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Could Be Trouble - Trained By Donald McCain

Could Be Trouble - Trained By Donald McCain

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The Horse Bloodline: 

"Could Be Trouble" is a Thoroughbred horse pedigree notation that provides information about the horse's parentage. In this case:

  • Sire: "Yeats" is the father (sire) of "Could Be Trouble." Yeats is a well-known Thoroughbred stallion of the highest calibre.

  • Dam: "She's No Trouble" is the mother (dam) of "Could Be Trouble." She's No Trouble's damsire (maternal grandsire) is "Zaffaran."

This pedigree information helps to trace the ancestry and bloodline of the horse, which can be important for breeding and racing purposes in the horse racing industry.


"Could Be Trouble" is an 9-year-old mare with an impressive racing record in England. She is under the care of trainer Donald McCain. She has managed to win five times so far.

What makes Could Be Trouble stand out is her versatility. She has demonstrated her ability to win races in various regions, including Ireland, England, Wales, and Scotland. Moreover, she has shown her proficiency in both hurdle and chase races. Her adaptability extends to different ground conditions as well, as she has won on heavy ground, good to soft ground, and good ground. This adaptability makes her an ideal choice for a syndicate horse.

Throughout her career, Could Be Trouble has faced strong competition, participating in races ranging from class 2 to class 5 handicaps. She has also tackled a range of distances, from 2 miles 4 furlongs up to 3 miles. This consistent exposure to different levels of competition and varying race distances has likely contributed to her well-rounded racing abilities.

Overall, Could Be Trouble's racing history showcases her versatility, consistency, and ability to perform well in diverse racing conditions and competition levels, making her an attractive prospect for horse racing enthusiasts and syndicates.


  1. Subscription Price: £59 per year.
  2. Maximum Shares: 750 shares available.
  3. Subscription Period: Runs until December 31st, 2024.
  4. Allocation: Shares are sold on a first-come, first-served basis.
  5. Prize Money Distribution: Prize money will be distributed on or around December 1st each year, in accordance with your terms and conditions.


Here's a summary of what shareholders can expect:

  1. Welcome Pack: Upon purchasing a share, shareholders will receive a welcome pack that includes an I.D card and a share certificate number. This helps establish their official status as a shareholder.

  2. Framed Photo of the Horse: Shareholders will receive a framed photo of the horse, signed by the trainer. This is likely a nice keepsake for shareholders to display.

  3. Free Gift: Shareholders will also receive a free gift from the merchandise department. This is a thoughtful gesture that adds value to their ownership experience.

  4. Invitations to Races: Shareholders will receive invitations to each and every race in which the horse participates. This allows them to be part of the excitement and follow the horse's progress.

  5. Stable Visit Tours: The program organizes two stable visit tours per year. During these tours, shareholders have the opportunity to see the horses training on the gallops, engage in private conversations with the trainer, and observe the horses in their natural habitat. These tours provide an immersive and educational experience for shareholders.

  6. Note About Stables: It's important to note that shareholders should not turn up to the stables uninvited, as they will be asked to leave. This is likely to ensure the safety and privacy of the horses and the smooth operation of the stable.

Overall, this package offers a well-rounded experience for shareholders, allowing them to connect with the horse and the horse racing world in a meaningful way.

The Races:

  1. Entry at the 5-day Stage: The process begins when the horse is entered into a race at the 5-day stage. 

  2. Email Notification: After the horse is entered, an email is sent to each applicant to inquire if they wish to attend the race. This email serves as an invitation to the members.

  3. 48-Hour Response Window: Members who receive the email have 48 hours to notify you of their intention to attend the race. This gives everyone a reasonable amount of time to respond.

  4. Draw for Tickets: Once the 48-hour response window closes, we will conduct a draw to select the attendees. Approximately 20 tickets will be generated for each course, but the actual number may vary.

  5. Notification of Selected Attendees: Members who are drawn to attend the race will be notified at the declaration stage, which occurs 48 hours before the actual race. This notification  includes information about how to access their tickets and any other relevant details.

  6. Request for Extra Tickets: In most cases we do ask courses to provide extra tickets where possible and try to obtain additional tickets from the racecourses to accommodate more attendees if needed. This may or may NOT be possible.

This process ensures that members have an opportunity to express their interest in attending the horse race, and a fair selection process is used to allocate the available tickets. The notification process helps members plan their attendance and make necessary arrangements.

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