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What does GROG stand for?

GROG stands for Goodwood Racehorse Owners Group (UK)


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Bought for the Goodwood Racehorse Owners Group (Grog) by Richard Frisby at the same venue when a 27,000gns Book 2 yearling, the son of Jeremy then went on to do the 150 syndicate members proud, winning and finishing placed twice before earning a careerhigh rating of 99 when fourth in the Listed Noel Murless Stakes.
Stoute is creeping back into form after a moderate season by his standards and his Uriah Heep led home a one-two for owner Sir Robert Ogden in the Goodwood Racehorse Owners Group Maiden Stakes.
Away trip pays off Before heading for the meeting on their 'home' course last night, many of the 160 members of the Goodwood Racehorse Owners Group made a detour to Wiltshire to see the John Dunlop-trained Goodwood Atlantis win the first leg of the 7f juvenile maiden.
Away trip pays off Before heading for the meeting on their 'home' course last night, many of the 160 members of the Goodwood Racehorse Owners Group made a detour to Wiltshire to see the John Dunlop-trained Goodwood Atlantis win the first leg of the 7f juvenile maiden.
John Dunlop's filly races for the near 200 enthusiasts involved in the 17th Goodwood Racehorse Owners Group, and their organiser, Gail Brown, will next week launch the 18th syndicate.
It is acknowledged within racing that Goodwood Racehorse Owners Group is one of the most sociable syndicates around.