Affordable Race Horse Ownership
With Micro-Shares you can compete at the highest level for a fraction of the cost
Can I really make money by investing in a racehorse?
Yes! Your horse company is a for-profit entity. If the horse is ultimately profitable—which is measured against the cost of purchasing the horse, training, and maintenance, and other costs associated with operating the horse series company—you can expect to receive a dividend. Of course, there’s no guarantee that the horse will turn out to be profitable and in many cases horses are not profitable.
What are the risks of buying a micro share?
Horses are living, breathing, fragile animals and no guarantees can ever be made about the outcome of an investment in a racehorse. Most investments lose money, some break even, a few are profitable, and a select few are extremely profitable. We are here to provide a marketplace to make investing safe, secure and fun, but we are not removing the risk from racehorse ownership.
What are the benefits of buying a micro share?
Our goal is to enrich the horse racing experience for each investor. In addition to having an equity interest in the horse, we offer regular updates on how your horse is doing, free backside tours, farm tours, and events during morning workouts so you can watch your horse and chat with the trainer. When the horse races, you can gain access to the Winner’s Circle and enter a raffle for paddock access. We also have premium (paid) events on race day including owner-exclusive parties.
What does it mean to "Indicate Interest"?
When you click the Indicate Interest button, you’ll be added to our early access mailing list. We’ll send you an email before the offering is available to the public with a link to purchase shares. Emails are sent out in batches starting with those who Indicated Interest first, so the sooner you click Indicate Interest the sooner you’ll be given an opportunity to invest.
Why do I have to pay a transaction fee if I pay with Credit Card or PayPal?
Our goal is to make horse ownership affordable for everyone. Rather than build the 3.5% transaction fee into our price, we’d like to give customers the option to avoid those fees by using a less expensive payment option like an ACH.