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Now is a golden opportunity to get involved in the

Indiana Thoroughbred Breed Development Program! The Indiana Program is one of the best in North America, and it keeps getting better. During 2015, over $15.6 million was distributed to owners, breeders and stallion owners participating in the program. The year 2016 is on track to be even greater.

The program offers: Four Signature Stakes races contested at $150,000* * Includes an additional 25% supplement for Indiana Sired horses finishing 1st, 2nd or 3rd

Breeder’s Awards where payments are calculated at 20% of the total purse for eligible races. Out of State Breeder’s Awards payments that are 10% of the winner’s share of the purse for eligible races. An additional 40% in purse money for Indiana bred horses that finish 1st, 2nd or 3rd in eligible open races at Indiana Grand. Stallion Owner Awards – 10% of the total purse for eligible races.

Congratulations to our recent $150,000 Signature Stakes Winners! FIRST INDIANA STAKES

GOVERNOR’S STAKES

Carmalley Chrome

R Luckey Charlie

Sired Supplements: Additional $22,500 paid to the owner Additional $17,500 paid to the breeder Additional $3,750 paid to stallion owner

*Owner of 3rd place finisher in this race received an additional $3,750 in purse money for being Indiana Sired.

(Cat Dreams – Glisten, by Dixieland Band)

(Adios Charlie – That’swhatshesaid, by Lion Heart)

Don’t miss your chance to compete in Indiana’s lucrative racing program. Make plans to bring your mare to Indiana to foal or visit the upcoming ITOBA Fall Sale, to be held at the Indiana State Fairgrounds on Sunday, October 30th at 2:00 p.m.

If you have any questions regarding the Indiana Thoroughbred Breed Program or would like to receive additional information, please contact the offices of the Indiana Horse Racing Commission at 34 AMERICAN RACEHORSE • SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 2016 (317) 233-3119 or visit our website at www.in.gov/ihrc.

American Racehorse - September/October 2016  

This issue of American Racehorse magazine features a long-form article about the magic of Ak-Sar-Ben racetrack in Omaha, Nebraska, plus a lo...