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ANDERSON, Ind.-October 22, 2016 - The second and final round of Hoosier Park Racing & Casino's 2016 All-Star Driver Series highlighted the 14-race harness racing card on Saturday, Oct. 22 and it was Trace Tetrick who raced away with top honors, winning his choice of a dream prize-$10,000 cash, an exotic vacation, or an "always wanted to have" toy. Tetrick, a 30-year-old, Illinois native earned three wins and two off the board finishes during the five-race competition for a total of 79 points to secure the win. As predicted, round two was a race to the finish and came down to the last race of the challenge to separate the drivers. After the last race, Tetrick garnered six points to win by six points over John DeLong. Sam Widger, who was victorious in round one of the challenge, finished third with a final total of 71 points. With points from round one carrying over to round two, Tetrick started with 26 points and kicked things off with a win in the opening race to earn 15 points driving G's High Shooter to victory for trainer Tyler George. Tetrick also teamed up with George for another winner in the third race of the challenge behind Westport to record another 15 points. After three races, Widger narrowly held the lead with 65 points while John DeLong was a close second with 63 points and Tetrick was closing in on the leaders with 58 points. At odds of 15-1, Tetrick masterfully drove Worldly Doll to victory for trainer Alvin Miller and with the win, moved in to the lead of the challenge. Tetrick secured his dream prize with a fifth place finish in the final race, earning six more points, behind White Fish Flash for trainer Grant Wilfong. White Fish Falls and Tetrick were on the front for much of the mile but couldn't hold off Always Kenzer and Ricky Macomber Jr. late in the lane. Tetrick's six points were just enough to clench the victory. "I felt really good about my horses coming in to tonight," Tetrick noted in the winner's circle. "The win with Worldly Doll was a bit of a surprise but she raced really strong tonight. I've driven her before so I knew a little bit about her before we went to the gate. These races were very competitive fields but all my horses raced really well and the trips worked out for me." Tetrick, who opted for the $10,000 cash prize option, secured his first driver challenge win at Hoosier Park and also had a total of six winners on the evening's 14-race card. Tetrick is currently atop the leading driver standings at Hoosier Park for the 2016 season with 332 trips the winner's circle and over $3.4 million in purse earnings. Live racing will resume at Hoosier Park Racing & Casino on Tuesday, Oct. 25 with a 14-race card. With a daily post time of 5:45 p.m., live racing at Hoosier Park will follow Tuesday through Saturday schedule and be conducted through November 12. For more information on the upcoming entertainment and live racing schedule, please visit www.hoosierpark.com. Emily Gaskin

ANDERSON, Ind.-October 21, 2016 - The top ten harness racing drivers at Hoosier Park Racing & Casino will take center stage on Saturday, Oct. 22 as they compete in a five-race challenge in the second and final round of the 2016 All-Star Driver Series. The All-Star Driver Series will once again pit the top-ten drivers at Hoosier Park Racing & Casino against one another in a five-race challenge competing for the dream prize of their choice, a $10,000 cash prize, an exotic vacation, or their favorite "always wanted to have" toy. Eight of the ten coveted spots in the second round of the series were based upon points earned in the first round of the challenge that was held at Hoosier Park on Saturday, July 23. With a total of 49 points, Sam Widger took home top honors and walked away with the lion's share of the $5,000 prize after the opening round. With their points from the first challenge carrying over to round two, Widger will lead the top eight finishers from round one into round two followed closely by John DeLong and Dan Shetler who finished second and third, respectively. With eight of the ten spots determined after round one, Ross Leonard and LeWayne Miller will complete the final two positions as determined by the official Hoosier Park standings at the conclusion of the live racing card that was held on