No problems mate.
Agree re B C. One really has to feel for those who have invested honestly into any of these horses, paid up in good faith and their investment is now likely to be burnt. Those who "invested" into the punting scheme invested into punting, those who invested into these horses actually paid for a share holding in something that did physically exist, a number of them are already runners and winners. I believe a fair chunk of "Jimmy" had already been paid for, by investors direct to BC3.
What a farce. Imagine fronting up with half a mil, being as proud as punch that you thought you had a 10% share of BC's half brother and you now own zero. Or those who have already been racing shares in runners at the track, and now potentially have nothing.
And BC3 were not classified as syndicators. No advertising, no prospectus. Another loop hole.
That's what will actually really burn the industry.