Circle 8 Ranch Is Proud To Announce

October 2, 2019

They have been designated as an official Training Center and are recognized by the Kentucky Horse Commission to record official timed workouts.

Versailles, Kentucky, USA – October 2, 2019 –Chief Executive Officer Troy Levy has confirmed that Circle 8 Ranch has recently been recognized by the Kentucky Horse Racing Commission to record official timed workouts – which will be reported by Equibase.

“Our 200-acre farm in Versailles, Kentucky offers affordable partnerships and gives investors the benefits of ownership at a fraction of the cost. Now that we have been recognized by the Kentucky Horse Racing Commission as a Kentucky Training Center, we can focus on preparing our partnership horses for racing on location,” said Levy.

Located in the heart of Kentucky thoroughbred country, Circle 8 Ranch features three barns with a total of 36 stalls, several tack rooms, wash stalls, an office and a lab area. The yearling barn has eight 15-by-15-foot stalls, and there are 14 fenced paddocks, six large grazing fields, a 5/8ths-mile track, and a 5/8ths all-terrain gallop track.

With its multiple tracks, rolling hills, uphill woodchip gallop, and turf oval, Circle 8 Ranch is in an ideal position to prepare partnership horses for racing at a variety of venues, in the expert care of trainer Michelle Nihei. Nihei has built a career on a foundation of track success, including graded stakes-winners Prince Will I Am, Regalo Mia and Upgrade, and runners who have earned in excess of $5.2 million.  Nihei had a recent Circle 8 winner, Overzealous, who was claimed at Gulfstream Park for $6,250, then was lost via claim, but not before collecting more than $26,000 for the partnership. 

There are currently several well-bred 2-year-old fillies working at Circle 8 Ranch in preparation for their initial career starts. They include: Dur a Cuire, a daughter of Street Boss; Aizu (by Japan); and Miss Over There (by Awesome of Course). Also: Tizemotionalgold, a daughter of Tiznow whose 3-year-old half-sister, Motion Emotion, finished second this year in two Gr. III races at Oaklawn Park, the Fantasy and the Honeybee, ran in the Kentucky Oaks, and has earned $253,845.  

Strategically located in Kentucky, Circle 8 Ranch offers a unique advantage to racehorse owners including advance knowledge of exceptional upcoming offerings, access to the best stallions, and information on one-of-a-kind individual horses at auction. Group partnerships are available for investors to purchase a percentage of a horse, while spreading the financial risks and expenses among all partners.

For more information about partnerships available at Circle 8 Ranch, visit our website: www.circleeightracing.com or email info@tropicalracing.com. Contact Troy Levy at 561-513-8767.

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