We have pleasure in inviting you to accept a special opportunity to join the Shabra Charity Racing Club and enjoy the many benefits that membership of our friendly club can bring.
Owning a racehorse can be an expensive hobby but as a member you can share in the excitement and experience at a fraction of the cost.
The one off donation to Shabra Charity Foundation is just €1,000 and offers a unique opportunity to follow the sponsored horses on the racetrack without extra payments such as vet, farrier or training fees for the racing life of the horses. Contact us for a Racing Club Brochure and membership application form.
Special presentation certificate available
Looking for an unusual gift for a special occasion - if so, why not donate on behalf of a member of your family or friend. We will then provide you with a special personalised presentation certificate for you to present them. For further information, please contact us
|Shabra Charity and Ryan Treacy provided a boost to Oliver Brady when fending off Coldstonesober by a head in the two and a half mile handicap chase at Down Royal.“Oliver was in hospital for five weeks and was only out a week and a half before he went in again last night,” his assistant trainer Anthony McCann said.
“This mare is entered at Clonmel on Thursday and if the ground is good to firm she’ll go there. She’s a serious honest mare and she absolutely loves that ground.”
She tracked the leaders in third before coming through to head proceedings jumping the second last. Although Coldstonesober joined her at the last, she kept on for the narrow victory at 7/1. The runner-up was returned at 5/1.
Nearest The Pin, the 5/2 favourite, was always in rear and came home fifth.
The eight-runner field was depleted by two non runners – Raajih (stiff) and Hidden Future (veterinary advice).
Horse 1 Named: Shabra Charity
Horse 2 Named: Slivegullion Girl
Share in our Colours
Share in the glory of our gold, green, light blue and dark blue colours exclusively registered to Shabra Racing Club. These colours where inspired by the Coat of Arms belonging to Oliver’s hometown of Ballybay.
If you would like to join the Shabra Charity Racing Club download the application form by CLICKING HERE