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Domain Shane’s Daily List of Domains at Auction for Monday June 22nd, 2020

When I used to trade one of the hobbies of traders was to buy race horses. A lot of people don’t know but when you see a race called “Claiming” race you can actually put in a claim before the race for the amount of the claiming race. So if you see a race that says “Claiming $8000” you can buy that horse for $8K. The goal was to buy an 8, 10, or 20K horse and try and hope that horse wins. If they win they can move up to a race where the claim is for more. We’d look for horses dropping in price and hope the last few races could be fixed. So rather than bet $5K on a horse they would just put a claim on the horse and the prize regardless, is you get a horse. Of course you need to have a deal with a trainer to make sure that horse has a place to stay and train.

Where most people get killed is the monthly cost to feed, house, train, and medicate a horse. And that’s really expensive. It’s generally the same for a cheap claim or high priced horse. The main difference in the super expensive horse is the costly transportation costs and security. Yes they need to have a full time guard to keep some crazy person from injecting the horse. Gambling makes people do stupid stuff. Like buy a claiming horse.

I actually went in with my boss on a claimer but thankfully we were second claim and didn’t get it. The horse came in second to last and would have been a drain. Horseracing is a rich mans hobby. There are those that make money but its really just something to talk about. Horse owners are like vegans. You will know that they own horses in the first 5 minutes of talking to them. The money is in training. Its guaranteed monthly earnings but you do need to show some success to get a good stable. I’ve known several trainers over the years and while its a modest life, they all seem to love it. They love working with the animals and treat all their horses like family. But its still a business so they have to put their horses in claimers to keep the stable fresh and see if they can find the next diamond in the ruff. Aka pawn their trash off to wealthy business people who don’t know a damn thing about horses.

Quote of the Day: You try to do the best with what you’ve got and ignore everything else. That’s why horses get blinders in horse racing: You look at the horse next to you, and you lose a step” – Jimmy Iovine

Domain of the Day: TheTable.com IMO its the best name on the board. I think it hits 10K

Park.io Names at Auction or Available for Pickup

Icicle.io I think this is a cool name

Playmaker.io I think this is a good name for gambling site. If one dot io becomes a popular sports gambling site they all will take off

EasyTesting.io Five figure name in dot com so this is worth looking at

Heal.io Oh boy, this one is going to do very very very well

Running.io Same here. I am probably going to buy it. Check my bank account now

Namejet and Sedo & More Domains at Action

GardenDecorations.com Met reserve. The Gardening industry is up 20% plus in 2020. Scotts, the largest company was up 40% this spring

Flautas.com One of my favorite Mexican foods if made properly

Cleaning.net Its a dot net but worth the reserve IMO as a marketing name for a company that does exactly this

WTF.LOL Might set a record for highest dot LOL ever sold

Da.Cool Sedo needs to vet these. Too many of these that aren’t real

WMHA.com Great letters. A for association. And reserve under $500. Checks all the boxes

GoodBet.net I like it because it rhymes so people will remember it. No bids

FloridaLawns.com Tens of thousands of lawn companies in Florida

VitaSnack.com 20 years old and taken in 11 other extensions. At least it SOUNDS good for you

XOPU.com I think the reserve is pretty fair for a CVCV.com

Godaddy Domains With Bids

8008.cc Yup. Dot cc numerics and shorts still have incredible value

y3.cc Another here at the same price level. Another category that we all kick ourselves for not getting when they cost nothing

AceCoin.com Top number of bids on the Godaddy board today. A crypto coin shares the name ACE

ActBetter.com What we all mean when we say “Be Better”

BostonMattress.com There’s a reason there are so many mattress companies. Almost every human on earth needs one. Boston included

GreatArtist.com Paint and Sing

HireFast.com Same day employees

GreatRecipesOnline.com Its a bit long but probably good for SEO

ILoveSilver.com Elliot

CRMM.com Nice letters. 20 years old and taken in 15 extensions

MouthGame.com Sounds like a game that’s not going to end well

CharlotteRVCenter.com I’m long RV and campers right now

ILoveSmoothies.com Marketing name for Smoothie King or that person that thinks they are being healthy but really just a milkshake with some stuff thrown in

GroundBase.com Sounds like a good place to start

RedNote.com I feel like its already a blues bar

ERJobs.com They are definitely available. Bidders think there’s a business in matching them up

PrimeSearch.com I see this more as an employment recruiter than online search

ThinkWine.com Middle aged women’s name

Godaddy Names With One or No Bids

YapWallet.com

DigiBean.com

RaceAhead.com

SuccessAhead.com

BambooSleep.com

61Bet.com

Miisty.com

EasyGrowGarden.com


The Rest of the Godaddy Names with Bids

041111.com
1PageDesign.com
3ddirect.com
88489.com
93342.com
AlienFood.com
AnimalAlert.com
Awnings-And-Blinds.com
CarNavalBrazilianGrill.com
CoenBrothers.net
CPNJ.com
d-i-n-a.net
DPJI.com
DriverBoost.com
Ecta-lsr.com
Ecta-lsr.net
EventCalendars.com
FondOsesCriToRio.org
gnh-movement.org
GoldenLandPages.com
GraebelMoving.com
GymFX.com
HealthSchools.com
hg4388.com
HotMovieSale.com
Kitten-Rescue.com
KKiss.com
LaurieKeller.com
LeadersConference.com
Liril.com
LiveInTheGrey.com
Manium.com
MaryFallin.org
MasterFreelancer.com
MBJ.net
MoneyOnline.net
NationalMassage.com
Nebari.com
Peoples-Stories.com
PictAram.org
Pueblodecochiti.org
RalphKimball.com
RealEstateDream.co
SecureServerDot.com
SherpaKitchenRestaurant.com
SunTrend.com
TKS.org
TSCPets.com
UltraBrown.com
UrbanStrong.com
VanDoMian.com
Vide.net
Wacta.net


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