THE CARTMEL SYNDICATE was founded in the beautiful Cumbrian village of Cartmel, famous for its 800 year old priory, unique racecourse, sticky toffee pudding and, of course, the Cartmel Syndicate.
The Syndicate was formed in 1996, and is now one of the most successful, and best established racing syndicates in the UK.
Run by ex permit holder Phil Pye, the Cartmel Syndicate is a small, private, genuine syndicate (rather than a racing club), concentrating on National Hunt racing.
Membership of the Syndicate includes...
• Monthly newsletter • • Free owners badges (in rotation) • • Winners DVDs available • • Share of profits • • Photos • • Syndicate information line • • Runners nationwide • • No hidden extras •
The information line is at normal rates - it is not a premium rate line. A private telephone number is supplied to all members who will be able to phone in anytime for the latest information on training reports, jockey bookings, declaration of runners and badges on race days. A mobile phone number is also provided on race days, on which the syndicate manager can be contacted for any latest information.
The Cartmel Syndicate Four Winds, 104 London Road, Holmes Chapel, Cheshire, CW4 7BD