A. P. Indy

Pin Oak Stud Presents Bloodlines: A.P. Indy’s Derby Influence

Among the points of contention in the 2015 Kentucky Derby is which sire line will deliver the winner. Through the 1970s, the Bold Ruler line was eminent, and in the 1980s, Raise a Native’s descendants took a leading role, with Northern Dancer also in the ascendant, while Bold Ruler took a plunge in classic success. […]

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Pin Oak Stud Presents Bloodlines: Fappiano’s Influence Lives On

Over the course of a weekend riddled with high-quality racing that featured many of the best horses in the country, two bloodlines were repeatedly present. First, A.P. Indy’s son Honor Code won the Grade 2 Gulfstream Park Handicap, and Tapit’s son Ring Weekend captured the G1 Kilroe Memorial. But even with the success that fell to descendants of […]

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Keeneland presents American Graded Stakes Standings: Leading Broodmare Sires

Over the past couple of weeks, we’ve taken a look at the leaders of different divisions of the American Graded Stakes Standings of 2014. This week, the focus is on broodmare sires. The stallions that ranked among the top five broodmare sires of AGS winners are familiar names, although a few may come as a […]

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Blame to Take Over Breeders’ Cup Twitter Account on #StallionSaturday

Haven’t you always wanted to ask 2010 Breeders’ Cup Classic winner Blame if maybe he felt just a little bit guilty for handing the popular mare Zenyatta the first and only defeat of her 20-race career? Well, now’s your chance. The 2010 older male champion and current Claiborne Farm stallion – or at least some […]

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Bundle of Joy: First Reported Foal a Filly for Take Charge Indy

WinStar Farm’s Take Charge Indy, the regally-bred Grade 1-winning millionaire by A.P. Indy, sired his first reported foal on Monday, Jan. 5th when a dark bay or brown filly was born at Royal Thoroughbreds in Freedom,  NY. Bred by Danzel Brendemuehl and Sandra Lombardo, the filly is out of the young Elusive Quality mare Spring […]

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Guilt Trip Among Trio to Join Red River Farm Stallion Roster

Jay Adcock’s Red River Farm in Coushhata, La., has added three new stallions to its roster for 2015: Grade 2 Strub Stakes winner Guilt Trip, two-time G3 Stoll Keenon Ogden Phoenix Stakes winner Sum of the Parts, and two-time graded stakes placed Cameo Appearance. Guilt Trip, a 5-year-old son of Pulpit out of Mysterieuse Etoile, […]

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Mr. Besilu to Eureka Thoroughbred Farm in Texas

Mr. Besilu, the son of A.P. Indy who sold for $4.2 million as a Keeneland yearling, has been retired from racing and will stand the 2015 breeding season at Mike Grossman’s Eureka Thoroughbred Farm in Fredericksburg, Texas. He will stand for a fee of $2,000. Mr. Besilu made headlines in 2010 when he sold for […]

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Zito Hopeful Stephanoatsee Can End Long Drought in Hagyard Fayette

It has been a long time since My Meadowview Farm’s Stephanoatsee visited the winner’s circle, something trainer Nick Zito hopes will change Saturday afternoon after the $200,000 Hagyard Fayette (G2). “He’s a gorgeous-looking horse,” said Zito, who got the 5-year-old son of A.P. Indy in his barn this summer. “He’s a tryer and it would […]

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Tiz Windy Rolls to Indiana Oaks Victory for Nafzger, Late Tafel

Tiz Windy rallied past Unbridled Forever and Penwith in the final furlong of Saturday night’s Grade 2 Indiana Oaks, winning the $200,000 event at Indiana Grand racetrack in Shelbyville, Ind., for trainer Carl Nafzger and Ida Mae “Gus”  Tafel, widow of the late James Tafel, who bred and owned the daughter of Tiznow until his […]

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Princess of Sylmar to Be Part of Taylor Made Consignment at Fasig-Tipton November Sale

King of Prussia Stable has announced that its four-time Grade 1 winner Princess of Sylmar will be consigned by Taylor Made Sales Agency and offered for sale as a broodmare prospect at the upcoming Fasig-Tipton November Sale on Monday, Nov. 3. Owner/breeder Ed Stanco said, “The Princess brought joy and hope to so many. We […]

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