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ANDERSON, Ind.--May 17, 2019-- Always A Prince and driver Trace Tetrick turned in a dominant performance to deliver as the heavy favorite in the featured harness racing event of the evening, the $20,000 Open Pace, at Harrah's Hoosier Park Racing & Casino on Friday, May 17. Stopping the timer in 1:48.1, Always A Prince established a new lifetime best in just the third start of his four-year-old campaign and equaled the track record for older pacing geldings at Harrah's Hoosier Park in the process. It was also the fastest mile of the 2019 season through the first 33 nights of racing. The 1:48.1 clocking equaled the mark previously established by Split The House and Brett Miller in the $421,00 Breeders Crown Open Pace at Hoosier Park in October of 2017. Always A Prince also holds the track record for three-year-old pacing geldings with a 1:48.3 score in stakes action last season. In a race marred by scratches, Always A Prince coasted off the gate from post four while a host of others left aggressively for the front. Docdor Friskie and Brandon Bates won the early battle for position and lead the field to the first quarter in a snappy :26.3 with Endeavor and Mike Oosting opting for a pocket trip. Tetrick wouldn't wait long and gave Always A Prince his marching orders as the field straightened away down the backside. Always A Prince quickly took command just before the half in :54.2 and never looked back. Hitting the three-quarters in 1:22, Always A Prince was on top by two and his lead was ever-increasing. Fan of Terror and John DeLong, who won the Open Pace last week, were the first to take aim but were no match for the leader. Utilizing a :26.1 final panel, Always A Prince powered home to finish three lengths to the good and was well in hand at the wire. Fan of Terror rallied gamely to finish second while Docdor Friskie held on for third. As the heavy betting favorite, Always A Prince returned $3.00 to his backers at the betting windows. "I can't say that I am surprised but I was not expecting a 1:48 mile tonight," trainer Tyler George noted after the victory. "He has that kind of speed and that was a nice field of horses but I didn't think he would have to go that much tonight. He's a great horse and does what he has to do." Unraced as a two-year-old, Always A Prince made up for lost times last season--bankrolling $492,875 in purse earnings and securing Indiana's 2018 Pacer of the Year title. Owned by Carl and Melanie Atley, the gelded son of Always A Virgin-Glorious Princess recorded his 20th lifetime win from 25 trips behind the gate. "We haven't figured out where we are going next," George continued. "We will probably try to get another start here. He's got the Battle of Lake Erie but we'll see how it goes." The win with Always A Prince was one of three winners on the card for Hoosier Park's leading driver Trace Tetrick. Tetrick also scored with fan-favorite and World Champion Freaky Feet Pete in the last race on the program. Staging his customary late rally in the lane, Freaky Feet Pete surged past his rivals to stop the timer in 1:49.4 and record his second consecutive victory. Indiana Sire Stakes Champions were out in full force on the evening's 14-race card as Indiana's 2018 champion two-year-old pacing colt, Egomania, also found the winner's circle in the first start of his three-year-old campaign. Driven by John DeLong and trained by Brian Brown, Egomania came storming home to stop the timer in 1:50.3 to establish a new lifetime best. Live racing at Harrah's Hoosier Park Racing & Casino will continue on Saturday, May 18 with an 11-race card and begin at an adjusted post time of 7:10 pm. Live racing at Harrah's Hoosier Park Racing & Casino will follow a Tuesday through Saturday schedule and be conducted through November 9. For more information on the upcoming entertainment and live racing schedule at Hoosier Park, please visit www.harrahshoosierpark.com.   Emily Ratcliff

ANDERSON, Ind.--May 1, 2019--The $6 million Breeders Crown, harness racing's richest and most prestigious year-end divisional championship series, is set to return to Harrah's Hoosier Park Racing & Casino in October 2020. Harrah's Hoosier Park was formally awarded all 12 year-end championship races by the Hambletonian Society, which oversees the Breeders Crown Series. This will be the second time that Harrah's Hoosier Park, home of harness racing in the state of Indiana, will serve as the event's host site. "On behalf of all the members of the Indiana Standardbred Association I want to express how delighted we are to again partner in bringing the Breeders Crown back to Indiana," Indiana Standardbred Association president, Joe Putnam said. "This showcase of the best talent in harness racing saw Indiana shine on the national stage and we are hopeful to equal or surpass that fete in 2020." "Hoosier Park hosted one of our most successful Breeders Crown events in 2017 and we are thrilled they are back in host track rotation again in 2020," said Hambletonian Society president John Campbell. "We look forward to working with Harrah's Hoosier Park Racing & Casino and the Indiana Standardbred Association in raising the bar on hospitality, championship racing and showcasing another world class event." Harrah's Hoosier Park hosted Indiana's debut of the Breeders Crown in October of 2017, creating a week-long Festival that culminated in two nights of Breeders Crown finals. More than $4 million was bet on the events, with a track lifetime record of $2.1 million wagered in one single night. "Record wagering handles, a sold-out grandstand, entrants and winners from all over North America, a first class staff and tremendous economic impact for the Anderson community all made the decision to return to Hoosier an easy one," continued Campbell. "The Society is grateful and acknowledges the efforts of everyone involved in the Standardbred industry in Indiana who worked hard to make their state synonymous with world class racing." In addition to record-setting handle at Harrah's Hoosier Park's inaugural Breeders Crown, a tremendous showing was made by local representatives, who took home three of the 12 crystal Crown trophies. "Dan Patch Horse of the Year Award winners Hannelore Hanover and Always B Miki are just two Indiana-bred performers who have received accolades at the highest level and we look forward to providing the stage again in 2020," added Campbell. The 35-year-old series has typically crowned champions in every division for trotters and pacers and has been the deciding factor in Horse of the Year honors since 1984. More than $250 million in purse money has been disbursed over 406 events. Originally conceived and executed as a traveling series, the Crown has been contested at racetracks across North America and been raced as a single night as well as multiple night events. Much like the Super Bowl, the season-culminating Breeders Crown series does not have a fixed venue. The Breeders Crown races were held at The Mohegan Sun Pocono Downs in Pennsylvania in 2018 and will be hosted at Woodbine Mohawk Park in Canada in 2019 before heading to Harrah's Hoosier Park in 2020. "Our team at Harrah's Hoosier Park could not be more thrilled to have harness racing's premier event returning to the Hoosier State in 2020," said Rick Moore, vice president and general manager of racing for Harrah's Hoosier Park. "Our team rose to the occasion with great pride in 2017, and without a doubt will do so again next year." Harrah's Hoosier Park was purchased by Caesars Entertainment in July of 2018, and the 2020 Breeders Crown will be the first championship event hosted under the Caesars Entertainment umbrella. "Caesars Entertainment and our team at Harrah's Hoosier Park are honored to host the 2020 Breeders Crown and once again showcase our team, community, our horses, and state of Indiana," said Trent McIntosh, senior vice president and general manager of Harrah's Hoosier Park. "We look forward to working with the Hambletonian Society and the Indiana Standardbred Association in making next year's event our biggest and best championship racing event yet." Emily Gaskin

