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The foundation of Calloway Stables’ calculated, personalized thoroughbred breeding approach is integrity, passion for the breed, hard work and common sense. Our goal is to produce commercially viable horses that are known for receiving the best care in the industry. 


In breeding, science can only take you so far. Rely on our keen approach to benefit you when purchasing your next runner. We look forward to working with you. 


Tyler Alexander

Business Development

Exploring, Inc – Atlanta, GA 

Event & Experiential Fabrication

Partner - Calloway Stables, LLC

Cell: 404-307-7062 



Growing up on Sunnydale Farms in Obion County, West Tennessee set the ground work for forming Calloway Stables.


A fourth generation commercial dairy and row crop operation, as well as competition stable for race, run, show and breeding of Quarter Horses and Tennessee Walkers, Tyler spent his formative years working on the farm, in the barn and competing…”Being able to lean on a father, grandfather, uncle and cousin who trained and bred has been the greatest resource for Calloway in this game of chance and patience.” says Alexander.


Tyler developments business for Exploring, Inc and its six manufacturer divisions specializing in custom print & fabrication in the retail, architectural, and live event markets. 


A roots country and soul music fanatic that loves it best when those two genres soul.  Tyler spends his time chasing his two daughters and overanalyzing the Volunteer's potential for another SEC title. 

Clint Joiner

COO - Jiffy Steamer Co. / HAYGAIN North America / FLEXINEB

Managing Partner – Iron Horse Racing, LLC

Partner - Calloway Stables, LLC


Cell: 731-225-7327



Clint’s passion for horses began in his youth and has carried on throughout his life. Having been lead wrangler of 75 horses at Piney River Ranch in Colorado for two stints in his career, he has always had a deep respect and admiration for the horse.


The son of a large animal veterinarian, Clint grew up on a working farm and enjoys all things equine. His attachment to the thoroughbred occurred in 1992 when he attended his first Kentucky Derby and witnessed Pat Day ride Lil E. Tee.  Since that time, his reverence for the breed has grown and has prompted his involvement with several equine related products with respect to both development and sales. His position as the Chief Operating Officer at Jiffy Steamer Company allows for complete immersion in the technology behind its multiple product categories and provides insight into potential new equine related products.


In his spare time Clint enjoys volunteering with the Boys & Girls Club, restoring classic cars, general aviation, boating and caring for his horses.


Tyler Alexander (left) & Clint Joiner (right)

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