We take a SMART approach to all aspects
of Thoroughbred racing – including horse Selection, Management, Analysis, Racing
and Training. At Chalk, we believe racing doesn’t have to be “the Sport of Kings” and
the game can be enjoyed at a high level
with a disciplined investment approach.
Latigo Trail Second by a Nose
We finally started our 3 year-old gelding on the grass at Belmont and he didn't disappoint us. Overlooked in the betting at 21-1, LT went to the front and almost held on to win. He put away the challenge of Shinnecock Bay early on with a quick opening quarter of 21.4. That may have made the difference in the end; it was a head bob at the wire. One thing for sure is, he won't be 21-1 in his second start on the grass.
Wine Burglar Breaks Her Maiden
On June 6, our filly faced nine other rivals going a mile on a good turf course. She had to overcome the far outside post position and a bad break but world-class jockey Javier Castellano didn't panic, when Wine Burglar broke last. Instead, he maneuvered her to the inside going into the far turn where once there was daylight, he moved her to the outside and she came storming down the lane. The final time for the mile was 1:35.2.
We focus on acquiring promising young horses with proven speed, ability and meaningful development potential. For immediate action, we always have the best young Thoroughbreds to claim ranked by our proprietary Chalk Charts.
Contact us for more information about racing partnerships with Chalk and our approach to the game.