Case grew up at Three Chimneys Farm, which was Founded by his parents in 1972, where he worked in the summers in the Yearling and Broodmare Divisions as well as the Saratoga Sales. After graduating from DePauw University with a BA in Economics, he spent six years in Chicago, working at Arlington Park, Ernst & Young, and the Hyatt Corporation in the Marketing sector.
In 2003, Case spent a year abroad at both the Irish National Stud and Arrowfield Stud in Australia, then returned to the Family Business to run the Sales Consignment, and then all aspects of the Farm. When Three Chimneys was sold to the Torrealba Family, Case remained at the Farm as Chief Commercial Officer for 8 years, and also began helping outside clients with their Bloodstock Management, Purchases and Equine Insurance needs. At the end of 2022, Case moved full-time to Case Clay Thoroughbred Management.
Case currently sits on the Board of Keeneland, is a Board Member of the Breeders' Cup and also serves as Chairman of KEEP. He lives in Lexington, KY with his wife Lorin and three children, Anna, James and Eleanor.
The Thoroughbred Business is a Relationship Business.
Case's domestic and global relationships in the Thoroughbred Business have provided his clients access to Bloodstock in the Private Market that cannot always be found at Auction. That being said, not every horse can be bought privately, so Case sources horses at auction as well, including the Services below:
-John Messara, Chairman, Arrowfield Group
-Paul Varga, Bal Mar Equine