LRS News

NEW JUMPS SEASON OFF TO A FLYER

Friday, 10 May 2019

Our first runner of the 2019-20 National Hunt season won yesterday at Worcester at 20/1. LITTLE STEVIE, ridden by Sam Coltherd was an easy winner of the lucky last on the banks of the River Severn - a 2 mile Conditional Jockey's Handicap Hurdle for which he was sent off joint 7th favourite in the 12 runner field.  Little Stevie is c ...

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Indoor School Already A Winner!

Saturday, 02 February 2019

Today has been a special day at LRS with the opening of our brand new Indoor School. With snow & frost lying on the ground, it has been in use for most of the day proving what a great addition it is going to be to the excellent facilities we already have. Costing £150,000 it has been partly funded by the European Agricultural Fund ...

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5% SHARES IN GREY 2-Y-O FILLY

Wednesday, 30 January 2019

We are offering 5% shares for sale in a racy looking grey filly by Hellvelyn, the sire of top juvenile filly Mrs Danvers (unbeaten in 5 starts). Hellvelyn was a Royal Ascot scorer at two himself & has a 6.06% black-type 2 year old winners to runners (2016-2018) ratio which is better than top class stallions such as Kodiac, Dark Angel, Acclama ...

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FREE RANGE A FIRST FOR STELLA

Saturday, 17 November 2018

FREE RANGE gave Stella Barclay her first winner as a trainer with victory at odds of 20/1 in the Logico Chase over an extended two miles at Newcastle yesterday. Ridden by Sam Coltherd, the 8 year old son of Subtle Power was the 77th winner to be trained here at Lancashire Racing Stables but the first one under Stella's name after being assist ...

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WORK STARTS ON INDOOR SCHOOL

Wednesday, 29 August 2018

Work has started this month on a brand new £150,000 indoor school which will be completed by the end of October in time for the winter. With the help of a generous grant from The European Agricultural Fund For Rural Development, this excellent facility will enable us to exercise horses during the worst of the weather & give us another o ...

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