Vagabon de Champdoux Syndicate
Vagabon de Champdoux aka “James” is a lovely 2009 French Thoroughbred imported by Will Coleman in the spring of 2014. James has a spectacular jump and quality paces. He has competed through the One-Star level and in 2014 was named the 5-Year-Old Young Event Horse East Coast Champion at the Fair Hill International Young Event Horse Championships. He has had a very successful 2015 season with Caitlin, earning top placings at the Preliminary/One-Star level including 6th place in the CIC1* at Plantation Field. James kicked off 2017 with a 2nd place finish in the Open Preliminary at Stable View. In February, Caitlin and James finished 9th in the Pine Top CIC2*! In May, Caitlin and James finished 7th in the CCI2* at Jersey Fresh! James is a very exciting horse for the future and Caitlin can’t wait to see what this talented horse has in store.
The Vagabon de Champdoux Syndicate presents a unique opportunity for owners to be involved with the success of this young horse from the very start of his journey to the top. The syndicate is offering 10 shares with an initial buy-in of $8,000 and an annual fee of $3,000 that can be made as a 100% tax-deductible donation through Southern California Equestrian Sports! To be a part of James’s journey, please contact Caitlin directly by phone or email:
Monbeg Myth Syndicate
Oatie is a 2010 imported Irish Sport Horse gelding (Capitalist x Piltown Precious). Oatie is a new ride for Caitlin and a very talented young horse. They impressed in their first outing together winning the Open Preliminary division at Fair Hill International followed by a 7th place finish in the Intermediate division at Champagne Run at the Park H.T. Caitlin is aiming Oatie to compete in the CCI2* at Fair Hill International in the fall.
To be a part of Oatie’s journey, please contact Caitlin directly by phone or email:
What is Syndication?
Horse ownership syndication is when a group of people comes together to purchase shares in a promising horse for a professional event rider. These shares not only cover the actual cost to buy the horse, but the annual costs needed to maintain the horse. For example, if you are joining a horse ownership syndication which offers 10 shares, then you and 9 other people will own that event horse and help maintain the costs of your event horse on an annual basis. The good news is that all of these costs are usually predetermined, and syndications come in many affordable price ranges!