Ingrid Mason
Trainer Bios

Ingrid Mason

Born: April 2, 1971 in Santa Clara, Calif.

Record at Keeneland

Total Wins: 10

Stakes Wins: 1

Career Firsts

First Stakes Win: 2009 Star of Texas at Sam Houston with Crook's Bodgit

First Graded Stakes Win: 2015 Honeybee (G3) at Oaklawn with Sarah Sis

First Career Win: February 26, 2005 with Tech Two at Bay Meadows

At Keeneland

The 2014 Fall Meet marked her first season to have a string at Keeneland. She saddled five winners from 15 starters, with four seconds and three thirds. As a result, 80% of her starters finished first, second or third.

First Keeneland stakes win came during the 2015 Fall Meet when she sent out Sarah Sis to win the $250,000 Lexus Raven Run (G2) for the most lucrative victory of her career.

Twice won two races on a single card at Keeneland. On Oct. 12, 2014, she won the seventh with Sarah Sis and the 10th with Tiz Sexy Now. On Oct. 17, 2015, she won the fourth with Happy to Go and the Raven Run (G2) with Sarah Sis.


North American career earnings exceed $8 million with 381 wins through June 24, 2018.

2017 earnings of $1,046,203 with 41 wins.

2016 earnings were $1,4322,666 with 45 wins, including the Chicago Handicap (G2) and Presque Isle Downs Masters (G2) with Sarah Sis.

2015 earnings were $1,423,022 with 53 wins. Sarah Sis won four stakes, including the Lexus Raven Run (G2) at Keeneland and Iowa Oaks (G3) at Prairie Meadows, and Marquee Miss won the Arlington-Washington Lassie.


Ingrid, who grew up in Northern California, began her career in racing as an exercise rider. She went to Dubai in 1992 for two seasons was an exercise rider for Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum. After returning to California, Ingrid became a jockey and rode a time, winning nine races in six years, while continuing to gallop horses. She took aim on a training career and worked for several trainers. She went out on her own, sent out her first runner in 2004 and saddled her first winner in 2005.

In December 2009 at Sam Houston Race Park, Ingrid recorded her first stakes victory when Crook’s Bodgit won the $100,000 Star of Texas. She spends the winter at Oaklawn, where she sent out Marquee Miss to win the 2016 Dixie Belle and Martha Washington.