Saturday, October 15. In each of the challenges, the drivers selected the horses they will drive via a draft system for all five of the races in the challenge at a community luncheon held at Hoosier Park earlier this week. In the first race of the challenge, the top driver, Trace Tetrick, received first pick of the horse he wanted to drive and he selected G's High Shooter from post seven for trainer Tyler George. Next the No. 2 driver, John DeLong, selected and then continued through all 10 drivers. For the second race of the challenge, the selection order was inverted and the No. 10 driver, Dan Shetler, picked first and selected Big Better Best from post two for trainer Bernie Wolin. This drafting system continued through all five races of the challenge. On Saturday, points will be awarded in each of the five races ranging from 15 points for the winners down to 1 point for the 10th-place finisher. Should a driver's horse be scratched from one of the contest races, a driver will automatically receive five points. The challenge races will be five consecutive races, races six through ten, and compliment the 14-race card slated for Saturday, October 22. After the dust settles and the points have been tallied from each of the five races, not only will one driver be crowned the champion of the 2016 All-Star Driver series but also have their choice of a dream prize. With a daily post time of 5:45 p.m., live racing at Hoosier Park Racing & Casino will follow a Tuesday through Saturday schedule and be conducted through November 12. For more information on the upcoming entertainment and live racing schedule, please visit www.hoosierpark.com. Emily Gaskin

ANDERSON, Ind.-October 17, 2016 - Hoosier Park Racing & Casino is pleased to announce a reduction in pari-mutuel takeout on its pentafecta wager, the Hoosier High-5, beginning on Tuesday, Oct. 18 and continuing for the remainder of the 2016 harness racing season. With a reduced takeout of 12%, Hoosier Park will now offer the lowest takeout on the pentafecta wager of all harness tracks in North America. The Hoosier High-5 was approved and added to the wagering menu at the beginning of the 2016 harness racing season and has been well received by the betting public. The Hoosier High-5 is responsible for the season's biggest payout to date in 2016 with an $18,431.42 winning ticket paid out in early July. "We have been very encouraged by the growth in wagering on the Hoosier High-5 as the season has progressed," said Rick Moore, Hoosier Park's vice president and general manager of racing. "We believe the lower takeout will provide the impetus needed to enhance the public's awareness of this most popular wager." Hoosier Park remains committed to giving fans and customers the very best racing experience to be found anywhere. The takeout reduction is being viewed as an "experiment" for the remainder of the season and Hoosier Park officials are confident that bettors will embrace the lower takeout with increased levels of wagering. Live racing at Hoosier Park Racing & Casino will follow a Tuesday through Saturday schedule. With a daily post time of 5:45 p.m., live racing will be conducted through November 12. For more information on the upcoming entertainment and live racing schedule, please visit www.hoosierpark.com. Emily Gaskin

ANDERSON, Ind.-October 15, 2016 - The top harness racing two and three-year-old trotters and pacers in the state of Indiana descended upon Hoosier Park Racing & Casino on Saturday, Oct. 15 to battle it out in the $220,000 Indiana Sires Stakes Super Finals in front of a packed house on a beautiful, October evening. As expected, the Super finals delivered some spectacular harness racing battles and hard-earned divisional championships. With purses topping the $2 million dollar mark, the 14-race card featured the top ten competitors from each division and provided a fitting conclusion to the 2016 stakes season. Two-Year-Old Trotting Fillies The action-packed evening opened with the first $220,000 Indiana Sires Stakes Super Final for three-year-old trotting fillies and it was Fawn De Savage who turned in a dominant performance to score in 1:54.4. Trainer, driver Dan Shetler sent Fawn De Savage away from the gate firing from post five and she grabbed command through the opening panel in :28.1. Fawn De Savage