Join America's Best Racing as we go behind the scenes with Commonwealth Horse Racing Group's Chase Chamberlin while he rooted on the publicly owned racehorse, We the People, at this year's 154th running of the Belmont Stakes.
Commonwealth is a microshare investment company which promises to significantly expand the accessibility of ownership at all levels of Thoroughbred racing, sales, and breeding. The group allows anyone in the world to purchase shares in racehorses starting at $50 a share.
Chase Chamberlin is the head of racing at Commonwealth and, according to their official website has "devoted thousands of hours to the research of nutrition, equine sports medicine, reproduction and horsemanship under some of the world’s greatest trainers."
At this year's Belmont Stakes, Chase, and a large number of shareholders (including celebrity chef Bobby Flay), came out to root on their collectively owned horse, We the People. Watch as Chase and Co. move from the boxes to the saddling area to take in the 154th running.
Despite We the People finishing in fourth place, Chase and the team clearly enjoyed the atmosphere, the track, and the racing community's company and, as he said, "there are no bad days in horse racing."
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