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Lacy on the right of her best pal Millie.

It has been a period of transition for Notts Racing as we took the decision to retire Fathom and El Bravo and have moved Mazz, and Leo out of the syndicate.
 
Leo aka Hellbender has been an absolute star for us however he has had a serious of niggling injuries which have prevented us from running him on a regular basis and it is always a last minute decision as to whether he can run which makes it very difficult for his owners.
 
All of the above horses have been a credit to NR and the team at Pinewood and have all won and been placed on numerous occasions.
 
In view of the above we have been on the look out for a new horse and after several visits to the sales we came to the conclusion that our next venture was right there under our nose as we  had taken a real liking to one of the foals bred by Shaun and born at the stable , therefore we decided to purchase her.
 
Her stable name is Lacy and she  is a very sweet filly out of Agooda by Multiplex, she was foaled in April 2015, she is full sister to Agadoo who won for Shaun as a 2yo ( We landed a touch) and finished a good 3rd at 50/1 in a good Donny maiden.
 
Multiplex (UK) - Agooda (UK) (Rainbow Quest (USA))
 
Shaun really likes her and advised us to buy her and we think that she could be an early type as her family tend to turn out 2 year old winners. 
 
The purchase price is only £250 per share to cover the stud fees etc, and the cost for the first 2 years would be £1200 from now to Jan 2017 and then a further £1200.
 
If preferred owners can pay £250 plus £110 per month.
 
We have tried to balance the fees over 2 years and all owners will be equal partners, have regular meetings and we will provide accounts on a 6 monthly basis.
 
The above will include everything including entry fees and if we have any money in the kitty after year 2 we will decide what to do at that point in her development
 
The plan is for Lacy is to go into training from Jan 2017.
 
I personally like the idea of experiencing the journey of a racehorse from the beginning and welcome the idea that as an owner you can watch her first gallop, follow her progress every step of the way, and experience the excitment and anticipation of what might be.
 
We would all equally be involved in giving her a racehorse name and other areas of her development and I am sure that we will have lots of fun.
 
If you would like to have a chat and or to arrange a no obligations visit to take a look at her please let me know as it would be great to see you.
 
Lacy is a real beauty and here she is on the right next to her stable mate Tilly.