Stake In World’s Best Horse To Be Sold

Name your price!

A 2.5 per cent interest in the world’s best racehorse is up for grabs as Lane’s End Farm and Keeneland have combined forces to offer the percentage in Flightline.

An undefeated son of Tapit who boasts a current official rating of 139, Flightline has earned nearly $1.4 million in prize-money and is being aimed at the Breeders’ Cup Classic at Keeneland on November 5.

He will retire to stand at Lane’s End in Versailles, Kentucky after he finishes racing.

Flightline – an opportunity of a lifetime (Pic – Benoit / Del Mar Racing Club)

The stake will be auctioned at the start of the Keeneland November Breeding Stock Sale on Monday, November 7 and those interested must register 24 hours in advance, having established credit with Keeneland, and met any additional requirements as Keeneland or Lane’s End may request.

The opportunity to buy in is offered by West Point Thoroughbreds, one of five ownership groups in Flightline, and is expected to be the only chance to buy into the four-year-old before he retires to stud.

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