Hip 40, a first-crop Bucchero filly, will be on offer at the Indiana Fall Mixed Sale.
Stone Cut Farm is offering Honey Red, a registered chestnut Indiana-bred yearling filly at the 2021 Indiana Thoroughbred Owners and Breeders Association Fall Mixed Sale on Saturday, Oct. 16. The presentation of Honey Red will be a homecoming of sorts as part of the first crop from Bucchero, Indiana’s all-time money earner and multiple graded stakes winner.
The sale, which starts at 1 p.m. EDT in the Receiving Barn at Indiana Grand Racing and Casino, will feature Indiana-bred and -sired horses of all age, giving buyers the opportunity to grab a deal or two and become part of the one of the most lucrative regional programs in the nation.
Hip #40 – Honey Red: 2020 Chestnut Filly by Bucchero
The pedigree on this filly is packed with power and speed, thanks to her sire, Bucchero’s success as a two-time winner of the Grade 2 Woodford Stakes and two successful finishes in the Breeders’ Cup Turf Sprint. Her maternal grandsire, Successful Appeal, is a multiple graded stakes winner, including a win in the G2 Kentucky Cup Sprint Stakes and G3 Amsterdam Stakes. Paternal grandsire, Kantharos, has thrown multiple millionaires in the shorter distances, making this filly perfect for the sprints at Indiana Grand.
- Honey Red is registered through the Indiana Thoroughbred Breed Development Program, meaning she is eligible to race in registered Indiana-bred races at Indiana Grand.
- Veterinarian radiographs have been taken and are available for potential buyers, as well as any veterinarian documentation. You can view at the sale or contact the breeders: [email protected]
- Filly is nominated to the ITOBA Stallion Season Auction Stakes
- Want to earn a little extra? The 2021 ITOBA Sale incentive will award $5,000 to the purchaser of the highest money-earning Indiana-bred 2 year old racing at Indiana Grand in 2022 that sells during the 2021 Fall Mixed Sale. Buy this filly, race her in Indiana and earn even more to pad your wallet!
Buy Indiana, Race in Indiana: Did you know that registered Indiana-bred and Indiana-sired horses are eligible to race for bigger purses and greater incentives when they race at Indiana Grand Racing and Casino? More than $1 million in restricted state stakes races are up for grabs in 2022.
Content paid for by the breeder, via the Indiana Thoroughbred Alliance.
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