Matt is currently searching for people passionate about horses, his journey, or the sport of eventing who are interested in becoming an owner of an eventing horse.
Matt is fortunate to have three incredibly talented upper level horses at the moment. As he focuses on improving them in the prime of their careers, he is also aware that it is time to look towards building for the future again with an investment in some new and exciting blood, with the ultimate goal of producing the next generation of international championship horses.
Ownership opportunities come in a variety of forms, from being the outright owner of a horse to being a syndicate member that owns a share or shares of a horse or group of horses.
We hope you will consider joining us on what is sure to be an incredible journey.
Matt is also always eager to partner with those who already own a talented horse or prospect.
If you are interested in partnering with East West Training Stables, please contact us to learn more about our exciting ownership and syndication opportunities!
Sponsoring Matt Brown
Sponsoring Matt Brown and owning horses representing the United States on the US Eventing Team has been the highlight of our life with horses.
What Is Syndication?
Horse ownership syndication is when a group of people comes together to purchase a horse for a professional Event rider. The Syndicate is comprised of shares purchased by each member of the group. These shares cover the initial expense of purchasing the horse and the annual cost of maintaining the horse. For example, if you purchase a share of a horse ownership syndicate that offers 10 shares, then you and nine other people will own that Event horse and help cover the expenses of maintaining your horse on an annual basis.
These annual maintenance costs are usually predetermined and are distributed evenly between each share in the syndicate. Each syndicate is unique, meaning that both the initial share price and the annual expenses for maintaining the horse can vary greatly. Additionally, the annual upkeep costs can be paid as a 100% tax-deductible donation, made through Southern California Equestrian Sports. Learn more about thrilling journey of becoming a horse owner through syndication at www.experienceeventing.com.