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Racehorse Trader back up and running after being purchased

Ed Babington and Alice Lukey-Smith's venture will focus on sales listings

Racehorse Trader is now back up online
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Racehorse Trader is back up and online after being purchased by Ed Babington and Alice Lukey-Smith, the online marketplace has announced. 

With a number of enhancements being made to the website the focus will now be on sales listings, providing owners with a flexible option for listing their horses, breeding stock and shares. 

Babington said: “We are excited to relaunch the Racehorse Trader website. We have a good, loyal client base and are looking forward to offering them the ability to list their horses and shares for sale at a time that suits them.

“As an owner myself, having the ability to sell a horse at a time that suits you is so important. The listing also provides owners with a good value and flexible outlet for selling their horses.

“As we launch, we have a number of exciting lots listed for sale and moving forward we will continue to develop the website and our audience.”

Racehorse Trader has been a long-standing feature of the bloodstock industry, having been launched in October 2012 by its former owner Michael Harris.  


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As we launch, we have a number of exciting lots listed for sale and moving forward, we will continue to develop the website and our audience
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