Swiss Spirit x Glittering Prize.

£530 per 5%/£265 per 2.5


We are delighted to add this athletic, racey bay colt by Swiss Spirit.

A son of Invincible Spirit, Swiss Spirit was high class sprinter who ran over 5 and 6 furlongs who was trained by John Gosden. A Group winner at 3, he was the winner of 3 races at 2 and 3 years of age and held a timeform rating of 121 which was equal to his sire.

The dam – Glittering Prize was a winner at 2 and places a further 3 times. This is her first foal. She is a full sister to Cairns who is the dam of 4 previous runners and 2 winners.

Our colt looks a really nice type. He is very correct and looks to have a good temperament. He goes into training with Ollie Pears at his Malton base. He is a very reasonably priced colt for anyone looking to dipping their toe into racehorse ownership. Ollie has a fantastic runs to wins ratio and knows how to get the best out of a horse.

This Colt also qualifies for the new Plus 10 scheme being by a stallion resident in GB or Ireland, where qualified horses earn an additional £10,000 should they win a class 4 maiden or above on top of the normally allocated prize money for the race victory as well as an additional £10,000 for each subsequent win in a class 4 to class 2 novice or conditions or nursery race. Its a fabulous new initiative and replaces the Racing Post Yearling Bonus and BOBIS Schemes previously.

Get in touch with any queries you may have.


2.5% Share

    • Share Price £265
    • Monthly Fees £70

5% Share

    • Share Price £530
    • Monthly Fees £140

10% Share

    • Share Price £1060
    • Monthly Fees £280


Age: 1
Wins: unraced
Places: unraced
Sire: Swiss Spirit
Dam: Glittering Prize
Trainer: Ollie Pears

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Trainer: Ollie Pears

About Ollie


Ollie has experienced all sides of the racing industry. A former jockey with 168 winners, both flat and National Hunt, he set up a pre-training yard at the family farm, breaking and teaching basics to an average of 70 horses a year for some of the country’s leading trainers.

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