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Jeffrey Seder - Founder of Equine Biomechanics & Exercise Physiology (EQB)

Jeffrey Seder - Founder of Equine Biomechanics & Exercise Physiology (EQB)

Show Notes

In this episode of the Road to Growth podcast, we are pleased to introduce you to Jeffrey Seder . Jeffrey is the founder of Equine Biomechanics & Exercise Physiology (EQB), which helps HNWI and entrepreneurs looking to get into the horse racing business pick and manage young, unraced thoroughbred horses who may then become champions.

Jeffrey has spent millions, including $7M+ of his own money, researching and refining the science of picking a champion racehorse for 4+ decades and grown EQB to be one of the USA's leading talent scout buyers for young unraced thoroughbred horses.

They helped one of their clients go from start-up to being the leading USA racing stable in 4 years with a profit! This was even before the client made $50M+ from a racehorse they selected that won several world championships and became the first Triple Crown winner in 37 years. Several other clients have also had world champions.

Jeffrey disrupted the horse racing industry by developing a quantitative approach to finding the best racehorses, much of which has now been widely copied. His approach pre-dates, and is similar to, the one depicted in the Brad Pitt movie Moneyball, in which Pitt analyzes baseball players using biometric measurements at rest and while running, as well as the type of equations and statistics to demonstrate their value and project their potential accomplishments. The data includes slow motion films, organ scans, DNA markers etc.

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