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Racehorses for Lease


We always have a selection of racehorses to lease either outright, in shares or via syndication. Maybe a racehorse could even make that perfect gift for someone. It is certainly a great way of advertising a company as there is a possibilty to name the horse and run in your name and colours. So please do not hesitate to contact us on 01638 661434 or at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it , to see if we can help you in any way.

These are free leases, usually with the option to purchase and can be written to suit. But the basic lease is free, you just pay the training and take all the prize money and glory.


There are severals horses in the yard which are available on a free lease with lots of different options concerning ownership. If you are interested in learning more about which horses and what is involved, please give the office a ring on 01638 661434 and we will be delighted to discuss matters further.


A lease can mean the whole horse, or a much smaller share, it all depends how much you want to be involved.


KOIN

Kheleyf ex Tenpence 2YO bay filly

(D.O.B 09.02.15)

Free Lease

79_Koin


93_Koin

The pedigree of Koin 
                                                                                                                   

Koin 
2015 Bay Filly
                  
                                  
first ascendancy
Kheleyf (USA) 
Tenpence  
(2000) 
second ascendancy
Green Desert (USA)  
Society Lady
Bob Back (USA) 
Tiempo
third ascendancy
Danzig (USA)
Foreign Courier (USA) 
Mr Prospector (USA)
La Voyageuse (CAN)
Roberto (USA)  
Toter Back (USA)
King Of Spain
Noddy Time

A strong, very attractive filly who hails from one of Dullingham Park’s original families. She has been pleasing me in everything she has done. The family is full of winners at all sorts of distances, but this filly looks like being quite quick and being by a sprinter, six furlongs to a mile should be ideal.

Update - 24th May:

She has just grown and lengthened since we have started her work and it is typical of what happens with the two-year-olds at this time of year. Some of them will stay small and compact and run quickly, and others will develop and grow as the year goes on. She has done very well and we have started some faster work with her but we need her to be strong and grow into her frame before getting her out onto the track. Saying that, we are very happy with what she has done so far and it may not be as long as we think, possibly sometime in the next 3 weeks to a month that we get her out and racing.

There are a few one-twelfth shares still available in her.