Castle Village Farm’s newest partnership, the 2011 Saratoga Claiming Partnership, claimed its first horse today, taking Steve Asmussen’s Expecting Cash out of the 8th Race at Belmont for $35,000. Expecting Cash is a three-year-old chestnut colt by Littleexpectations out of the Wild Again mare Chenoa. Including today’s race, he has a lifetime record of 3-2-5 from 14 starts, with earnings of $131,368. He’ll be trained by regular CVF trainer Bruce Brown.

Shares in this partnership are still available. Please see the Become a Partner page.



One Response to “CVF claims Expecting Cash for new partnership”

  1. Linda Cavaliere says:

    Hello. I would like to learn more about owning a share in a racehorse. Your costs seem to be much more reasonable than most, however, your website does not really specify what the costs are. Can you please forward me more information on the cost aspect. I’m also looking for a horse that runs a Belmont alot since I live in the area. Thank you, Linda

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