Robert “Bob” Lothenbach, a prominent and established owner at Canterbury Park, passed away unexpectedly on November 14, 2023. At the time of his death, he was aged 64.
Lothenbach was one of the most well known people in Minnesota who owned and bred race horses.
Lothenbach who hailed from Wayzata, gained a great deal of popularity across the country for the good quality and achievements of his race horses.
Since the year 2000, Robert Lothenbach’s horses have won 793 races and earned $30. 3 million by racing at top tracks across the country. His passing has left a deep void in the horse racing community.
Robert Lothenbach inheritance: Who inherits his money/estate?
Robert Lothenbach is survived by his children Clare Lothenbach, Audrey Lothenbach, Michael Lothenbach and Ryan Lothenbach. He left behind his brothers Frank (Valerie) Lothenbach Jr. and Jack Lothenbach; nieces, Nicole Nelson and Alyssa (Jason) Essig.
Robert Lothenbach died, leaving behind an estate and a net worth of $16 million. His children are eligible to inherit his money and estate. If he included his siblings in his will, they are also qualified candidates to inherit a portion of his income and estate.