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WHEN DRAWING AWAY WINS, OLD FRIENDS WINS! WITH AN INITIAL DONATION OF $25K PLUS $200 PER WIN, DRAWING AWAY STABLE AND DAVID JACOBSON SET TO RETIRE OUR HORSES AT OLD FRIENDS FARM IN GEORGETOWN, KENTUCKY

DAS LEADS ALL PUBLIC RACING SYNDICATES IN N.A. WITH 58 WINS  - SECOND IN EARNINGS WITH $2.1 MILLION - 59% IN THE MONEY

(Source: The Jockey Club's "Owner View" Statistics at www.ownerview.com/syndicate)

 

MONMOUTH WINS: (MAY - JUNE 2014)

GO APPEAL, WASHINGTON'S RULES, GROUND FORCE, SPEIGHTSCITY, TYCOON CAT, READ THE PROPOSAL, COUSIN MICHAEL, HILLSWICK, START JUMPING, JOAN'S CHOICE, and DOMINANT JEANNES.

BELMONT WINS: (MAY - JULY 2014)

JULY 12: GRAND RAPPORT rated at the back through the first 3/4 Mi., went 4 wide into the stretch, rallied late, and went on to win Race 1, a Starter Allowance at 1 1/8 Miles on the Inner Turf, by 1 3/4 lengths, Cornelio Velasquez up.

JULY 10: ROMANCING THE GOLD chased the pace on the inside, went out, in and out again, rallied in the stretch and came on to win Race 3, at 1 1/16 Mi. on the Dirt, by 1 3/4 lengths under Andre Worrie.

JUNE 21: GO APPEAL raced off the pace, was asked and went 4-wide into the stretch, rallied past the leaders in the last 1/16th and got up to win by a length under Irad Ortiz, Jr.

JUNE 19: GRAND RAPPORT went from last to first to take Race 4, a Starter Allowance, at 1 1/16 Mi. on the Turf, by a nose, Cornelio Velasquez up.

JUNE 5: GROUND FORCE came from off the pace in Race 3, a $65K AOC at 6f on the Dirt, on a sloppy track, to win by 5 lengths, Edgar Prado up.

MAY 24: GROOMEDFORVICTORY took Race 8 at 1 Mile on the Dirt under Cornelio Velasquez.

MAY 22: WRITINGONTHEWALL, Race 7, at 1 Mile on the Dirt, Cornelio Velasquez up.

MAY 14: KILNOCKAGAIN, Race 5, at 6f on the Dirt, under Taylor Rice.

MAY 9: DEFINE, under Taylor Rice, took Race 5, at 6 1/2f on the Dirt.

MAY 2: COOLUSIVE, Race 1 at 6 1/2 furlongs on the Dirt, Cornelio Velasquez up.

AQUEDUCT WINS (JAN 1 - APRIL 27, 2014)

APRIL 27: Heavily favored BALLYBRIT went wire to wire to take the opener at 6f on the Dirt, Junior Alvarado up, 

APRIL 23: RESERVED QUALITY took Race 1 at 6f on the Dirt, going four wide into the stretch then took off after the leader, battled down the stretch and dug in to beat the heavy favorite by a nose, Cornelio Velasquez up.

APRIL 16: SPORTSWRITER broke through for a game win by a neck in Race 3 at 1 Mile on the Dirt under John Velazquez.

APRIL 16: QUIET SUNSHINE made it three for three in two weeks, taking Race 2 at 6f on the Dirt, J. Ortiz up.

APRIL 10: QUIET SUNSHINE returned after just eight days to take Race 2 at 7f on the Dirt by 5 3/4 lengths, Irad Ortiz, Jr. up.

APRIL 9: SEEKER went wire to wire to take Race 5 at 7f on the Dirt by 2 lengths, Jose Ortiz up.

APRIL 5: REAL ESTATE RICH went from last to first, going 6-wide into the stretch and closing like a freght train to take the opener at 7f on the Dirt under John Velazquez.

APRIL 3: COUSIN MICHAEL and Taylor Rice took Race 7, an AOC at 1 Mile on the Dirt, tracking the pace and rallying on the rail when the opportunity presented itself to win by a head as the favorite.

APRIL 2: QUIET SUNSHINE battled two rivals, took the lead in the stretch in a gutsy performance to beat the heavy favorite by a half length in Race 2 at 6f on the Dirt, Irad Ortiz Jr. up

MARCH 31: GROOMEDFORVICTORY went wire to wire under Joel Rosario to take Race 6, a Starter Allowance at 1 Mile on the Main Track. 

MARCH 27: DAN'S GOLD tracked the pace, went four wide into the stretch, took the lead at the 3/16 mark, and went on to take Race 3 at 6f on the Main Track by 1 1/4 lengths, Esquivel up.

MARCH 14: STREET THUG broke well then went wire to wire to take Race 3, a $56K Starter Allowance, by a length and a half under Cornelio Velasquez.

