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Take Charge Indy Points to Donn Handicap

Take Charge Indy, winner of the Grade 1 Florida Derby earlier this year, will be back to race again at 4 with his first goal the Grade 1 Donn Handicap on Feb. 9.

WinStar Farm purchased the breeding rights to Take Charge Indy from owners Chuck and Maribeth Sanford earlier this year. Take Charge Indy is by A.P. Indy out of the multiple Grade 1-winning mare Take Charge Lady.

“Everything about Take Charge Indy exudes class, from his race record and good looks to his pedigree,” said Elliott Walden, WinStar’s president and CEO. “He joined Bernardini as the only sons of A.P. Indy in North America to win a Grade 1 as 3-year-olds, and we feel that he will be tremendously well received when he comes to stud. The prevailing belief by everyone involved is that Take Charge Indy will be even better as a 4-year-old, so we’re excited about his potential to come back and be a top-level racehorse next year.”

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