In-Law Stables will offer 21 yearlings in the upcoming Hoosier Classic Yearling Sale Friday, Oct. 20 and Saturday, Oct. 21 at the Indiana State Fairgrounds. The farm will offer several siblings to some of the hottest horses in the state right now, including Why Not Now.
Fresh off his win in the $250,000 Indiana Sires Stakes Super Final, Why Not Now has had a stellar season this year which will assist sale goers in considering his half brother Done in Seven, who sells as Hip No. 60. The JK Endofanera colt is the eighth foal from the outstanding brood mare Star of the Show, who has six winners. In addition to Why Not Now, she has produced another Indiana Sires Stakes standout in Virgo, who has a mark of 1:48.3 and $429,000 on his card. American Passport is also part of her foals with a successful racing career, earning $350,000 with a mark of 1:51.0. The second dam, Art Maters is also equally impressive. Her colt, Tellmeitmatters, a half sister to Star of the Show, just won the two-year-old pacing colt and gelding division of the Indiana Sires Stakes Super Final. Then, there is the third dam, Hit Parade, the standout pacing mare who earned more than $800,000 with a mark of 1:53.4 while racing on the Grand Circuit.
Another yearling from the In-Law Stables consignment that will garner a lot of attention is the half brother to Swanya, who just finished second in the Indiana Sires Stakes Super Final for two-year-old trotting fillies. Pilot’s Legacy, selling as Hip No. 79, is by Pilot Discretion. He is also a half brother to the Swan for All trotting horse Whata Swan, who retired with more than $550,000 and a track record at Harrah’s Hoosier Park. Pilot’s Legacy is the seventh foal from the Lous Legacy mare Tanya’s Legacy.
In-Law also offers the latest foal from Earls Miss Muffit, who was a terrific racehorse herself. She made more than $322,000 and took a mark of 1:56.1 and was a contender in Indiana Sires Stakes action. Her latest foal is a Swan for All gelding named Wonforthemoney, who sells as Hip No. 245. He is a full brother to the standout trotter Summit City Swan, who has a mark of 1:54.2 and more than $200,000 on her card. The second dam has also produced some champions, including Earls Glider, who has a mark of 1:55.1 and earnings of more than $600,000 while winning numerous stakes races in Indiana.
In-Law Stables will be located in Aisle 20 and Aisle 21 during the Hoosier Classic Sale. The Topeka, Ind. farm will have horses in place for the preview Thursday, Oct. 19. For more information on the consignment, call (260) 593-3744, ext. 2.