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Harriet Morris-Baumber

Fantastic opportunity to join top eventing syndicate .

Harriet Morris-Baumber

Would you like to be part of a team, supporting talented up and coming event horses? 

Now, is the ideal time to join the 'Made in Yorkshire' syndicate, the brain child of event rider and trainer, Harriet Morris-Baumber.

If you have always wanted to be involved in the sport of eventing without actually getting into the saddle, the 'Made in Yorkshire' syndicate provides a perfect opportunity to be part of the action.

The syndicate currently owns two horses, Escofino I, known as Scooby and Whitesapark Caramel, known as Chappy, both now underway in their exciting eventing careers.

Scooby is a 15.3hh, grey gelding, who is seven-years-old and is full of character and very cheeky. He is a dream to ride cross country, very responsive and manoeuvrable, meaning tricky combinations should be easy for him as he moves up the levels. Harriet aims for Scooby to be out competing at Intermediate and 1* level in the next 18 months.

Chappy is a 16.1hh, British bred gelding by John Whitaker's stallion,   Peppermill. At six-years-old he has already completed five BE90 events, and will be stepping up to BE100 this season, and Intermediate and 1* in 2019. Chappy has enormous scope that will see him easily progress through the levels in the years to come.

Both Scooby and Chappy are the best of friends and love the attention from the syndicate members, either while out competing or at home on the yard.

Harriet Morris-Baumber

As a member of the 'Made in Yorkshire' syndicate you will get the chance to see your horses compete at events in some of the most stunning locations around the country. At all the events, the syndicate members get well looked after courtesy of Harriet's parents fantastic picnics, meaning the lorry becomes a social hub at events!

You will experience what it takes to train a horse to the top level, going behind the scenes at training sessions with some of the country's top coaches such a Christopher Bartle.

Joining the syndicate with other like-minded people who have a passion for eventing also builds up a new network of friends and the excitement of eventing can be experienced together.

Each member of the syndicate purchases their percentage share of the horse. The member also agrees to pay their percentage of the associated running costs at the same share ratio. This is a fixed monthly cost that covers all basic day to day care of the horse's, including livery, worming, farrier, routine physiotherapy, dentist, training expenses, competition expenses including entry, starting and travelling fees and basic veterinary care and vaccinations.

Percentage share options are available from as little as a 10% investment with a monthly cost of £50.

Harriet is ambitious for future success and by becoming a member of the 'Made in Yorkshire' syndicate; you could be part of the fantastic journey.

To find out more call Harriet on 07795 562745 or visit

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