Over the years many horse people have looked forward to yearling sales in the fall. Maybe to rebound from a bad year or build on a good one.
No matter the reason it gives us a chance to turn the page.
At the sales, some horses frequently sell higher than expected and some sell for less than expected. In turn, some investors get potential “steals” and some may over pay. This has been the practice for decades.
But what if there was a better way?
What if investors had a way to watch yearlings being broke and trained down before they had to invest?
What if consignors could retain their horses for a better deal on the open market?