ANDERSON, Ind.—October 30, 2013—It is nothing out of the ordinary to see a field of eight horses assemble behind the Hoosier Park starting gate, but when the eighth race goes to post at Hoosier Park Racing & Casino on Thursday, October 31 racing fans will have the chance to see something they have never seen before. A field of eight grey pacers will line up behind the starting gate to contest the first annual $10,000 “Grey Ghost Halloween Pacing Derby” at Hoosier Park.
Hoosier Park’s Racing Secretary, Scott Peine assembled a field of eight “ghostly” pacers in honor of the Halloween holiday. According the United States Trotting Association, less than five percent of all harness horses are grey in color. Slated as the eighth race on the 14-race card, the “Grey Ghost Halloween Pacing Derby” has an estimated post time of 7:50 p.m.
Jason Dillander has been enlisted to drive the morning line favorite, Silver Devil, from post eight for trainer Nick Giberson. The three-year-old gelded son of Duneside Perch will look to make it back to back wins at Hoosier Park after scoring in a division of the Circle City stakes in 1:53.1 on October 26. Hoosier Park’s leading driver, Tyler Smith, will drive Tommy Two Shoes from post five for trainer Steve Main and has been tagged 5-1 on the morning line.
The entire field, in post position order, is as follows: 1) Lady Of The West (Chad Clark) 2) Gunnin’ Forafight (Pete Wrenn) 3) Strawberrys On Top (Josh Slater) 4) Crime of Passion (Trace Tetrick) 5) Tommy Two Shoes (Tyler Smith) 6) White Ruler (Trent Stohler) 7) Rockin Glory (Robert Taylor) 8) Silver Devil (Jason Dillander).
Along with winner’s circle give-aways and promotions, Hoosier Park’s Halloween card will also feature the $22,000 Preferred Trot for fillies and mares. Love N Lindy will look to score her second consecutive victory at this level from post 8 with Jason Dillander in the sulky.
Just one day later, Hoosier Park will offer arguably the best 14-race card in its 20 year history on Friday, November 1 as Grand Circuit racing action returns to Hoosier Park’s seven-eighths mile oval. For the first time in its’ 20year history, Hoosier Park will host a standout card that includes the $286,500 Carl Erskine trot, the $250,000 Monument Circle pace, and the $223,500 Hoosier Park Pacing Derby.
ANDERSON, Ind.—October 23, 2013—Hoosier Park Racing & Casino played host to a pair of $40,000 Indiana Silver Sire Stake finals on Wednesday, October 23 as the freshman trotters highlighted the 14-race card for the culmination of their Sire Stakes season.
Highlight As and Ed Hensley swept the second round of the Indiana Silver Sire Stakes and extended their win streak to five with a win in the $40,000 Indiana Silver Sire Stakes for two-year-old trotting colts and geldings. Using his customary late charge, Highlight As was able to track down horses late in the lane and score the victory in a lifetime best performance of 1:57.3.
Unhurried from the gate, Hensley placed Highlight As along the rail in fifth while the battle for early position ensued. Brad Hanners sent the bettors’ choice, Sandy Ztam to the front and they dictated fractions of :28.3 and :58.3 before ever being contested. Domitian Hall and Pete Wrenn benefitted from a pocket trip while Lou Man and Sam Widger were next in third. Sandy Ztam relaxed on the front and continued to lead the field through the three-quarter clocking in 1:28.1 as the rest of the field closed in around the final.
Sandy Ztam was able to hold off a charge from the pocket sitting Domitian Hall but Highlight As loomed large in the background. Using a :28.4 final panel, Highlight As powered home to put a nose in front of Lou Man at the wire. Sandy Ztam held on gamely to finish third. As the publics’ second choice, Highlight As returned $6.80 to his backers at the window.
“He has been a fun colt to drive all season,” Hensley noted after the race. “He is a colt that loves to track down horses in the lane and the trip worked out for us tonight. I wanted to avoid trouble and I knew if we were close around the last turn he would be good in this field of horses tonight.”
Sired by In Dix Huit, Highlight As has now won seven of eight seasonal starts while bankrolling $44,653 for his connections at ACL Stuteri. The homebred freshman is trained by Annette Lorenzton.
Baby Steps and Tyler Smith used the same late surging tactics to score in the $40,000 Indiana Silver Sire Stakes final for two-year-old filly trotters in 1:59.3. The freshman filly extended her win streak to two after a win in the last preliminary Indiana Silver Sire Stakes leg at Hoosier Park on October 16.
