Being a small syndicator we have decided to focus on trainers that we believe bring value to racing syndicates by offering good value training solutions whilst also delivering consistent results to investors. As a result we have chosen Jason Deamer (on the right in the photo) as our primary trainer.
Newcastle trainer Jason Deamer is in his 16th year as a full-time trainer, after a short riding career when his weight got the better of him, with Racing NSW granting him his licence in 2002. Jason is a third-generation horseman and followed the career path set by his grandfather Carl and father John - both too were jockeys. Jason was a successful apprentice with his father (who also migrated into training later in his career) and then moved to Rosehill ride for Jack and Allan Denham at Rosehill. Leaving, the Denham stable when his lanky frame began to fill out, Jason returned home to Newcastle and began riding work for Newcastle’s premier trainer at the time, Max Lees. It was there as Lees’ main work rider, Deamer forged an association with prominent owner David Throsby who encouraged him to apply for his trainer’s licence.
Today Deamer now maintains a stable of 25 at his Broadmeadow base making good use of those facilities including their swimming pool. At the conclusion of the 2017/18 racing season Deamer had saddled-up 23-individual winners, from 139 runners, with 73 of them earning a cheque – overall horses under his guidance earned more than $500,000 exemplifying returns to their owners.