ANDERSON, Ind.--April 16, 2019-- With a carry-over in excess of $8,000, Harrah's Hoosier Park Racing & Casino has announced a $30,000 Guaranteed Hoosier High-5 pool for Wednesday, April 17. In partnership with the United States Trotting Association Strategic Wagering program and the Indiana Standardbred Association, Harrah's Hoosier Park will offer this signature wager for the action packed 12-race card on Wednesday that is set to begin at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday's 12-race card saw a number of longshots finding the winner's circle, including Cantdancewithoutgin and LeWayne Miller who found the wire first at odds of 99-1 in the last race of the program. The 3-year-old filly, trained by Larry King, staged a big rally late in the lane to get up in the final strides of the mile to record her first lifetime victory in eleven career starts. The Pick-5 also went unsolved resulting in a $3,452.07 carryover for Wednesday. The Hoosier High-5, also known as the pentafecta, is featured in the last race of every program at Harrah's Hoosier Park and features a reduced takeout of 12%. The Hoosier High-5 is responsible for one of the biggest payouts to date last season with a $12,775.94 winning ticket paid out. Free past performances for the Hoosier High-5 sequence will be available on the USTA website. Expert selections and handicapping tools are also available on the handicapping section of Hoosier Park's website. Live racing at Harrah's Hoosier Park Racing & Casino will follow a Tuesday through Saturday schedule and be conducted through November 9. For more information on the upcoming entertainment and live racing schedule at Hoosier Park, please visit www.harrahshoosierpark.com.   Emily Ratcliff Race Marketing Manager and Commentator

ANDERSON, Ind.--March 27, 2019--Coming off a silver anniversary year, Harrah's Hoosier Park is set to open its 26th season of world-renowned harness racing with a special Fan Appreciation Celebration on Friday, March 29 and Saturday, March 30. An opening night 14-race card, exclusive giveaways, contests, promotions, and free entertainment will highlight the weekend of racing. "As soon as our athletes cross the finish line in the last race of the year, we hit the ground running for the upcoming season." said Rick Moore, Harrah's Hoosier Park vice president and general manager of racing. "We've planned our 2019 season with the mentality that everything has to be bigger, better, and bolder. We have a great weekend, and season ahead, and can't wait to welcome back our race fans to celebrate another year of championship racing." As a part of Fan Appreciation Weekend, the first 500 guests to visit Trackside Caesars Rewards on Friday, March 29 starting at 4:30 p.m. will receive an official 2019 live racing hooded sweatshirt. Fan-tastic Fridays will also return to Harrah's Hoosier Park with $1 draft beers, $1 hot dogs and $1 live racing programs starting at 5 p.m. In addition, guests will be welcomed to enter the Bet Against The Boss handicapping contest for a chance to win up to $500. Both Friday and Saturday will feature $100 MegaBet drawings, where five winners will be drawn each night to place a $100 win bet on a selected race on the program. Guests can enter to win at any Trackside Rewards kiosk from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. Winners will be announced at 7:15 p.m. each night and winners must be present to win. Friday night will also feature a $20,000 Shamrock N Roll giveaway, with drawings between 5 p.m. and 9 p.m. Building upon the popular "Family-Fun" themed activities and events started last season, Family Fun Saturdays will return to Harrah's Hoosier Park this Saturday and continue throughout the entirety of the live racing season. Activities will include live entertainment, games and winner's circle giveaways. The official Hoosier Park mascot, Hoosier Buddy, will be on hand to entertain and excite. Saturday night will also feature the Mow Money giveaway finale. Guests can enter to win their share of $25,000 in free play and John Deere prizes, with drawings between 5 p.m. and 10 p.m. Free entertainment in The Terrace Showroom will top off each night with Stella Luna and The Satellites performing at the conclusion of live racing on Friday and Password Reset performing at the conclusion of live racing on Saturday. The 2019 live racing season at Harrah's Hoosier Park will feature 160 days of live racing and will be headlined the $300,000 Dan Patch Stakes on Friday, August 9. The Dan Patch Stakes will serve as Indiana's richest harness race with an estimated purse of $300,000, which annually attracts the top older pacers in North America. Live racing at Harrah's Hoosier Park Racing & Casino will follow a Friday and Saturday schedule the opening week, a Thursday, Friday, and Saturday schedule the second week and then resume a Tuesday through Saturday schedule through the end of the meet on Nov. 9.   Emily Gaskin

ANDERSON, IN - Harrah's Hoosier Park is currently accepting applications for two harness racing internship opportunities with the Race Marketing Department for the upcoming 2019 live harness racing season. Both internships will be with the Race Marketing Department and are ideal for students pursuing careers in marketing, hospitality, communications, business, or any equine related fields. The internship program is designed to give applicable marketing experience while simultaneously discovering and learning the many facets of the harness racing industry. The Race Marketing interns will have the opportunity to work alongside industry and media professionals in an exciting, fast-paced environment. Each intern will be expected to assist the Race Marketing Department with a variety of promotional events, racing activities, and programs in a customer-service based atmosphere. The race marketing interns will assist with the daily production of the live racing program along with various group and charity events. The interns will also be challenged to write engaging digital content, develop and maintain new marketing contests, along with public relations and social media assignments. This opportunity is ideal for college students looking for an exciting internship in the horse racing industry or students seeking internship accreditation opportunities in related fields. The positions require an energetic, self-starter with strong communication skills, organizational skills, and experience in social media applications. Applicants must have reliable transportation and be willing to work weekends and evenings. Experience in the horse racing industry is beneficial but not required. This paid assignment will run throughout the entirety of the live racing season. Hoosier Park's 26th season of live harness racing will kick off on March 29 and be conducted through November 9. With a daily post time of 6:30 p.m., Harrah's Hoosier Park will offer a very lucrative stakes program throughout the season highlighted by the 26th anniversary of the Dan Patch Stakes on August 9. To apply for the Race Marketing internship at Harrah's Hoosier Park, please send resume and cover letter to: Emily Gaskin 4500 Dan Patch Circle Anderson, IN 46017 egaskin@caesars.com The application deadline for the Race Marketing internship is March 1, 2019. For more information about Harrah’s Hoosier Park, please visit www.harrahshoosierpark.com. by Emily Gaskin, for Hoosier Park  

