Sport of Queens
Francine Villeneuve and Amanda Roxborough are well known names in Canadian racing circles and beyond. The former jockeys who have ridden, trained and been involved in the industry for a combined 60 years are hoping to bring horse racing ownership to the public in 2016. The pair has put together an initiative for a racing club that gives people a chance to experience ownership without the significant cost. Sport of Queens Racing (www.sportofqueensracing.com) has launched its first option to buy into the club with 200 shares offered on a horse to be purchased in March at the Ocala Breeders' Two-Year-Old Sale on March 15th and 16th. The cost per share is $200 plus a one-time administrative fee of 15% per share. There is a $200 annual fee for operations. Thus, for $430, you can have your first share in a racehorse that will be sent to Ontario to race at Woodbine. Villeneuve…
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