"Fleeing to Franklin" - Meet Lubna
At just six days each year, Kentucky Downs hosts one of the shortest thoroughbred horse racing meets in North America. Though short, the six day meet features more than $10 million in purses, with a nation-leading average of over $2 million in purses per day.
In partnership with Meah-Lloyd Bloodstock, LBB Stables is now part owner of talented 3yo Euro filly, Lubna. She was recently purchased at the Tattersall's July Sale for $50,000 from Shadwell Stables, after amassing a record of 1 win, and 1 second from five starts.
She heads to Kentucky later this month and will be led by rising training sensation, Anna Meah, with hopes to make her US debut at Kentucky Downs in September. Not familiar, with Anna? Catch up here - https://www.thoroughbreddailynews.com/meah-adding-horsepower-to-chrome-finish/
Lubna is very well-bred for the turf. Her sire, Mustajeeb, won 4 times including three Group 3's (Ascot, Curragh, Leopardstown), and finished 6th in the 2014 Breeders Cup Mile. Her dam, Muwakleh, had a brief but successful career that included a 2nd in the Group 1 Thousand Guineas at Newmarket. There's plenty of success throughout her bloodlines which gives us plenty of excitement and hope for her career in the US.
Brighton - July 2nd
Doncaster - June 22nd
Partnership Opportunities: LBB Stables currently owns 40% of Lubna with potential for a greater share. Fully-detailed pricing plans have been developed and are ready for distribution. Each plan includes cost of claim, FOUR months of training fees, and a 10% LBBS management fee. We'll also provide details on potential debut race.
Gold Partner - $2,900 for 10% of LBB's ownership (4% overall), and will be involved in key decisions.
Silver Partner - $1,500 for 5% of LBB's ownership (2% overall), and will have full transparency in racing decisions and frequent weekly communication.
Bronze Partner - $800 for 2.5% of LBB's ownership (1% overall), and all of the same benefits as our Silver partners.
If you don't see a price point that works for you, please let us know so that we can try to accommodate if we're able to.