Vivid Luminosity (stable name Chloe) is a three year old filly and one of our National Hunt horses. Chloe has had a good season so far, finishing 2nd in her debut at Huntingdon in September. We had hoped to take Chloe to race in France this year, but unfortunately this has not yet been possible due to lockdown restrictions.
Chloe’s dam won twice over hurdles in France from seven races, and Hunters Light won 12 times from 27 races including three Group 1’s. See the graphic below for further information on Vivid Luminosity’s breeding.
Vivid Luminosity is an eye-catching horse and very distinctive with her chestnut coat and white blaze. She also won Best Turned Out at Huntingdon, which is a testament to the hard work and dedication of her grooms. Chloe enjoys her dual-aspect stable, and she particularly likes to greet our members from the rear window!
Vivid Luminosity is one of three horses that all our owners are involved in. When you join All Seasons Racing Club, you will receive a 0.1% share in Vivid Luminosity and each of our other two horses (equating to 0.3% share overall).
We offer a fantastic value, affordable alternative to racehorse syndicates. A year’s membership is paid for with just one annual fee, and there are no hidden extras. No trainers’ fees, entry fees or vets’ bills! We offer a fantastic entry-level racehorse ownership experience to people looking to enjoy racehorse ownership in London, Surrey and surrounding areas.
All three of our horses are based with trainer Adam West at Loretta Lodge in Epsom Surrey, so we are within easy reach of London and south east England. However, our horses race at venues up and down the country so we can cater for members who are based further afield.
Ready to begin your racehorse ownership experience? Head to our shares page to purchase your membership online today. If you have any questions please feel free to contact our racing manager John via the contact page.
Trainers quote: "Spirited and flashy, a real eye catcher with a middle-distance pedigree. Positive early workings she should turn her hoof to both flat and hurdles in time. Hardy and game a great club horse given the chance to mature."