A.P. Indy Passes at Lane’s End Farm

February 21, 2020

A.P. Indy at Lane’s End

Twice leading sire and the 1992 Horse of the Year A.P. Indy (Seattle Slew–Weekend Surprise, by Secretariat) has died at the age of 31 at lane’s End Farm in Kentucky. A.P. Indy scratched prior to the Kentucky Derby but went on to win the Belmont Stakes and Breeders’ Cup Classic. He was accomplished and influential on the racetrack and in the breeding shed. He sired 30 Grade I winners, 12 champions, 89 graded winners and 156 stakes winners.

This is the statement from Lane’s End Farm:

“It is with extreme sadness that we today announce the passing of our beloved A.P. Indy, he was 31 years old. A.P. Indy passed away peacefully in his stall at the Lane’s End stallion complex, the barn he called home for 27 years. Champion A.P. Indy’s list of accomplishments range far and wide as his legacy continues to be carried through the outstanding performances of his sons and daughters across the globe. He was the most important and popular member of the Lane’s End team and we are deeply sorry to all who loved him as much as we did.”

@jonathanstettin eaaaaaaaaaazy winner.

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