Finding Haven For A Retired Indiana-Bred

The end of the racing season at Indiana Grand Racing & Casino sees trainers moving tack to the next track and horses either head to the farm for vacation or to the next race meet. It is also seen as the informal retirement period for racehorses. For trainer Tim Glyshaw and his client, Ironhorse Racing […]

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Longshot Copper Nickel Skips Clear In Miss Indiana Stakes

Copper Nickel may have been overlooked by the public, but her connections had faith in her. At odds of 20-1, the two-year-old daughter of Stroll put the field at her heels in the stretch and rode away with the victory in the 22nd running of the $100,000 Miss Indiana Stakes at Indiana Grand Tuesday, Nov. […]

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Indiana Represented By 17 In Thoroughbred Makeover Competition

Hundreds of off-track Thoroughbreds are descending upon the Kentucky Horse Park this week to showcase their athleticism in their new careers. Among those horses are 17 registered Indiana-bred Thoroughbreds who have taken their Hoosier Horsepower to a different level with their new trainers and owners. The Retired Racehorse Project’s $100,000 Thoroughbred Makeover will be held […]

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‘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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Indiana Thoroughbred Breed Development Program Deadlines Approaching

As the leaves start to change color in the Hoosier Heartland, it’s a reminder to all Thoroughbred owners and breeders looking to participate in one of the most lucrative regional breeding programs to get in their Indiana registration applications. Deadlines are fast approaching for the Indiana Thoroughbred Breed Development Program. Stallion owners looking to cash […]

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Indiana-Bred Lady Fog Horn Best In Falls City Handicap

The Elkstone Group’s Indiana homebred Lady Fog Horn – the reigning Indiana Horse of the Year – sounded off against open company on Thanksgiving Day at Churchill Downs with a 1 1/2-length triumph over Streamline in the 101st running of the $200,000 Falls City Handicap (Grade II) for fillies and mares. Lady Fog Horn, trained […]

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Heza Wild Guy named Indiana-bred of the year

As a nine-year-old, the son of Wild Event and bred by Circle S Ranch, won three times all in stakes races, finished second twice and earned a career high $153,176.

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