It’s time to get out those backpacks and grab an apple for the teacher! Back-to-school time is not just for the kiddos here in Ocala. It’s time for our young horses to get into their training, too. We spent some time in Kentucky this summer, and we’re going back for Keeneland soon, so these new recruits are getting here just in time to learn the ropes. We do things a little differently here at horseOlogy by learning what makes each horse learn best and tailoring their experience. And don’t worry; we give them plenty of recess to recharge. Here’s what you should know about life on the farm for the young horses.

Getting to Know Them

Our breaking and training process starts at the beginning. When a young horse arrives at horseOlogy, we start slow and ensure that each horse gets used to the daily schedule: Turning in and out, bathing, grooming, walking on the eurociser. Once a horse is settled into the program, we can introduce tack and a rider. This all begins slowly in the stall before we move to the large round pen and begin building trust by introducing commands, manners, steering, and brakes. We learn the language of each baby and let them lead us to the right ways to understand.

Getting a Leg Up

Once we get to know them, we will introduce a rider. We build off the established trust and teach the horse to move forward from the leg. When each horse successfully understands, we transition to a large grass field where the horse can try out their new skill set.

Enjoying Their Time

There are several stages to becoming a racehorse. Once our equine students are freely galloping in hand in the field, we transition to the race track. Once they’re on the racetrack, we introduce the subsequent building blocks into their future as a racehorse, which includes walking through the starting gate, galloping down the stretch, and changing leads.

A Small Classroom

We don’t take on a lot of students. horseOlogy ensures that every horse gets a hands-on learning experience. Each equine student experiences one-on-one with Jena and Katie, where they provide the expertise and careful attention to detail to support the optimal experience at the sale or on the track.

We want to maintain a program that allows us to spend significant time with each horse daily. horseOlogy works with each horse and owner to establish short- and long-term goals to set every horse up for the best possible success.

Do you want to learn more about the horses we work with and our program?

Meet the Ologists

FollowhorseOlogyonline and on Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube to learn more about our team, thoroughbreds, and services. Call us at 855-HORSIES (855-467-7437) to set up your visit to our facility.

All Available Shares

horseOlogy has only limited investment opportunities in this year’s investment group.

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Horses of Racing Age

We love to watch our graduates grow and be successful on the racetrack.

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Yearling to Two Year Olds

We can’t wait for you to come along and experience all that these horses have to offer.

Weanlings Available

Weanlings to Yearlings

Get involved early as there are limited ownership opportunities.

Weanlings Available


Allowing our partners to take part in the breeding process from start to finish.

Developing and Training

Our approach is joining up with each horse so that they understand the process of learning through acceptance and not fear.

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Rehab and Layup

Whether it is to let them rest mentally and/or physically or an injury, wehas the means and skill set.

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Sales Prep

At horseOlogy, we focus on the tiniest details that can set our horses apart in the sales ring.

Weanlings Available


horseOlogy provides a boutique experience while limiting the number of mares and foals.

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We bring years of experience evaluating conformation and pedigree to uncover the best pinhooking prospects.

Small Share Investing

A business model whereby a group of people can participate in the owning horse, which may otherwise not have been feasible.


Bloodstock Advisors

A bloodstock advisor’s services may include but are not limited to, mating, sale placement, acquisition, trainer placement, and overall management of your horse.

Available Shares




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