dictated middle fractions of :56.3 and 1:25.3 while Naughty III and John DeLong were content to sit in the pocket. Tyler Smith gave Ooh La La La the green light approaching the final turn and the filly ranged up to match strides with the leader. Just as the field turned for home it appeared that the stage was set for an epic stretch battle to the wire, however Ooh La La La made a costly break and took herself out of contention. Fawn De Savage took full advantage and coasted on to the wire to win by open lengths over Nothing But Nice and Sam Widger. You Me and Rosie and Darrell Wright rallied gamely in the stretch but had to settle for third place honors. Fawn De Savage returned $6.00 to her backers at the betting windows. "She had plenty of ability at two," Shetler noted in the winner's circle. "But like most fillies, just needed to grow up and mature. I always knew she would be a nice filly we just had to take our time with her." "I wanted to leave with her tonight without using her too hard," he continued. "I knew if I could get her out of there and they left her alone, she would be strong. I had a lot of horse at the top of the stretch but that other filly (Ooh La La La) is a nice filly too, when she made a break I knew we were home free." With the win, Fawn De Savage recorded her eighth win of the season from 19 starts and 11th lifetime victory. Owned by Fawn De Mon Farms, the daughter of Keystone Savage-Ms Mastercraft has now amassed $320,396 in lifetime purse earnings. Two-Year-Old Pacing Fillies The two-year-old pacing fillies were up next and it was Goose's Weedie and Sam Widger who pulled the first of many upsets on the evening in the $220,000 Indiana Sires Stakes Final. Sent of at odds of 8-1, Goose's Weedie used the long Hoosier Park stretch to her advantage to get up in the final strides of the mile and stop the timer in 1:54.4. John DeLong had Amazing Arya firing from the gate and she was the first to get a call through the opening panel in :27.2 before yielding the lead to Rockin Serena and Ronnie Wrenn Jr. Rockin Serena led the field through middle fractions of :56.1 and 1:25.1 but was soon joined on the outside by the heavy post-time favorite, Hah ChaChaCha and Trace Tetrick. While the damage was being done on the front, the rest of the field was winding up to take aim at the leaders. Brandon Bates had Rock Me Gorgeous well placed second-over but the biggest threat was still behind him. Widger tipped Goose's Weedie past tiring cover and she responded to the find the wire a length in front of Rock Me Gorgeous. Sand Madeline and Brett Miller used a late surge to round out the trifecta. With the upset, Goose's Weedie returned $18.20 to her backers at the betting window. "This is a very special moment for me," trainer Mike Hollenback said after the win. "Being from Anderson and growing up around harness racing, this is as good as it gets for me." "It really was an ideal trip for her," he continued. "She's a small filly and doesn't seem to like the front-end too much so it worked out for us. She's always been a nice filly and she showed it tonight." Goose's Weedie notched just the second win of her career from 13 lifetime outings and established a new lifetime mark in the process. The homebred daughter of Dontgetinmyway-Nonstop To The Top has now earned $141,650 in lifetime purse earnings for owner Charles Kline. Two-Year-Old Trotting Colts The upset trend continued in the very next race of the program, the $220,000 Indiana Sires Stakes Super Final for two-year-old trotting colts and geldings, as Ultimate Encore and Ronnie Wrenn Jr. found the winner's circle at odds of 9-1. The Jeff Edwards trainee was a decisive winner, winning by four lengths, in a new lifetime best of 1:58. After a costly break by the heavy favorite Jesse V behind the gate, the race was a wide open affair. Trace Tetrick sent Bumblebzbuzz to the front to dictate first half fractions of :28 and :57.2. Herbies Wild Child was content to sit in the pocket while Swan Chase and Rick Plano were next in line third. Plano gave his mount the green light and he was matching strides with the leader at three-quarter clocking in 1:28.1. Swan Chase was able to put away Bumblebzbuzz but he would have his work cut out for him as Ultimate Encore was looming large in the background. Wrenn Jr. was well placed