Own a Share of a Racehorse With Retired Racehorse Project and Wasabi Stables

Ever wanted to dabble in racehorse ownership but your pleasure horses are eating up all of your time (and money?) We’ve got the perfect solution for you, courtesy of Retired Racehorse Project and Wasabi Stables.

Horse ownership of any kind is expensive. (This is a fact of life.)

But if you’ve always wanted to come along for the thrilling ride of racehorse ownership, this unique giveaway might just be up your alley: Wasabi Stables has teamed up with the Retired Racehorse Project to give away a 1% share in Trapped N My Mind, a chestnut filly by Trappe Shot out Paraskevoulla (Thunder Gulch).

Wasabi Stables makes racehorse ownership fun and affordable, offering shares as small as .5% to interested owners. There are no ongoing bills, no extra expenses or hidden fees and no future loss of any money, offering the perfect introduction to ownership in the sport of horse racing.

The caveat for winning this 1% ownership? You have to be a member of the Retired Racehorse Project — but if you’re passionate about second careers for retiring racehorses, you’ve found the right organization!

The Retired Racehorse Project works to facilitate placement of Thoroughbred ex-racehorses in second careers by increasing demand for them in the marketplace and inspiring equestrians to provide the training that secures their futures, through education, directories and the banner annual Thoroughbred Makeover event.

Trapped N My Mind has entered training at Delaware Park under Jesse Cruz, who often gallops his own horses in the morning. Purchased at the Ocala Breeders Sale in June of 2018, Trapped N My Mind at last report has been gate training well and is on track to make her debut in just a few months. For more information on Trapped N My Mind, visit her Wasabi Stables profile.

So what are you waiting for? Join the Retired Racehorse Project and show your support for OTTBs, and enter to be part of the process yourself! Who knows — maybe one day Trapped N My Mind will be the next Thoroughbred Makeover winner, and you can say you knew her when…

Go riding!

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