Thoroughbred partnerships

Fandom Of Cigar Leads Malter, Ironhorse Racing Stable To Work With Mott

The dream for any young sports fan is to be part of a team they admire. Countless NBA championships have been won off a buzzer-beater into a wastebasket, and just as many Super Bowls have been secured in the backyard as one last pass flies through the air before dinner. For a twenty-something Harlan Malter, […]

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Little Red Feather Presents Partners In Racing: Five Questions With Craig Bernick

Craig Bernick is the president and CEO of Glen Hill Farm in Ocala, Fla., where he took over for his grandfather, the late Leonard Lavin, at the young age of 28 in 2008. Craig grew up in Chicago, is a graduate of Tulane University and is currently on the boards of Thoroughbred Owners and Breeders’ […]

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Little Red Feather Presents Partners In Racing: Five Questions With Rick Gold

Rick Gold is a retired Silicon Valley entrepreneur, executive and investor who co-founded four high-tech companies and most recently served as the CEO of CalAmp Corp.  He has extensive experience with board governance, having served on the boards of 20 organizations in the public, private and non-profit sectors.  A Cornell University graduate, he received an […]

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Little Red Feather Presents Partners In Racing: Five Questions With Mark Martinez

Mark Martinez, founder of the M2 Technology company, became involved in Thoroughbred racing around 2005. In recent years, he has focused on partnerships through his Agave Racing Stable. Notable horses include: Street Fancy, winner of the Grade 1 Starlet Stakes in 2015; Fault, this year’s G3 Pucker Up winner and Ransom the Moon, who this month earned […]

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Racing partnerships have a presence in the Derby

Cot Campbell’s Dogwood Stables, founded in 1973, is widely regarded as the pioneer of racing syndicates. One of the horses they campaigned was Summer Squall who was second in the 1990 Derby and won the Preakness that year. Recently, racing syndicates have been on the rise and are having an impact in the Triple Crown, […]

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New web Thoroughbred partnership offers $250 price point

Gray Writer, the Principle of StablesOnline.com, a professional management company to be filed with the Delaware Division of Corporations, has announced the formation of a limited liability partnership to acquire seven Thoroughbred colts for the purpose of racing and breeding for pleasure and profit.            StablesOnline.com is taking the concept of crowd funding – […]

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Dogwood Stable President Cot Campbell to retire

W. Cothran (Cot) Campbell, president of Dogwood Stable and originator of the partnership concept in Thoroughbred racing, will no longer form racing partnerships after January 1, but will continue to manage those in existence, the stable has announced. “I suppose my new status could be regarded as ‘semi-retirement.’ However, it may well be that Dogwood—in […]

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Cot Campbell: A Game-Changer

Eventually, someone would have discovered America had Christopher Columbus not “sailed the ocean blue in fourteen hundred and ninety-two.” But ol’ Chris got there first and received all the credit: a federal holiday named in his honor, parades, a day of pride for Italian-Americans. Of course he didn’t live long enough to bask in the […]

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Julie Cauthen named COO of Donegal Racing

Donegal Racing’s President, Jerry Crawford, announced today that Julie Cauthen has been named Chief Operating Officer for the racing partnership.  Cauthen, of Lexington, has served in a variety of positions within the thoroughbred industry including Senior Analyst for EQUIX Biomechanics, Director of Two-Year-Olds in Training Sales for Reynolds Bell Thoroughbred Services, and as owner of […]

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