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And Away They Go
Posted Wednesday, January 09, 2019
While Indiana-bred Bucchero made headlines last fall with news he'd head out of state to stand at stud in Florida, a family owned farm is helping making up for that loss.
Posted Tuesday, January 08, 2019
The mare looked unphased by all the attention as she sold for $5 million.
Posted Tuesday, December 04, 2018
HRN's Madison Jackson evaluates the pros and cons of Justify and Accelerate.
Posted Sunday, July 15, 2018
It was the third consecutive win in the Indiana Derby for horses based on the West Coast.
Posted Thursday, May 24, 2018
Jockey Santo Sanjur -- cousin of Luis Saez -- is a new-name jockey to know.
Posted Monday, October 30, 2017
The fan favorite could be seen after the Breeders' Cup -- on his home turf.
Posted Monday, October 16, 2017
“There’s a lot of people here!” “I know, there’s a lot more than there were for the two year old sale!” Those remarks were just two of many at Sunday’s Indiana Thoroughbred Owner’s and Breeder’s Association (ITOBA) Fall sale
Posted Thursday, October 05, 2017
The ten-race card at Indiana Grand Wednesday night did not fail to disappoint the Hoosier state, or any else who viewed the night of rich Thoroughbred racing. Four Thoroughbred stakes races were offered on the card, and together they totalled $400,000, no small feat for Indiana horse racing.
Posted Friday, September 22, 2017
September 16, 2017 was a day of grief for anybody familiar with the name Penny Chenery.


Meet Madison Jackson

An avid racing fan since age 10, when she first saw the movie "Secretariat," Jackson has been passionate about diving deeper into the sport, whether that be by going to various racetracks or developing contacts with those in the racing industry.

She began writing about racing in seventh grade, when a 500-word writing assignment turned into a published book. But her proudest writing accomplishment came in 2015, on a Facebook comment about the racehorse Runhappy, which earned her two tickets to the 2015 Breeders' Cup and the opportunity to hoist the Breeders' Cup Sprint garland over her shoulders.

Jackson lives in Northeast Indiana, where she keeps a variety of animals, including her two off-track Thoroughbreds, Rayonnant and Swinging Chango, her mini horse and her Paint. In the fall of 2018, she began attending the University of Louisville, where she's majoring in Equine Business Management.

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