• SportBLX’s new offering, “Annestes Thoroughbreds”, is about to be advertised to the public
• Invest in 4 Kentucky homebred thoroughbreds, including Derby contender, Max Player
• Join a community passionate about breeding, selling, buying and racing thoroughbreds
• As an existing SportBLX investor, your early access to invest is now open
Following Max Player’s encouraging 3rd placing in the Belmont Stakes (G1), plans are underway for him to tackle the Travers Stakes (G1) at Saratoga on August 8, before a possible start in world racing’s ultimate prize, the Kentucky Derby on September 5!
MAX PLAYER IS ALSO THE HEADLINE ACT IN OUR NEWEST OFFERING, “ANNESTES THOROUGHBREDS”, AND AS A CURRENT SPORTBLX INVESTOR, YOU HAVE AN EARLY OPPORTUNITY TO INVEST BEFORE SHARES ARE OFFERED TO THE PUBLIC.
Annestes Thoroughbreds focuses solely on horses bred at SportBLX owner and co-founder, George Hall’s Annestes Farm in Versailles, Kentucky. This unique offering is for those interested and passionate about all aspects of thoroughbred racing, including breeding, selling, and of course, racing these majestic animals. Annestes Farm also cares for retired thoroughbreds, including 2011 Belmont Stakes winner, Ruler On Ice.
MAX PLAYER, the Linda Rice-trained three-year-old colt who hasn’t missed the board in 4 starts, and is on track to contest September’s Kentucky Derby.
SWINGMAN, a two-year-old colt by Tonalist out of Eternal Grace (by: Gilded Time), who is in training and being pointed to the races in the fall of 2020.
A Munnings yearling out of Indyannestesia to be sold at the September Keeneland sales.
A Midnight Lute foal out of Indyannestesia to be sold in 2021.
Mares and foals will be cared for and raised on the Farm which
has a successful track record of breeding and raising stakes
. • 68% winners to horses bred on Annestes Farm (industry average 45%)
• 5.6% graded stakes winners to horses bred (industry average .77%)
Annestes Thoroughbreds' goal is to leverage the success of the Farmland
and its infrastructure to breed future thoroughbred champions.
Investments in private offerings are speculative and involve a high degree of risk and those investors who cannot afford to lose their entire investment should not invest in such offerings. Investments in private offerings are illiquid and those investors who cannot hold an investment for an indeterminate period should not invest. In addition to the foregoing risks, the adverse economic effects of the COVID-19 pandemic are unknown and could materially impact this investment.
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