What is the Hitotsu Stallion Package?
  • Thanks to our friends at Arrowfield Stud, the Hitotsu Stallion Package is your chance to own an interest (25% to 50% depending upon whether applications for the BU Units in the Myracehorse No 1 Scheme reaches minimum or maximum subscription as per the PDS) in 5 of 40 shares in Multiple Group 1 winner, Hitotsu, as well as the same proportionate ownership interest in 5 regally bred broodmares. Hitotsu will hopefully serve all 5 mares, with the resultant progeny being raised by Arrowfield and aimed at the most prestigious yearling sales around Australia.


  • You can participate in the Myracehorse Hitotsu Stallion Package by acquiring BU Class Units in the Myracehorse No 1  managed investment scheme which will acquire and hold  an interest in the Hitotsu shares and the relevant mares and foals.

Who Is Arrowfield Stud?
    • Arrowfield is one of the world’s leading stud farms, famous as the launch-pad for breedshaper Danehill, the home of Champion Sires Redoute’s Choice, Flying Spur, Not A Single Doubt & Snitzel.

    Find out more about Arrowfield Stud here.


Can I contact Arrowfield Stud directly if I’m an owner?

No. All contact with Arrowfield Stud will be via the staff at MyRacehorse. By purchasing units in the Myracehorse Hitotsu Stallion Package, all owners acknowledge that they will not contact Arrowfield Stud directly.

Will I get to visit Arrowfield Stud to meet Hitotsu, my mares and the foals?

Yes, there will be stud farm tours arranged by MyRacehorse with Arrowfield Stud throughout the partnership. You will not be able to visit Arrowfield Stud unless it is an official MyRacehorse event. We are planning an open day on the 24th of August this year.

How often will I get updates?

You can expect an immersive owner experience when buying into the MyRacehorse Hitotsu Stallion Package. As with our racing ownership, we will ensure you are completely up-to-date and engaged along the journey. The frequency of updates will vary based on time of year, but at a minimum, you can expect to receive an update every 3-4 weeks.

Is there a maximum amount of shares I can purchase?

There is no limit. The more units you own, the greater your ownership percentage. Units will be available for ownership until sold out.

Do I have greater access to events if I buy a larger percentage?

Everyone will have the opportunity to attend multiple events across the ownership experience. Where tickets are limited, then a ballot will be run. The more shares you own the more entries you will get in the draw. i.e If you own 1 x share for balloted events you will receive 1 x entry. Where you own 10 x shares you will receive 10 x entries.

Can I transfer my share to other MyRacehorse owners?

Yes, you can unit transfer. This is the process where you buy a unit from your account and then transfer it to another recipient. Once you have presented the gift, you would need the recipient to set up their own MyRacehorse account, and then click here to submit your transfer request.

How will proceeds be paid out?

If an annual distribution is paid, it will be received into your MyRacehorse Wallet. The Wallet sits in your MyRacehorse account. From here, you can either withdraw your funds into your nominated Australian bank account or use the funds for other ownership purchases.

Who is Hitotsu?

Hitotsu is a young stallion whose first progeny will be sold as yearlings in 2026. He was a freak on the racetrack winning three consecutive Group 1’s – the VRC Derby (2500m), the Australian Guineas (1600m) and the ATC Derby (2400m). Three of the broodmares included in the Hitotsu Stallion Package are already in foal to Hitotsu and are expected to drop their foals in August/September/October. Therefore, you will be able to own these foals and truly ride his journey as a first-season sire.

Will Hitotsu succeed at Stud?

It’s impossible to answer yes or no. What we do know is that Hitotsu was secured by one of Australia’s most prestigious stud farms – Arrowfield Stud. He is by champion racehorse and already a multiple Group 1 producing Japanese stallion, Maurice (who is also an Arrowfield Stud stallion), and out of a Redoute’s Choice mare. On the race track, Hitotsu was extremely versatile winning 4 races from 8 starts (three at Group 1 level) ranging from 1350m – 2500m. At the moment he is an unproven stallion but has all the favours of a great stud, a proven stallion line and a versatile racing career on his side.  

What is Hitotsu’s current service fee?

$22,000 incl GST, payable on live foal.

How are service fees determined?

Service fees are determined by the stud farm (in this case Arrowfield Stud). Their pricing is a healthy mix of industry benchmarks combined with progeny race track performance and stallion demand from breeders.

How many mares will Hitotsu cover this coming season?

TBC, in his first season he covered 162 mares. The first season generally has the highest volume until his progeny have proven themselves on the track.

What mares did Hitotsu cover in his first season?
  • Great question, below is a summary courtesy of Arrowfield Stud of the quality of mares that were covered by Hitotsu. This will give him the best possible chance to succeed in his early days at stud:
  • – 12 daughters of G1 winners/placegetters
  • – 36 daughters of Group winners/placed
  • – 45 daughters of stakes winners
  • – 26 sisters of Group 1 winners/placed
  • – 50 sisters of Group winners/placed
  • – 17 Stakes producers
Does Hitotsu progeny qualify for any racing bonus series?

Yes, Hitotsu is a NSW-based stallion. His progeny will be BOBs eligible.

Where can I find out more about Hitotsu?

Check out his stallion profile on Arrowfield Stud here.

