THE GIFT THAT KEEPS ON GIVING
Have you ever wanted to buy a nice gift but didnít know what to get? You end up buying a tie, a shirt, a gift certificate instead. Havenít we all been there? You probably have never thought about giving the gift of a partial ownership in a racehorse before, but now you can think about that possibility. Here is how it would work.
You buy one $940 unit of a racehorse and give the partial ownership it buys to the giftís recipient.
You pay $940 to purchase one unit of a racehorse and have a maximum, known in advance, cost for ongoing expenses. You would never pay more than the stated amount, explained on the FINANCES webpage.
The recipient of this gift can follow the horseís career, appear in the winnerís circle, and receive checks when the horse is doing well, potentially for a number of years. You give the gift once and the horse keeps giving for as long as he is doing well. This is quite a unique gift.
Buy one unit for yourself.
And one for your best friend.
Buy one unit for your father.
Buy one for your mother.
Buy one unit for your aunt or uncle.
Buy one unit for your significant other.
Buy one unit for your children, grandchildren.
You can continue to buy the same type of gifts year after year or break out of that habit and give a gift that you can be quite sure the recipient has not received before.
As might be said in the Master Card commercials:
- A blue sweater (to be exchanged at the earliest possible moment) - $35
- A home-made birdhouse (cost of materials) - $12
- A gift certificate to a local chain restaurant - $50
- Seeing your mother in the Winnerís Circle - PRICELESS