Indiana Horse Racing Commission

First Winner for Indiana Stallion What Now

Indiana stallion What Now

Indiana stallion What Now

Indiana stallion What Now was represented by his first winner on July 1 at Indiana Grand as his 2-year-old daughter Red Hot Rumor captured a $34,000 maiden special weight race for state-breds. The chestnut runner actually crossed the wire second in the five-furlong race but was placed first after the disqualification of Whistle Stop for interference.

Bred by Don Wright and owned by Don and Pepper Wright, Red Hot Rumor earned $20,400 in her career debut. Mario Rodriguez rode for trainer Joseph Davis.

What Now is a multiple winning son of Distorted Humor whose first crop of runners are 2-year-olds this year. An earner of nearly $100,000 on the track, What Now is a half brother to Preakness Stakes (G1) winner and Belmont Stakes (G1) runner-up Oxbow. His female family also includes Horse of the Year and two-time Breeders’ Cup Classic (G1) winner Tiznow.

What Now stands at R Star Stallions in Anderson.

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