Important Geegeez Geegee Update: Get Your Share NOW!

The wheels have been lubricated, dear reader, and the Geegeez Partnership is in motion. I've spoken with Julia this morning, and we've agreed that it's better to go to the sales and see what we can achieve there. I've looked at some of the Sales catalogue and picked about 15 horses out that I think would be excellent for us.

Now, we might not get any of these are they're all rated 70+ and, to be honest, £10,000 is pretty cheap for a horse of that calibre. However, our sneaky plan B is to find a horse that  has untapped potential, either for an all weather campaign, or a hurdling campaign, or both. And we may have found just the horse.

I obviously can't say too much now, but there will be more information as soon as I have it.

I've also been in touch with Weatherbys this morning and the British Horseracing Authority (there's a fair amount of set up faff involved in creating a racing partnership!).

Basically, they're sending me the forms to open a Weatherbys account, from where all of our partnership business will be transacted, and also the registration forms for the partnership, which will be called

So, the next step is for me to complete those forms, which will happen by Wednesday (postman permitting), and to fund the account in order that we can purchase a horse.

The July sales are as soon as next week, so we really need to move pretty fast on this. They run from next Tuesday 7th to Thursday 9th.

I've set up the following link for you to join up:

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Secure Your Share In Geegeez Racing Club Here...

You can also find full details of what you get as a club member on that page.

Once you're in, I'll confirm that in writing, and of course follow up with all the news as soon as it's available.

In the meantime, I appreciate you may have some questions, so feel free to post them as comments below, and I'll answer them in the comments too.

I'm currently planning with Julia to have a stable day in August, possibly on Saturday 15th, which would enable us all to go racing in the afternoon. Obviously, I'll share more info on this in due course.

There are only 49 spots available (50 including my share), so if you want to be a part of this exciting new club, you need to act fast.

Read all about the club at the link below, and feel free to ask questions here, via the comments section...

Secure Your Share In Geegeez Racing Club Here...

Let's get this party started!


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19 replies
  1. Lee Walters says:


    Just wondered whether you were aiming to buy a 2 or 3 year old colt or filly etc? Not that it would really matter, but just interested to know.


    • Matt Bisogno says:

      Hi Lee

      We’ll be looking to buy a horse aged 5 or younger, ideally a boy, possibly… erm… de-coupled (i.e. a gelding). What I didn’t mention is that this is the ‘Horses in Training’ sale at Newmarket, which means that the horses already have some known form.

      This is both a good thing and a bad thing. Good as you’re guaranteed a certain level of fitness and ability, meaning we can race the animal pretty much straightaway. Bad, because it means everybody knows the ability and therefore price of the horses.

      In our case, Julia does have some ‘moles’ in some of the bigger Newmarket yards, so the horses they send to the sales we would know a little more about than most.

      Hope that clarifies,

  2. Steve says:

    Hi Matt,

    Is it possible to pay for the share by cheque as I am useless when it comes to paypal.

    Love the idea.

    Regards Steve

    • Matt Bisogno says:

      Hi Steve

      No cheques, I’m afraid. Bank transfer is fine. Email me and I’ll send you my business account details.


  3. Dave Grantham says:

    Hi Guys
    I have just paid for my share and have no way of knowing if I was in the 49 lucky punters?
    If I am not early enough how will I get my dosh back?
    I am looking forward to being more involved with a geegee kinda makes it personal.

    • Matt Bisogno says:


      Thanks! You’re in. Please bear with me, as I’m personally replying to emails, and there’s a fair few of them!

      Will get to you shortly (hopefully before you read this!) 🙂


      p.s. Of course, for those who are too late, I’ll refund them directly.

  4. John Evans says:

    Hi Matt,Would you send me your business account details and I will bank transfer.
    John Evans

  5. Stuart Birkenfield says:

    I do not understand you draw profile selection, Battimoore at Musselburgh, While low draw horses can win, surely it is better to have a high draw over 7 furlongs at this track.

    • Matt Bisogno says:

      Hi Stuart

      This is from the Draw Profiles manual:

      7f Summary: Low-ish (3-6) again has an edge here, with the tight turn after a
      furlong disadvantaging high drawn horses.
      Analysis by Low Drawn Horses
      Stall Wins-Runs Expected +/- (£)
      1 9 – 76 7.77 -12.37
      2 9 – 79 7.97 -18.00
      3 13 – 79 7.98 35.75
      4 8 – 78 7.98 -24.75
      5 11 – 69 7.07 27.83
      6 8 – 76 7.31 3.00

      7 9 – 76 7.16 -20.50
      8 5 – 69 6.32 -33.67
      9 3 – 59 5.05 -24.25
      10 7 – 51 4.22 10.75
      11 3 – 43 3.37 -26.50
      12 4 – 38 2.90 7.75
      13 0 – 24 1.78 -24.00
      14 2 – 19 1.36 5.25

      Battimoore was drawn 4, and was beaten by the funereal pace and the jockey’s insistence in holding the horse up in last, meaning he had to pass all the rivals in a sprint finish.

      Hope that clarifies,

  6. david wagstaff says:

    Hi Matt
    My paypal account is playing up, can you give me details for bank transfer please?
    Many thanks

  7. John S says:

    Hi Matt,
    Please send me your bank details so I can transfer the loot.
    John S

    • Matt Bisogno says:

      Correct Dermot – I nearly put up Ask Jenny each way at Brighton (2.30) but she ran a shocker here last time, so may not handle the track. That said, it wouldn’t surprise me to see her run well.


  8. John S says:

    Hi Matt,
    Did you blog that you are claiming “naming” rights over our purchase or would you be open to suggestions?
    John S

    • Matt Bisogno says:

      Hi John

      We are planning to buy a horse in training, which means it will already be named. The ownership will be in the name of


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