This smart colt has a really good walk and a real touch of star quality about him. He was purchased at Book 2 of the Tattersalls Yearling Sales at Newmarket where he could easily have achieved a sum well in excess of his purchase price. He is by a very successful stallion out of a Listed-winning dam who was second in the Group 1 Moyglare Stud Stakes and third in the Group 1 Prix Marcel Boussac at two - put quite simply, this colt has got it all! Whilst we wouldn't expect him to be a very early sort, he is exceptionally athletic and should be ready to debut mid-summer. This colt is currently unnamed and all owners will be invited make name suggestions.
His sire: LAWMAN is a son of the high-class sire Invincible Spirit and himself was a top racehorse. He won his only appearance at two and at three won the Group 1 Prix du Jockey (French Derby) over 1m 2f and also the Group 1 Prix Jean Prat over 1m. Lawman is the sire of an impressive five individual Group 1 winners to date, including the 2016 St Leger winner Harbour Law, Irish 1,000 Guineas winner Just The Judge, Racing Post Trophy winner Marcel and St James's Palace Stakes victor Most Improved.
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His dam: LUMINATA was a top-class racehorse and the winner of two races as a two-year-old. Trained in Ireland by Jim Bolger, Luminata won a 21-runner 6f maiden at The Curragh and followed up in a 6f Listed race at Leopardstown. She also finished 2nd, beaten only a head, in the Group 1 Moyglare Stud Stakes (7f) at The Curragh and finished her season with a strong third to Six Perfections in the Group 1 Prix Marcel Boussac at Longchamp's Arc meeting. Luminata is the dam of four winners from five runners to date and these include the Listed-placed multiple winner Five Avenue.
Each 5% Share is available for £5700 upfront followed by 21 monthly payments of £145 from 1 April 2018
(The upfront price for purchasing a share of ownership is only payable once upon joining and includes the purchase, veterinary fees, sales & agent commission, transport, farrier, Plus 10 registration (where applicable) and training costs up to 31 March 2018).
The monthly payments (commencing 1 April 2018) include costs of training, farrier, vets, transport & UK racing costs*, owners'/entry badge, no additional payment will be required. If you would prefer to pay these fees in full this can be done at a cost of £2910 (due 1 April 2018), alternatively you can make two payments of £1265 (due 1 April 2018) and £1690 (due 1 January 2019).
10% Shares and larger can be held in joint names and will also entitle you to 2 owners'/entry badges for each run. The maximum share holding for each owner is 40% per syndicate.
This syndicate has an initial term until the end of the 2019 Flat turf season. Subject to satisfactory racecourse performance and/or reports from the trainer, owners will be invited to continue for a further season (2020) under similar terms. *Terms and conditions apply.