How Thoroughbred Investments Work  

There are many ways to invest in the Thoroughbred industry. Journeyman has proven success in all areas of the industry.
  • Stallions

  • Yearlings / Two-Year-Olds

  • Racing

  • Broodmare Investments


Broodmare investments offer viable opportunities with multiple options to reap rewards in the Thoroughbred business.

I'll Get Along, dam of
Smarty Jones sells for $5,000,000
Consigned by Brent Fernung, Agt.
Whether you are interested in short-term or long-term involvement, broodmare investments are a good choice. Compared to other segments of the Thoroughbred industry, such as 2-year-olds in training and racehorses, broodmares offer a relatively safe investment with less risk and less cost. Broodmare investments provide more opt-out opportunities to earn rewards.

For instance, you can buy a maiden (or open) mare, breed her to a marketable stallion and then resell her in foal for a quick turnaround on your investment. Another option is to wait and sell the resultant foal as a weanling or a yearling. You can also buy a mare already in foal and go with either of the aforementioned choices.

On the long-term side of the ledger, many people derive great satisfaction in being involved with the breeding process – from planning the mating, to the birth of the foal, to watching the foal grow. There is also the opportunity to build a quality broodmare band and sell and/or race their resultant foals. 

Again this is the great thing about broodmare investments – the marketplace is not limited to one avenue such as the 2-year-old in training sales. Instead, your investment has a chance to return rewards in all four markets – broodmare, weanling, yearling and 2- year-olds.

It all begins with the broodmare. Let us show you how.

Brent Fernung and I'll Get Along,
Dam of 2004 Kentucky Derby
Winner, Smarty Jones

Crystal Fernung with
Eileen's Moment,
dam of 1992 Kentucky Derby
Winner Lil E Tee

Contact Journeyman Bloodstock

To learn more about how you can get started in the exciting industry of Thoroughbred Investment, contact Journeyman Bloodstock below.  

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Areas of Interest
Broodmare Investment
Yearlings / Two-Year-Olds
Stallion investment
Level of investment
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