CURRENT OFFERINGS

 

We have a number of Current Offerings listed below for horse racing syndicates and breeding syndicates with horses at such tracks as Emerald Downs, northern California (Golden Gate), southern California (Del Mar, Hollywood Park and Santa Anita), Illinois (Arlington and Hawthorne), Texas (Houston, Lone Star and Retama), Oklahoma (Remington and Will Rogers), Louisiana (Delta Downs, Evangeline, Fair Grounds and Louisiana Downs) and others. We often have “loose” shares available in small lots in horses not listed, so please e-mail if you have particular interest not listed. We’re always on the lookout for private purchase and claiming opportunities, as well, and feel to inquire about what’s going on behind-the-scenes.

Whether you’re an experienced owner or a rookie looking for your first adventure in horse race ownership, we’d love to hear from you.  We take the time to answer all your questions so you can make a good, informed decision.  We appreciate the opportunity to help educate new partners on the ownership experience and understand how important it is that you have confidence in your decision and receive all the information to enjoy the experience.


While you can pay a lot more for horses with other public partnership groups, our value-based approach does produce some stakes horses and higher earners at bargain prices compared to the five five and six figure buy-ins from some other partnership groups.  A few of our top earners include Appealing Resume, who initially cost HRC partners $50/share, $254,000 in career earnings; Oh Baby Oh Baby, $125/share, $254,652 stakes winner; Glamoride, $125/share, $140,000 in earnings and multiple stakes-placed; Winter Warlock, homebred at no cost for the $35/share mare owners $110,000 stakes winner.

Our 2017 stakes horses include:

  • Kaabraaj, a former $10,000 claim by HRC, won the $30,000 Luke Kruytbosch at Turf Paradise in sharp wire-to-wire fashion (initial cost was $100/share)
  • Cajun Creed, a two-year-old La-bred, ran third in the $75,000 Shine at Evangeline; second in the $150,000 Louisiana Legacy; third in the $100,000 Louisiana Champions Juvenile  (initial cost was $100/share)
  • Oldtoytrain, a two-year-old AZ-bred, ran second in the $50,000 Arizona Breeder’s Futurity (homebred)

 


HRC253

Desert Mama (Washington-bred two-year-old filly)

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This Washington-bred filly is by millionaire and Breeder’s Cup winner Desert Code out of our Holy Bull mare.  Desert Code is a good, quality California sire and one of his stakes winners won at Emerald.  Holy Mama was a quick mare and a promising young broodmare for us with a very quick filly already to her credit.

She’s in the barn of Tim McCanna.  She posted some good breezes, but wasn’t mature enough to make it to the races over the summer, but is now at Golden Gate and training towards her career debut early next year.  The filly is available in 4% units at $500.   For more information or to review the HRC253 Agreement, please Contact Us.

 

 


HRC260

Private Max (Washington-bred)

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This gelding is by Private Gold, stakes winner and one of Washington’s top sires, out of a speedy Capsized mare with all four of her racing aged foals winners.   He’ll be in the barn of Roddina Barrett when he’s ready for racing., likely at the Portland meet.

The gelding is available in 4% units at $400.   For more information or to review the HRC260 Agreement, please Contact Us.

 

 


HRC277

Demon Warlock yearling filly (Washington-bred)

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This Washington-bred filly is by Washington Champion Demon Warlock out of a Cahill Road mare.  The filly is a half-sister to a promising two-year-old Bellastime, twice runner-up in Emerald MSW company.

The filly has completed the early breaking and training process and if all goes well next season, will debut next summer at Emerald.  She’s offered in 3% units at $300 with no assessments until January 2018.  For more information or to review the HRC277 Agreement, please Contact Us.

 


HRC223

Colonel John yearling filly (California-bred)

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This filly is a homebred California-bred yearling filly by Colonel John out of a flashy Holy Bull mare.  Colonel John was a top race horse, multi-grade I winner of $1.7 million on the track.  With five crops to the races, he’s sired at least 14 stakes winners with earnings over $15 million, including several graded stakes winners.

The filly is the first out of an Allowance winning Holy Bull mare out of a deep and strong family.  Holy Bull is recognized as one of the 100 race horses of all time and has been a tremendous sire and broodmare sire.   The dam was a $75,000 sales baby, representative of the strength of the family.

The filly will be trained by Tim McCanna.  She’s a May foal and will continue to grow and mature.  She’s already been broken and completed the early stages of training at McCanna farm, doing very well.  She’s available in minimum 3% units at $480, which includes assessments through 2017.    For more information or to review the HRC223 Agreement, please Contact Us.


HRC296

Can the Man yearling colt (Louisiana-based)

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This striking colt is by Kentucky sire Can the Man out of a six-figure stakes-placed mare and a half-brother to a six-figure, stakes-placed filly.

The colt is from Can the Man’s first crop of babies, which have been very well received in the market and have averaged about $25,000 at auction.  He was bred to nearly 250 mares in the first two years, one of the biggest date cards in the country.  At the track, he was a fast sprinting stakes winner and one of few to beat California Chrome.  he’s a son of Into Mischief, the country’s 11th leading sire this year and sire of three Champions.

The colt is out of a $153,488 stakes-placed mare and a $145,309 stakes-placed producer among her many winners.  The first dam was a $25,000 sales baby.  This is the female family of graded stakes horses Franchise Player ($394,427) and Closed Escrow ($277,724).

We were in the right place at the right time to buy this colt in Louisiana right after hurricane Harvey and with most of the buyers being local, they were unfamiliar with this and other, newer out-of-state sires and he slipped through at a huge discount to his value.

The colt will be trained by Sam Breaux.  A good-sized and mature looking youngster, he’s been broken and is continuing on with his early training.  He’s available in minimum 4% units at $480, which includes assessments through 2017.    For more information or to review the HRC296 Agreement, please Contact Us.


HRC299

Goldencents yearling filly (California-based)

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This filly is by grade I stakes winner of over $3 million Goldencents, a six-times graded stakes winner and Breeder’s Cup Dirt Mile winner.  She’s out of a Hard Spun mare from the family of millionaire Champion Sacahuista and grade II millionaire and sire A P Arrow.  She’ll be in the barn of trainer Tim McCanna on the California circuit.

She’s been broken and is wrapping up the early training process at McCanna farm.  The filly is available in 3% units at $420 with no assessments until January 2018.   For more information or to review the HRC299 Agreement, please Contact Us.


 


cclogo Horseplayers Racing Club, LLC, is an authorized, registered credit card merchant through our bank.  In addition to check or money order, partners may make initial purchases on their Mastercard, Visa or Discover cards. A 3% processing fee will be added to credit card purchases to offset the processing charges on our end. All HRC members have the option to block future use of credit cards on their accounts and we strongly encourage responsible spending.

7 thoughts on “CURRENT OFFERINGS

  1. Hello,

    I am interested in joining your Southern California partnerships. If possible, please provide me with more information regarding any partnerships available.

    Thank you

    Josh A

  2. Hi Scott;

    I contacted you a while back but never
    bought. I am back in the game and would an interested in HRC152.

    I have $2,000 or so to play with. Is this
    enough to buy a share for a couple years?

    Thanks,
    Tom Headlee
    tomheadlee1@msn.com

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