A.P. Indy retired from stud duty at Lane's End Farm in April 2011, but the Thoroughbred legend's influence still looms large in his offspring and his offspring's offspring.
A.P. Indy retired from stud duty at Lane's End Farm in April 2011, but the Thoroughbred legend's influence still looms large in his offspring and his offspring's offspring.
A.P. Indy retired from stud duty at Lane's End Farm in April 2011, but the Thoroughbred legend's influence still looms large in his offspring and his offspring's offspring.

Game-changing sire A.P. Indy's final crop of foals enters Keeneland sale

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