Leaving from post five, Baby Steps settled along the rail in third while Swanslittlelady and Sam Widger left alertly to land on top through the opening panel in :28.1. The top pair yielded the lead to Sack Full of Money and Pete Wrenn down the backside and they dictated splits of :58.4 and 1:28.3.
As the field turned for home, Swanslittlelady pulled from the pocket and matched strides with the leader. Smith, using a well timed rally, tipped his filly off the rail and she responded to power home a winner. Swanslittlelady held on gamely to finish second while Earls Dixie Darlin and Trace Tetrick rallied from well off the pace to finish third. Baby Steps returned $7.80 to her backers at the window.
Trained by Dan Perdue, Baby Steps has now won three of six lifetime starts while amassing $30,152 for her connections at Sage Knoll Farm. Sired by Keystone Savage, the freshman filly was bred by Michael Bardo.
ANDERSON, Ind.—October 22, 2013—At a time when most tracks consider the status quo to be a great accomplishment when it comes to maintaining handle, Hoosier Park has bucked the trend with a sensational all-sources handle increase of 27% through the first 140 days of the meet. Building on the successes of the 2012 Standardbred season, Hoosier Park’s 20th season of live harness racing continues to produce encouraging gains on all fronts.
With a renewed focus on fresh marketing efforts, facility enhancements, specialty wagers, and an increase in overall quality of racing, Hoosier Park has been grabbing the attention of bettors throughout the country.
In its’ 20th season of live harness racing, Hoosier Park is in the midst of its’ fastest season to date. Hoosier Park’s track surface continues to sizzle as 24 track records have been re-established this season. Uncle Peter recently lowered the overall track record for older horses on the trot to 1:52.3 in the $230,000 Centaur Trotting Classic on Saturday, September 21. Drivers like Ed Hensley, Tyler Smith and Trace Tetrick have been leading the way. Smith also reached harness racing history at Hoosier Park as he become the youngest driver to record 1,000 career wins at 20 years-old.
“The track has been phenomenal this season,” Smith noted. “The horses have responded really well to the new surface and I think it shows in the number of track records we’ve seen this year. Hoosier Park has done a great job of not only promoting the sport but promoting me as well. It has been a pleasure to race here all season.”
The 2013 meet has also seen horses like the 2012 Pacer of the year and World Champion, Captaintreacherous, world record holder, A Rocknroll Dance, and the 2013 Dan Patch Invitational winner Bolt The Duer, visit the Hoosier Park winner’s circle.
Fresh off his win in the 2013 Breeders Crown, Captaintreacherous heads the list of nominations for the 2013 edition of the $250,000 Monument Circle pace for three-year-old colts and geldings slated for Friday, November 1 at Hoosier Park.
“These results have really exceeded my most optimistic expectations,” Hoosier Park’s Vice President and General Manager of Racing, Rick Moore noted. “It’s almost unheard of in this day and age for a track to post double digit increases, especially for a meet stretching from Spring to Fall. We would like to thank everyone involved in our successes, most importantly our partnership with the Indiana Standardbred Association, our horseman, our drivers and our customers for their contributions to making this our most successful meet to date.”
Live racing at Hoosier Park will follow a Tuesday through Saturday schedule, with a daily post time of 5:30 p.m. The 160-day, all harness racing meet began on April 2 and will be conducted through November 9.
Local Coupon Booklet Aimed to Benefit Animal Protection League, Build Awareness
ANDERSON, Ind. – Oct. 17, 2013 – Hoosier Park Racing & Casino will host the Animal Protection League (APL) “Night at the Park” on Friday, Oct. 18 beginning at 5 p.m. The APL, a local group of dedicated people making second chances for unwanted animals, teamed with Hoosier Park Racing & Casino to raise awareness and funds to increase the care and adoption of animals in need.
The APL, located in Anderson, protects and saves abused and neglected animals of all kinds. From dogs and cats to horses and exotic animals, the APL finds new, supportive homes for the surrendered and abandoned.
“As a strong advocate of the APL, Hoosier Park Racing & Casino understands the sacred trust animals place in their human caretakers. Each year thousands of racehorses pass through the stalls of our racetrack and we go to great lengths to make sure they receive the utmost care and protection available,” said Rick Moore, Hoosier Park Racing & Casino’s vice president and general manager of racing.
