LEXINGTON, Ky. &ndash; KNC Investments, a group involving Jerry Jamgotchian that has offered to purchase interests in Lane&rsquo;s End stallions Lemon Drop Kid and Kingmambo, has filed a motion in Kentucky&rsquo;s Woodford County Circuit Court in hopes of clearing the way for the horses&rsquo; syndicate members to consider their offer.KNC Investments filed a motion this week to lift a temporary restraining order that Lane&rsquo;s End Stallions received from the court on Sept. 15. Lane&rsquo;s End contended that shareholders Ashley Andrews and Robert Raphaelson did not provide adequate information about the offers&rsquo; terms and that they violated terms of their syndicate agreements by accepting KNC Investments&rsquo; offers without offering other shareholders a right of first refusal. Lane&rsquo;s End also alleged that Jamgotchian, who says he is a minority investor in KNC, violated Kentucky&rsquo;s law against undisclosed dual agency, in which a person receives payment from both buyer and seller in the same transaction without disclosing his dual role to all parties.The day after Lane&rsquo;s End received the restraining order, Jamgotchian and KNC disclosed Jamgotchian&rsquo;s commission as $50,000 for each purchase, from which he will pay expenses. Jamgotchian and KNC contend that Lane&rsquo;s End is &ldquo;concealing and withholding these offers from all of their syndicate members,&rdquo; said Jamgotchian.&ldquo;The defendants Andrews and Raphaelson have met all of their obligations under the syndicate agreements, and the defendant KNC is therefore entitled to proceed with its proposed purchase of Andrews&rsquo; and Raphaelson&rsquo;s shares,&rdquo; KNC and Jamgotchian&rsquo;s latest filings said.In related news, Lane&rsquo;s End announced on Sept. 28 that it had pensioned Kingmambo. Two weeks earlier, Lane&rsquo;s End owner Will Farish revealed the 20&#45;year&#45;old stallion&rsquo;s breeding days likely were over because of a recurring neurological problem that made it difficult for the accomplished sire to cover mares.