Cranbourne Club 21 Ltd brings together 100 like-minded people to race a team of seven well-bred pacers and trotters over a three-year period.
It provides investors with an opportunity to participate in an exciting and fulfilling social experience with events and regular get-togethers based around a shared interest in harness racing ownership.
A minimum of three Club 21 hosted race night events are arranged at the Cranbourne Racing Centre each year. These events are arranged, where possible, to coincide with the racing engagements of Club 21 Ltd horses to allow investors to share in the thrill of an evening’s racing while enjoying the hospitality of the Cranbourne Harness Racing Club.
Quarterly Club 21 organises weekend stable visits with direct access to our trainers and the equine members of our team in a relaxed setting where we can enjoy a morning breakfast.
These hosted events provide investors with a unique opportunity to experience first-hand the operation of a professional harness racing stable. Investors are encouraged to further enhance their knowledge of harness racing through direct dialogue with our trainers. And of course, trainers provide investors with an update on each of the Club 21 Ltd horses in their care.
Cranbourne Club 21 Ltd facilitates group bookings for investors to attend major race days and carnivals including the Australasian Breeders Crown, the time-honoured Inter Dominion Championship, the premier Redwood Trotting Carnival and HRV’s Summer Of Glory Carnival. Get in touch to find out more.
Interactions & Updates
Cranbourne Club 21 Ltd provides regular and comprehensive communications with investors regarding the progress of the Club 21 horses. These updates include written and video reports.
Investors are also kept abreast of other news-worthy items of interest including news and social media from Trots Cranbourne and the Cranbourne Turf Club.
Horses are sourced on lease from prominent owners/breeders and are trained by approved professional trainers who reside at the Cranbourne Training Centre or in the surrounding area.
The stable includes a selection of older stock and a number of untried yearlings and two-year-olds. This provides immediate enjoyment and the prospect of future success.