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Edge Racing Buys Into Stakes Winner No Nay Mets

MyRacehorse has announced that through its Edge Racing syndicate, it has bought into multiple stakes-winning 3-year-old No Nay Mets .

No Nay Mets is currently owned by Houston Astros superstar Alex Bregman’s Bregman Family Racing, who was one of two owners to receive OwnerView’s 2023 New Owner of the Year Award. Bregman’s relatively new ownership operation is off to a red-hot start, and this is the horse at the top of his stable.

No Nay Mets, a son of No Nay Never , has three wins (all in stakes) in five lifetime starts and career earnings of $233,000. The Irish-bred colt was last seen finishing a close fourth in the Nov. 3 Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Turf Sprint (G1T). He is slated to make his seasonal debut in the March 23 $100,000 Texas Glitter Stakes at Gulfstream Park for trainer George Weaver and figures to be among the favorites in that spot.

“We have huge ambitions for No Nay Mets this year,” said Bregman. “He has had a nice turnout this winter in Florida and is just about to get back to the races. One of the key races on our radar is the grade 2 Shakertown (Stakes) on April 6 at Keeneland. I truly think this horse is special. I think he is capable of winning the biggest races here and abroad and I’m excited we will get to share his journey with so many partners. I love what the guys over at MyRacehorse are doing and am thrilled to be a part of it.”

WATCH: Alex Bregman on No Nay Mets and partnering up with MyRacehorse

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MyRacehorse, best known for its ownership interest in the 2020 Horse of the Year and Kentucky Derby (G1) winner Authentic  , launched Edge Racing in 2020 in response to the demand MyRacehorse partners had for smaller groups and larger investments. Edge traditionally offers shares in increments of 5% and 10%, and has enjoyed its own racetrack success with the likes of graded stakes winner Yes This Time  and graded stakes-placed In Due Time .

“Our one-time payment, all-inclusive micro-shares via MyRacehorse are super popular, and we have decided to try something similar with Edge,” said Joe Moran, managing director of Edge Racing. “Today (March 20) we are announcing the launch of Edge Advantage Shares. These will be modestly priced equity shares in highly desired and valued bloodstock that are all-inclusive, with funds for training and care, insurance, and admin baked in, allowing purchases to be a one-time payment. We are seeking big-time horses, with the opportunities to race in the highest-level races. No Nay Mets is the perfect fit—he had a spectacular 2-year-old season, and based on everything we have seen, we are hopeful for an even bigger 3-year-old campaign.”

One of the biggest differences in Edge Advantage versus MyRacehorse shares is the eligibility to buy. Edge Racing is only open to accredited investors, while MyRacehorse is open to virtually everyone.

“Based on United States securities regulations, we need to bifurcate our stable into those that were available to everyone and those that would be reserved for accredited investors,” explained Michael Behrens, CEO of MyRacehorse. “It would be my preference to have all shares available to anyone that is interested, but at this time that is just not possible. Until we find a resolution, we will just have to continue and find great opportunities for both our stables.”

For more information on Edge Racing and No Nay Mets, please visit here.  

This press release has been edited for content and style by BloodHorse Staff.

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