Racing fans are encouraged to pick up a free APL Savings Booklet at Trackside Club Centaur Rewards. The booklet features Hoosier Park’s All-Star Drivers and pictures of local pets in need. The All-Star drivers, many of whom own and train their racehorses, are working as a team to support the APL.
Guests can also take advantage of more than $100 in great community cash offers, dining discounts, and more located in the back of the booklet. All Hoosier Park guests donating $10 to the APL through the Club Centaur Rewards desk will receive $10 in free slot play.
Andy Shetler, a member of Hoosier Park’s All-Star driver program, supports the Animal Protection League through fundraising efforts throughout the racing season. In addition to his charitable contributions, Shetler volunteered to donate a percentage of his driver earnings on Friday to the APL.
A pet parade in the front side paddock will take place Friday evening and feature animals available for adoption. Guests can also enjoy live racing, animal-lover activities, games, and prizes throughout the evening.
Live racing continues at Hoosier Park Racing & Casino on Friday, October 18 at its’ regularly scheduled post time of 5:30 p.m. The 160 day, all harness racing meet will follow a Tuesday-Saturday schedule and be conducted through November 9.
Captaintreacherous added to his list of accomplishments when he won the Breeders Crown on Oct. 19, but his work is not finished.
The 3-year-old colt pacer heads to Hoosier Park on Friday night to face a field of nine foes in the $252,000 Monument Circle. The race is part of a stakes-filled card that also includes the $286,500 Carl Erskine for 3-year-old trotters and the $223,500 Hoosier Park Pacing Derby for older pacers.
Captaintreacherous, who has won 12 of 13 races this year and $1.87 million, is the 4-5 morning line favorite in the Monument Circle. He starts from post two for driver Tim Tetrick and trainer Tony Alagna.
Following the Monument Circle, if all goes well, Captaintreacherous will visit Balmoral Park for the American-National Stakes on Nov. 9 and then possibly challenge older rivals in the TVG Free for All Series final on Nov. 30 at the Meadowlands Racetrack.
“That’s the schedule, but we’re taking it one race at a time,” Alagna said. “If everything goes well, and he ships home good, we’ll decide what to do with that (TVG) race.
“Everything is in good shape right now. He had a light week after the Breeders Crown and then we trained him up and he headed to Chicago on Tuesday.”
Captaintreacherous won the $500,000 Breeders Crown for 3-year-old male pacers 12 days ago at Mohegan Sun at Pocono Downs by a neck over Sunshine Beach. It was his sixth consecutive victory since losing by a nose to Sunshine Beach in the $500,000 Battle of the Brandywine at Pocono Downs.
By winning the Breeders Crown, Captaintreacherous joined Gallo Blue Chip and Rocknroll Hanover as the only horses to win the Crown, North America Cup and Meadowlands Pace in the same year.
Last season, Captaintreacherous finished third in the Breeders Crown. It was his final start of a campaign in which he won eight of 10 races and was named Pacer of the Year.
“To get the Breeders Crown was nice for him, especially because he wasn’t able to win at (age) 2,” Alagna said. “That was a tough loss for us at the end of the year. It was nice to see him put together two incredible performances in this year’s Breeders Crown (elimination and final).”
Captaintreacherous’ other wins this year include the Max C. Hempt Memorial, Cane Pace and a division of the Tattersalls Pace. He also won a $52,000 invitational for 3-year-old pacers at Hoosier Park on Sept. 21.
“That was probably the most pressure I felt all year because he was supposed to go out there and win,” Alagna said. “But with every start there is some kind of pressure. It’s a good pressure, though.”
Captaintreacherous is the No. 2-ranked horse in the Hambletonian Society/Breeders Crown Top 10, behind 3-year-old filly trotter Bee A Magician.
The Monument Circle includes two other horses that competed in the Breeders Crown: Beach Memories, who was fourth, and Apprentice Hanover, who finished sixth.
Following is the field in post position order with listed drivers and trainers: 1. Up Up And Out, Marcus Miller, Erv Miller; 2. Captaintreacherous, Tim Tetrick, Tony Alagna; 3. Emeritus Maximus, Doug McNair, Alagna; 4. Dedi’s Dragon, Yannick Gingras, Ron Burke; 5. Apprentice Hanover, Jody Jamieson, Ben Wallace; 6. That Friske Feelin, Brett Miller, Burke; 7. The Pan Poobah, Ricky Macomber Jr., Burke; 8. Fool Me Once, Ron Pierce, Mark Austin; 9. Our Dragon King, Peter Wrenn, Dirk Simpson; 10. Beach Memories, David Miller, Brian Brown.
