Horse in Training Purchases
Buying a horse in training presents a different challenge to that of purchasing an untried yearling. The former’s race record is there for all to see, so one would think that the task would be correspondingly easier.
However, there is still a great deal of skill and judgment required, as not all horses develop at the same rate and not all have the right physical attributes to reproduce their form under conditions they’re unaccustomed to.
The right conformation, a potential for improvement and the psychological strength to handle a complete change of regime are all facets to be considered and Lillingston Bloodstock has proved its ability time and again to identify and source such horses for its exclusive worldwide clientele.
(Winner of the Listed Breeders’ Cup Marathon)
2 Champions, 2 Back-to-back Breeders‘ Cup Winners and Gr.1 winners in 6 different countries
If there is a better all round bloodstock agency in the world I would like to meet them! With their help, I bred a Caulfield cup winner' raced a Queen Elizabeth II and a Turnbull winner, and also won a Breeders’ Cup at Santa Anita… and all in the space of three years!