Racing Factions offers affordable thoroughbred racing partnerships for as little as $500. Their first racehorse, Faction Cat, made his first trip to the winner’s circle on June 11 at Churchill Downs, proving Racing Factions buys quality horses and trains them well.
Racing Factions is based in Louisville, Kentucky, and owns two horses with plans to add a third in 2017. I met Truman Moore, owner of Racing Factions, at Churchill Downs to learn more about his horse racing partnership.
Racing Factions horses
Racing Factions mainly invests in unraced horses they buy at auctions and private sales. Moore typically looks for two-year-olds, but would consider a younger horse. Racing Factions avoids claiming horses to protect potential owners. While some claimed horses go on to have successful racing careers, they can be risky because buyers cannot subject claimed horses to a veterinary inspection prior to purchase.
Racing Factions trusts their horses to the care of trainer Jordan Blair at Trackside at Churchill Downs. Blair, who has already earned an impressive $151,952 through June 22, 2017, trains each horse and recommends races that give Racing Factions the best chance to win.
Racing Factions horses spend their winters in Tampa, Florida, and race at Tampa Bay Downs. Racing Factions offers a great opportunity for snowbirds to see their horse race year-round, or a great excuse for the rest of us to get out of town for a long weekend when the snow flies.
What makes Racing Factions different?
Racing Factions allows owners to invest in quality racehorses without ongoing costs, which is uncommon in thoroughbred syndicates. Racing Factions keeps costs down by setting realistic goals and expecting their horses to earn their keep.
An owner can invest in a racehorse with Racing Factions for as little as $500. This $500 covers the purchase price of the horse and its first year of training. After that, horses are expected to pay for themselves by winning races.
Racing Factions is a great option for owners who desire a fixed cost. Fixed cost racehorse ownership is rare, and owners must consider ongoing expenses before investing in a thoroughbred partnership.
Bottom Line: Racing Factions offers affordable racing partnerships with tons of action
You can own a share of a nearly race-ready thoroughbred with Racing Factions for only $500. Racing Factions is excellent for people who want to invest in a young horse without having to wait years to see it race. Do not confuse “affordable” with “poor-quality;” Racing Factions has already proven they can get you in the winner’s circle with Faction Cat, their very first horse who is just hitting his prime.
Why do you want to buy a racehorse? I highly recommend checking out Racing Factions if you’re looking for an affordable thoroughbred partnership and do not want to wait years to see your horse race.
All information is accurate as of the original publishing date. While I make every attempt to update this page, details are subject to change. Please visit www.racingfactions.com for the latest information.