  • – A metro winning 2YO, by champion stallion Snitzel
  • – Out of Stravinsky mare, Asscher, who is a half-sister to G1 winner, Shower of Roses.
  • – Currently in foal to Hitotsu
  • – Ole Kirk foal at foot, targeting the 2025 Magic Millions
  • – A half-sister to Spring Lee 
  • – Out of the four-time stakes winning and G1 placed Wild Rain
  • – The family includes G1 Winterbottom and two-time The Quokka winner Overpass
  • – By champion stallion, I Am Invincible, a $500k purchase as a yearling.
  • – Currently in foal to Hitotsu
  • – Out of multiple stakes winner, Wild Rain
  • – Her 2nd dam is a half-sister to the dam of the fighting tiger – NORTHERLY!
  • – Currently in foal to Hitotsu
  • – By champion stallion, I Am Invincible, purchased for $250k as a yearling.
  • – Out of a stakes winner, Tai Tai Tess
  • – The family includes G1 VRC Oaks, G1 One Thousand Guineas and G2 VRC Wakeful winner Arborea
  • – Full sister to stakes placegetter, Invincible Tycoon
  • – She hails from a truly international pedigree with stakes horses in Singapore, Peru, Africa, America and New Zealand
  • – By late champion stallion, Not A Single Doubt.
  • – $400k, originally purchased as a yearling (not by Arrowfield or MyRacehorse)
  • – Out of multiple stakes winner, Artistry
  • – She hails from the family of Champion 3YO filly in Australia; Samantha Miss who won 3x G1 races and placed second in the G1 Cox Plate
  •  – 3 x race winner 1000/1200m
    – A half-sister to G2 winner, Xilong and out of G3 winner, Pane In The Glass
    – A young progressive family & by boom young sire Russian Revolution
Do we own their current progeny?

Yes, when buying into the MyRacehorse Hitotsu Stallion Package, you will not only receive an ownership interest (via your unitholding in the scheme) in their future progeny but also in their existing offspring (2023 foals). This includes Diamondesque’s colt by Ole Kirk who will be targeted at the 2025 Magic Millions Gold Coast Yearling Sale, as well as the Hitotsu first-season progeny out of Diamondesque, Hecate and Jackrabbit Jimmy.

What happens if the mares don’t fall pregnant to Hitotsu?

Unfortunately, this is a reality of the breeding game. If the mare doesn’t get in foal during a season, we will try again the following season, with the horses’ welfare always our utmost priority. It is possible to try several times if the mare doesn’t initially get in foal. Arrowfield scans all of their mare’s pre-serve to ensure chances are in our favour.

When is the breeding season?

The breeding season commences in September, with the last mares generally covered in late November.

What happens in the unfortunate case that the foal is aborted during the pregnancy?

This is also a natural reality and an inherent risk of the breeding game.

Is Mortality Insurance included?

Yes, the scheme’s interest in the Hitotsu Shares, and the five mares and their progeny will all be covered by Mortality Insurance.

Are the progeny guaranteed to head to the yearling sales in due course?

That is our ambition and plan. It can never be an absolute guarantee, as foals need to have good athleticism, X-Rays, and Scopes to make it to the sales.

What does the $165 buy in cover?

This cost includes:

  • – The Acquisition Cost of the interest in the Hitotsu Shares
  • – The Acquisition Cost in the 5 Mares
  • – The acquisition cost of the Ole Kirk x Diamondesque foal
  • – Horse Levy to cover care and maintenance of the Mares to 31 December 2027
  • – Mortality Insurance for the horse interests  (interests in the Hitotsu shares and Mares) to 31 December 2027
  • – Scheme Fees
  • – Management Fees
  • – Marketing and Administration
  • – Equine Welfare Levy
What happens at the conclusion of the Scheme
  • The scheme shall be reviewed after the completion of the yearling sales in 2028, and subsequent to the review, and to the extent that there are sufficient undistributed proceeds to meet ongoing costs, the scheme may continue
  • If  the scheme is terminated, all interests in horses, including the Hitotsu Shares, mares and resultant progeny will be sold


  • If the horse interests held by the scheme are to be sold, the following will occur with regards to the Mares and their progeny:
  • – The Mares will be sold in 2028
  • – The second crop, being the foals that are born as a result of the 2025 breeding season, will be sold in 2028
  • – The third crop, being the foals that are born as a result of the 2026 breeding season, will be sold in 2029
  • Any proceeds from the dispersal of horse interests will be distributed annually to unitholders.
Is the Hitotsu Stallion Package a sound financial investment?

Like with anything racing – the value should be placed on the experience, as opposed to financial returns. The Hitotsu Stallion Package should not be treated as a financial investment. Please consult a financial specialist for financial advice.

Will I receive any payouts for being an owner?

An annual distribution may be paid to unitholders based on the following:

  • – Hitotsu: Once all shareholder interests have been satisfied, shareholders of Hitotsu will share pro-rata in any income generated by third party usage of the horse.
  • – Mares: Any net sale proceeds
  • – Progeny: Any net sale proceeds from yearling sales after expenses of progeny have been met
When will I receive this payout?

If there is excess proceeds received, then the annual distribution will occur each year no later than 30 June.

Why is there no Horse Levy for the Progeny?

The ongoing expenses will be accrued on account and paid by MyRacehorse in arrears, deducted from any annual distribution.

Do MyRacehorse receive a performance fee?

Yes. MyRacehorse receives a 5% performance fee on any eligible proceeds received across mares, progeny and stallion dividends throughout the term.