ANDERSON, Ind.--January 23, 2019 -- Stall applications are now available for the upcoming 2019 live harness racing season at Harrah's Hoosier Park Racing & Casino. The downloadable form, which includes all pertinent information, can be found on Harrah's Hoosier Park's website or by clicking here. Stall applications must be received by Harrah's Hoosier Park's race office by no later than February 8, 2019. Applications for stall space are required for both stalls in the barn area, as well as horsemen wishing to ship in to race at Hoosier Park. Horsemen receiving stalls will be notified of their allotment by mid-February. Building upon the successes of the 2018 live race meet, Harrah's Hoosier Park's 26th season of live harness racing will kick off on March 29, 2019. Live racing at Harrah's Hoosier Park will follow a Friday, Saturday schedule the opening week, a Thursday, Friday, Saturday schedule the second week and then resume a Tuesday through Saturday schedule throughout the remainder of the meet. With a daily post time of 6:30 p.m. each night, the live racing season will be conducted through November 9, 2019. Once again, Harrah's Hoosier Park will solely host Indiana's harness racing and offer an action-packed stakes season. Hoosier Park's signature event, the $300,000 Dan Patch Stakes, is slated for Friday, August 9. In conjunction with the stakes schedule, Hoosier Park will offer a variety of overnight series beginning in April to kick-start the season. All of the spring overnight series will be on Harrah's Hoosier Park's condition sheets and can be found on Harrah's Hoosier Park's website as soon as they are made available. For additional information, or to have a stall application sent to you, please contact Scott Peine, Hoosier Park's director of racing and racing secretary, at 765-609-4870 or speine@caesars.com. For more information on the upcoming harness racing season or live entertainment, please visit www.hoosierpark.com. About Harrah's Hoosier Park Racing & Casino Harrah's Hoosier Park Racing & Casino, which is owned and operated by a subsidiary of Caesars Entertainment Corporation (NASDAQ: CZR), holds multiple awards from industry publications for customer service, entertainment, gaming, dining, and team member culture. Harrah's Hoosier Park, a fully-integrated gaming and racing facility, features 2,000 of the latest slots and electronic table games and a 7/8 mile oval horse track offering live harness racing each year. Simulcast wagering is offered year-round at Harrah's Hoosier Park, Winner's Circle Pub, Grille & OTB in Downtown Indianapolis and Winner's Circle OTB & VooDoo BBQ & Grill in New Haven/Fort Wayne, Ind. For more information, please visit www.HarrahsHoosierPark.com. Must be 18 or older to wager on horse racing at racetracks and 21 or older to gamble at casinos. Know When To Stop Before You Start.® Gambling Problem? Call 1-800-9-WITH-IT (1-800-994-8448) ©2019 Caesars License Company, LLC. Emily Gaskin | Race Marketing Manager and Commentator  

ANDERSON, Ind.--December 5, 2018 -- The Indiana Horse Racing Commission approved Harrah's Hoosier Park's 2019 racing dates during their regularly scheduled meeting on Wednesday, Dec. 5. Offering 160-days of live harness racing, the 2019 racing season will be conducted Friday, March 29 through Saturday, Nov. 9. With a daily post time of 6:30 p.m., Harrah's Hoosier Park's 26th season of live harness racing will follow a Tuesday through Saturday schedule. Live racing at Hoosier Park Racing & Casino will kick off with a Friday, Saturday schedule the opening week and return on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday evening the second week before resuming a Tuesday through Saturday schedule throughout the remainder of the season. "Fresh off the heels of a successful 25th Silver Anniversary season at Harrah's Hoosier Park, we are busy preparing and anxiously awaiting the 2019 live harness racing season," Harrah's Hoosier Park's Vice President and General Manager of Racing, Rick Moore noted. "We remain committed to the highest quality of racing and look forward to welcoming the fans and horsemen back to Hoosier Park in March." Stall applications will soon be made available for the 2019 live harness racing season at Hoosier Park. The downloadable form, which includes all pertinent information, will be available on Hoosier Park's website. For additional information, or to have a stall application sent to you, please contact Scott Peine, Hoosier Park's racing secretary, at 765-609-4870 or Scott.Peine@hoosierpark.com . Emily Gaskin 

Anderson, IN -- Harrah's Hoosier Park concluded the 25th silver anniversary season of live harness racing with a 14-race card in front of a packed house on Saturday, November 10. In addition to the racing action, the leading driver and trainer titles were awarded. On the driving side, Trace Tetrick secured his fifth consecutive and seventh leading driver title at Hoosier Park. Tetrick, who led the standings from start to finish, was officially recognized as the 2018 leading driver with 309 victories while amassing over $3.7 million in purse earnings throughout the 160-day season. Sam Widger finished second with 259 victories with John DeLong in third with 248 trips to the winner's circle. The Southern Illinois native started driving in 2003 and has since surpassed the $50 million mark in purse earnings in the bike. As the all-time leading driver in Hoosier Park history, Tetrick recorded his best season to date in 2017 with over $6.8 million in purse earnings and 569 victories. Tetrick is also ranked among the top 10 drivers in the country with 469 victories and counting. "I want to thank the owners, trainers, and grooms who put me in the position where I can do well every night," Tetrick noted in the winner's circle. "Without them I wouldn't be standing here today. I am going to take a few weeks off and enjoy this and then will most likely be racing in Ohio for a few nights a week during the off season." "The support of my family and friends has been great," he continued. "I really appreciate the opportunity to show up every night and do what I love." After tying with trainer Jamie Macomber for the leading trainer title last season, Jeff Cullipher took the next step and secured the 2018 leading trainer title outright. Heading into the evening's 14-race card just four wins separated the top pair. Cullipher secured the title after winning with Wings Up and Inverse Hanover in their respective races. Cullipher ended the season with 119 victories with Jamie Macomber finishing second with 116 trips to the winner's circle. Raised by a family rich in harness racing tradition, Jeff Cullipher has quickly made a name for himself as a trainer at Hoosier Park. The 47-year-old Henderson, KY native is no new comer to the sport of harness racing. A driver since 1988 and trainer since 1991, Cullipher has over 30 years of harness racing experience to his credit. After recording his first million dollar season as a trainer in 2017 with his stable netting over $1.2 million in purse earnings and 102 victories, Cullipher is on track to record his best season to date in 2018 as his stable has already amassed over $1.5 million in purse earnings and 124 wins. Cullipher's stable earned over $1.3 million in purse earnings at Hoosier Park this season. "It really is a team effort," Cullipher said. "It's a lot of hard work but I've got a great team and some great owners who helped make this possible. Owners like Tom Pollack have been a dream come true for a guy like me--it's an honor to have the caliber of horses I've been able to train all season." "We are going to take a little bit of time off," Cullipher continued. "We will keep a stable here in Indiana for the winter and we are also looking to have a stable in New Jersey starting in December so next year will be exciting." The Saturday night program wrapped up an extremely successful season at Hoosier Park Racing & Casino. Hoosier Park Racing & Casino would like to thank all of the fans and horsemen who helped make the 2018 season at Hoosier Park an overwhelming success. "I want to tip my hat to everyone at Harrah's Hoosier Park who made this 25th season of harness racing so special and memorable," said Harrah's Hoosier Park Vice President and General Manager of Racing Rick Moore. "And to our partners, the horsemen, who night in and night out make racing at Harrah's Hoosier Park the best there is in North America. We couldn't be more proud. We'll catch our breath and then get back to the drawing board to make 2019 even better!" For more information on the upcoming entertainment and live racing schedule, please visit www.hoosierpark.com by Emily Gaskin, for Harrah's Hoosier Park

