TWO-year-old Puget Sound has more shareholders than any other horse in the land – syndication of small shares simply has to be the future of racehorse ownership – and a number of them came to visit him at Randjesfontein last Saturday.
Puget Sound worked on the track in front of the group of owners, who enjoyed breakfast at the Randjes Club House and also had a chance to get close to him in his stable.
Owners including Charles Savage, Brad Leather and Gregory Gomes attended with their families and Gomes wrote in a mail: “Just a quick huge thanks to Mat, Diane and Mike for taking time out this morning. Spending time at your stables this morning and seeing just a small part of your training operation was just as exciting as seeing him win on debut. Looking forward to his next run!”
Puget Sound will be out racing again in mid to late April, possibly over 1400m.