We bought Lexington Law as a yearling and had him in training with Richard Hannon in his 2 and 3-year-old career. He's a strapping, loose moving son of Lawman, whose dam is by Galileo and she herself won two National Hunt Flat races from just two starts in her racing career.
Rated 82 from the Flat, he was gelded and then moved to Alan King's Barbury Castle to become a dual purpose horse. Alan excels with the limited number of Flat runners he sends out, as well of course as his jumps team!
Syndicate manager update (April 2020): He is well handicapped and ready to strike and wins his fair share every year. Probably received an injudicious ride last time, which may well have cost him the race. A real fun horse, who is a perfect opportunity for a first time owner, to go racing, with a very realistic chance of collecting at least one winner’s trophy, in 2020.
Here's a video of him cantering from Alan: