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About Us

Finding Inspiration in Every Turn

Our Process

  • WE select the horses ourselves from operations & people we know and trust. Our team has decades of experience in watching horses.

  • WE choose trainers with whom we have professional AND personal relationships. 

    • We feel comfortable with them and they with us. This allows for exceptional communication because they know that we have knowledge and valuable input. 

    • Horsemen working with Horsemen who share the same values and goals. The horse always comes first, and we select a path that will give the horse the best chance to succeed. 

  • Our team has decades of experience, from weanlings to yearlings and two-year-old sales, and in taking care of people – our partners and our horses.

  • Weekly updates on where our horses are, what they are doing and what races we are targeting.

  • We educate our partners as students of the game. We believe that information is knowledge and knowledge is power. 

  • We do zoom meetings about not only how our horses move and run but all horses.

    • We do zoom meetings to discuss the horses with Rudy and Kim and the horses progress. 

  • We provide monthly financial statements and are 100% transparent as to where every penny is spent.

    • All costs associated with the horses are available on our special “Partner Portal.”

  • WE organize outings to see our horses, go the track, big races, sales events, etc. 

  • Our network of people at various tracks around the country enable us to give you an experience unlike any other.

  • Good horses can come from anywhere and our expert team finds individuals, without breaking the bank,  that possess the qualities that make a good racehorse that can be competitive and earn.  

  • The greatest example was this past Fasig Tipton November sale where two fillies, Shedaresthedevil; $20K RNA at Keeneland as a yearling and Swiss Skydiver, a $35K yearling purchase, brought $5 million for Devil and $4.7 million for Skydiver. 

      

      Monies doesn’t buy class on the track, individuals from all shapes and sizes bring the class on the track and its our job to find, purchase, without breaking the piggy bank, and develop. 

 

         Some work out, some don’t, but like in the classic story of Ms Locust Point, bought for $17K as a short yearling at Keeneland and RNA for $29K at Keeneland yearling later that year, she went on to earn $675K after being sold based on $700K after win in the Gin Talking at Laurel and sold at auction as a broodmare for $425K. That’s a $17K short yearling, making $1.8 million. Bruno found her,  and Rudy, put the touches on her. 

 

Meet Rudy!

 

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