ANDERSON, IN  -The curtain will close on the 25th silver anniversary season of live harness racing at Harrah's Hoosier Park on Saturday, November 10 and will be highlighted by a $20,000 Guaranteed Pick-4 pool. An action packed 14-race card will close out the 2018 season with mandatory payouts in the Pick-4, Pick-5, and Hoosier High-5 pools. First post is 6:30 p.m. Two long-shot winners in Friday's Pick-4 sequence at Harrah's Hoosier Park sparked a carryover of $4,385.17 and will kick-start the Pick-4 pool for Saturday. Harrah's Hoosier Park will offer this signature wagering opportunity in partnership with the United States Trotting Association Strategic Wagering program and the Indiana Standardbred Association. The Pick-4 begins in the third race and will continue through the sixth race. Approximate post time for the first leg of the wager, the third race, is 7:06 p.m. (est.). Free past performances for the Pick-4 will be available on the United States Trotting Association website. Expert selections and handicapping tools are also available on Hoosier Park's website and The United States Trotting Association's website. Saturday's 14-race card will feature several late closing series finals and a $21,000 Invitational Pace. Local fan favorite and Breeders Crown Champion, Freaky Feet Pete, will also be in action on the evening's 14-race card looking to score his second consecutive win in the $15,000 Open Pace with Trace Tetrick in the bike. In addition to the racing action, Hoosier Park will award the 2018 leading driver and trainer trophies. Hoosier Park's reigning leading driver, Trace Tetrick, led the driving standings from start to finish and will add his seventh leading driver title at Hoosier Park to his resume. The title for leading trainer looks to be a race to the wire between trainers Jeff Cullipher and Jamie Macomber, who shared the leading trainer title last season, with only four wins separating the two heading into the final night of racing. For more information on the upcoming entertainment and live racing schedule, please visit www.hoosierpark.com by Emily Gaskin, for Hoosier Park

