Power. precocity. pedigree.

PINE VALLEY

share price

$50

shares available

1,336

offering size

$66,800

“He’s ATHLETIC, POWERFUL, AND  VERY FAST. FROM DAY ONE WE COULD TELL HE HAD THat ENERGY, THAT GENE…TO BE A VERY GOOD HORSE.” 


Three reasons to get excited about Pine Valley:

01

HALL OF FAME TRAINER

Trained by Hall of Fame trainer Steve Asmussen, the winningest trainer of all time (9,453 career wins). Asmussen trained his sire Maclean’s Music as well as all time greats Gun Runner (LTE: $15.98M), Curlin (LTE: $10.37M), Midnight Bisou (LTE: $6.93M) and many more. 

02

FROM A FAMILY OF STAKES WINNING RACEHORSES

2nd dam (grandma) Race Artist was a G3 winner (LTE: $168K). She and her daughters have produced an incredible 6 stakes winners including Cherokee Artist (LTE: $909k). 

03

SIRE & DAM COME FROM SUPER SIRE, MR. PROSPECTOR

Horses line bred to Mr. Prospector have risen to the very top of racing. Horses like: Tapit, Zenyatta, California Chrome, Orb, & more.

Speed, POWER, ATHLETICISM.

Click the video to watch Pine Valley’s performance at the Fasig Tipton Gulfstream Select Sale. He breezed 1/8 mile in 10.2 seconds but what was most impressive is that he breezed 3/8 in a final time of 34.47 seconds! 

HORSE DETAILS

LOCATION

SARATOGA

TRAINER

STEVE ASMUSSEN

BREEDER

FREDERIC GUSSIN

BIRTHPLACE

KENTUCKY

BIRTHDATE

JANUARY 28, 2019

RECENT WORK

3F – 37.83 SECONDS

nominations

BREEDERS’ CUP, KTDF

OFFERING DETAILS

CO-OWNER

WINSTAR FARM

COMMONWEALTH SHARE

10%

PRICE PER SHARE

$50.00

EQUITY PER SHARE

.007%

NUMBER OF SHARES AVAILABLE

1,336

OFFERING AMOUNT

$66,800

PER SHARE PRICE BREAKDOWN

ACQUISITION COST

$21.96

TRAINING RESERVE

$8.98

WORKING CAPITAL RESERVE

$9.31

OFFERING EXPENSES

$5.74

MANAGEMENT FEE

$3.01

AFTERCARE DONATION

$1.00

TOTAL SHARE PRICE

$50.00

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Family Facts

Sire, Maclean’s Music posted a Beyer speed figure of 114, the highest ever for a debut winner.

Sire produced Preakness winning breeding stallion Cloud Computing in his first crop.

Dam, Je Suis Tizzy is half-sister to stakes winners Cherokee Artist (LTE: $909k) & Cherokee Girl (LTE: $170k).

Second dam, Race Artist earned $168,796 in 19 starts.

GALLERY

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Writeup

“The thing that struck us about this horse was that, the day after the breeze [at the auction] we went to see him at the barn and it was like you better put the tack back on him, he was ready to train again. After breezing as fast as he did…that was incredible. That told us he has the energy, he has that gene, he has what it takes to be a very very good racehorse.” 

Those are the words of David Hanley, legendary Irish horseman and General Manager of WinStar Farm. David knows a thing or two about selecting great racehorses, he and his team have selected horses like Justify, Improbable, Life is Good and many other graded stakes winners.

Trained by Hall of Fame trainer Steve Asmussen, Pine Valley is currently based in Saratoga, NY preparing for his next start in October at the Keeneland Fall Meet. He made his career debut at Saratoga on September 6th in a 6 furlong $100,000 Maiden Special Weight, “breaking from the gate like an absolute rocket” and flashing high early speed. After pressing the pace he tired in the second half of the race and finished 7th. Following the race, Asmussen said, “He wasn’t himself today and really needs a few more races to come into his own. I have no question about his ability, he’s very fast.”

Asmussen trained Pine Valley’s sire and is known for his ability to develop a horse’s speed while also setting them up for long successful campaigns. Pine Valley has impressed Steve at every step and is training alongside the fastest horses in his barn (a great sign). 

His sire Maclean’s Music shocked the racing world when he won his first and only race by 7 3/4 lengths and posted a Beyer speed figure of 114, the highest ever figure for a first-time starter. Sidelined by an unfortunate injury, Maclean’s Music entered the breeding shed as impressively as he did the racetrack, siring Preakness winning breeding stallion Cloud Computing (LTE: $1.12M) in his first crop. Since 1995, only 11 stallions have sired a classic winner in their first crop.  His sons have continued their winning ways led by 5-time graded stakes-winning Jackie’s Warrior (LTE: $1.05M) who is also trained by Asmussen and the 3-time graded stakes-winning Drain the Clock (LTE: $570k).

His mother Je Suis Tizzy is by the great stallion Tiznow, the only horse in history to win the Breeders’ Cup Classic twice. On the track, he was known for his immense size standing 16.3 hands, and his indomitable game spirit. Tiznow is now a rapidly emerging broodmare sire. To date, his daughters have produced 39 stakes winners including Tiz the Law (LTE: $2.75M), Come Dancing (LTE: $1.2M), and Mr. Money (LTE: $1.36M). But Pine Valley’s dam (mother) doesn’t just come from a great stallion, she is the daughter of the G3 winning mare Race Artist who produced stakes-winning Cherokee Run (LTE: $909k) and Cherokee Girl (LTE: $170k). 

Like his namesake the #1 Rated Golf Course in North America, we expect Pine Valley to rise to the top. Come join the round and have some fun!

His mother Je Suis Tizzy is by the great stallion Tiznow, the only horse in history to win the Breeders’ Cup Classic twice. On the track, he was known for his immense size standing 16.3 hands and his indomitable, game spirit. Tiznow is now a rapidly emerging broodmare sire. To date, his daughters have produced 39 stakes winners including Tiz the Law (LTE: $2.75M), Come Dancing (LTE: $1.2M), and Mr. Money (LTE: $1.36M). But Pine Valley’s dam (mother) doesn’t just come from a great stallion, she is the daughter of the G3 winning mare Race Artist who produced stakes-winning Cherokee Run (LTE: $909k) and Cherokee Girl (LTE: $170k). 

Like his namesake the #1 Rated Golf Course in North America, we expect Pine Valley to rise to the top. Come join the round and have some fun! 

ADDITIONAL LINKS & RESOURCES

FAQ

Having questions is natural. Check out the most frequently asked questions below or shoot us an email at hello@joincommonwealth.com
Can I make money?

Yes, if your horse wins, you’ll receive your portion of the horse’s net earnings whether from race purses, sales or even future breeding earnings.

And it’s not just an investment, it’s an experience unlike any other! You’ll receive weekly updates, behind the scenes content, race replays, and so much more!

Are there any ongoing expenses?
No! Once you invest there are zero ongoing expenses. Each share includes 24 months of training and care costs so you can invest without concern of getting in over your head!
Can I see my horse race?

Yes! That’s what this is all about! You’re welcome to come watch your horse race on any day they’re active.

Who manages the horse and makes the decisions?

Pine Valley’s racing career will be co-managed by Commonwealth and WinStar Farm. Our team has trained and managed horses to victories in the world’s biggest races.