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Tropical Racing

the lucrative world of the sport of kings
The Thoroughbred industry has long been an exclusive club – a billionaire’s playground. Not anymore. Now you can invest and profit right alongside this once exclusive club. Tropical Racing’s experienced team has the track record and the expertise to grow assets while driving income, revenues, and profitability rapidly

Through our multifaceted investment strategy in all aspects of the thoroughbred Industry, Tropical Racing just closed as lead investor and partner in Game of Silks – the first derivative gaming platform that leverages a blockchain-enabled metaverse to parallel the real world of thoroughbred horse racing.  The Silks metaverse is powered by a play-to-earn (P2E) gaming economy where anyone can experience the thrill of owning race horses and horse farms, while reaping valuable tokens through skilled gameplay and contributions to the ecosystem. The Silks community will have the ability to acquire, collect, trade and interact with digital assets that represent actual thoroughbred racehorses in the real world!


Our offering is priced at $3.50 per unit. Each unit is comprised of one (1) Tropical Racing common share and one (1) common share warrant.


Each unit contains a common share warrant – each of which can be exercised (purchased) at the price of $5.00 per Tropical Racing common share.

In our offering, a warrant is a security that entitles the holder to buy Tropical Racing’s common stock at $5.00 (called the exercise price) for 18 months following the initial investment.


Our investment minimum is $1,050 which equals 300 units.


Tropical Racing has implemented a business plan with a proven track record of success in many sport industries. We pride ourselves on building the largest most successful thoroughbred sports team conglomerate company in modern times – the NY Yankees of the thoroughbred Industry.

We are eternizing every facet and revenue stream in the 130-billion-dollar racing industry. Tropical Racing started as a single-owned entity syndicating horses that quickly expanded to a multi-owner operation and partner in numerous other companies.

“Tropical Racing took me past the velvet rope into the extremely lucrative thoroughbred racing and breeding market—a space usually filled by wealthy individuals, royalty, and wall street. Now, I get to invest in a unique private community aiming for both high returns and regular dividends!”




“I invested in Tropical Racing because I know thoroughbred racing and breeding. They know it better than I do and have the experience to uncover little known, up and coming breeding scenarios, invest, grow and sell them. Rinse. Repeat.”



We’ve selected Reg A+, the method of securities law that allows us to compliantly offer VC-like investments to everyone — not just institutions and the ultra-rich. We aim to invest in land and thoroughbred racing horses to increase our asset driven business model and breeding operation. Amazingly, our assets have the ability to multiply every year. Think of a rental building that is sold out. Wouldn’t it be amazing if every room can multiply every year? That’s’ the thoroughbred racing and breeding industry. Each horse is an asset that we can then turn the asset into multiple revenue strings in perpetuity.

This decade will catapult Tropical Racing and breeding into the financial stratosphere. We aim to build strategic relationships with the industry leaders to assist us in determining undervalued situations in the industry. From there, Tropical Racing can then purchase destressed farms, as well as undervalued thoroughbreds at all stages of their careers.

With all of the new sports wagering casinos popping up at racetracks, the business models of the casinos, and the ever-increasing purses our horses have the ability to win, our team’s unparallel work ethic, knowledge, and ability in the industry create the foundation for success.


An investment in Tropical Racing is through a Regulation A+ offering. For answers to some general questions about an investment in Tropical Racing, please see below:

Who do I contact at Tropical Racing for help investing?

Please email our team at IR@tropicalracing.com.

How do I send money for my investment?

It’s easy! You can send a Wire Transfer, ACH, or personal check. You can also invest via Credit Card or via a retirement account.

What is the minimum I need to invest?

In order to participate in this opportunity, you will need to invest a minimum of $1,050 USD.

When are you planning on going public?

Tropical Racing is unique in that there are multiple and, potentially, evergreen ways that investors can enjoy returns. In addition to later stages, we hope to disperse regular dividends. We can have one or many of our foals, yearlings, and horses of racing age sell at public auctions nationwide. Assets – inventory we acquire and build – generate returns. As the company evolves, we will determine the best path to give the highest possible returns for our investors.

What is the last day to invest with Tropical Racing?

Once we hit our target total, we will no longer take investments. With that being said, we may close the offering earlier than when we hit our target raise for a variety of business-model reasons. Because of this, we do suggest that if you are interested in investing in Tropical Racing, that you do so early.

What are the funds being used for?

Funds will be used to buy additional assets, land, and thoroughbred racehorses throughout all the major sales worldwide, as well as private horse purchases. Tropical Racing’s expertise team will seek opportunities and grant us the ability to purchase undervalued livestock and land, ultimately giving us the ability to expedite our revenue streams.

How will I keep updated on the performance of my investment?

We will update you at least on a quarterly basis. These updates will be done through our software and you will receive an email outlining the performance of Tropical Racing and its various companies.

Do I need to be an accredited investor to invest in this offering?

As a Regulation A+ Offering, you do not need to be an Accredited Investor. However, if you are not an Accredited Investor, you will only be able to invest 10% of your annual income or total available funds.

What are the requirements to be an accredited investor?
To be an accredited investor, a person must either: 1) Have an annual income exceeding $200,000 ­– or $300,000 for joint income – for the last two years, with the expectation of earning the same or higher income in the current year. 2) A net worth of at least one million US dollars, excluding that individual’s primary residence.
If I invest now, can I invest more in the future?
We may or may not have an additional offering at some point in the future. This will depend on a number of factors.
How often will there be informational updates from the company?

We aim to make an investment in Tropical Racing both a solid investment opportunity, as well as a great journey that our investors can enjoy and learn about within the thoroughbred racing and breeding industry. Live your dream, join an exclusive club, and have the opportunity to walk in the Winner’s Circle knowing you own part of that horse!  We will have regular updates on our progress and activities, and we will provide quarterly updates. We also plan to have webinars, video updates, and email updates monthly.


Everyone helping build Tropical Racing, not limited to employees



Troy’s career started at age 18 as one of the youngest horse trainers in New York. His dedication and expertise with racing grew to include breeding, syndicating, and in 2017, forming his own racing partnership group, Tropical Racing.



Born in Western Canada, Michelle began riding horses at two years old. She holds multiple degrees including a BSc, MS, and a PhD. Her career as a Neuroscientist at John Hopkins University pivoted into the horse racing world.



Financial, operations, and tax compliance professional experienced in a variety of industries. Accomplished in strategic and financial planning, operations management, all types of tax compliance, tax policy development and coordination, organizational efficiency, employee benefits administration, and profit maximization.