2010 Sovereign Awards: Indian Apple IS
Claimed from his career debut in 1988, the horse took the Toronto family to the Queen's Plate (he lost by a scant nose to With Approval) and to the winner's circle of many important stakes races, including one in New York. At stud, he is the horse that keeps on giving. DiGiulio thanked Domasca Dan once again, when he accepted the Sovereign Award for Indian Apple Is, the champion female sprinter of 2010 and a granddaughter of the 25-year-old stallion. “I wouldn't be here tonight if it is wasn't for him,” said DiGiulio Jr., who collected Sovereigns in 2001 when another “Dan” relative, Win City, was named Horse of the Year. Trained by Robert Tiller, who has been conditioning the horses for the DiGiulio family since they started in the business, Indian Apple Is took her time to polish her skills but had a career season in 2010. A daughter…
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