Introduction to Fractional Ownerships


Trips to the Winner’s Circle are one of the most exciting thrills known to humankind, yet until recently enjoyed primarily by just the wealthy. Now, most sports-minded people can experience the thrill of owning their own racehorse(s) at a price that fits their budget. Wherever you are on the financial scale, you belong in the Winner’s Circle where you will meet new friends and own a part of a horse you love.

You work hard for your money and are entitled to enjoy being a partner in a racehorse. However, before investing, it is imperative you do your due diligence. was developed to assist you with trusted, more credible information so that you can make the perfect choice for you.

The horseracing industry, although governed by individual state governments, does not govern the integrity of fractional partnerships. Consequently, we had the brainstorm to provide potential investors with a one-stop shop that will provide you with as much information that we can gather to help you make the choice that is ideal for you.

The introduction of fractional ownership groups offers everyone the exhilaration of owning a racehorse via a comfortable and affordable way.

As a partner you can enjoy all the rewards of the glory and excitement of horse ownership, whether it be from the comfort of your home, or enjoying the infectious environment of the racetrack. If at the track, you, your friends, and family will be invited to visit your horse at the stable, and have your photo taken in the Winner’s Circle with your horse. Few other sports offer these once-in-a-lifetime opportunities.

The pride and exhilaration of owning a racehorse was once a luxury that only a select few could afford. Fractional partnerships have changed that notion. The equine industry is an ongoing hustling and bustling market, with about 4.6 million Americans being involved in some way, shape, or form with horses.

Horseracing has a historic charisma foreign to other sports. Most people adore horses and competition, a combination which makes a perfect match. These two qualities set horseracing apart, and the good news is that a new method of ownership is building a base of fans that is revolutionizing the sports industry.

The jubilation of horseracing is so great that most states allow children to attend with their family. Harness racing is known as a family sport.

An added benefit is that you can watch your horse(s) race most anywhere on the North American continent from the comfort of your home. No longer is it necessary to spend the time and gas money to drive to your local racetrack, find a parking place, and spend $4.00 for a hot dog. The wonderful world of technology has made it possible to travel to any racetrack in the country from your easy chair.