Maybe The Last Time is our flagship racing club! Since 2013, their distinctive blue and yellow colours (based on Leeds Rhinos) have been carried to victory by some of our most popular horses, including Danceintothelight, Politbureau, Rhythm Of Sound and Shalamzar.
For an all inclusive price of £80 per month - that's just £20 per week - we can give you an experience to remember, as you'll immediately be a part of one of the friendliest and most committed teams in the business. The club horses are carefully selected so that you'll have runners all year round, both on the Flat and over jumps.
As a member, you will receive the following benefits:
• An owner’s badge whenever one of your horses runs, giving you access to the owners and trainers facilities for the full day
• The opportunity to join us in the parade ring before and after your horses run. Here you will get to talk to the trainer, the jockey, and you will be the first to get the post-race reactions
• Stable visits
• A chance to see your horses exercising on the gallops
• Regular email updates
• A dedicated Facebook page
The Maybe The Last Time Horses
Shalamzar (FR) 14 Apr 09 ch g Selkirk (USA) - Shalamana (IRE) (Sinndar (IRE))
Bred by the Aga Khan, dual purpose gelding Shalamzar is a loveable enigma who is prone to throwing in the odd bad run but is also perfectly capable on his day, as he proved when coming with a flying late challenge to win on the Flat at Haydock in 2016.
He was similarly strong at the finish when he won over hurdles for the first time at Catterick in December 2017, that was a selling handicap but he's better than that grade and hopefully he can prove that over the coming months.
He'll continue to be campaigned over middle distances on the Flat and in two mile handicap hurdles, his wins for Maybe The Last Time have both come with girl jockeys in the saddle so watch out for him in the lady amateurs' races!
Inchcolm (IRE) 28 Feb 10 br g Presenting - Rose Of Inchiquin (IRE) (Roselier (FR))
Former point to pointer Inchcolm is a lightly raced staying handicap chaser who has finished second five times in his nine completed starts over fences.
He was first past the post at Market Rasen in 2016 but was disqualified for causing interference to the runner up, he's been very unlucky in his short career so far and it's become a bit of an obsession to see him finally get his head in front!
He has stacks of ability but he's still maturing and when he does win a race he could well go on to run up a sequence, you'll soon fall in love with him and you could be there when he visits the winner's enclosure for the first time!
Rhythm Of Sound (IRE) 09 May 10 ch g Mahler - Oscarvail (IRE) (Oscar (IRE))
Another former pointer, Rhythm Of Sound took seventeen races to get off the mark but he proved that he knows exactly where the winning post is with an emphatic success at Leicester in November 2017, which he followed up with another win at Sedgefield a week later.
To be fair to him it took us a while to find his best trip but we now know that he's a two miler and he'll continue to be campaigned in handicap chases over that sort of distance with the potential for plenty more to come.