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Horse Racing PartnershipsHorseRacingPartnerships.net is a resource for current and future thoroughbred horse owners with a specific focus on "horse racing partnerships".  Through racing partnerships, individuals can purchase shares in a thoroughbred racehorse, providing them with an opportunity to enter into a sport historically reserved for ?kings?. 

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  • What are some important things to look for in a partnership?

  • How are expenses and profits handled?

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Saratoga Claiming Partnership
Trained by Steve Klesaris
to race in New York
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Del Mar Claiming Partnership
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to race in Southern California
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Articles

Racehorse SyndicationThe Inside View: A Look at "Breezing" 
Breezes, or workouts, are tools used by trainers to condition horses to prepare them for racing and also to evaluate horses in terms of their readiness for an upcoming race.

Typically a Thoroughbred racehorse, when in training, will go to the racetrack every morning.  Usually they'll gallop various distances.  This keeps their fitness levels high, similar to any other athlete jogging or running on a daily basis.  When a horse reaches a certain level of fitness it will be ready to breeze.  
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Synthetic Tracks - One Man's Opinion 
When posed the question of whether the implementation of synthetic surfaces at tracks throughout the country is a good thing, the in-vogue answer would be to say that it's the greatest thing since sliced bread.  Unfortunately I can't give that answer with any kind of honesty.  I'll start out by saying that I believe that the safety of the horse and the jockey are of paramount importance.  But to swap out an entire racing surface is throwing out the baby with the bathwater. 

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