Note: Beach Memories starts from the second tier.
Speed Trap Becomes Hoosier Park’s Fastest Two-Year-Old Pacer Ever
ANDERSON, Ind.—October 1, 2013—Speed Trap, with Sam Widger at the lines, shattered the track record for two-year-old pacing geldings when he powered home a winner in 1:50.4 in the featured event, the second round of the $30,000 Indiana Gold Sire Stakes for two-year-old pacing colts and geldings, at Hoosier Park Racing & Casino on Tuesday, October 1. Notching his fifth win of the season, Speed Trap bested his lifetime mark by nearly four seconds and became the fastest pacing colt in Indiana Sire Stakes history with the 1:50.4 score.
In just the seventh start of his freshman campaign, Speed Trap defeated a field of seven to lower the track record by nearly two seconds. The previous record of 1:52 for two-year-old pacing geldings was established by Bluehourpower and Ricky Macomber Jr. in the $200,000 Indiana Sire Stakes final on September 11. The 1:50.4 victory also marked the twentieth track record that has been re-established over Hoosier Park’s seven-eighths mile oval in 2013.
Leaving from post two, Speed Trap was unhurried from the gate as Next Thing Smoke’N and Tyler Smith left alertly from the rail to get the first call in :26. Always At My Place and Jason Dillander battled early for position and settled for a pocket trip while Totally Kissed and Brad Hanners followed suit along the rail in third.
Next Thing Smoke’N continued to dictate fractions of :54.3 and remained uncontested through the three-quarter station in 1:22.4. Always At My Place was head strong in second and was tipped to the outside as the field turned for home with Always B Miki and Ed Hensley in tow. While the battle on the front ensued, Speed Trap loomed large in the background.
Utilizing his customary late charge in the lane, Speed Trap was able to find racing room late in the stretch and power home in :26.3 to win by a length. Always B Miki battled gamely to finish second while Sling Shot Shooter and Trace Tetrick finished third. Slightly dismissed at 8-1, Speed Trap returned $19.00 to his backers at the window.
Trained, owned, and bred by Stanley Miller, Speed Trap has now won five of seven lifetime starts while finishing second twice. From the first crop of United Ace, Speed Trap sports a lifetime bankroll of $47,675.
“He was a little small at the start of the season so I backed him off for 30 days,” Miller noted after the race. “I always knew he was a nice colt, but I didn’t know he had that kind of speed in him. I just hope he stays this good for the rest of the season. He has been a pleasure to race.”
Speed Trap will look to make his next start in the third leg of the $30,000 Indiana Gold Sire Stakes slated for Wednesday, October 9 at Hoosier Park Racing & Casino. The Indiana Gold Sire Stakes for two-year-old pacing colts and geldings will culminate with a $200,000 final on Saturday, October 19 at Hoosier Park Racing & Casino.
Live racing at Hoosier Park will follow a Tuesday through Saturday schedule with a daily post time of 5:30 p.m. The 160-day, all harness racing meet began on April 2 and will conclude on November 9.
Nineteenth Track Record Lowered at Hoosier Park
ANDERSON, Ind.—September 28, 2013—Itrustyou, with Ricky Macomber Jr., at the lines converted a pocket trip in to an impressive 1:48.3 track record performance in the featured event, a $32,000 Invitational pace, at Hoosier Park Racing & Casino on Saturday, September 28. The five-year-old gelding defeated a field of nine to score his fifth win of the season and best his lifetime mark by nearly two seconds. The previous track record of 1:49 for older pacing geldings was established by Green River Gorge and Rick Schaut in 2008.
The 1:48.3 score was just two-tenths of a second off the overall track record of 1:48.1, a mark set by Shark Gesture in the 2010 edition of the Dan Patch. Itrustyou’s track record performance marks the nineteenth track record that has been lowered over Hoosier Park’s seven-eighths mile oval throughout the 2013 racing season.
Leaving from post five, Itrustyou was hustled off the gate to grab early position and reach the first quarter clocking in :26.3. Thebestofjoel and Ed Hensley also left the gate alertly and were able to find a position along the rail in third with Jammin Joshua and Sam Widger next in line in fourth.
