Will Carson and Jerry Pint's Heza Wild Guy failed in his attempt to win his fourth consecutive A.J. Foyt Stakes at Indiana Downs July 13 but did earn enough money to become the all-time leading Indiana-bred money winner.
|Horse||Trainer||Breeder / Owner|
|Geordie||Joseph D. Davis||
|Hoosier Kingdom||Ron D. Herrell||
|Runnin Like Thewin||Efrain Bueno||
|Tenmor||Michael E. Lauer||
|Topper Time||Richard B. Kohnhorst||
|Unbridled Asset||S. Joe Cain||
Mike Lauer would like nothing more than to win the Snack Stakes, which is named after one of the best Indiana-bred 3-year-olds to race. Snack was euthanized in March 2005 in a stakes that might have determined whether he would have participated in Triple Crown events.
A full field of ten has been assembled for the third running of the $100,000 Michael Schaefer Mile Saturday at Hoosier Park.
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Upcoming Stakes Entries
|William Entenmann Memorial Hurdle S.||BEL|
|Te Ata S.||RP|
|New Mexico State Fair Thoroughbred Breeders S.||ALB|
|Gallant Bloom H. (gr. II)||BEL|