood, who has made an optimistic start to his career for Coolmore Stud. This Colt is a half-brother to Truffles, who won four races for Sheila Lavery, including twice in the same week at the 2018 Galway races.  He goes nicely and was recently an eye catching third in a barrier trial at Naas Racecourse. He will be winning for us very soon.

  • Golden Chance is as tough as they come and loves soft ground. She won her point to point in imposing fashion, sprinting clear and jumping precisely. She disappointed a little in a Tipperary Bumper afterwards, but numerous reasons came to light post-race. She has strengthened up and will start off in a maiden hurdle. Barry O’Neill was overwhelmed when he won on her and said she will win plenty of races. The best is yet to be seen of her and she looks set to provide plenty of fun going forward.

Be part of the horse’s expedition as they set off on their racing career. Visit them at the stables, keep up to date with their development via their private members area, where you can view trainer’s reports, video workouts and much more. Go racing and watch all the hard work come to fruition!

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When you break-down Royal Racing Club’s minimally yearly membership fee it works out £8 a week, perhaps less than what you pay on a weekly basis for your daily newspaper or hot beverages.

it’s a reasonably priced way into the winners enclosures to suit everyone’s budget.

To get involved in this exciting racing club for €375 for the year visit their website for more information: