Graham's first memory of horse racing is of Red Rum winning three Grand Nationals in the 1970s, which, looking back, is when he became really interested in horse racing and the enjoyment it can bring.
In those early days he never envisaged that one day he would be an owner. The first horse he was involved in was only ever placed twice in his career but just being part of the race day atmosphere as an owner really spurred him on to wanting to own a winning racehorse. This he achieved firstly with Pete the Feat who he owns with a friend of his and he has had them, to date, in the winning enclosure on nine occasions.
However since then he has been involved in four horses as a member of a syndicate and has learnt this is a more cost effective way of being involved in owning a racehorse and still getting the same thrill when the horse wins. His ambition is to share his passion for racing with our syndicate members so they experience as much enjoyment out of their race horse as possible.
Favourite horse: Red Rum for the reasons above.
Favourite course: Fontwell where I had my first experience of being a winning owner and that memory will never be forgotten.