We offer a complete thoroughbred management agreement that you can share with your lawyers, accountants, and financial advisors. The short answer is that we structure the Co-Owner Club program so that you don’t legally own the horse. This keeps you from needing end of year K1s or any other onerous tax implications. You just share in the cash flow of the horse and get all of the thrills of owning the horse without the headaches.
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