second and when he asked his mount for more, Ultimate Encore responded with a :29.2 final quarter to trot past his rivals well in hand at the wire. Swan Chase held on for second while Dream of Elegance and Dale Hiteman rallied nicely for third. With the upset, Ultimate Encore returned $20.00 at the betting windows. "I've never driven the horse before and didn't get a chance to talk to Jeff (Edwards) before the race," Wrenn Jr. said after the victory. "I looked at the program and knew I wanted to get a trip with him especially since the front end hasn't been holding up tonight. I was able to fall in line and come second-over and the colt responded. He really raced strong tonight, he's a very nice colt." Owned by D L Dennis, Dolne Farm Services, and J. Johannsen, Ultimate Encore has now won two of his 14 lifetime outings. With the victory, the gelded son of Encore Encore-Southwind Ultima has now amassed $145,400 in lifetime earnings. Three-Year-Old Pacing Fillies Just when it seemed an upset trend was forming, Seventimesavirgin proved her divisional dominance yet again with a 1:50.3 victory as the 2-5 favorite in the $220,000 Indiana Sires Stakes Final for three-year-old pacing fillies. With the win, Seventimesavirgin notched her ninth straight Hoosier Park victory but more impressively, made a clean sweep of the stakes action to remain undefeated in Indiana Sires Stakes this season. Leaving from post three, Seventimesavirgin powered away from the gate to reach the first quarter in :27.3 while the rest of the field sorted out early position. Todd Warren gave Can't Touch This the green light and she grabbed the lead just before the half :55.3. Can't Touch This went uncontested through three-quarter clocking in 1:23.2 while DeLong waited patiently in the pocket. Using a :26.4 final panel, Seventimesavirgin took the passing lane and paced away from the rest of the field to win by three lengths. Rockin Rum Springa and Ricky Macomber Jr. made up substantial ground late in the lane to finish second while Can't Touch This held on for third. As the heavy betting favorite, Seventimesavirgin returned $2.80 to her backers. "We needed a trip this week," DeLong, who also handles the training duties of the filly, noted. "She's raced hard all year, she shows up every week and I couldn't have asked for the trip to work out any better for us tonight." "This is a special one for us," he continued while surrounded by family and friends in the winner's circle. "My mom is a cancer survivor and to have her here with us to enjoy this moment means the world to me. This is definitely a family affair." The homebred daughter of Always A Virgin-Mrs Grant Seven notched her 12th win from 13 seasonal outings. Owned by Jesse J DeLong, Seventimesavirgin has now bankrolled $426,140 in lifetime purse earnings for her connections while winning 17 of 25 lifetime starts. Two-Year-Old Trotting Fillies Satin Dancer and Ronnie Wrenn Jr. followed suit to deliver as the 6-5 post time favorite in the $220,000 Indiana Sires Stakes Super Final for two-year-old trotting fillies. Scoring in gate to wire fashion, Satin Dancer scored in 1:59.1 and extended her win streak to four in the process. Wrenn Jr. wasted no time as he sent Satin Dancer away from the gate from post two and she quickly grabbed the lead through the opening panel in :27.4. She went unchallenged through middle fractions of :57.3 and 1:27.4 before ever feeling a threat from the rest of the field. Intothelight and Rick Plano were the first to take aim at the leader approaching the final turn but Satin Dancer was strong on the lead. Jessi Lind and Rick Farrington were closing in quickly on the outside but Satin Dancer dug in gamely to win by a neck. Jessi Lind finished second while Hoosier Wiggles and John DeLong finished third. As the heavy betting favorite, Satin Dancer returned $4.60 for the win. "Anytime you have a two-year-old, you have to be nervous," trainer Byron Hooley said in the winner's circle. "She's been a nice filly all year, a fun filly to have in the barn. Ronnie (Wrenn Jr.) just started driving her a few starts ago; he's done a really great job with her. He gets along really well with her and said she's like a Cadillac to drive." Owned by Summit Pacing Acres LLC, Satin Dancer recorded her eighth win from 15 lifetime outings. The daughter