LRS News

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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PUG ALMOST MAKES HISTORY!

Thursday, 26 July 2018

BERTILATETHANNEVER (stable name Pug) almost became the biggest EVER priced winner of a flat race when having made all the running in a 6 furlong Novice event at Newcastle on 24th July he was collered in the final furlong finishing a close up third behind two highly rated rivals. Ridden with great dash by former jump jockey Paddy Aspell, the gelde ...

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MELABI SHORT HEADED AT BEVERLEY

Tuesday, 10 July 2018

Melabi almost gave Stella Barclay her first winner as a trainer when Melabi was beaten a short head by the Joe Fanning ridden Claramara (trained by Mark Johnston) at Beverley on Friday night. Ridden by our former apprentice Callum Rodriguez, the gelded son of Oasis dream was held up towards the rear on the inside rail for much of the mile & a ...

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HOW MUCH IS ENOUGH

Saturday, 23 June 2018

There are two 25% shares available either to buy or lease in How Much Is Enough, a good looking 7 year old mare by Moon Ballet out of a Slip anchor mare. Formerly trained in Ireland by Michael Hourigan, 'How Much' was beaten a neck in a point-to-point at Loughrea in October, 2016. She picked up an injury last Spring but is now ready to ...

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