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Adara Thoroughbred

Join the thrill of thoroughbred ownership with a promising 2 Year Old

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Attorney and Counselor at Law
LEAD INVESTOR
Invested $2,500 this round
I am passionate about horse racing and want to share in the joy and excitement of owning a promising two year old.  I have been a fan of the game for as long as I can remember, and had always wondered what it would be like on the "other side."  The experience with Sport BLX, Annestes Farms and Swingman has given people the opportunity to participate in the sport like never before.  The excitement and journey that goes along with being an owner, regardless of the size of the stake, is indescribable.  I'm hoping to turn my fan-dom into a learning experience that continues for some time to come.

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In the news

Empire Maker, Belmont winner and prolific sire, dies at 20
January 22, 2020
Empire Maker, who won the 2003 Belmont Stakes to spoil Funny Cide's Triple Crown bid and went on to become a prolific stallion, died of a rare disease that compromised his immune system. He was 20 years old. Gainesway Farm in Lexington, Kentucky, said Monday that Empire Maker died Saturday.
Anticipation High for Empire Maker Yearlings
July 27, 2018
Multiple Grade I winner Empire Maker (Unbridled) was standing in Japan from 2011 to 2015, but his influence was certainly felt Stateside even during those years.
Return of an Empire Maker
November 5, 2017
The aptly named Empire Maker, whose Triple Crown-winning grandson American Pharoah is represented by his first crop of weanlings this year, has a milestone of his own as the first foals bred since his repatriation from Japan sell at the bloodstock sales in Lexington this week.
Catching Up With Empire Maker
May 19, 2016
By the time Empire Maker made his debut in October of 2002, the Unbridled son out of blue hen mare Toussaud had a lot to live up to as the half-brother to four graded stakes winners. But he passed that test with flying colors.
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