Indy King

Indy King

Louise E. Reinagel

Indy King Gets First Winner

Florida freshman sire Indy King sired his first winner Sept. 11.

Adena Springs South's freshman sire Indy King sired his first winner Sept. 11.

First-time starter Indy Joe won a $40,000 Delaware maiden special weight wire-to-wire against a field of nine other horses, widening his margin of victory at the end to 7 1/4 lengths. The bay colt out of Perfect Pearl (by Holy Bull) was bred in Florida by Adena Springs. Indy Joe was sold at Fasig-Tipton Spring Midlantic 2-year-olds in training sale for $15,000 by Domenico Zannino and is owned by Circle Z Stable, Joseph Masone and Mark Shuman. The colt is trained by Shuman.

Indy King is by A.P. Indy out of Queena, who is a daughter of Mr. Prospector. The young stallion, who didn’t race, was sold for $2.2 million as a yearling. He is a full brother to graded stakes winner La Reina and a half-brother to grade I winner and sire Brahms.

Indy King stands for $2,000 at Adena near Williston, Fla.