horse racing partnerships

Remembering Cot Campbell: ‘Endless Gratitude To The Father Of Racing Partnerships’

The racing world reacted with sadness and appreciation when word spread about the death on Saturday of W. Cothran “Cot” Campbell, the master of Dogwood Stable who was widely credited as the creator of shared ownership in racehorses through organized partnerships. Campbell, 91, died at his home in Aiken, S.C., where he and wife Anne […]

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Cot Campbell, 1927-2018: Racing Visionary Revolutionized Horse Ownership

On Aug. 3 in Saratoga Springs, N.Y., a dozen individuals were inducted in the National Museum of Racing Hall of Fame as Pillars of the Turf in recognition of their “extraordinary contributions” in leadership positions or as pioneers in the Thoroughbred industry. W. Cothran “Cot” Campbell was one of the inductees, honored for his game-changing […]

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Amoss To Train New Churchill Downs Racing Club Offering

Up to 200 people can experience the excitement of Thoroughbred racehorse ownership this spring with unraced 2-year-old, the latest addition to the popular Churchill Downs Racing Club stable. The Churchill Downs Racing Club, which was inaugurated in the spring of 2016, again will give 200 people a low-cost pathway to introduce and experience the excitement […]

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Little Red Feather Presents Partners In Racing: Five Questions With George Bolton

George Bolton, who grew up near Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore, is the chief investment officer and portfolio manager of WestEnd Capital Management in San Francisco. His father and grandfather raced steeplechase horses in the Mid-Atlantic, but Bolton became a Thoroughbred owner “on the flat” nearly 30 years ago when he became partners on a […]

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Little Red Feather Presents Partners In Racing: Five Questions With Ben Posen

Ben Posen grew up in Los Angeles and graduated from the University of Minnesota. He started his career as a stock broker at Paine Webber. Ben owns a $1 billion registered investment advisor called Lindbrook Capital.   Who was the first horse you ever owned? My brother used to play pick up hockey with a […]

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Little Red Feather Presents Partners In Racing: Five Questions With Larry Goldman

Larry Goldman owns horses on his own and through Little Red Feather.  He is the chief administrative officer and general counsel for Beach Point Capital Management, an asset management firm specializing in credit strategies with over $12 billion is assets. Larry started is career at the law firm of O’Melveny & Myers specializing in banking, […]

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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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Little Red Feather Presents Partners In Racing: Five Questions With Bob Liewald

Bob Liewald grew up in Chicago where he snuck into Sportsman’s Park as a kid. A graduate of Northern Illinois University, Liewald was heading to law school when a unique business offer came in to be a merchandiser in the sports business. He was responsible for signing superstar athletes like Grant Hill, Jerry Stackhouse and […]

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Cot Campbell: Less Racing, But More Partners?

There is no question that when one “gets along in years” one tends to think that the good old days were better. I am definitely along in years, and I am pretty damned sure many things used to be better. That admitted, I wish to address two ponderable points having to do with owning a […]

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Tropical Racing Partnership Off And Running With Busy Weekend

Tropical Racing is gearing up for an important three days of action with four horses scheduled to go to the post, including three runners at Gulfstream Park and one at Finger Lakes on three consecutive afternoons, beginning Friday and concluding on Sunday. “When we began Tropical Racing one of our goals was to be an […]

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