Itrustyou yielded the front down the backside to a hard charging Jammin Joshua who found the front at the half mile mark in :54.2. The field remained in single file line as the tempo continued to quicken through the three-quarter mark in 1:21.2 with Mykindachip and Jason Dillander leading the first-over charge. Mykindachip was able to put a nose in front of the leader but was no match for Itrustyou who exploded from the pocket down the stretch.
Using a :27 final panel, Itrustyou powered home to finish two lengths in front of Ideal Choice and Trace Tetrick. Mykindachip battled gamely to round out the trifecta. As the heavy betting favorite, Itrustyou returned $4.00 to his backers at the window.
Trained by Hoosier Park’s leading trainer, Ron Burke, Itrustyou scored his fifth win of the season and sent his seasonal bankroll over the $100,000 mark with the win. Sired by Third Straight, Itrustyou has won 29 of 78 career starts and sports a lifetime bankroll of $496,756. Itrustyou is owned Burke Racing Stable, Weaver Bruscemi and Rtc Stables.
In the 20th season of live Standardbred racing, Hoosier Park continues to produce encouraging gains on all fronts. With the continuing success of the first-ever, all harness racing meet, Hoosier Park has announced purses will reflect a 20 percent increase, effective Friday, August 23. This 20 percent increase is the second purse increase implemented this season and will be felt most noticeably throughout the upper and middle classes on the condition sheet.
With a renewed focus on fresh marketing efforts, facility enhancements, specialty wagers, and an increase in overall quality of racing, through the first 100 days of the meet at Hoosier Park, all-sources wagering has shown an increase of 25% over the previous years’ figures.
“We couldn’t be more pleased with the first 100 days of our live racing meet,” Hoosier Park’s vice president and general manager of racing Rick Moore noted. “We want to thank all our partners, most notably the horsemen and racing fans throughout the country that have contributed to our successes to date.”
Earlier in the year, the Indiana Horse Racing Commission approved a new racing format described as one breed, one track. Hoosier Park was named Indiana’s sole harness racing track while Indiana Grand Casino and Downs plays host to all the thoroughbred action.
Originally designed as an all Standardbred track, this change to all Standardbred racing has allowed Hoosier Park to devote all of its energies in making the Anderson, Indiana track a world-class Standardbred racing operation.
“The horsemen have done an outstanding job of providing us with a great racing product,” Moore continued. “The continuing improvement of the quality of horses racing at Hoosier Park combined with full, competitive fields has offered remarkable value to horseplayers and the bettors have shown up in full force with the domino result of handle increases and purse increases. All of these factors make it possible for us to proudly announce this purse increase.”
The racing action continues to heat up on the track as the 2013 crop of state-breds recently opened their Indiana Gold Sire Stakes series in impressive fashion. Hoosier Park will play host to the second of three, million dollar nights this season on Wednesday, September 11 with the $200,000 Indiana Sire Stakes finals for two and three-year-olds.
Live racing at Hoosier Park Racing & Casino kicked off on April 2 and will continue through November 9. Following a Tuesday-Saturday schedule, the 160-day, all harness racing meet will have a daily post time of 5:30 p.m.
Rose Run Parker, with Ricky Macomber Jr. at the lines, shattered an eleven-year-old record for two-year-old geldings on the trot when he powered home a winner in 1:57 in the featured event at Hoosier Park Racing & Casino on Saturday, August 24. Notching his third win of the season, Rose Run Parker captured the opening division of the $30,000 Indiana Gold Sire Stakes in a lifetime best effort. The previous track record of 1:58 was established by Big Boy Josh and Charlie Conrad in August of 2002. The 1:57 victory marks the thirteenth track record that has been lowered over Hoosier Park’s seven-eighths mile oval in 2013. It was also a training double for Hoosier Park’s leading trainer, Ron Burke, as he captured both of the $30,000 Indiana Gold Sire Stakes divisions for two-year-old trotting colts and geldings on the evening’s 14-race card.
Unhurried from the gate, Rose Run Parker settled along the rail in fifth while the battle for the early lead was hard fought. Meadowbrook Mike and Brad Hanners got the first call through the opening quarter in :28.1 before yielding the lead to Cerveza Dinero and Pete Wrenn. The field began to tighten as they reached the half mile time in :58.4 and Macomber had Rose Run Parker out and firing. The three-year-old gelding cleared to the front through the three-quarter clocking in 1:28.3 before unleashing a :28.2 final panel to get the win by two lengths. The heavily favored, Justice Jet and Ed Hensley rallied sharply after a trip off the pace to get up for the second place finish while Meadowbrook Mike held on for third. Rose Run Parker returned $6.20 to his backers for the victory.
