I’ve really enjoyed being a part of this experience.l, which otherwise I wouldn’t have been able to do.
compared to other options this is one that is affordable and gives you a feel of being in the game.
The butt comes with how MRH markets itself in terms of making money. I don’t see any way possible to offset your costs with purse distribution. The largest reward for me thus far after being involved with 10 or so horses has been $6 after a grade 3 win.
so while I get to say that I am a quote owner of a Kentucky Derby winner, I can’t say that I’ve even broken even on the investment I made in him.
but I don’t expect to. it’s all about the experience.
I just wish MRH would sell themselves that way because it’s really misleading.