Horse Stats
Name: Rose Indy
Barn Name: Rose
Age: 2010
Gender: Mare
Height: 16.1 hh
Color: Chestnut
Adoption Fee: $500.00
Location: Medina, OH
Race Stats
Total Starts: 14
Highlights: Placed
Total Earnings: $10,423
Last Race: 12/13/13
Sire: Indy Wind
Dam: Chinoiserie
Other Notable Pedigree: A.P. Indy, Kingmambo, Secretariat, Late Bloomer, Deputy Minister, Miesque
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This sweet mare has been around the block a few times.  Rose retired from racing in 2014 when it became apparent racing wasn’t her thing, was restarted lightly in Dressage in 2015, had a cute Warmblood colt in 2016 and then was briefly in training to be a barrel horse before coming back to the program.  Rose needs a home where she can relax and just be someone’s pleasure or Dressage horse as she loves people and every time she sees you or if you say her name she will whinny to you which is very endearing.  This mare will be something once given the time and bond of a best friend!

Rose Indy is by Indy Windy, a multiple G3 placed sire who is reported to be one of the top 5 2nd crop sires in Florida.  His sire A.P. Indy won 8 of his 11 starts, earned 2.9 million and was named Champion 3 year old colt, Horse of the Year and in 2000 was inducted in the Hall of Fame.  A.P. Indy’s sire is Seattle Slew and his dam is Weekend Surprise who was a MGSW mare placing in 22 of 31 starts and earning over $402,000.  Kingmambo placed in 11 of 13 starts and earned over $700,000 and Late Bloomer was a MGSW mare that placed in 21 of 24 starts, earned over a half million and was named 1978 Champion Older Mare.  Stage Door Johnny placed in all of his races and was named 1968 Champion 3 year old colt.  Mr. Prospector had won 12 of his 16 starts and earned 2 million and Miesque won back to back Breeder’s Cup Mile, was the 1987 and 1988 Champion Grass Mare and was inducted into the Hall of Fame.

On her dams side, the dams sire was Deputy Minister who won 12 of his 22 starts, earned just under $700,000 and was named 1981 Champion 2 year old Colt in both the U.S. and Canada and was Horse of the Year in 1981 as well.