The oldest living Breeders' Cup Classic winner, A.P. Indy, lives less than 10 miles from the site of this year's World Championships — Lane's End Farm in Versailles. He quit breeding in 2010, but two of his children will race in the Breeders' Cup, Honor Code and Got Lucky.
The oldest living Breeders' Cup Classic winner, A.P. Indy, lives less than 10 miles from the site of this year's World Championships — Lane's End Farm in Versailles. He quit breeding in 2010, but two of his children will race in the Breeders' Cup, Honor Code and Got Lucky. Herald-Leader
The oldest living Breeders' Cup Classic winner, A.P. Indy, lives less than 10 miles from the site of this year's World Championships — Lane's End Farm in Versailles. He quit breeding in 2010, but two of his children will race in the Breeders' Cup, Honor Code and Got Lucky. Herald-Leader

Breeders' Cup: 1992 champ A.P. Indy still making mark on racing and Classic today

October 25, 2015 12:00 AM

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