“There is one fundamental problem with all of these algorithms,” said Eli Finkel, a psychologist at Northwestern University who studies relationships.
“They have set themselves up with an impossible task: They assume that they can take information from two people who are totally unaware of each other’s existence and determine whether they are compatible.
Then along came online dating, which suggested a less mystical view of the matchmaking process.
This isn’t the first on-line dating site dedicated to “horse lovers.” There’s horsepeopledating.com, meethorselovers.com, equestriansingles.com, equestriancupid.com, horseandcountrylovers.com, horsedate.com, muddymatch.com, and the list goes on.
Another could be the claim by the American Horse Council that “in the United States alone, 1 out of every 63 or 4.6 million Americans are involved in the horse industry as owners, service providers, employees and volunteers.
Millions more people participate as spectators.” Winners Circle is free to sign up, but in the first five days of existence, it seems like there’s only been one brave sole. If you can find a common interest with a potential mate, that’s one huge step towards finding a lasting relationship.
Racing Future is a portal for the global community dedicated to re-building and growing the sport of horse racing.
They partnered up with a company called Dating which is a white-labeling service for on-line dating.
It’s not the most well developed site, and for now, it seems like just another avenue for Racing Future to get you to their main blog. Even better, if you can find a potential partner that will not only accept your absence (both physically and mentally) from all things “non- horse racing” on the weekends, but maybe even participate with you, well then my friend, you’ve found your match.