Backstretch Stables offers horse racing partnerships with all that is thoroughbred horse racing: The unmatched feeling you get from owning a racehorse, when the adrenaline starts pumping through your veins, your heart starts to pound, and all of a sudden you’re not sitting anymore…You’re standing. You’re jumping. You’re screaming and cheering as your horse comes bounding down the stretch toward the finish line! You can become part of the excitement of racehorse ownership with thoroughbred partnerships that give you all that and more!
Backstretch Stables is all about you, the members. Our horse racing partnerships provide you the opportunity to become a horse owner, in partnership, of a horse that has been hand-picked by a team of professionals, and has been tested and approved by experienced trainers for thoroughbred race horse partnerships.
- Owning a racehorse partnership means you will have unequaled access to the managing owner by phone, text, or e-mail whenever you have a question or concern.
- You will have access to the racetrack backstretch and owner’s parking.
Do you want to get together with friends and racing enthusiasts, exchange ideas, share thrills, and recount stories of triumph? Do you want to laugh about little failures? Because hey, let’s face it, that’s how you learn. Do you want to play hard and fast with an expert at your side?
You enjoy the thrills of racing. We take care of everything else! We offer an exciting opportunity to enjoy owning a racehorse and the full thoroughbred racehorse ownership privileges that come with it.
Call 1-630-632-4843 today, or Contact Us for more information on how you can enter the exciting world of horse racing partnerships!
It was a successful comeback off the layoff for VALOORDO to finish 3rd at 66-1 odds in the 1st race at Gulfstream Park, May 20, 2017. He paid $11.80 to SHOW!
CAPITAL CITY scored today, May 20, 2017, for back to back wins for him, in the 7th race at Gulfstream Park! Congratulations to the partners!
3 year old Florida bred gelding by Gemologist, trained by Joe Catanese.