Richard Lundy spent six years as an assistant to Hall of Fame trainer Charlie Whittingham. He went on to train for Virginia Kraft Payson and won the 1984 Travers Stakes with Carr De Naskra. He was hired by Allen Paulson to train his horses the day after the 1988 Breeders' Cup at Churchill Downs. The following year, Lundy won 15 stakes and $3 million and had the 1989 Eclipse Award winner as the nation's best older horse in Blushing John. In addition, he trained Jade Hunter, who won both the Donn Handicap and Gulfstream Park Handicap in 1988; Opening Verse, 1991 Breeders' Cup Mile winner; Fowda, 1991 Hollywood Oaks and Monmouth Oaks winner, and Dinard, 1991 Santa Anita Derby winner. After retiring from training he partnered with Dr. Steven Allday in the creation of LubriSyn. Dr. Allday is considered a top specialist in the area of lameness in horses. The only active ingredient in LubriSyn is hyaluronan. Hyaluronan (HA) is naturally found in our body as part of synovial fluid, the viscous substance that cushions and lubricates your joints. Synovial fluid allows two adjacent cartilage caps to glide upon one another with minimal friction. It is currently being used by many of the top trainers in the country.