11/26/2011 3:52PM

Beulah: Indian Ink wires in Bobbie Bricker


GROVE CITY, Ohio - Indian Ink wired the field of seven older Ohio-accredited fillies and mares in the $50,000 Bobbie Bricker at Beulah Park on Saturday.

Trained by Mike Rone, Indian Ink was pressed for the first half-mile before shaking clear on the far turn. Jockey Rafael Hernandez asked for the 6-year-old mare's best and she responded, drawing off by eight lengths in upper stretch. The final margin of victory was seven lengths.

Gathering Dreams finished second, a head in front of Startin Something in third. The running time for the 1 1/16 miles was 1.47.81 over a fast track.  Indian Ink returned $3.20 to win.

Seabury out 4-6 weeks

Jockey Annie Seabury was injured in a training accident Nov. 17 and will be out for 6-8 weeks with two broken ribs and a broken shoulder blade. Seabury, 43, won four races last week although she was in pain.

"I realized something was wrong and it was affecting my riding, and so I went to the emergency room on Friday morning and they took X-rays," said Seabury. "I was on a filly in the morning last Thursday and she flipped three times."

Seabury said she was in tears between races last Wednesday, but that "once you get on the horse you don't think about it. It is the in-between time that is tough."