ANDERSON, IN --Some of the sport's brightest harness racing stars descended upon Harrah's Hoosier Park on Friday, November 2 and as predicted, the stakes filled card delivered some outstanding harness racing battles. It was the final night of Grand Circuit racing action for the 2018 season. After finishing second in the $500,000 Breeders Crown three-year-old colt trot last week, Met's Hall was out for redemption and delivered on his promise in the $256,000 Carl Erksine Trot for three-year-old trotting colts and geldings. Overcoming a poor position, Met's Hall turned in a dominant performance to deliver as the even money favorite in 1:53.2 with Andy Miller in the bike. With the win, Met's Hall sent his seasonal earnings over the $1 million mark. Miller sent Met's Hall away from the gate firing from post nine but he would have to work for position as Yannick Gingras also sent You Know You Do away from the gate aggressively. Met's Hall grabbed command just before the quarter in :27.2 and looked relaxed on the front while clicking off fractions of :56.2 and 1:25.1. Maxus and Peter Wrenn were the first to apply pressure first-over but would have their work cut out for them as Met's Hall looked strong on the front. As the field turned for home, Miller asked his mount for more and Met's Hall dug in gamely to hold off Helpisontheway and Tim Tetrick to get the win by nearly two lengths. Hockey Hanover and Matt Kakaley found late racing room to round out the trifecta. Met's Hall returned $4.00 at the betting windows. "He can leave the gate as quick as any," Miller noted after the victory. "I wasn't sure if we would get to the front but when he did--I figured he would be good. He's just an amazing animal who loves his work; he works through his issues and shows up every week." Trained by Julie Miller, the three-year-old son of Cantab Hall-Met's Inn recorded his fifth win of the season from 14 starts. Owned by Story Inc. and The Andy Miller Stable, Met's Hall has now won 10 of 24 starts while amassing $1,278,494 in lifetime purse earnings. The stakes action kicked-off for the evening with the $137,000 Crossroads of America Stakes for three-year-old trotting fillies and it was Custom Cantab and Peter Wrenn who went gate to wire to score in 1:54.1. Custom Cantab left alertly from post five and held strong to the wire to hold off a hard-charging Seviyorum and Andy Miller. Looking For Zelda and Matt Kakaley utilized a ground saving trip to get up for third place honors. As the heavy betting favorite, Custom Cantab returned $4.20 to her backers at the betting windows. "She's a tough filly," trainer Chris Beaver noted in the winner's circle. "Even when she's not 100% she gives it her best. She's staked to The Matron Stakes so as long as she comes out of this race okay we will try her there." Indiana's champion three-year-old trotting filly recorded her 12th win and has finished no worse than third in 16 starts this season. Owned by Christopher Beaver, Donald Robinson, and RBH Venture, the daughter of Mr. Cantab-Custom Model has now won 14 of 28 lifetime starts and sports a lifetime bankroll of $643,936. Not to be outdone, Youaremycandygirl turned in an impressive performance of her own to dominate her rivals with a nine and three-quarter length romp in the $113,000 USS Indianapolis Memorial for three-year-old pacing fillies. With regular pilot Yannick Gingras in the bike, Youaremycandygirl seized the early lead and steadily drew away from the field to stop the timer in 1:50.1. Leaving from post six, Youaremycandygirl reached the front through the opening panel in :27.1 and never looked back. After recording middle fractions of :56 and 1:23.2, Youaremycandygirl began to pace away from the rest of the field and still had a :26.1 closing kick left in the tank. Solitary and Brett Miller were the best of the rest finishing second while Double A Mint and David Miller finished third. Sent off as the 3-5 favorite, Youaremycandygirl returned $3.40 at the betting windows. "She's just super-fast," trainer Ron Burke noted of his filly. "She's from Sweet Lou's family -- it's become the best maternal speed family in the country. A couple things haven't gone right this year so it's made for a longer year for her but she's a top filly." With the win, Youaremycandygirl recorded the eighth win from 16 seasonal outings. The millionaire daughter of American Ideal-Sweet Lady Jane pushed her lifetime bankroll to $1,365,973 for owner W.J. Donovan. The stakes action concluded with the $190,000 Monument Circle Pace for three-year-old pacing colts and geldings and after a disqualification of the first-place finisher Lather Up and Montrell Teague, it was Always A Prince and Trace Tetrick who came out victorious. The time of the mile was 1:49.1 Lather Up used his early gate speed to grab the early lead through the opening panel in :27.1 before yielding the lead to Dorsoduro Hanover and Matt Kakaley just before the half in :55. Tetrick gave Always A Prince the green light just past the half and he ranged up to engage the leader through the three-quarters in 1:22. While the top pair were battling it out on the front, Lather Up went off stride and although he came back pacing, was ultimately placed eighth for causing interference to trailing horses. Always A Prince was placed first with Dorsoduro Hanover placed second. Sent off as the 5-2 second choice, Always A Prince returned $7.20 for the victory. "He's just a great horse," trainer Tyler George said in the winner's circle. "He was a little tired after his last start so we gave him the week off to prepare him for this race. He doesn't get excited, he doesn't do anything wrong--he's just a great horse to be around." Indiana's champion three-year-old pacing colt recorded his seventh consecutive victory and 19th win from 22 lifetime starts. Owned by Carl and Melanie Atley, Always A Prince was unraced as a two-year-old but has amassed $492, 875 in lifetime purse earnings. The action-packed evening was complimented by a special appearance from harness racing's richest horse, Foiled Again, who finished a very game second in the $15,000 Dick Macomber Memorial with Ricky Macomber Jr. in the bike. "He's come to enjoy this," trainer Ron Burke noted of the fanfare that surrounds his superstar pacer. "A year ago, I don't know if he would have liked it but he seems to understand what's going and he really enjoys the attention and seeing all the people." Just an hour after pacing his mile in 1:51.4, Foiled Again visited the front paddock at Hoosier Park to meet many of his adoring fans. Foiled Again's appearance was one of the many stops of his 2018 Farewell Tour. Live racing at Harrah's Hoosier Park will continue on Saturday, November 3 with a 10-race card. With a daily post time of 6:30 p.m., live racing at Hoosier Park will follow a Tuesday through Saturday schedule and be conducted through November 10. For more information on the upcoming entertainment and live racing schedule, please visit www.hoosierpark.com. by Emily Gaskin, for Harrah's Hoosier Park

ANDERSON, IN --Grand Circuit racing action will make its way back to Harrah's Hoosier Park for the final time this season on Friday, November 2 and with it, bring some of the top rated horses in North America to Harrah's Hoosier Park in search of the lucrative purses offered on the 14-race card. With purses approaching the $1 million mark, Hoosier Park will host an action-packed 14-race card that includes the $256,000 Carl Erskine Trot for three-year-old trotting colts and geldings, the $190,000 Monument Circle Pace for three-year-old pacing colts and geldings, the $137,000 Crossroads of America for three-year-old trotting fillies and the $113,000 USS Indianapolis Memorial for three-year-old pacing fillies. The first race will line-up behind the starting gate at 6:30 p.m. Fresh off a win in the $530,000 Breeders Crown Final for three-year-old pacing colts and geldings, Dorsodoru Hanover look to add to his bankroll when he visits Indiana for the first time this season in the $190,000 Monument Circle Pace for trainer Ron Burke. The Somebeachsomewhere-Deer Valley Miss colt, whose seasonal earnings just surpassed the $1 million mark, has won 10 of 18 seasonal outings and currently leads the division in purse earnings for the season. Dorsoduro Hanover will play the role of morning line favorite at 9-5 from post eight with Matt Kakaley in the bike. Also making an appearance on the evening for the Burke barn is Foiled Again, the richest Standardbred of all-time, who will be racing in the $15,000 Dick Macomber Memorial Pace as part of a stop on his farewell tour. A career-winner of more than $7.6 million, Foiled Again is currently in his final season of racing before retirement. Foiled Again has made 21 starts this year at 14 different tracks, including several county fairs, and he's not done yet. In September, 2018, at the age of 14, and with only four months to go before his mandated retirement, his owners, Burke Racing Stable, Weaver Bruscemi, and JJK Stables, began the farewell tour to showcase the legendary pacer to racing fans across North America. As a three-time Horse of the Year, Foiled Again only got better with age. At age 8, he became the oldest pacer on record to have a million dollar year. By age 9 he had three consecutive million dollar-winning seasons and also won his first Breeders Crown title - the Open Pace at Pocono Downs - against a field of younger horses, and became the oldest horse to win a Breeders Crown. In addition to his race records, he also was named Pacer of the Year in 2011, Older Pacer of the Year three times, and Canada's Aged Pacer of the Year twice. He's won major stakes races at tracks around the US and Canada including three editions of the Hoosier Park Pacing Derby. Harrah's Hoosier Park invites racing fans to join in saluting a true champion as Foiled Again will be available for a meet and greet in the front paddock after his race. Starting at 5:00 p.m., guests will also have the opportunity to enter to win a ride in the sulky with Foiled Again to lead the post parade for the first race. In conjunction with the racing activities, racing fans will have the opportunity to win a 55-inch smart tv by swiping at any promotional kiosk from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. One lucky winner will be announced at 9:15 p.m. For more information on the upcoming live racing and entertainment at Hoosier Park, please visit www.hoosierpark.com. The live racing schedule at Hoosier Park will follow a Tuesday through Saturday schedule and be conducted through November 12. by Emily Gaskin, for Hoosier Park

