Your chance to part own the Lancashire Life racehorse
PUBLISHED: 11:42 27 February 2020 | UPDATED: 11:42 27 February 2020
Sarah G Ascough
Meet Lancashire Life. This beautiful two-year-old filly could have a big a future - and you could be a part of it.
Her name is Lancashire Life and we're looking for investors to join a syndicate to help fund her training, and share in her winnings at the end of the season.
Her father, Coach House, was very speedy and won two races and finished second at Royal Ascot. Since retiring to stud he has already sired one top class performer in Summer Sands who was sold late last year for a record 625,000 guineas having originally cost just £2,000 before he had raced. Her mother was Betty's Pride who won four races in her career, all over the minimum trip of five furlongs.
Paul said: 'She is bred to be fast and is likely to be a sprinter running over five and six furlongs.
'We are just finishing the breaking in process and with luck she will have her first race in May or June.'
We're looking for investors who will make a fixed monthly contribution of £95 from March to December - which will cover her training fees, racing expenses and other costs, such as fees for vets and farriers.
Investors who make all ten payments will recieve five per cent of her prize money and can visit the yard at Barnacre as often as they like to see her train. Each time she runs, they will be entitled to an owner's badge, giving access to the parade ring and winner's enclosure.
To register your interest, or find out more, email email@example.com.
* This isn't the first racehorse to share our name. The first Lancashire Life won one of his 27 races, in June 1995 at Carlisle.