A few weeks ago, I blogged about "utility" in NFTs and why I think it is one of the most important words in the community. That blog primarily focused on digital horses in the NFT space, using zed.run as an example, but I think we should spend some more time explaining what the website actually is.
Zed is a digital horse racing platform, using Ethereum as the currency for entry and prize money. The races are streamed online and the horses are owned by other users, who can set their own resell price. It is the closest thing to racing available right now.
To buy a horse directly from Zed, you needed to be the first to the drop, but now you can buy from other users. Right now, there is no consistent drop schedule, so the other option would be to go to matic.opensea.io and purchase any of the items on the secondary marketplace.