Loosen Up Stables' Unreachable Star, the all-time money-winning Indiana-bred racehorse with $784,595 in earnings, has been retired at age 10 because of a soft tissue injury to his left front leg.
|Horse||Trainer||Breeder / Owner|
|Boy's Brother Bob||Philip J. Heidenreich||
|Brickyard||Ronald Keith Kinmon||
|Father Mick||Michael W. Nance||
|Flashy Kid||Barbara I. McBride||
|Hard Luck Monk||Michael W. Nance||
|Kid Galahad||Tevis Q. McCauley||
|Laz Has Risen||Randy L. Klopp||
|Northern Candyride||Richard B. Kohnhorst||
|Prince of Time||Robert M. Gorham||
|Slew City Boy||William E. Hall||
|Sneakin Away||Michael E. Lauer||
|Twice Mike||Richard B. Kohnhorst||
|Unreachable Star||Tim Glyshaw||
Mike and Penny Lauer had a big night at Indiana Downs July 18 when they won three of four state-bred stakes and banked almost $200,000.
George and Lori Hall's 2-year-old colt My Adonis delivered a winning performance in the $200,000 Jean Lafitte Stakes on the night of Oct. 22, setting himself up for an appearance in the $1 million Delta Downs Jackpot.
Heza Wild Guy, a son of Wild Event-Hebe's Halo, by Sunny's Halo, was honored Jan. 22 as Indiana-bred Horse of the Year and champion Indiana-bred older male.
Less than two years into its slots-at-racetracks initiative, Indiana is in conflict and debate over its Thoroughbred racing and breeding programs, and how to strike a balance between them.
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