Spurn Point.

£950 all in per 2.5%

Description

This filly is in training with Lawrence Mullaney and goes nicely. She is tremendous value for money for anyone looking to get involved at only £950 all in per 2.5% for the whole year (2022), monthlies will start form 1st Jan 2023.

Dandy Man is a Group 1 racehorse with a stallions pedigree. He is a multiple Group 1 sire and his offspring always attract the right people into the sales ring. He was a sire of 33, 2-year-old winners in 2019, more than any other stallion. His reputation continues to soar with the likes of Peniaphobia who is a multiple Group 1 winner and a winner of over 3 million in prize money.

The dam – One for June is by Arcano. She won 2 races at 2 years of age over 6 and 7 furlongs.

By a top stallion in Dandy Man out of a dam who won 2 races at 2. Our filly is bred to be a 2 year old and she is real value for anyone wanting to get racing this year as an owner.

This deal will prove popular, get in touch to avoid disappointment.

The is a very classy page for the money and she moves as well as she looks. We dont expect shares to last long. Get in touch if interested.

 

Pricing

Share price below with No Monthly Fees until 1st January 2023

2.5% Share

    • Share Price £950
    • Monthly Fees £75 from 1st Jan 2023

5% Share

    • Share Price £1900
    • Monthly Fees £150 from 1st Jan 2023

10% Share

    • Share Price £3600
    • Monthly Fees £300 from 1st Jan 2023

Details

Age: 2
Wins: unraced
Places: unraced
Sire: Dandy Man
Dam: One For June
Trainer: Lawrence Mullaney

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Share prices include: Purchase price, sales house & bloodstock agents commission, vetting and transport. Naming rights are available with a 15% share purchase. One free Owners and Trainers race day badge with a 2.5% share, two free badges with 5% and over.

Breeding



Trainer: Lawrence Mullaney

About Lawrence

KR

Lawrence was born and raised in Co. Tipperary just a stones’ throw from the famous Coolmore Stud. He initially became a conditional jockey Michael Oliver (who trained West Tip to win the Grand National) and Tommy Stack.

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