of Big Stick Lindy-Shaken Not Stirred now sports a lifetime bankroll of $227,933. Three-Year-Old Trotting Colts Born To Thrive and driver, trainer Rick Plano pulled off the biggest surprise of the evening, prevailing at odds of 15-1 in the $220,000 Indiana Sires Stakes Final for three-year-old trotting colts and geldings. Stopping the timer in 1:54.4, Born To Thrive staged a big rally late in the lane to get up in the final strides of the mile and establish a new lifetime mark in the process. John DeLong had the 1-5 post time favorite, Bridge To Jesse's on the front and he led the field through fractions of :27.1, :56.1 and 1:25.3. Fly Jesse Fly and Trace Tetrick were on the attack first-over and at the top of the stretch was matching strides with Bridge To Jesse's. Fly Jesse Fly was able to put a nose in front but the taxing mile was beginning to take its toll. Just as the top pair started to fade, Plano tipped Born To Thrive to the outside and he kicked into high gear to surge past his rivals. Fly Jesse Fly held on for second while Topville Avatar and Dale Hiteman closed well for third place honors. "It's hard to be confident with the caliber of horses we were racing against in here tonight but this is a nice colt," driver, trainer Rick Plano commented. "I just bought him a few weeks ago, I made a few changes and he's really responded well to everything I've done. He's a nice colt that I think is only getting started." With the win, Born To Thrive has now won five of 28 lifetime outings and third win of the season. Owned by J.A. Campagnuolo, V.A. Contento, and M. Plano, the gelded son of Swan For All-Soxy Kosmos has now earned $141,933 in lifetime purse earnings. Two-Year-Old Trotting Colts On The Virg and Brett Miller turned in a near gate to wire performance to take home top honors in the $220,000 Indiana Sires Stakes Final for two-year-old pacing colts and geldings. With a final time of 1:52.4, the Jim Dailey trainee dug in gamely to hold off his rivals late in the lane to score his sixth win of the season. Dave and Dennis and Tyler Smith left with the wings of the gate to grab the early lead through the opening panel in :28.1 before yielding the lead to On The Virg just before the half. On The Virg dictated the tempo of :57 and 1:25 before Trace Tetrick had the post time favorite Rock N Tony applying pressure to the outside first-over. As the field turned for home, Rock N Tony made a solid bid for the lead but On The Virg found another gear and drew away to win by two lengths. "Leaving the gate I could tell not a whole lot of people were leaving," Miller said after the race. "With the soft fractions I knew I had to make my move and when I saw the half mile time pop up, I had a lot of confidence in my colt." "The wind has died down a little and when we turned for home I was just hoping my colt could out sprint them," he continued. "He did. He's a very nice colt and paced strong all the way to the wire." Owned by R.M. Lombardo, H.A.Taylor, D.C. Kryway, and E.C. Goodell, On The Virg recorded his sixth win from eleven seasonal outings. With the win, the gelded son of Always A Virgin-Modern Bobbi now sports a lifetime bankroll of $195,250. Three-Year-Old Pacing Colts Brett Miller would find the winner's circle once more, this time with Uncmprmising Z Tam in the $220,000 Indiana Sires Stakes Final for three-year-old pacing colts and geldings. Using the same front-running tactics, Uncmprmising Z Tam held off all charges to score in a new lifetime best of 1:50.2. Leaving from post five, Miller wasted no time as he sent the Wilbur Eash trainee to the front. Uncmprmising Z Tam led the field through fractions of :27, :55.1, and 1:22.3 before ever feeling a threat. Bourbon Chase and Dan Shetler were the first to commit to the outer flow but by the time the field rounded the final turn, Umcmprmising Z Tam's lead was ever-increasing. Using a :27.4 final panel, Uncmprmising Z Tam held off a late charge from Ricky Macomber Jr. and Downthehighwy to win by three lengths. Matrix of Luck and Trace Tetrick rallied from way back to round out the trifecta. As the 9-5 favorite, Uncmprmising Z Tam returned $5.80 for the win. With the win, Uncmprmising Z Tam notched his fourth win from 17 seasonal outings and seventh win from 26 lifetime starts. Owned by the Z Tam Stables LLC, the gelded son of Shadyshark Hanover-Cosmic Grace has now amassed $231,288 for his connections. Live racing at Hoosier Park Racing & Casino will continue on Tuesday, October 18 with a 14-race card. With a daily post time of 5:45 p.m., live racing will follow a Tuesday through Saturday schedule and be conducted through November 12. For more information on the upcoming entertainment and live racing schedule, please visit www.hoosierpark.com. Emily Gaskin