MARCH 9: SPA CITY FEVER broke well, then went wire to wire to win this $61K AOC at 1 Mile on the Inner, Taylor Rice up.

MARCH 7: BOURBON THERAPY ran to his odds as the heavy favorite in Race 3 at 6f on the Inner. He took the lead at the halfway mark, was never threatened, and won by 3 3/4 lengths at the wire, Taylor Rice up. 

MARCH 1: LUDO BAGMAN took Race 6 at 6f on the Inner, Taylor Rice up.

MARCH 1: STRAPPING GROOM came from off the pace to win the 6f $200K GRADE III TOM FOOL HANDICAP, his second graded stakes victory, in 1:09.4, Irad Ortiz, Jr. up.

FEB 17: START JUMPING rated at the back, found room, then closed to take Race 9, a $67K Allowance at 1 1/16 Mi. on the Dirt, Taylor Rice up.

FEB 17: Apprentice Taylor Rice rode BE BULLISH to a win in the $100K HOLLIE HUGHES STAKES for New York-Breds at 6f on the Inner by a margin of 2 3/4 lengths, to get her first stakes victory.

FEB 17: GROUND FORCE set the pace, led by 2 lengths at the 1/4 Mile mark and never looked back, taking RACE 3, a $50K Starter Allowance at 6f on the Inner, by 4 3/4 lengths, Irad Ortiz, Jr. up.

FEB 8: GRAND RAPPORT went to the lead at the 1/2 Mile marker, was headed by the place horse at the top of the stretch, then came back to pass that one to win by a neck as the favorite in this 1 Mile and 70 Yard contest under Cornelio Velasquez.

FEB 7: THE ROYAL BOOT took Race 5 at 6f on the Inner, on the pace through the first half, the filly was set down at the top of the stretch then kicked away to win by 3 lengths, Taylor Rice up.

FEB 2: FORCE MULTIPLIER, under Chris DeCarlo, took Race 2 at 1 1/16 Mi. on the Inner, drawing away to win easily by a margin of 10 1/4 lengths.

FEB 1: STREET THUG went wire to wire to take Race 5 at 1 1/16 Mi on the Inner track by 3 lengths under Cornelio Velasquez.

JAN 30: BOURBON THERAPY saved ground, raced at the back of the pack until set down in the stretch, then surged through on the rail late and went on to win Race 3, a $50K Starter Allowance at 6f on the Inner, by 1 1/4 lengths, Taylor Rice up.

JAN 25: Apprentice Taylor Rice and RAIN FOREST rode the rail to victory, taking Race 5, a 5 1/2 furlong contest, by 1 1/4 lengths.

JAN 10: EL OH EL took Race 3 at 1 Mile on the inner, Cohen up.

JAN 5: BE BULLISH raced just off the pace, put a nose in front at the half, went into the stretch with a 2 length lead and went on to win this 6f contest by 2 3/4 lengths under a drive to win Race 6, Cornelio Velasquez up.  

JAN 1: Drawing Away celebrated New Year's Day with a win when WRITINGONTHEWALL took Race 5, a $69K AOC at 1 Mile 70 Yards on the Inner at odds of 5/1, Cohen up.

2013 STATS: WITH 106 WINS, EARNINGS OF OVER $4.5 Million & 57% iN THE MONEY DRAWING AWAY WAS THE LEADING PUBLIC SYNDICATE; WE WON THE NEW YORK TITLE WITH 89 WINS AND TRAINER DAVID JACOBSON SMASHED THE ALL-TIME NY RECORD WITH 164 WINS.

(Please see our RACING ARCHIVE for Racing Results from previous years.)

TO PURCHASE A SHARE IN A RACEHORSE WITH DRAWING AWAY STABLE

Call Managing Partner Ed Boden at 516-726-6228 and give him your cell phone number so we may text you when we are dropping on a horse. When you receive our text, respond immediately if you are interested because the horses go fast - sometimes in just a few minutes. If you ask for a share and we are successful with the claim, Ed will call you for your address so he can mail you a contract, which you would then return with a check for the cost of your share.

Example: For 10% of a horse we claimed for $20,000; your cost would be $2,000 plus a one time administrative fee equal to 15% of your share ($300 in this case) for a total investment of $2,300. (Many of our partners own 5% - 10% of several horses.)

There are no expenses after this initial investment for training or anything else. Your risk is limited to your initial investment. You never have to worry that you will be asked for additional money.

Please call Ed at 516-726-6228 for details on purse splits and distributions if your horse is claimed away for more or less than our claiming price.

AFFORDABLE, STRESS-FREE, HORSE OWNERSHIP

With no monthly expenses and no cash calls ever, you can experience all of the fun and excitement of racing as a horse owner. Your one-time payment will provide you with paddock access and seats in the Owners Box when our horses are racing as well as stable access at Barn 9 at Aqueduct during the Belmont and Aqueduct meets and Clare Court at Saratoga in the summer.