ANDERSON, Ind.--October 26, 2018-- Harrah's Hoosier Park played host to a stakes-filled card on Friday, October 26 as Grand Circuit racing action made a stop at the seven-eighths mile oval for the fifth time this season. The 14-race card was highlighted by nine divisions of The Circle City Stakes for three-year-old trotters and pacers and one division of the Madison County Stakes for two-year-old pacing colts and geldings. The three-year-old trotting fillies kicked off the evening's racing action and it was Pat Matters and driver Ricky Macomber Jr. who tracked down heavily favored Custom Cantab and Peter Wrenn in the final strides of the mile to score in 1:53.3 over a track rated good. Custom Cantab did all the work on the front end while Pat Matters waited patiently in the pocket for her turn to strike. As the field turned for home, Macomber Jr. gave his mount the green light and she utilized a :27.2 final quarter to get the win and establish a new lifetime best in the process. As the publics' second choice, Pat Matters returned $11.40 at the betting windows. Trained by Paul Kelley, the daughter of Explosive Matter-Dibrizzi recorded her fourth seasonal win from 15 lifetime outings and also a new lifetime mark. Pat Matters is owned by Patricia Stable. In the second division of the stakes action for three-year-old trotting fillies, it was the lone Indiana-sired filly in the field, Red Rose Swan, who went gate to wire to capture the $28,600 event in 1:55.4 for driver, trainer LeWayne Miller. Using a :28.4 closing kick, Red Rose Swan was able to hold off a late surge from the heavily favored Hey Blondie and Tim Tetrick to get the win by nearly three lengths. The daughter of Swan For All-Red Rose Kosmos recorded her fourth win of the season and second consecutive victory for owners Last Chance Racing, LeWayne Miller, and C11 Racing. Red Rose Swan returned $8.60 to her backers at the betting windows. In the final split for three-year-old trotting fillies, Live Laugh Love and driver Peter Wrenn worked out a second-over trip and coasted on to the wire five lengths in front of the field, stopping the timer in 1:54.4. Sent off as the publics' third choice, Live Laugh Love returned $10.20 for the victory. Trained by Nifty Norman, the sophomore filly notched her seventh win of the season from 16 outings. The daughter of Donato Hanover-Shes Gone Again is owned by Melvin Hartman, David McDuffee, and Diamond Creek Racing. The upset trend continued through two divisions of The Circle City Stakes for the three-year-old pacing fillies. Jewels Forreal and driver Chris Page prevailed in a tight photo over a very game Aldine Hanover and John DeLong to pull the 8-1 upset in 1:53. Aldine Hanover, who was sent off as the post time favorite, went uncontested on the front through the three-quarters before being joined on the outside by Jewels Forreal. Aldine Hanover dug in gamely but Jewels Forreal ultimately came out on top to record her third win of the season. Jewels Forreal returned $19.20 at the betting windows for the upset. Trained by Ron Burke, the daughter of So Surreal-Dandy's Jewel is owned in partnership by Burke Racing Stable and Weaver Bruscemi. Jewels Forreal has now won six of 27 lifetime starts. Voom Or Bang and John DeLong followed suit in the second division of the stakes action for three-year-old pacing fillies and staged a big rally late in the lane to pull the $14.80 upset. Voom Or Bang rallied well in the lane to surge past the heavily favored Wisdom Tree and Sam Widger and held off a late surge from Cult Icon and Ronnie Wrenn Jr. to score in 1:53.3. Trained by Roger Welch, the daughter of Always A Virgin-Vavoom Hanover recorded her sixth win of the season from 17 trips behind the starting gate. Owned by W. DeLong, W. DeLong, Sth Blt, J. DeLong, and J DeLong, Voom Or Bang has now won nine of 29 lifetime starts. Just when it seemed an upset trend was forming, the favorites came out on top in both divisions of the stakes action for the three-year-old trotting colts. After a costly break in stakes action last week, Scirocco Rob rebounded gamely to deliver as the post time favorite with Corey Callahan in the bike. Scirocco Rob made his game winning move down the backside and remained clear to the wire, scoring in 1:55.2 over Got The Groove and John DeLong. Trained by John Butenschoen, the son of Explosive Matter-Fun At Parties recorded his fourth win of the season from 20 outings. Scirocco Rob is owned by the partnership of Lewis Whitaker Jr. and Kathleen Whitaker. The recently crowned New York Sires Stakes Champion, Helpisontheway, continued his winning ways in the second division for three-year-old trotting colts, stopping the timer in 1:55.3. With Tim Tetrick in the bike, Helpisontheway went gate to wire and held off a hard-charging Voss Volo and Corey Callahan to get the win by a head. Trained by Linda Toscano, the son of Chapter Seven-Porque recorded his ninth win of the season from 15 starts and third consecutive victory. Helpisontheway is owned by Camelot Stable Inc., The Bay's Stable LLC, and Little E LLC. Wheels On Fire turned in his own dominant performance to continue his winning ways and deliver as the post-time favorite in the $42,650 Circle City Stakes for three-year-old pacing colts and geldings. Driven by Ronnie Wrenn Jr., Wheels On Fire went gate to wire en route to a three-length victory in 1:50.3 over GD Western Joe and Chris Page. With the win, Wheels On Fire recorded his sixth consecutive victory this season and second consecutive Hoosier Park score. Trained by Ron Burke, the son of Somebeachsomewhere-Ab Fab recorded his 11th seasonal win from 17 outings for owner W.J. Donovan. Rockinbeach, with Ricky Macomber Jr. in the bike, worked out a perfect, second-over trip to capture his split of the stakes action for three-year-old pacing colts in 1:52. Using a :26.4 final quarter, Rockin Beach surged past his rivals late in the lane and held off a fast-closing Shadow Cat and Corey Callahan to get the win by a neck. Trained by Jamie Macomber, Rockin Beach has now won six of 20 starts as a sophomore. The son of Rockin Image-Miss Sandy Beach is owned and was bred by Wilbur Eash. In the lone division of the Madison County Stakes on the program, Magic Joe Lindy and Trace Tetrick staged a big rally late in the lane to capture the $66,400 Madison County Stakes for two-year-old pacing colts in 1:53.3. Magic Joe Lindy sat mid-pack for much of the mile and when Tetrick gave him the green light, he found a :26.3 closing quarter to get the victory by nearly two lengths. The son of American Ideal-Lindy's Bandita recorded his third win of the season from eight starts. Trained by Domenico Cecere, Magic Joe Lindy is owned and was bred by Lindy Farms of Connecticut. Stakes action continues at Harrah's Hoosier Park on Saturday, October 27 with a 14-race card highlighted by four divisions of the Madison County Stakes for the two-year-old trotters and pacers. With a daily post time of 6:30 pm, live racing will follow a Tuesday through Saturday schedule and be conducted through November 10. For more information on the upcoming entertainment and live racing schedule, please visit www.hoosierpark.com. by Emily Gaskin, for Hoosier Park

