Trainer Lindsay Schultz Captures Glory At Oaklawn With First Career Winner

Trainer Lindsay Schultz saddled her first winner on Saturday at Oaklawn in Hot Springs, Ark., when Ten Strike Racing’s Capture the Glory went wire to wire to score by 3 1/4 lengths under jockey Francisco Arrieta in a $10,000 claiming race.

Capture the Glory was the 10th starter for Schultz, including two starts in 2017 for Ten Strike.

Schultz, 33, grew up in Connecticut and rode hunter/jumpers, then attended the University of Louisville’s Equine Business School, graduating in 2010. Among her classmates at Louisville were future trainers Jason Barkley, Will VanMeter and Bentley Combs and bloodstock agent Liz Crow.

Following college, Schultz was accepted in Darley‘s two-year Flying Start program and learned many facets of the horse industry while traveling the world. Since completing that porgram, Schultz worked as assistant trainer for Tom Proctor and Shug McGaughey. She also managed Glen Hill Farm in Florida.

With the encouragement of Ten Strike Racing’s Marshall Gramm, Schultz began putting a stable together last fall and had six starts in November and December and one runner prior in 2022 prior to Saturday’s breakthrough win.

 

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