horseOlogy delivers exceptional services to thoroughbred owners by providing focused individualized care and training for their thoroughbreds. Our array of services throughout the industry and the opportunity for owners to be involved at any level creates the most satisfying ownership experience for horseOlogy clients.
Call 855-Horsies / 855.467.7437
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(Ocala, Florida – For Immediate Release)
July 1, 2022 – horseOlogy launched in Ocala, Florida on July 1st, 2022
horseOlogy is a minority and women-owned full-cycle thoroughbred training and ownership organization. Founded, owned, and operated by Katie Miranda and Jena Antonucci, horseOlogy is passionate about everything Ology for horses.
Ology: noun – informal, humorous. A subject of study; a branch of knowledge.
Based in Ocala, Florida, horseOlogy handles anything related to thoroughbred raising, training, and racing. They offer bloodstock advising, pinhooking, micro-investing, and more. They are a serious team that wants to bring humor and enjoyment back into the sport of horseracing to make it relatable to the next generation of enthusiasts while respecting the long-steeped traditions.
“The horses are always teaching us.” – Jena Antonucci
Each horse is an individual, and horseOlogy takes a personalized approach to every thoroughbred. Everything is handled in-house as a boutique business balancing our time with the horses and interacting and engaging on social media and beyond. Noting a lack of presence in the thoroughbred industry by Generation Z and Millennials, horseOlogy seeks to change that direction.
I’m excited to get new people involved and show them the best side of this industry.” – Katie Miranda
Follow horseOlogy online at www.horseologyinc.com and on Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, and TikTok to see more about the team, the thoroughbreds, and the services. Call or text us at 855-HORSIES (855-467-7437).
Professional. Transparent. Relevant. Fun.
The Ology Advantage
By putting our partners first, horseOlogy guarantees an honest and ethical relationship through every stage. Keeping all services in-house allows us to control costs for our partners and provide complete transparency at all times. There is no shipping to one farm for breaking and training and another for rehabilitation.
We pride ourselves on providing the most personalized service for each equine athlete on our farm. With this, horseOlogy can have an open line of communication with our partners, providing updates in real-time.
We relish our relationships with our investment partners, and we pride ourselves on the communication we provide regularly. We keep you informed every step of the way from:
- Weanling News
- Breaking & Training
- Racing News
- Rehab and Lay-Up
- Retirement Updates
The Ology Edge
Jena Antonucci and Katie Miranda bring decades of hands-on business experience and expertise from every sector of the thoroughbred industry to deliver top-quality services with unmatched partner relations.
We have coupled our diverse skills to create a well-rounded portfolio of services for each stage of the thoroughbred racing industry, from pinhooking to retirement.
horseOlogy offers unmatched customer service with virtual communication for those who wish to remain hands-off. horseOlogy also offers full-service partner relations for those looking to be more involved in the experiential side of their investment.
Jena is exceptionally well regarded at the most prestigious race tracks in the country, having winners from Saratoga to Gulfstream. Jena runs a mid-size stable and has a reputation for having an open-door policy with every one of her clients and always putting the horse first. She operates a very transparent business so that her clients have the best possible experience, whether on a race or training day. Over the last several years, Jena has diversified her business, taking all her equine experience and successfully pinhooking, breeding, rehabilitating, and advising clients.
P- 855-Horsies / 855.467.7437
Katie grew up around her parents’ Thoroughbred Training facility in Ocala. She earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Biology at the University of Tennessee/Martin, where she rode on their Division 1 NCAA Equestrian team. Katie went on to earn a Master’s degree in Animal Science at the University of Florida, after which Katie began assisting her father in their breaking and training business. In 2019, Katie opened White Lilac in Ocala, where she caters to clients looking for a boutique experience from a trainer. In addition to breaking and training, Katie has vast expertise in sales prepping weanlings and yearlings, pinhooking, and rehabilitation.
P- 855-Horsies / 855.467.7437
We bring years of experience evaluating conformation and pedigree to uncover the best pinhooking prospects. Maintaining a constant thumb on the pulse of successful commercial trends allows our partners to experience pinhooking at its’ finest. We feel the time spent on the sales grounds evaluating each horse is invaluable. We pride ourselves on the steps we take to make the most educated decisions at the sales for our partners.
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