A. P. Indy: $2.9 million dollar yearling, Classic Winner, 1992 Horse of the Year, Leading Sire
Photo: Anne M. Eberhardt
Early Training Days
Photo: Susan Lustig
First stakes win in the Hollywood Futurity, ending his 2-year old campaign with 3 straight wins.
Photo: Shigeki Kikkawa
In the Winner's Circle after victory in the Hollywood Futurity.
Three-year old debut, victory in the San Rafael Stakes (gr. II).
A. P. Indy and Jockey Eddie Delahoussaye, the only one to pilot A. P. Indy at the races.
Pulling away in the Santa Anita Derby under a hand ride by Eddie Delahoussaye.
Santa Anita Derby Triumph
There was no competion for A. P. Indy in California, not on the track or in the stands.
Training for the Kentucky Derby. A. P. Indy was the morning line favorite, but was scratched out of the race with a bruised foot.
Photo: Barbara D. Livingston
Powering down the Belmont stretch in the Peter Pan.
Photo: Skip Dickstein
All alone at the finish of the Peter Pan.
Photo: NYRA Photo
Breaking from the gate in the 1992 Belmont Stakes.
Rocketing past Pine Bluff to take the lead in the Belmont.
A. P. Indy holds off My Memoirs to secure Belmont victory.
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Enjoying the blanket of carnations after victory in the Belmont.
A. P. Indy and trainer Neil Drysdale.
Working out in preparation for the 1992 Breeders' Cup.
Drawing off to victory in the Breeders' Cup Classic
Photo: Terry Jones/Four Footed Fotos
Breeders' Cup Classic winner A. P. Indy coming at you.
Returning to the Winner's Circle after victory in the Breeders' Cup Classic.
Celebrating the Breeders' Cup Classic Victory.
A. P. Indy has sired over 135 stakes winners include 2003 Horse of the Year, Mineshaft,
2006 Preakness winner, Bernardini,
Photo: SKIP DICKSTEIN
and 2007 Belmont winner, Rags to Riches.
A.P. Indy has sons to carry on his legacy like Pulpit,
Photo: Courtesy Claiborne Farm
and grandsons like Tapit,
and Sky Mesa.
But, there is only one A.P. Indy.
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