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|
|Bellamy Jones||Robert M. Gorham||
|Cinco Estrella||Tianna Richardville||
|Doctor Mark||Stephen V. Fosdick||
|Ellenberger Park||Michael E. Lauer||
|Father Mick||Michael W. Nance||
|Heza Wild Guy||Marvin A. Johnson||
|Hoosier Kingdom||Ron D. Herrell||
|Man From Mars||Robert M. Gorham||
|Northern Candyride||Richard B. Kohnhorst||
|Pass the Crown||Merrill C. Roberts||
|Sahmmy Davis Jr||Randy L. Klopp||
|Slew City Boy||William E. Hall||
|Unreachable Star||Tim Glyshaw||
|X Playboy||Mort Shirazi||
Will Carson and Jerry Pint's Heza Wild Guy, now in his ninth season of racing, has a chance to become the top Indiana-bred money winner of all time July 13 in the A.J. Foyt Stakes at Indiana Downs.
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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