Who We Are

“I’ve been with Quantum Leap Racing for four years. I’ve been really impressed with their knowledge, professionalism and communication. Unlike many syndicates, all costs are laid out and there is total transparency. Quantum Leap Racing have proved on several occasions they can consistently buy quality horses and event sell them for considerable profit…with some great days out along the way!” 

– Ged Shields, Member. 

Quantum Leap Racing is a thoroughbred racehorse syndicate whose main aim is to compete at the top level. We buy yearlings to progress with age and run over the Classic distances. Buying progressive horses offers the best ownership experience, as well as opportunities for resale to countries such as Australia and Hong Kong.

Syndicates and partnerships are an increasingly popular way to get involved in racehorse ownership. We appeal both to those for whom the expense involved in outright ownership is prohibitive and those who prefer to spread their outlay amongst a number of horses. As well as improving the odds of success, joint ownership can increase the enjoyment by sharing the experience with a group of friends and like-minded enthusiasts. 

Quantum Leap Racing has a great track record, both racing and selling, from purchasing a small number of yearlings each year. In 2022 we have thirteen horses in training, five of which are two-year-olds. Our eight older horses include a potential Ascot Gold Cup competitor and a three-year-old filly who will be aimed at the top races in the autumn.

By partnering with us, you can increase your chances of owning a good horse – we have the statistics to back it up. Our horses are bought specifically for our syndicates and with a specific objective in mind.

We take great care of our members and provide a range of benefits such as social events, visits to stallion farms, racing yards and much more to ensure you have a wonderful ownership experience. If you’d like to own a runner at Royal Ascot, Glorious Goodwood, Newmarket’s July meeting, York’s Ebor Festival, Chester’s May meeting or even the Melbourne Cup Carnival, we’re the team to join!

Quantum Leap Racing adheres to the BHA Syndicate Code of Conduct.

Our Team

Eamonn O’Connor

Eamonn is the founder and Managing Director of Quantum Leap Racing. An experienced business manager with board-level experience and particular expertise in the financial services and investment sector, he grew up in an Irish family and inevitably spent his Saturdays with the races on the tele! After decades of watching the sport from the outside, Eamonn had his first experience of ownership in 2011 before running a few successful breeze-up pinhooking syndicates from 2015. It was the repeated success of those breeze-up horses on the racecourse (if not in the sales ring) that prompted Eamonn to set up a racing syndicate to maximise the return on the yearlings being purchased.

Jeremy Brummitt

Jeremy is responsible for buying our yearlings. Jeremy is an experienced and well-known bloodstock agent. His expertise extends across all aspects of the thoroughbred industry having worked on breeding farms and in training establishments around the world. He has an outstanding track record in buying elite racehorses, both for investment and racing purposes. Jeremy’s successes include the purchase of St Leger winner Masked Marvel and G1-winning stallion Russian Camelot.

Niall O’Connor

Niall is responsible for the day-to-day running of the syndicate, from communicating with trainers and owners, to organising one of our many events or stable visits. Niall studied Economics & Politics at the University of Leeds alongside working in training yards. Since graduating he’s immersed himself in the world of horse racing, working for trainers, stud farms and auction houses across the world before completing the prestigious Godolphin Flying Start programme, of which he is a recent graduate.

Our Trainers

Danny O’Brien
Having worked alongside some of Australia’s leading trainers, Danny O’Brien took out his license in 1995 and began a stable with one horse at Epsom called Mat Hatter.Mad Hatter gave Danny O’Brien his first Metropolitan winner at Sandown before going...
David Menuisier
David Menuisier is a French-born racehorse trainer based at Coombelands Racing Stables, the state-of-the-art equine facility in Pulborough, England. He has rapidly become an international Gr1 winning trainer, having won races in the UK, France, Germany, Sweden and Australia. Having...
David O’Meara
Following a successful career as a jump jockey, David began his training career in June 2010. Since then he has managed to produce over 850 winners while achieving totals of over 100 winners in the past 6 seasons. Along with...
David Simcock
David is a proven, top class trainer based in Newmarket. Stabled at Trillium Place and Revida Place, he has enjoyed success at the top level across the globe: Royal Ascot, British Champions Day, the Dubai World Cup Festival and in...
James Ferguson
James Ferguson trains out of Saville House Stables in Newmarket. He brings a wealth of knowledge to the table, having served his time under Racing greats such as Sir Mark Prescott and Jessica Harrington. Albeit a fresh face to the trainings...
Kevin Philippart de Foy
Kevin is a rising star in the training ranks. A Belgian native, Kevin gained experience working for Criquette Head before spells as assistant trainer Christophe Clement and most recently James Fanshawe. Kevin took out his training license in November 2020,...
Ralph Beckett
Ralph Beckett runs Kimpton Down stables in Hampshire. A multiple G1 winning trainer, he has trained no fewer than 3 Classic winners.  Ralph has been on our training roster since we had our very first horse in training (Archie Mckellar),...

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