Racing Opportunities

Racing opportunity with dark brown 3-year-old thoroughbred racehorse gelding Carlet's Bay. He stands side profile next to a woman at Fair Hill Training Facility.

Carlet's Bay (by Bullsbay)

Carlet’s Bay is an unraced 3-year-old gelding by Bullsbay, out of Carlet. We know him around the farm for his cool and calm demeanor that makes him easy to ride and train. He is PA-sired, PA-bred, and Delaware Certified. He also has an A+ nicking rating by an industry leader, TrueNicks. Carlet’s Bay has excelled in his first few months of training with Carl Doran at the Fair Hill Training Facility. His sire, Bullsbay, has seen a large percentage of his runners become big earners.

Pedigree

Pedigree

Carlet’s Bay’s sire, Bullsbay, is a 3-time Graded Stakes Winner and has produced 62% starters, including 40% winners. 14 earners of $100,000-plus. The success of Bullsbay’s dam, The Hess Express, is a big reason we love this pedigree. She is Stakes Placed and has produced Graded Stakes winning mare Our Khrysty and stakes winner Vegas No Show.

 

Bullsbay’s starters have earned an average of $57,683, giving him a higher AEI than the same crop sires Super Saver, Temple City, etc. He also produced Bullheaded Boy, who is a $414,663 earner. Second Sire, Tiznow, is a legendary $6,427,830 earner and winner of the Breeder’s Cup Classic along with 6 other Graded Stakes, including 4 GI.

 

Broodmare Sire, Silic (FR), is a 5-time Graded Stakes winner, including a win in the Breeder’s Cup Mile. The French stallion won $1.4 million in France and the US and has since produced 73% starters earning an average of $60,573, including 46% winners. Silic is by $701,754 earner Sillery.

Horse racing partnership opportunities include the chance to interact with our trainer, Carl Doran, while their horse is in training.

Pedigree

Carlet’s Bay’s sire, Bullsbay, is a 3-time Graded Stakes Winner and has produced 62% starters, including 40% winners. 14 earners of $100,000-plus. The success of Bullsbay’s dam, The Hess Express, is a big reason we love this pedigree. She is Stakes Placed and has produced Graded Stakes winning mare Our Khrysty and stakes winner Vegas No Show.

 

Bullsbay’s starters have earned an average of $57,683, giving him a higher AEI than the same crop sires Super Saver, Temple City, etc. He also produced Bullheaded Boy, who is a $414,663 earner. Second Sire, Tiznow, is a legendary $6,427,830 earner and winner of the Breeder’s Cup Classic along with 6 other Graded Stakes, including 4 GI.

 

Broodmare Sire, Silic (FR), is a 5-time Graded Stakes winner, including a win in the Breeder’s Cup Mile. The French stallion won $1.4 million in France and the US and has since produced 73% starters earning an average of $60,573, including 46% winners. Silic is by $701,754 earner Sillery.

Carlet's Bay (by Bullsbay)

Horse racing partnership opportunities at Justa Farm include this 3-year-old thoroughbred racehorse gelding Carlet's Bay. Carlet’s Bay is an unraced 3-year-old gelding by Bullsbay, out of Carlet. We know him around the farm for his cool and calm demeanor that makes him easy to ride and train. He is PA-sired, PA-bred, and Delaware Certified. He also has an A+ nicking rating by an industry leader, TrueNicks. Carlet’s Bay has excelled in his first few months of training with Carl Doran at the Fair Hill Training Facility. His sire, Bullsbay, has seen a large percentage of his runners become big earners.

 

New Racing Partners pay no maintenance fees for December!

 

Pedigree

Carlet’s Bay’s sire, Bullsbay, is a 3-time Graded Stakes Winner and has produced 62% starters, including 40% winners. 14 earners of $100,000-plus. The success of Bullsbay’s dam, The Hess Express, is a big reason we love this pedigree. She is Stakes Placed and has produced Graded Stakes winning mare Our Khrysty and stakes winner Vegas No Show.

 

Bullsbay’s starters have earned an average of $57,683, giving him a higher AEI than the same crop sires Super Saver, Temple City, etc. He also produced Bullheaded Boy, who is a $414,663 earner. Second Sire, Tiznow, is a legendary $6,427,830 earner and winner of the Breeder’s Cup Classic along with 6 other Graded Stakes, including 4 GI.

 

Broodmare Sire, Silic (FR), is a 5-time Graded Stakes winner, including a win in the Breeder’s Cup Mile. The French stallion won $1.4 million in France and the US and has since produced 73% starters earning an average of $60,573, including 46% winners. Silic is by $701,754 earner Sillery.

