Horse racing fanatics offered a real slice of the action with unique gifting experience

Horse racing fanatics offered a real slice of the action with unique gifting experience

Generous gift-givers will now be able to give their favourite horse racing enthusiast friends or lovers a present they’ll cherish forever with vouchers that provide them with a piece of a winning racehorse.

Leisure start-up Crowd Racing is offering horse-lovers the opportunity to experience what it’s like to live as a lavish horse owner with gift vouchers that give them shares in winning horses.

Craig Mckenna, founder of Crowd Racing said, “There are a lot of people that love horse racing, but sadly there aren’t that many appropriate gifts for these types of people. Football and rugby fans are easy to buy for, and we wanted to create something that would provide lovers of this sport with a lasting experience.”

Many people who enjoy to watch the sport dream of owning their own thoroughbred, but of course the cost implications of this mean that most never get the chance to. Our gift gives horse-racing lovers the chance to sample some of action without the hefty price tag. This way, they can get a true experience of owning a racehorse, something they may have only dreamed of before. With the likes of footballing legend Ian Wright enjoying a portion of the fun, who has shares in our Born To Finish, owners can be certain that they are in good company with Crowd Racing.”

The gift vouchers give lucky recipients the chance to share in any prize money and means that they will have ample opportunity to see the racehorse, as well as meet its trainer and team.

There is no need for those purchasing the gift to worry if they don’t share the same passion for horseracing as their loved one as the voucher allows the receiver to pick their own racehorse. With vouchers starting from just £50, this is one gift that will provide endless enjoyment without breaking the bank.

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