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Britton Peak was founded from the legacy of the Martin Family, a horse racing dynasty stretching back to the 1940s beginning with
Frank "Pancho" Martin, a Racing Hall of Fame inductee and legend in our sport.
From that epic beginning, Jose Martin became the next trainer in the family. He made his mark by conditioning 3 National Eclipse Award Champions including the richest Texas-Bred in history - Groovy (1987 Sprint Champion) and holder of the top 2 Beyer speed figures in the history of Thoroughbred Racing.
As we continue our 3rd generation within the sport, Carlos, Greg, Gloria & Jose, have come together with our collective unparalleled experience, success and skills. Our family had a vision, to create a comprehensive, all encompassing Thoroughbred management and services company.
We have had the fortune of  launching  just at the right time, when some of the most talented horsemen in our industry were ready to embark on new challenges themselves. To that end, Britton Peak has partnered with a group of select Equine professionals with over 40 years experience. 
Our expert bloodstock network includes some of the most respected long-time trainers, bloodstock agents & veterinarians in our sport. Britton Peak has also contracted with the premier Equine accounting firm Dean Dorton & Equine law firm Stites & Harbison, both located in the heart of horse country, Kentucky.
We combine traditional "old school" horsemanship excellence with a disciplined fiscal approach and cutting edge technology through our exclusive "big data" bloodstock analytics modeling (a proprietary database 3 years in the making).
Now, with the launch & quickly accelerating growth of Britton Peak, the dream has become a reality. We are just beginning our journey but it is undeniable that we have assembled an organization that is second to none in terms of collective experience, accomplishments, expertise & dedication to your success as a Thoroughbred investor

Check out our "Team Bios" , "Family Tradition" and "Media" tabs above to learn more.

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