These Thoroughbred athletes that we already own and race will occasionally float from club to club, always ensuring that the club has something to race. Rewards here will vary and sometimes will be simply bragging rights between clubs.
We are a Claiming Stable plus Private Purchaser of Thoroughbred Racehorses
We will have horses of all racing ages from two year olds to 12 year olds. Patience is everything, and we make sure the horses are 100% ready when they head to the starting gate. With young horses especially, you must sometimes wait for them as they truly are leaning things for the first time. Horses with a form are typically what we are looking for, and we will sometimes claim a first-time starter.
When earnings are won we will exchange a portion of those earnings and distribute to the appropriate NFT holders community vault.
As we build our community we will take those funds and purchase more horses; our DAO community will then decide on the next steps, giving more access to the decisions being made. We will always trust our trainers' judgement and go with their professional opinions.
We will give special access like never before to our NFT holders. Not every NFT will be created equally; some will have more utilities and others will have none until you own the Triple Crown, Trifecta, Superfecta, or Pick 5
Please see below our current stable of our claiming barn. Some will race in claiming races, some in starter optional claiming, and others in starter allowance races. Our horses can always be claimed away from us in a claiming race; what does that mean?
Joe Toye and his family are very well respected in the Thoroughbred industry. Joe has been training horses since 1973 but has been around the track most of his life. Mr. Toye was the leading trainer during the 2021 Emerald Downs Season
Turf Paradise opened in 1956 on 1,400 acres of land purchased two years earlier by Phoenix businessman Walter Cluer, and was the first professional sports franchise to open in Arizona.
Turf Paradise has an estimated $91 million annual impact on Arizona's economy. Live races run from October into May, drawing more than 200,000 gamblers and spectators each season
Emerald Downs opened in 1996 to replace Longacres Racetrack and is home to the WTBOA sales every year.
Emerald Downs biggest race is the Longacres Mile Handicap, formerly a Grade III event. The race was announced in June 1935 so Longacres founder Joe Gottstein could have a signature one mile (1.6 km) race
Kara Toye daughter of Joe and Kari Toye. She began her training career in 2021. She has pedigree growing up racing.
Keeneland Association, Inc. is an equine business based in Lexington, Kentucky. It includes two distinct divisions: the Keeneland Race Course, a Thoroughbred racing facility, and Keeneland Sales, a horse auction complex. It is also known for its reference library.
Turfway Park was the first track to offer the Super Carrel experience, which allowed players to watch races, watch replays, make bets, and order food without leaving the carrel.
Turfway Park is one of the most popular venues for horseplayers, and it is situated to the north of Florence. It is also handily positioned close to Northern Kentucky International Airport.