ANDERSON, IN -The Hoosier state's freshmen trotters and pacers were the featured attraction at Hoosier Park Racing & Casino on Friday, October 5 as the evening's 14-race card was highlighted by three $75,000 Indiana Sires Stakes finals. It was the fifth and final round of the $75,000 preliminary Indiana Sires Stakes finals for the two-year-old competitors. The evening's action kicked-off with the two-year-old pacing colts and it was Egomania who continued his winning ways to sweep the final round of the stakes action with a win in the $75,000 Indiana Sires Stakes final for two-year-old pacing colts and geldings. Scoring in 1:51.4 over a track rated good, Egomania went wide around the last turn but recovered well to get the win by a neck over a hard-charging Frontier Telephras and Lewayne Miller. As the public's second choice, Egomania returned $9.20 to his backers at the betting windows. With the win, the son of Always A Virgin-Has An Attitude notched his fourth win from 10 seasonal outings. Trained by Shane Bowermaster, Egomania sent his lifetime purse earnings over the $100,000 mark with the win for his connections of Country Club Acres, J. Sbrocco, R. Lombardo, and J. Fodera. The 1:51.4 clocking also equaled his lifetime mark established earlier this season in stakes action at Hoosier Park. The two-year-old trotting fillies were up next and it was Kissesforall who turned in her own gritty performance to get the win in the $75,000 Indiana Sires Stakes Final. With trainer Verlin Yoder handling the driving duties, Kissesforall was able to overcome a tough, first-over trip to track down the pace setting Measuredperfection and Ricky Macomber Jr. late in the lane to score in 1:56.1. Yoder also co-owns the filly with Eleven Star Stables. Sent off as the 8-5 favorite, Kissesforall returned $5.20 at the betting windows. With the win, the daughter of Swan For All-Deliteful Debbie recorded her second consecutive victory and fourth win of the season from 11 trips behind the gate. Kissesforall has now amassed $94,300 in lifetime purse earnings. The biggest upset of the evening was found in the final division of the stakes action as Pansy's Image and Peter Wrenn pulled the 40-1 upset in the $75,000 Indiana Sires Stakes final for two-year-old pacing fillies. Sent off as the second longest shot on the board, Pansy's Image was uninvolved through the early stages of the race but found late racing room to track down her heavily favored stablemate, Glorious Virgin and Trace Tetrick, to get the win by nearly two lengths. Stopping the timer in 1:52.1, Pansy's Image established a new lifetime best and gave trainer Shane Bowermaster a training double on the evening's 14-race card. Pansy's Image lit up the tote board and returned $82.80 to her backers. The homebred daughter of Rockin Image-Pantidepressant has now won four of nine lifetime outings while pushing her career bankroll to $74,050. Pansy's Image is owned by The Emerald Highlands Farm. With the wins, each of the stakes winners solidified their spots in the $220,000 Indiana Sires Stakes Super Finals slated for October 12 at Hoosier Park. With purses in excess of $2 million, the Indiana Sires Stakes Super Finals night has been tabbed as "Hoosier Champions Night" and will serve as the richest night of racing offered this season featuring eight $220,000 finals. Four $50,000 finals for the aged competitors will also compliment the evening's program. Live racing will continue at Hoosier Park Racing & Casino on Saturday, October 6 with a 12-race card. With a daily post time of 6:30 pm, live racing will follow a Tuesday through Saturday schedule and be conducted through November 10. For more information on the upcoming entertainment and live racing schedule, please visit www.hoosierpark.com. by Emily Gaskin, for Hoosier Park

ANDERSON, IN - Sophomore trotting colts were the featured attraction at Hoosier Park Racing & Casino in the fifth and final round of $75,000 Indiana Sires Stakes finals on Thursday, October 4. With James Yoder in the bike, Katkin American turned in a dominant, front-running effort to win going away in 1:53.2 and with it, notch his second consecutive victory in the $75,000 Indiana Sires Stakes finals at Hoosier Park. Last week's elimination winner and divisional rival, Fiftydallarbill, opted out of the Indiana Sires Stakes action and has been entered in an elimination of the Kentucky Futurity slated for Sunday at The Red Mile. With no Fiftydallarbill to contend with, Yoder sent Katkin American away from the gate firing from post eight in the field of ten. The duo would have to work for position as Robert Taylor sent River Otter to the front to the grab the early lead through the opening panel in :28. Katkin American pressed on to the front and took command just before the half in :57.2. Katkin American went uncontested through the three-quarters in 1:26 but John DeLong had Got The Groove on the attack, first-over. As the field turned for home, Got The Groove was inching closer but Katkin American wasn't finished. Utilizing a :27.2 final panel, Katkin American coasted on to the wire to finish five lengths in front of Got The Groove. Admiral Dewey and Trace Tetrick rallied well late in the mile to finish third. As the 1-9 favorite, Katkin American returned $2.20 to his backers at the betting windows. "He never quits trying," Yoder noted after the victory. "He really started coming around about April and has been improving with every start. He goes out there and tries hard every time he's behind the gate." Unraced as a two-year-old, the homebred son of Guccio-Katkin has now won five of 11 lifetime outings while pushing his lifetime bankroll to $171,450. Trained by Verlin Yoder, Katkin American currently holds the track record at Hoosier Park for three-year-old trotting geldings with a 1:52.1 clocking in stakes action earlier this season. Katkin American is owned and was bred by Brett Boyd Racing Inc. With the win, Katkin American secured his spot in the $220,000 Indiana Sires Stakes Super Final for three-year-old trotting colts and geldings slated for October 12 at Hoosier Park. Live racing at Hoosier Park Racing & Casino will continue on Friday, October 5 with a 14-race card featuring Indiana Sires Stakes action. With a daily post time of 6:30 pm, live racing will follow a Tuesday through Saturday schedule and be conducted through November 10. For more information on the upcoming entertainment or live racing schedule, please visit www.hoosierpark.com. by Emily Gaskin, for Hoosier Park

