Lindy Racing Stable has a proven history of success on the racetrack stemming from its philosophy of employing the most cutting-edge training techniques, current equipment, and leading industry professionals. Lindy Racing Stable provides each one of its horses with the upmost care and attention ensuring that each reaches its fullest potential on the racetrack. Please take time to explore the website and see everything that Lindy Farms of CT has to offer.
Just like the world-renowned Hambletonian itself, from its early days in New York, to America’s heartland in DuQuoin, to the present day at the Meadowlands, Lindy Farms has enjoyed success from generation to generation. With involvement as owners or breeders in five Hamletonian Champions and some of the greatest racehorses our sport has ever laid eyes upon -like Moni Maker and two year old champion Snow White- Lindy has indeed enjoyed shining moments on harness racing’s biggest stages.
Plainville, MA — Overcoming a slow start and trailing early, Only Passing Thru got it in gear past the half and scored a gutsy victory in a tight finish in the $16,000 Winners-Over Trot at Plainridge Park on Thursday afternoon (Nov. 1).
Plainville, MA — The richest finals ever offered in the Massachusetts Sire Stakes (MASS) were contested at Plainridge Park on Tuesday afternoon (Oct. 30), with eight divisions of horses competing for their share of the $800,000 up for grabs.
Plainville, MA — Weather was a factor as the $163,000 second leg of the Massachusetts Sire Stakes (MASS) for 3-year-olds assembled at Plainridge Park on Tuesday afternoon (Oct. 23). Rain that started after the early non-betting race continued to increase and the track became sloppy after the first race of the card. But conditions did not stop Ithinkthatsmine and I’m A Clown from remaining undefeated in the series this year, nor keep Gonna Hear Me Rohr, Kinda Lucky Lindy and Latent Print from scoring their first 2018 wins in the stake.
Plainville, MA — The third leg of the Massachusetts Sire Stakes for first-year state-breds resumed at Plainridge Park on Monday (Oct. 22) after a one week break and offered four divisions vying for $163,434 in total purse money.