We are poised for another big year with these exciting prospects and look forward to partnering with you.
We are looking to build off of our successes from last year. horseOlogy has only limited investment opportunities remaining in this year’s investment group. For availability, please inquire here.
Join us for investment opportunities in the coming months. We will be at Keeneland, OBS, and Fasig-Tipton for our next exciting group of yearlings.
Call 855-Horsies / 855.467.7437
Why the Ology?
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 create the most satisfying ownership experience for horseOlogy clients.
To be the finest in the Thoroughbred Industry by having integrity, honesty, and transparency.
horseOlogy strives to create a community of inclusivity within our investment partners.
We bring a strong business foundation with years of education and hands-on experience with each service.
The partner experience is always our priority. Whether Pinhooking, Racing, or any of our horseOlogy services, each of our partners will receive personalized service with the promise of complete transparency through their entire investment process.
Built on years of trust and mutual respect, our industry-relevant relationships with the best trainers and consignors in the country allow our partners access to the Ology edge.
Jena and Katie's years of experience will enable us to place each racehorse in the optimal racing program. We focus on the individual and their needs, whether it be temperament or level of racing.
The communication doesn't cease once your racehorse moves to a trainer at the track. We are there every step to ensure that your experience is as rich as when we worked with your horse directly.
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