Let’s Go Stable, a racing operation that focuses on building partnerships, was formed in 2006 by Kevin Scatuorchio and his brother-in-law Bryan Sullivan. Scatuorchio and Sullivan serve as managing partners. Scatuorchio is the son of James Scatuorchio, who raced champion English Channel. Let’s Go Stable finished third in the 2008 Belmont Stakes with Ready’s Echo and raced Grade 2 winner El Padrino, Verrazano's half-brother (same dam [mother], different sire [father]).
John Magnier is the driving force behind the worldwide Coolmore empire, which is based in Ireland. He comes from a long line of horsemen and his wife, Sue Magnier, is the daughter of the legendary Irish trainer Vincent O'Brien. With Magnier at the helm, Coolmore has stood influential stallions such as Sadler's Wells and Danehill. Magnier's horses race in his wife's name. The Magniers are frequently involved in partnerships with betting shop tycoon Michael Tabor and Derrick Smith.