Trained by Ron Burke, Rose Run Parker has now won three of four lifetime outings while bankrolling over $35,000 for his connections of Burke Racing Stable, Weaver Bruscemi, and W. Haas. Sired by Jailhouse Jesse, Rose Run Parker was also victorious in the opening round of the $30,000 Indiana Gold Sire Stakes at Hoosier Park on August 9.
Stable mate Winding Hill followed suit in the second split of the $30,000 Indiana Gold Sire Stakes for two-year-old trotting colts and geldings as he rallied sharply from off the pace to score in 1:59.2. With Ricky Macomber Jr. at the lines, the sophomore trotter was able to take advantage of a second over trip to edge out Ladys Big Stormont and Andy Shetler at the wire. Scoring his third win of the season, Winding Hill returned $5.80 at the windows and established a new lifetime best performance with the victory.
Sired by Here Comes Herbie, the freshman colt has now won three of five lifetime outings while bankrolling over $30,000 for his connections of Burke Racing Stable and Weaver Bruscemi. Winding Hill was also victorious in the opening round of the $30,000 Indiana Gold Sire Stakes at Hoosier Park on August 9.
The third leg of the Indiana Gold Sire Stakes for two-year-old trotting colts and geldings will continue on Saturday, August 31 at Hoosier Park Racing & Casino. The four leg series will culminate with a $200,000 final slated for September 11 at Hoosier Park.
Live racing at Hoosier Park Racing & Casino will continue on Tuesday, August 27 with a 13-race card. The 160-day, all harness racing meet will follow a Tuesday-Saturday schedule with a daily post time of 5:30 p.m.
So Shay pulled off a stunning upset at 49-1 to highlight the $30,000 Indiana Gold Sire Stakes for three-year-old pacing fillies on the evening’s 13-race card at Hoosier Park Racing & Casino on Tuesday, August 20. With Trace Tetrick at the lines, So Shay was able to stage a determined rally in the final strides of the mile to score the upset and establish a lifetime best mark of 1:52 in the process.
Upset minded from the word go, So Shay and Tetrick left alertly from the rail spot to land along the pylons in third. It was a cavalry charge to the front as the gate folded but it Always About Katey and Ed Hensley who were quickest and reached the front through the opening panel in :26.3. Bliss Hanover and Pete Wrenn also left alertly but yielded for the pocket seat. Ricky Macomber Jr. sent Mandy’s Mattjesty firing off the gate but they were relegated to fourth through the opening splits. Always About Katey remained uncontested through the half mile mark in :55.2 before feeling a threat on the outside from Mandy’s Mattjesty. Harmony Oaks Quike and Mike Micallef were well placed second over with Crazy on You and LeWayne Miller next in line and in hot pursuit of the leader. The pace began to quicken and the field began to tighten as they approached the three-quarter mark in 1:24 with Always About Katey still calling the shots. Bliss Hanover and Pete Wrenn were able to wear down the tiring leader mid-way through the stretch as So Shay and Tetrick loomed large in the background. Steering through traffic, Tetrick asked his filly for more and she responded with a :27.3 final panel to pull the upset and win by two lengths. Always About Katey held on for second while Crazy On You got up for the third place finish. Dismissed at 49-1, So Shay returned $100.00 to her backers at the window. The trifecta including So Shay, Always About Katey, and Crazy On You lit up the tote board and returned $1158.05.
Trained by Marty Rodgers, So Shay notched her second win of the season from eleven seasonal outings. Sired by Gunthatwonthewest, the sophomore filly has now won four of 18 lifetime outings while bankrolling over $30,000 for owner Marla Bednarsh. So Shay bested her lifetime best mark by nearly four seconds with the 1:52 score.
The fourth and final round of the $30,000 Indiana Gold Sire stakes for three-year-old pacing fillies will continue on Tuesday, September 3 at Hoosier Park. The four-leg series will culminate with a $200,000 series slated for Wednesday, September 11 at Hoosier Park as part of the annual Hoosier Champions Night.
Live racing continues at Hoosier Park Racing & Casino on Wednesday, August 21 with a 13-race card that will be highlighted by two $108,050 divisions of the Kentuckiana Stallion Management Stakes for two-year-old trotting fillies. Live racing at Hoosier Park Racing & Casino will follow a Tuesday-Saturday schedule with a daily post time of 5:30 p.m.