Clowance One.

£300 per 5%/150 per 2.5%

Starter Edition

19$ per year
    • Item 1

Starter Edition

49$ per month
    • Item 1

Description

Ontoawinner are always looking for opportunities to add winners numbers to the board. Lawrence Mullaney is on the crest of a wave right now and Clowance One fits the bill of a horse ready to run, who will run at all the big tracks for good prizemoney trained by a trainer in a rich vein of form.

The 6-y-0 Clowance One, by Oasis Dream, is rated 89 so is a high profile handicapper. He can run on turf and all weather and after this seasons flat turf season where he can go to all the big tracks north and south, he can then race all winter on the all weather surfaces up and down the country.

He races from 1m4f to 2m, and is a real trier. He has won over £20k in prizemoney and races in  all the feature staying races. He is working really well as are all of Lawrence Mullaney’s horses and we are no strangers to success with Lawrence, and several years ago we paired up to give Freddie Tylicki a 5 timer when we sent Mr Mo Jo off a warm favourite and he duly delivered to give us all a memorable day at Newcastle. It’s great to get Lawrence back in the Ontoawinner family from his new fantastic base in Middleham North Yorkshire.

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Pricing

2.5% Share

    • Share Price £150
    • Monthly Fees £70

5% Share

    • Share Price £300
    • Monthly Fees £140

10% Share

    • Share Price £600
    • Monthly Fees £280

Details

Age: 6
Wins: 3
Places: 4
Sire: Oasis Dream
Dam: Clowance
Trainer: Lawrence Mullaney

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Trainer: Lawrence Mullaney

About Lawrence

Lawrence was born and raised in Co. Tipperary in Ireland just a stones’ throw from the famous Coolmore Stud. After leaving school he pursued a career in racing initially becoming a conditional jockey Michael Oliver (who trained West Tip to win the Grand National) and Tommy Stack. To further his career he eventually took the decision to move to England where he was recruited by the great Peter Easterby for whom he worked with for twelve years as conditional jockey and later as Head Lad to Peter’s son Tim Easterby.

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