Supreme Racing club collapse is finally on course for resolution
The syndicate club banned by Horse Racing Ireland had 29 horses on its books including Kemboy, the early favourite for the Cheltenham Gold Cup
The fallout from the high-profile collapse of the Supreme Horse Racing Club could be resolved within months, the lawyer working with the shareholders has said.
Thurles-based Patrick Kennedy said he was hopeful that the ownership of the shares in the 29 horses, which were allegedly oversold by Supreme, could be unpicked by April.
“Where you have horses and where you have law, you will always have hiccups,” he told the Business Post. “But I would like...
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