Indiana

‘Stubby’ English Secret Hasn’t Let A Little Frostbite Slow Him Down

From a distance, English Secret looks like any other horse on the track, but a few steps closer reveals a definite disfigurement. The now four-year-old Indiana bred son of English Channel suffered severe frostbite as a baby, but has not let that stop him from achieving his path to the racetrack. Owned by breeder Ken […]

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‘Tez’ Honors Late Football Star Cortez Kennedy With Win At Indiana Grand

Another year older and a little stronger was all it took to make Tez a winner at Indiana Grand Racing & Casino. To most, the performance by the three-year-old son of The Factor might have been just another maiden breaking win but for the connections of Tez, the win has more meaning. Owned by New […]

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Bucchero Voted 2018 Indiana-Bred Horse Of The Year

Indiana Thoroughbred Owners and Breeders Association (ITOBA) held their annual awards banquet at Indiana Grand Racing & Casino Sunday, April 14. The event, which was held in conjunction with the Indiana Thoroughbred Breed Development, honored the champions of 2018 just before the 2019 racing season gets underway Tuesday, April 16. Hosted by Rachel McLaughlin, Indiana […]

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Indiana-Breds Find Success Racing In Korea

Two Indiana-bred horses have been in the headlines for Korean racing recently, with both imports finding success at Seoul Racecourse for their separate owners. Choego Money (Stephen Got Even – Lady Heroine, by Sea Hero) was bred by Lawrence Ernst and Red Heart Farm and exported for owner Humchan for trainer Yang Jae Cheol in […]

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First Indiana-Sired Foals Are Colts for Ready’s Image

The first Indiana-sired foals by leading stallion Ready’s Image have been born at Springcliff Farm in Martinsville, Ind. Grade 2 winner Ready’s Image, on lease from Calumet Farm, is currently standing his second season in Indiana at Dr. Roger Beam’s Midwest Equine and Veterinary Clinic in Trafalgar, Ind. The 14-year-old stallion by More Than Ready […]

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Indiana Racing Commission Considers Banning Albuterol For Quarter Horses

The following statement was released by the Indiana Horse Racing Commission: The Indiana Horse Racing Commission will consider adopting rules which add Albuterol to the list of prohibited substances for American Quarter Horses racing in Indiana. The IHRC will consider the following rule changes at its spring meeting (date to be determined), and is requesting input […]

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$700,000 Dirt Track Renovation ‘Right On Schedule’ At Indiana Grand

At the conclusion of the 16th season of Thoroughbred and Quarter Horse racing Wednesday, Nov. 7, the track maintenance crew immediately began renovation on the one-mile dirt racetrack at Indiana Grand Racing and Casino. The $700,000 project is expected to be completed in March 2019 when the barn area opens for training. Several consultants have […]

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Indiana Stallion Roster Grows Heading Into 2019 Breeding Season

New stallions to the Indiana Thoroughbred Breed Development Program are making headlines already, with breeding season just months away. Grade 1 winner I Want Revenge is now calling the Indiana Stallion Station in Anderson, Ind., home. Purchased by Jeff and Suzy Jeans from the November Keeneland Sale earlier this month, the Stephen Got Even stallion […]

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Amoss, Garcia Tie For Training Title At Indiana Grand

It was a fight to the finish between two of Indiana Grand’s most accomplished trainers. At the conclusion of the 120-day meet Wednesday, Nov. 7, they could not be separated. Tom Amoss and Genaro Garcia each ended the season with 45 wins to be named 2018 Leading Trainer at Indiana Grand. Garcia earned his second […]

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‘Nothing Can Handicap Her’: Miss Ximena Brings Renewed Outlook To Ortiz’s Biggest Fan

It was only the first start for Miss Ximena on Saturday at Indiana Grand, but she was carrying far more on her back than just jockey Alex Canchari. The two-year-old daughter of Flat Out is named in honor of Trainer John Ortiz’s sister, Karla Ximena (pronounced He-mena) Ortiz, who is afflicted with the autoimmune disease […]

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