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Invest in Swingman Thoroughbred

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What Investors Say

President WJ Brannagan Plumbing & Heating Inc.
LEAD INVESTOR
Invested $1,000 this round
For someone like myself who loves all things horse racing this is an opportunity to get involved with an investment at an entry level monetary value. I think the opportunity to invest in not only the racing aspect but also breeding is a major draw. Especially during these times where a large amount of racetracks are still not allowing fans Swingman Corp. keeps the information flowing with zoom calls that include trainers and owners. Any true horse fan would love to be able to hear the thoughts directly from trainers and owners as well as the opportunity to ask their own questions.  Bill Brannagan

What Friends Say

Kenny McPeek Trainer, Swingman
"Swingman has been working out smartly in the mornings and looks to be a good runner. We are optimistic in his future."
Dale Holly Manager, K&G Stables
"Swingman comes from a good family. Tonalist won a number of classic races, and his dam, Eternal Grace, has had productive offspring. He is a sound, correct horse, and looks to be athletic."

In the news

Promising Second-Crop Sires Everywhere You Look
September 18, 2020
It's taken Gainesway Farm's three-time leading sire a good while to establish himself as a sire of sires, but it's all happening now with four sons among the top 16 North American second-crop sires by cumulative earnings. Two, WinStar's and Lane's End's , actually rank 1-2 by 2020 progeny earnings, according to BloodHorse statistics through racing of March 7.
Swingman Workout Updates
August 28, 2020
August 27, 2020: Swingman worked four furlongs in 51.00 at Churchill Downs. August 21, 2020: Swingman worked four furlongs in 50.20 at Churchill Downs. August 8, 2020: Swingman worked three furlongs in 36.80 at Churchill Downs. July, 2020: May 30, 2020:
Constitution, Tonalist Lead Second-Crop Sires Into The Summer - Horse Racing News | Paulick Report
May 26, 2020
No one could have predicted at the beginning of the year what the 3-year-old racing calendar would have looked like at this point in 2020, and even though much of the schedule was decimated by the COVID-19 shutdown, there was still plenty of room for stars to emerge in a deep class of second-crop sires.
Under the Radar: Tonalist
January 8, 2019
Today, we begin a series where we ask agents and others who book a lot of mares for their clients which sires might be flying slightly under the radar in this breeding season. Who might be getting overlooked in the rush for the new, hot thing? Read on.
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