Harraton Court Stables is glad to offer a bay yearling filly by Group 1 winning sire ACLAIM, whose first crop this year has seen some top class fillies such as CACHET, recent 3rd in the Gr.1 Fillies Mile and 4th in the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies. The filly is also from the same family as MUTAMAM, a Gr.1 winner in Canada and a seven-time Group winner.
The yearling is a great mover already at this early stage of her career and has plenty of scope to develop into a nice racehorse. She should be ready for racing fairly quick into the 2022 turf season. This Tattersalls October Yearling Sale graduate is a 100% GBB filly, which qualifies her for a £20,000 bonus for every win in a GBB race. £15,000 of the bonus goes to the trainer & owner – which ensures a good return on investment for every win.
The share class currently available is outlined below:
A 5% share of the filly for £1,500 which includes all costs/fees of the horse for a year (in effect as from 1 January 2022). As from 1 January 2023, a monthly fee of £100 will be required for the costs/fees for every 5% owned. Harraton Court Stables reserves the right to end the ownership agreement for accrued monthly fees three months into the payment period (end of March 2023).
Share price: £600 for 1% ownership share in Lilkian which includes all costs for the first year.
Lilkian has previously won 7 races and of that, he secured a hat-trick of wins and a double. He is the tough sort who is starting to reach his level of form as to last year. Lilkian was the Harraton court stables first runner and first winner.
Harraton Court Stables is an exciting new racing and training operation, led by top international Group 1 winning jockey Darryll Holland as head trainer, alongside six-time champion jockey Kieren Fallon.
Nestled in the heart of British racing country, a stone’s throw from the headquarters of thoroughbred racing, Harraton Court Stables lies in the village of Exning, less than three miles northeast of Newmarket.
Harraton Court Stables was built during the 1880s by John George Lambton, the third Earl of Durham and a major figure in the history of horse racing. Located in the village of Exning, less than three miles northeast of Newmarket.
Membership with Harraton Racing offers the opportunity to enjoy the perks of owning a thoroughbred racehorse yourself, without the risk, associated costs, and administration of having to buy a whole horse yourself.