Midwest Thoroughbreds, Inc. is the ownership entity created by Richard and Karen Papiese that currently oversees nearly 400 thoroughbreds. Our History. Midwest Thoroughbreds, Inc. began back in 2001 with two horses as Sues April Fool and My Beau Genius got it all started.
Owner Midwest Thoroughbreds Inc's record by race type. Filter results by race type, check out win ratios, total prize money won plus much, much more. Midwest Thoroughbreds and trainer Jamie Ness, who teamed up in 2009, officially ended their business relationship last week when Midwest sent 26 horses from the Ness barn to other trainers. Success at the Highest Levels Integrity& Experience Unparalleled Customer Service West Point Thoroughbreds develops and manages horse racing partnerships across the United States which provide individuals unique opportunities to fulfill their dreams to own a racehorse and compete at the highest levels of the sport.
Gambling Problems? The New York Racing Association encourages responsible wagering. If gambling is a problem for you or someone you care about, help is available 24 hours a day. Midwest Thoroughbreds, Inc. is the vision of Richard and Karen Papiese. Starting with a small stable of horses, Midwest Thoroughbreds has grown to over 300 race horses. While racing is one of the main focuses of Midwest Thoroughbreds, Inc.the aftercare of racings participants is just as important.
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Operating& Engineering Manuals Every machine shipped from the factory includes a printed copy of its Operating Manual. When applicable, a printed copy of the Engineering Manual specific to the machines serial number is also included.
Midwest Thoroughbreds, which has led North American Thoroughbred owners by races won every year since 2010, is being sued by a former trainer for alleged violation of federal and state labor laws Midwest Thoroughbreds, the leading owner in North America in wins since 2010, has fired one of its trainers, Brad Cox, and has shipped the 30 horses he trained at Churchill Downs to Jamie Ness on Midwest Thoroughbreds came into being in 2008 when owners Richard and Karen Papiese began running horses under a stable name rather than their own names.
Papiese, a businessman from the Chicago area, has kept a minimal public profile throughout his stable's growth. Midwest Thoroughbreds Inc. horse racing results, news, notes, top horses, history, stakes, photos, and comments.