We are thrilled to announce Derby Day Racing and two-time Breeders’ Cup winning trainer Buff Bradley will be hosting a meet and greet for all those interested in becoming a racehorse owner. You are cordially invited to attend and join us on the backstretch of iconic Churchill Downs on the morning of Saturday, June 2.
The group will watch horses work up close, and then come off the track and head back to the barn. There you will see firsthand Buff’s stable, operation, and all the people that take such good care of the horses on a daily basis.
Doughnuts and coffee will be served, as you meet the team from Derby Day Racing, including Buff and his staff, and talented bloodstock agent, Josh Stevens.
Please come armed with questions for the team about how you can get involved, and specifically about the current two-year-old partnership. Most of all, be ready to have a great morning behind the scenes one of America’s finest racetracks.
Historically, horse racing has been considered a past time of royalty. Its designation as “The Sport of Kings” has given many the impression that involvement of the average blue collar worker was impossible, with cost being the primary barrier to entry.
While that may have been the case
Have you ever thought about what it would be like to see your horse in person, as they sprint to the wire ahead of the pack? Perhaps it has been just a dream, but now there is more opportunity than ever. Would you like to know a little more about becoming an owner through racing partnerships?
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Written by Steve Haskin
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Our goal with our first partnership is to hit a home run. We will target two-year-olds who we believe have the potential to win at two, but even more
At Derby Day Racing, the goals are simple:
– Bring more people into this great game
– Have fun
– Win races
– Take care of the horses.
Derby Day Racing believes in multi-horse