“a sure fire winner waiting to happen”
Lady Kyria – by Holy Roman Emperor (IRE) – Segesta (IRE)
Lady Kyria was bought by our ultra-shrewd and bang in form trainer, Phil Kirby. This three time winner in France has been desperately unlucky in her first two runs in the UK. She was close up in third and staying on well until she fell at the last fence at Catterick on her debut run, and was third on her second run in the UK when she slipped on the bend entering the home straight (whilst on the bridle). Lady Kyria is a sure fire winner waiting to happen!
She is a nicely bred filly that has proven winning success on the racetrack already and has potential to improve even further from what she has already achieved.
Her sire, Holy Roman Emperor, owned by Aidan O’Brien, ran exclusively in Class 1 Company winning three of his six starts. Winning races including the group 1, Prix Jean-luc Lagarde Criterium at Longchamp, The Group 1 Independent Waterford Wedgwood Phoenix Stakes and the Group 2 Anheuser-busch Adventure Parks Railway Stakes, resulting in a prize total of over £500,000. This sire comes from an eye-catching bloodline, including the famous Secretariat.
Lady Kyria’s Pedigree
This filly was foaled in February 2014 by Segesta, who has herself been a two-times winner and foaled two further winners. The sire of this filly, Holy Roman Emperor, was a four time winner, only being raced six times throughout his career.
This filly’s Bloodline is exceptional with her Great Grandfather – Secretariat.
Lady Kyria’s Bloodline
Training and Race History
Lady Kyria is now available for syndication.
This horse is immediately available for syndication and shares can be purchased from 5%. Training fees apply and are detailed below.
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Shares above 15% may also be available: please contact us for a proposal.
Shares in our syndicates are offered purely for the enjoyment of horseracing lovers and should not be considered an investment.