ANNECDOTELucky Story - May Fox (GB), by Zilzal
14 starts 6-1-1
- Noble Damsel Stakes G3
David has been invaluable to us. He’s our eyes and our voice in Kentucky. His knowledge and understanding of the game from a young age have been very important to us.
allows us to concentrate on customizing our services to a client’s needs. From purchasing or selling a stallion share or nomination
to locating bloodstock of any type from a worldwide client base,
we are available for advice, consultations, and to complete a transaction for you.
David has an incredible eye for horses, but more important is that he’s honest and has integrity. He deals with a lot of people but manages it well, and I’m delighted he picks out horses for me.
was bred into sport of Thoroughbred racing. He is the son of a jockey agent, Jerry Ingordo, who handled such Hall of Fame riders such as Laffit Pincay Jr., Sandy Hawley, and Patrick Valenzuela and whose mother, Dottie Ingordo-Shirreffs, is respected as one of the greatest racing managers in the history of the sport. Ingordo went to work for Legendary Hall of Fame trainer Bobby Frankel at the age of 14. He quickly rose to be one of the youngest assistant trainers in the country at the age of 18. Upon graduating from high school, he attended the University of Kentucky where he worked in the mornings at Juddmonte Farms. Following his time at UK, Ingordo went to work for Walmac International and quickly became the head of their bloodstock department where he worked for five years before establishing his own bloodstock management and acquisition agency, Ingordo Bloodstock Services.
David has purchased such outstanding Thoroughbreds as 2010 Horse of the Year and two time Breeders’ Cup Champion ZENYATTA, G1 winner at Keeneland WICKED STYLE, G1 winner at Santa Anita TARLOW, G1 winner at Saratoga MAJESTICPERFECTION, and International G1 winner PERSONAL RUSH, among many others. 2010 marked a milestone year with six individual G1 winners in CRISP, MAJESTICPERFECTION, MONA DE MOMMA, SWITCH, UNCLE MO, AND ZENYATTA.