What has impressed me about Hibiscus Stables is that first, they always provide the straightforward facts on training, condition, recovery, and plan. Secondly, I am impressed and appreciate the manner in which Hibiscus deals with the accounting functions; fees and reimbursements. Thirdly, although this may seem inconsequential, Hibiscus Stables makes an effort to appreciate the owner no matter where they are geographically. Whether it’s a photo of the horse and pedigree, a pen, a pin, hat, an invite to join the Hibiscus Table on racing day, or a photo of your winner in the winner's circle Hibiscus Stables treats the owners with consideration and appreciation and that is reciprocally appreciated! If you've never been to the Hilton in Ocala, Florida, check it out. The Hibiscus silks are in the showcase in the lobby!
The experience with Hibiscus Stables has been terrific. Communication to all the partners is outstanding and rapid, horses are well-cared for, and every win is sweet. The stable is small, which makes for an intimate experience. The number of horses may be fewer than many stables, but my office walls are covered with winner's circle photos from Aqueduct, Belmont, Saratoga, and others.
I just want to say thanks to the folks at Hibiscus Stables. My family and I have always had great memories of spending the day at the track. Lots of laughs and bonding. It was my dream to own a race horse one day and after contacting several “partnerships” from other barns nothing seemed quite right until I contacted and met the folks from Hibiscus. From the very first phone call to the first meeting to every contact since they have been nothing but courteous, informative, HONEST, and helpful. But beyond that, it’s the way Hibiscus promotes togetherness and welcomes me to be part of the experience is something I am really enjoying!! I could not have asked for a better stable to be partners with!!
"I have been involved in horse racing partnerships for less than a year. I have invested in partnerships in different groups and have found Hibiscus Stables to be very informative and fun. They have a caring view of running an organization that places an emphasis on quality horses and trainers. I particularly enjoy that on race day they have a Hibiscus table in the dining room where I can meet and enjoy camaraderie with other partners."
"I was looking to join a partnership to get started in the game. I had limited funds but wanted to be part of an ownership group that would accomodate me and still make me feel just as important as a large investor. I was able to go on the backstretch and see the barn area, talk to the trainer, and watch workouts. My dream was to just have one of our horses make it to the races and eventually break her maiden and see where she takes us from there. But to be part of a partnership that was able to accomplish that in just her second start was even more than I would have ever imagined. Looking forward to see what my filly does in her next start and enjoy being part of the Hibiscus Team."
I grew up around Belmont and Aqueduct race tracks in the late 50's and early 60's. It wasn't until many years later, that I felt I could look to invest in the Sport Of Kings. Hibiscus Stables has made it possible for many to join and enjoy the Sport Of Kings. I have been in several other Thoroughbred partnerships and never really had any communications with them. I researched several other Thoroughbred partnerships until I found Hibiscus Stables. I have been with them for several years and have been very pleased with their communications and concerns for their partners. They are always looking at different alternatives for partners to invest in a great sport and business.
I wanted to send you an email and tell you thanks for the partnership. I have been in a couple of partnerships before I started my own racing stable and yours was the best run and being up front and open about everything is a rarity. I have had 2 that ripped people off and had BS vet charges and lied about stuff and the worst kind of people out there. I just wanted to say thanks. If I was going to stay with partnerships yours would be the first one i would do.
"You'd have to be in a coma to go with another racing partnership."
-Dr. U. Feldman, NY