Little Red Feather Racing

The Friday Show Presented By The MATCH Series: Responding To Challenges

With horse racing under a microscope because of increased awareness of equine fatalities at Santa Anita earlier this year, regulators and stakeholders in California have responded with a series of changes to medication rules and safety protocols that appear to have lowered fatality rates and are gaining nationwide attention. In this week’s edition of The […]

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Longshot Fault Scores For New Connections In Buena Vista

Under patient handling from an upstart Geovanni Franco, longshot Fault charged home to take Saturday’s Grade II, $200,000 Buena Vista Stakes by one length. Trained for the first time by Phil D’Amato, Fault, who was previously based in the Midwest, got a mile on turf in 1:33.49 and won going away. Sixth in a field […]

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Little Red Feather Racing Starts Second Racing Partnership Through Crowdfunding

After successfully becoming the first racing club to create a thoroughbred partnership through equity crowdfunding, Little Red Feather is launching its second racing partnership through crowdfunding, it was announced today. New for 2018, the LRF Thoroughbred Fund II (“Fund”) will provide the opportunity for racing aficionados to pursue racehorse ownership under the same platform as […]

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Por Amor Al Purasangre: La Increíble Historia de Tooreen Dancer

NOTA: El trabajo que presentamos a continuación es la traducción de una historia publicada el 20 de Julio por Gary Fenton, socio y manager de Little Red Feather Racing Club, un sindicato dedicado a la adquisición y manejo de caballos de carrera basado en California. El relato fue tan impactante que le pedimos su autorización para […]

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Batter Up! Mike Smith, Doug O’Neill Among Racing Celebs In Charity Softball Game

LRF Cares, a non-profit group dedicated to providing aftercare for retired racehorses, will host its first Celebrity Softball Game, featuring Hall of Fame jockey Mike Smith and two-time Kentucky Derby-winning trainer Doug O’Neill. The game is scheduled for 2 p.m. PT on July 24 at Encinitas Community Park, in Encinitas, California. For those unable to […]

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Cistron Notches Win For Little Red Feather’s Crowdfunding Partnership & Hronis Racing

Cistron, a 3-year-old Kentucky-bred colt by The Factor, provided Hronis Racing and Little Red Feather’s all-new Equity Crowdfunding Partnership with their first collaborative winner, as he took Santa Anita’s first race on Sunday, a $56,000 allowance for 3-year-olds at one mile on turf. Ridden by Luis Contreras and trained by John Sadler, he prevailed by […]

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Little Red Feather Completes First Acquisition Through Crowdfunding Partnership

Little Red Feather Racing (LRF) announced today that under their recently established LRF Thoroughbred Fund (“Fund”), they have acquired a minority ownership share in 3-year-old colt Cistron. Cistron, by The Factor (out of Major Allie), was purchased as a yearling by Hronis Racing LLC and is trained by John Sadler.  The bay colt broke his […]

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Lightstream ‘Training Awesome’ In Preparation For La Brea

Lightstream, winner of the Grade II Raven Run at Keeneland on Oct. 22, will have additional ownership representation when she runs in the Grade I La Brea Stakes for three-year-old fillies on Santa Anita’s opening day next Monday, Dec. 26. Little Red Feather Racing, a major player in California, purchased a share of the daughter […]

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Little Red Feather Racing Purchases Minority Interest In G2 Winner Lightstream

Little Red Feather Racing, California’s largest racing club, has purchased a minority interest in UpHill Stable (Leonard Zenith) and Head of Plains (Sol Kumin) multiple graded stakes winner Lightstream for an undisclosed sum. “Bringing opportunities like this to our great partners is the hallmark of LRF,” said LRF Managing Partner Gary Fenton. “Our partners expect […]

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Gary Fenton Joins Thoroughbred Owners Of California Board

The board of directors of the Thoroughbred Owners of California (TOC) voted to appoint Gary Fenton to fill a vacancy on the board created by the recent resignation of Billy Morey. Fenton, who began his career as an entertainment attorney, is currently the managing partner of Little Red Feather Racing (LRF), one of California’s leading […]

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