ANDERSON, Ind.-Oct. 13, 2016 - The 2016 Indiana Sires Stakes program will culminate at Hoosier Park Racing & Casino on Saturday, Oct. 15 with the $220,000 Indiana Sires Stakes Super Finals. The star-studded 14-race harness racing card will showcase the best trotters and pacers in the state of Indiana and provide an exciting conclusion to the 2016 Indiana stakes season. With purses in excess of $2 million, the Indiana Sires Stakes Super night will be the richest night offered in the Indiana Sires Stakes program this season featuring eight $220,000 finals. The two and three-year-olds competing in the Super finals have accumulated points throughout the season, based on performance in the previous $75,000 finals, and the top point earners have earned the right to seek glory in the $220,000 finals. Complimenting the program will be four divisions for the aged competitors, each carrying a purse of $50,000. The $220,000 Indiana Sires Stakes Super Finals will start in the third race on the program with a field of ten three-year-old trotting fillies. Fawn De Savage and driver, trainer Dan Shetler have been enlisted as the 5-2 morning line choice and will start from post five. The daughter of Keystone Savage-Ms Mastercraft has won seven of 18 starts while bankrolling $133,109 this season. The sophomore pacing filly sensation Seventimesavirgin will put her 8-race winning streak on the line facing nine other rivals in the $220,000 Indiana Sires Stakes Super Final for three-year-old pacing fillies. Trained and driven by John DeLong, the daughter of Always A Virgin-Mrs Grant Seven is undefeated in stakes action this season and will start from post three as the 4-5 morning line choice. Driver John DeLong will also look to keep a winning streak alive with Bridge To Jesse's who looks to notch his seventh consecutive victory in the $220,000 Indiana Sires Stakes Super Final for three-year-old trotting colts and geldings. Slated as the eleventh race on the 14-race card, Bridge To Jesse's will start from post eight as the even money morning line favorite for trainer Roger Welch. The $220,000 Indiana Sires Stakes Super Final for three-year-old pacing colts has been slated as the 13th race on the program and will provide an exciting conclusion to the evening's stakes action. Granite and driver Mike Peterson will look to score their second consecutive stakes victory against this group from post six for trainer Melanie Wrenn. The last time the sophomore pacing colts met behind the starting gate in stakes action, Granite pulled a 44-1 upset in the fifth and final $75,000 preliminary stakes final in September at Hoosier Park. "Hoosier Champions Super Finals Night has become a hallmark of the Hoosier Park racing season," Hoosier Park's vice president and general manager or racing, Rick Moore noted. "It is with pride that we showcase the creame de la creame of Indiana Sired horses to the rest of the country and beyond. Who knows, several of these Indiana phenoms may soon follow in the footsteps of Wiggle It Jiggleit, Always B Miki, Freaky Feet Pete and Hannelore Hanover." In addition to all of the exciting races on the track, there will be a multitude of activities for racing fans to enjoy off the track as well. Hoosier Park and the Indiana Standardbred Association (ISA) have once again partnered to offer numerous giveaways and live entertainment throughout the evening. The annual Harvest Fest will celebrate the Fall season with annual favorites including an Antique Tractor Show, free hot buttered sweet corn, candy apples, a zip line, and free family activities. Free pumpkins and pumpkin painting will also be available while supplies last. Plus, racing fans can feast on Fall favorites including roasted butternut squash soup in the Homestretch Steakhouse, fresh harvest dishes in the Prime Harvest buffet and the season's best craft beers in the Dan Patch Brew House. The first race will line-up behind the gate at 5:45 p.m. The live racing schedule at Hoosier Park Racing & Casino will follow a Tuesday through Saturday schedule and be conducted through Nov. 12.   Emily Gaskin      

