MyRacehorse Named New Owner of the Year

Group will be Honored During Thoroughbred Owner Conference

OwnerView announced today that MyRacehorse has been named the 2020 New Owner of the Year, presented by New York Thoroughbred Breeders. The award recognizes a new Thoroughbred owner who has been successful in the sport and has had a positive impact on the industry.

The award will be presented during the seventh Thoroughbred Owner Conference, which will be held virtually November 3-4, 2020.

MyRacehorse is a novel ownership concept whereby individuals can purchase United States Securities Exchange Commission-approved microshares in Thoroughbred racehorses. Since its founding, it has partnered in horses such as Kentucky Derby winner Authentic and grade 1 winner Street Band.

“MyRacehorse launched nationally in June 2019 with aspirations of making a real impact on the sport of horse racing,” said Michael Behrens, founder and chief executive officer of MyRacehorse. “We were confident it would happen, but never in our wildest dreams did we expect it to happen so quickly. Winning this award, especially considering the innovators that have won it previously, is truly the icing on the cake to a surreal and magical year for MyRacehorse.”

“MyRacehorse has revolutionized horse racing to make the ownership experience more accessible than ever,” said Gary Falter. “OwnerView’s mission is to grow Thoroughbred racehorse ownership, and we are pleased to honor a group that has brought thousands of owners to the pinnacle of our sport.”

The New Owner of the Year Award has been previously presented to Larry Best, the Churchill Downs Racing Club, Charles and Susan Chu, Sol Kumin, and LNJ Foxwoods.

The Thoroughbred Owner Conference is being held virtually this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. For more information about the owner conference, including the full schedule of panels and registration, please visit or contact Gary Falter at

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One Response to “MyRacehorse Named New Owner of the Year”

  1. The (securities) micro-share concept is the new kid on the block — sorta. There was a business by the name of Horse Hats that had a racing club a dozen-plus years ago, purchased a share each in Adena Racing Venture II and III…..and – you guessed it – offered micro-shares, which sold out pretty quick. The most successful racer was Harlem Rocker — the 2008 Prince of Wales Stakes champion. Horse Hats may have actually set the pace for racing clubs and micro-shares……the former now popular with tracks and the new era latter being drenched with Wall Street rigmarole.

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