The fun of watching a race is one thing, but the adrenaline rush you get from watching your horse compete is another. Becoming a member of Stride Racing Club takes you on a ride from stud to stable to race track, giving you access to an upgraded experience throughout.
This is an immersive experience that will connect you to the heart of the industry—the community, the horses, the stud farms and the people who make racing about much more than a sport.
Join like-minded people, enjoy great hospitality and share in the atmosphere of race meetings, off-course events and tours, year round.
With access to online content, you’re always kept up-to-date with all the information you need about your stable and upcoming events/tours.
Your small monthly fee gets you unprecedented access to a stable of three horses and the benefits that come with being an owner.
Benefit from behind-the-scenes access, networking opportunities, deals on course at selected racecourses and more.
Choose to pay either monthly or annually
No joining fee and you’re not locked into a long-term contract.
Some of New Zealand’s leading stud farms have partnered to give you the opportunity to race three quality horses. That means you get all the excitement and all the benefits of racing a stable of equine athletes—just without the price tag; check out our current stable below.
New horse coming soon
3 year-old Showcasing filly
3 year-old Rageese filly
Windsor Park Stud
Get involved in all the action on course alongside other Stride Racing Club members. We’re working with racing clubs to give you the best race-day experience possible.
Get preferential tickets to both free or discounted events, soon-to-be created events celebrating some of New Zealand’s most prestigious races, and other on and off-course bespoke experiences. Predominantly held in Auckland and Waikato these events will begin to be rolled out once the current challenging environment allows more certainty.
Visit some of the country’s leading stud farms and stables, connect with stud staff and trainers and learn more about what’s involved in the success and on-going welfare of high-performing horses.