MyRacehorse To Offer Shares Of Champion Monomoy Girl; Kumin Re-Joins Ownership

When two-time Eclipse Award winner Monomoy Girl makes her 2021 debut this Sunday at Oaklawn in the G3 Bayakoa Stakes, both MyRacehorse and Sol Kumin will have been added the champion mare’s ownership group, reports bloodhorse.com.

Spendthrift Farm bought the 6-year-old daughter of Tapizar for $9.5 million at the end of 2020, following her win in the Breeders’ Cup Distaff, and decided to return the mare to trainer Brad Cox for a final racing season. Spendthrift has since leased out a portion of her racing rights to both MyRacehorse and Kumin.

MyRacehorse will control 51 percent of Monomoy Girl’s racing rights, and expects to sell 10,200 shares at $46, each constituting a .005 share of purse money she earns in 2021.

Kumin was originally involved in Monomoy Girl’s ownership under his Monomoy Stables partnership, and has now leased a share of her racing rights under the Madaket Stable banner.

“It was hard to let Monomoy Girl go at the end of the year, but it seemed like the right thing to do for our stable and partnership,” Kumin told bloodhorse.com. “Once I saw Spendthrift bought her, I asked if I could stay involved in some way and they were able to make it happen so we can complete the ride. We have been lucky with Spendthrift in the past, and they are great partners, so we are extremely appreciative they let us back.”

Read more at bloodhorse.com.

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