Pedigree

Carlet’s Bay’s sire, Bullsbay, is a 3-time Graded Stakes Winner and has produced 62% starters, including 40% winners. 14 earners of $100,000-plus. The success of Bullsbay’s dam, The Hess Express, is a big reason we love this pedigree. She is Stakes Placed and has produced Graded Stakes winning mare Our Khrysty and stakes winner Vegas No Show.

 

Bullsbay’s starters have earned an average of $57,683, giving him a higher AEI than the same crop sires Super Saver, Temple City, etc. He also produced Bullheaded Boy, who is a $414,663 earner. Second Sire, Tiznow, is a legendary $6,427,830 earner and winner of the Breeder’s Cup Classic along with 6 other Graded Stakes, including 4 GI.

 

Broodmare Sire, Silic (FR), is a 5-time Graded Stakes winner, including a win in the Breeder’s Cup Mile. The French stallion won $1.4 million in France and the US and has since produced 73% starters earning an average of $60,573, including 46% winners. Silic is by $701,754 earner Sillery.

Financial Summary

Initial Cost: $1,100 for a 4% share or a proportionate amount for a larger share in increments of 4%

 

Expenses: $120 per month for a 4% share or proportionate amount for a larger share. This pays for board at the training facility, veterinary care, blacksmith services, vanning, insurance, etc. We automatically draft expenses monthly, quarterly, or biannually.

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Horse racing partnership opportunities include the chance to interact with our trainer, Carl Doran, while their horse is in training.
Carlet's Bay, a thoroughbred colt, leans in for a close look at Justa Farm owner Ann Betsch.
Two racehorses walk down a dirt path at sunrise. Racing partnership members have the opportunity to see their horse at the training facility.

Already thinking about Horse Racing Partnership opportunities for next season? Check out our yearlings that will be available for partnerships next year!

Yearling racehorse, The Power of Peace, is part of the next set of horse racing opportunities.

The Power of Peace (by Peace and Justice)

Our yearling filly by Peace and Justice, out of Euro Power, has just been given the racing name The Power of Peace. She’s known as Milly around the farm because of her noticeable resemblance to her mother, Lily (Euro Power). They both have white facial markings and curious, engaging personalities. The Power of Peace is PA-bred and PA-sired. Additionally, she is in the process of being Virginia Certified and will be by the time she goes into training in Spring 2021. Her sire, Peace and Justice is a coveted PA stallion, now standing in Maryland, whose first foal crop is just hitting the track.

 

The Power of Peace (by Peace and Justice)

Yearling racehorse, The Power of Peace, is part of the next set of horse racing partnership opportunities.Our yearling filly by Peace and Justice, out of Euro Power, has just been given the racing name The Power of Peace. She’s known as Milly around the farm because of her noticeable resemblance to her mother, Lily (Euro Power). They both have white facial markings and curious, engaging personalities. The Power of Peace is PA-bred and PA-sired. Additionally, she is in the process of being Virginia Certified and will be by the time she goes into training in Spring 2021. Her sire, Peace and Justice is a coveted PA stallion, now standing in Maryland, whose first foal crop is just hitting the track.

Pedigree

Pedigree

Peace and Justice was the fastest son of War Front standing in Pennsylvania, until his recent move. He comes from a line of famous sires War Front, Danzig, and Northern Dancer. War Front was the champion North American sire in ‘91, ‘92, and ‘93 with 77% starters and 54% winners. His average earnings per starter are over $110,000 and he commands a $250,000 stud fee today.

 

Dam of Peace and Justice, Strike The Sky, also produced Graded Stakes Winner and $510,824 earner Hudson Steele. Starry Dreamer, the third dam on the sire’s side, produced Graded Stakes winners Teammate and Ecclesiastic along with The Power of Peace’s second sire, Warfront. She was a Stakes Winner and earner of $564,789 herself.

Pedigree

Peace and Justice was referred to as the fastest son of War Front standing in Pennsylvania, until his recent move. He comes from a line of famous sires War Front, Danzig, and Northern Dancer. War Front was the champion North American sire in ‘91, ‘92, and ‘93 with 77% starters and 54% winners. His average earnings per starter are over $110,000 and he commands a $250,000 stud fee today.

 

Dam of Peace and Justice, Strike The Sky, also produced Graded Stakes Winner and $510,824 earner Hudson Steele. Starry Dreamer, the third dam on the sire’s side, produced Graded Stakes winners Teammate and Ecclesiastic along with The Power of Peace’s second sire, Warfront. She was a Stakes Winner and earner of $564,789 herself.

Financial Summary

Initial Cost: $1,100 for a 4% share or a proportionate amount for a larger share in increments of 4%

 

Expenses: $120 per month for a 4% share or proportionate amount for a larger share. This pays for board at the training facility, veterinary care, blacksmith services, vanning, insurance, etc. We automatically draft expenses monthly, quarterly, or biannually. 

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