Horseman Eduardo Inda, 78, Passes; Was Part Of John Henry Team In 1980s

Eduardo Inda, best known as Ron McAnally’s primary assistant through his glory years with John Henry in the 1980s, passed away on Dec. 22 at age 78, according to family.

Born Jan. 3, 1943, in Santiago, Chile, Inda also did well for a time when training his own public stable.  Credited with the resurgence of Aaron and Marie Jones’ Brazilian-bred mare Riboletta, who won six consecutive races, four of them Grade I’s (making for a total of five Grade I’s on the year), as a 5-year-old in 2000, Riboletta would be voted that year’s Eclipse Champion Older Filly or Mare.

Inda, who resided locally, is survived by his wife Monica, daughters Monica Cowell and Lisa Isaguirre and four grandchildren.

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