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Welder Wins Silver Goblin Stakes for Oklahoma-breds at Remington Park
By November 19, 2017 Read More →

Welder Wins Silver Goblin Stakes for Oklahoma-breds at Remington Park

Oklahoma-bred sprinters battled 6-1/2 furlongs in the $50,000 Silver Goblin Stakes on Friday night at Remington Park with Welder winning in front-running style. Owned by Ra-Max Farms of Claremore, Okla. and trained by Boyd Finnell, Welder broke sharply, fended off the speed-dueling challenge of Mr. N, then drew clear in the stretch under jockey Travis […]

Posted in: OKLAHOMA
Two-Time Indiana Horse of the Year Lady Fog Horn Retires
By November 17, 2017 Read More →

Two-Time Indiana Horse of the Year Lady Fog Horn Retires

Two-time Indiana Horse of the Year Lady Fog Horn is retiring. The five-year-old homebred daughter of Zavata left Indiana Grand Tuesday, Oct. 31 to begin the next phase of her career in the broodmare ranks. Lady Fog Horn made her first start at Indiana Grand August 23, 2014 for Stuart Grant’s The Elkstone Group and […]

Posted in: INDIANA
Texas Thoroughbred Association Sets 2018 Sale Dates
By November 17, 2017 Read More →

Texas Thoroughbred Association Sets 2018 Sale Dates

The Texas Thoroughbred Association, in partnership with Lone Star Park, has announced its sales dates for 2018. The Texas 2-Year-Olds in Training Sale will be held April 10 with the under tack show set for April 8. Horses will breeze over the Lone Star Park track, and the sale will be held at the Texas […]

Posted in: TEXAS
Newest Issue of American Racehorse Now Online Featuring Man o’ War, the Perils of Riding Racehorses and More
By November 10, 2017 Read More →

Newest Issue of American Racehorse Now Online Featuring Man o’ War, the Perils of Riding Racehorses and More

The Fall 2017 issue of American Racehorse (formerly Southern Racehorse) magazine is now available online by clicking here. This issue of American Racehorse magazine features articles about the legendary Man o’ War on the 100th anniversary of his birth, a look at the perils of riding racehorses with some amazing photos plus much more. The […]

Indiana Grand’s Fernando De La Cruz Prepares for Ride of a Lifetime at the Breeders’ Cup

Indiana Grand’s Fernando De La Cruz Prepares for Ride of a Lifetime at the Breeders’ Cup

When horses enter the starting gate at Del Mar Saturday, Nov. 4 for the Grade 1, $1 million Breeders’ Cup Turf Sprint, the journey will mark a lifetime of work to reach that level for one jockey. Fernando De La Cruz, two-time leading jockey at Indiana Grand Racing & Casino, will be making his Breeders’ […]

Posted in: INDIANA
“Regular Guy” Tim Glyshaw Makes It Big with Pair in the Breeders’ Cup

“Regular Guy” Tim Glyshaw Makes It Big with Pair in the Breeders’ Cup

Louisville-based trainer Tim Glyshaw knows his horses are up against it when he saddles his first starters in the Breeders’ Cup Saturday: Bucchero in the $1 million Turf Sprint and Bullards Alley in the $4 million Turf at Del Mar. With 20 years in horse racing, Glyshaw knows his chosen sport is a numbers game: […]

Posted in: INDIANA
Indiana Thoroughbred Numbers Grow as Program Flourishes

Indiana Thoroughbred Numbers Grow as Program Flourishes

When The Jockey Club released its report on mares bred in 2017, Indiana stood out as the state with the largest increase in mares bred and stallions standing in the state in the top 10. The numbers released in the October 25 press release were based on Reports of Mares Bred (RMB) received through October […]

Posted in: INDIANA
Indiana-bred Bucchero Headed to the Breeders’ Cup From Indiana Grand

Indiana-bred Bucchero Headed to the Breeders’ Cup From Indiana Grand

The Indiana Thoroughbred breeding program has grown by leaps and bounds since the implementation of pari-mutuel racing in the state beginning in 1995. As progress has been made, it has been mentioned many times that, ‘one of these days, an Indiana-bred will make it to the Breeders’ Cup.’ That day has arrived as Bucchero left […]

Posted in: INDIANA
Huntstown upsets in $150,000 To Much Coffee Stakes at Indiana Grand

Huntstown upsets in $150,000 To Much Coffee Stakes at Indiana Grand

Huntstown and jockey DeShawn Parker rallied between horses in the lane to post a one-half length win in the $150,000-guaranteed To Much Coffee Stakes. The race, now in its 20th running, is named after the Thoroughbred mare, To Much Coffee, that established a track record in only the second year of pari-mutuel racing in the […]

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Express Run dominates in $150,000 Frances Slocum Stakes at Indiana Grand

Express Run dominates in $150,000 Frances Slocum Stakes at Indiana Grand

Express Run and Jockey Jon Court just missed in their last outing in the $100,000 Richmond Stakes at Indiana Grand but their start in the 21st running of the $150,000-guaranteed Frances Slocum Stakes had a different outcome. The seasoned mare sat patiently before making a strong move around the final turn, opening up to a […]

Posted in: INDIANA