ANDERSON, IN - It The sport's top harness racing trotters were showcased in the inaugural edition of the $200,000 Caesars Trotting Classic at Hoosier Park Racing & Casino during an action-packed 14-race card on Friday, September 21 and as expected, it was a true demonstration of sheer trotting talent. With regular pilot Scott Zeron in the bike, Trotting Triple Crown Champion Marion Marauder staged an incredible rally late in the lane and utilized the long Hoosier Park stretch to his advantage to get up in the final strides of the mile in 1:52.4. Handed the tough, outside post position nine, Marion Marauder was unhurried from the gate and settled along the rail in eighth. Using his customary early gate speed, Sam Widger had I Know My Chip pointed to the front to grab command just before the first quarter in :26.2. Opting out of a pocket trip, Yannick Gingras pointed Hannelore Hanover to the front and she quickly grabbed the lead just before the half to dictate fractions of :56.1 and 1:25.2. Bridge To Jesse's and John DeLong were unable to find a seat along the rail and began their long first-over journey approaching the final turn. Homicide Hunter and David Miller quickly grabbed the cover and were well placed second-over while Marion Marauder followed suit and were poised to strike from third-over. Hannelore Hanover was able to put away Bridge To Jesse's and appeared to be up to the task but her biggest threats were still behind her. Homicide Hunter tipped from behind his tiring cover but it was Marion Marauder who was widest of all with a full head of steam. Utilizing a :26.2 final panel, Marion Marauder dug in gamely in the final strides to hold off a hard charging JL Cruze and Trace Tetrick. Homicide Hunter also rallied well late to round out the trifecta. Sent off as the heavy betting favorite, Marion Marauder returned $5.60 at the betting windows. "We never tell Scott how to drive, he knows this horse so well and always takes care of him," trainer Paula Wellwood noted in the winner's circle. "We don't worry about the trip much because he can take a lot of air; he's just a great horse." The five-year-old son of Muscle Hill-Spellbound Hanover won for the sixth time this season and for the 20th time in his career. With the win, Marion Marauder sent his lifetime purse earnings over the $3 million mark for owners Marion Wellwood and Devin Keeling. Live racing will continue at Hoosier Park Racing & Casino on Saturday, September 23 with an 11-race card. With a daily post time of 6:30 pm, live racing at Hoosier Park Racing & Casino will follow a Tuesday through Saturday schedule and be conducted through November 10. For more information on the upcoming entertainment and live racing schedule, please visit www.hoosierpark.com. by Emily Gaskin, for Hoosier Park

ANDERSON, IN -September 18, 2018- Grand Circuit harness racing action will return to Hoosier Park Racing & Casino for the third time this season on Friday, September 21 and with it, bring some of the top rated horses in all of North America. With purses topping the $1.4 million mark, Hoosier Park will host a standout card that includes the $200,000 Caesars Trotting Classic, the $207,000 Kentuckiana Stallion Management Stakes, the $155,000 Jenna's Beach Boy Pace, the $177,000 Hoosier Park Pacing Derby, and the $120,000 Elevation Pace. First post is 6:30 p.m. Millionairess and World Champion, Hannelore Hanover will make the return to her home state for the first time this season to headline a field of ten in Hoosier Park's premier trotting event, the $200,000 Caesars Trotting Classic. The six-year-old Indiana-sired daughter of Swan for All will look to become the first horse in history to score consecutive victories in the Caesars Trotting Classic as she was victorious in the 2016 edition in 1:52.4. Hannelore Hanover has won six of 10 starts this season with lifetime purse earnings approaching the $3 million mark. Trained by Ron Burke, Hannelore Hanover is scheduled to tackle the boys once again; starting from post four with Yannick Gingras slated to drive. The $177,000 Hoosier Park Pacing Derby will feature another stellar match-up between the aged pacing stars of 2018. The 2018 Dan Patch Stakes winner Lazarus N will return to Indiana to square off against eight other rivals including divisional leader, McWicked. After making his U.S. debut at Hoosier Park and defeating McWicked in the $325,000 Dan Patch Invitational at Hoosier Park on Aug. 10, Lazarus N was second to McWicked in the $462,000 Canadian Pacing Derby at Woodbine Mohawk Park on Sept. 1. Lazarus N will start from post six for trainer Jimmy Takter while McWicked has drawn post three for trainer Casie Coleman. "From top to bottom a 14-race card that can only be described as terrific," Hoosier Park's Vice President and General Manager, Rick Moore noted. "Mix in the fact that we will be witnessing the rubber match between Lazarus and McWicked and the return of the Indiana trotting heroine Hannelore Hanover and you have an evening of harness racing that all of us at Hoosier Park could not be more proud to present." Racing fans will have the opportunity to participate in two special wagers offered on the evening's 14-race card. A $20,000 Guaranteed Superfecta will be available in the $177,000 Hoosier Park Pacing Derby, slated as the eleventh race on the program, and a $20,000 Guaranteed Superfecta in the $200,000 Caesars Trotting Classic, the twelfth race on the program, both as part of the Strategic Wagering Program. Each wager has a minimum bet of 10 cents and is available through the cooperative efforts of the United States Trotting Association, Hoosier Park Racing & Casino and the Indiana Standardbred Association. Along with the live racing action, the first 1,000 guests to visit Trackside Club Centaur beginning at 11 am will receive a free Caesars Trotting Classic hat. Additionally, guests can check in at any promotional kiosk to receive an entry to the $5,000 Grand Circuit Grand Prize Challenge on November 10. In conjunction with the racing action, Hoosier Park Racing & Casino will host "Community Night at the Races" in honor of all of the Anderson & Madison County students. The evening celebration will include free games, activities, contests, face painting, live entertainment, carnival fare and giveaways. Guests of Hoosier Park Racing & Casino are also invited to donate $5 to the Harness Horse Youth Foundation to receive $5 in casino cash on Friday. The goal is to raise funds to provide the HHYF to further their mission to provide young people and their families with information and experiences with harness horses in order to foster the next generation of fans and participants. The popular harness racing podcast 'Post Time with Mike and Mike' will join in the racing festivities as they host a live remote at Hoosier Park on Friday. Those tuning into the Mike and Mike program will hear live interviews, racing coverage, Hoosier Park racing trivia, and more. Friday's stakes filled card is part of Hoosier Park's 2018 Championship Meet, which features a $5 million stakes schedule. The twelve-week championship stretch, which kicked off on Friday, August 10 with the $325,000 Dan Patch Stakes, will offer an unparalleled series of high caliber stakes races. To view all of the entries for Friday's 14-race card, please click here. by Emily Gaskin, for Hoosier Park

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