ANDERSON, Ind.-October 5, 2016 - Freshman 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 Wednesday, October 5. With Ricky Macomber Jr. in the bike, Jesse V staged a valiant stretch rally to prevail in a tight photo for win in 1:58.2 and notch his third consecutive harness racing victory in the $75,000 Indiana Sires Stakes finals. Leaving from post seven in a talented field of ten, Jesse V was away a worrisome seventh while a host of others left for early position. Herbies Wild Child was hustled off the gate by driver Rick Farrington to get the first call in :27.4 but Rick Plano also had Swan Chase out and firing. Swan Chase reached command at the half in :58 but things continued to be eventful on the front end as Darrell Wright had Striking Warrior on an assignment to the front approaching the final turn. Swan Chase continued to call the shots at third station in 1:28 but the rest of the field was steadily closing in. Don Harmon had My Uncle Cuz well placed second-over and he ranged up to engage the leader as the field straightened away for home. My Uncle Cuz was able to put a nose in front of a tiring Swan Chase but his biggest challenge was coming from behind him. Double A Goldrush and Ross Leonard found late racing room up the passing lane but Macomber Jr. tipped Jesse V to the outside and the gelding surged to the wire to prevail in a tight photo. My Uncle Cuz had to settle for second place honors while Double A Goldrush held on for third. As the post time favorite, Jesse V returned $5.20 for the victory. The son of Jailhouse Jesse-Louisa's Victory scored the third win of his young career from twelve starts, incidentally all three of his career victories have been in the $75,000 Indiana Sires Stakes Finals at Hoosier Park. Owned by F. Baldachino, E. Smith, M. P'Pool, and Northern Lane Farm, Jesse V has now amassed $155,000 for his connections. With the win, Jesse V solidified his spot in the $200,000 Indiana Sires Stakes Super Final for two-year-old trotting colts and geldings slated for October 15 at Hoosier Park. The Indiana Sires Stakes action will continue at Hoosier Park Racing & Casino on Thursday, October 6 with the $75,000 Indiana Sires Stakes final and $25,000 consolation for three-year-old trotting colts and geldings. Live racing at Hoosier Park will follow a Tuesday through Saturday schedule with a daily post time of 5:45 p.m. For more information on the upcoming entertainment and live racing schedule, please visit www.hoosierpark.com. Emily Gaskin

ANDERSON, Ind.-October 4, 2016 - Nothing But Nice and harness racing driver Sam Widger used a determined stretch rally to get up in the final strides of the featured event of the evening, the $75,000 Indiana Sires Stakes final for three-year-old trotting fillies, at Hoosier Park Racing & Casino on Tuesday, October 4. The Robert Reeser trained filly was able to use the long Hoosier Park stretch to her advantage, to stop the timer in 1:56.4 over a fast track. After winning her elimination last week, Nothing But Nice made a clean sweep of the final round of the preliminary stakes action for three-year-old trotting fillies. Leaving from post two in the talented field of ten, Nothing But Nice was unhurried from the gate and settled along the rail in fourth while a host of others left for early position. Mayfair Kate and Earl Avenatti Jr. left aggressively and were the first to get a call through the opening panel in :27.3 while Rick Plano and Dont Ya also left alertly but opted for a pocket trip. Trace Tetrick was unable to find a spot along the rail with Let Her Go and was forced to press on to the front. Let Her Go reached the leader's wheel at the half in :57.2 but was unable to clear Mayfair Kate. Mayfair Kate continued to call the shots approaching the final turn but would soon be joined on the outside by Nothing But Nice and Sam Widger who tipped out around a tiring Let Her Go. Nothing But Nice was matching strides with the leader at the third station in 1:27.2 as the rest of the field was also closing in. Nothing But Nice was able to wear down Mayfair Kate but Fawn De Savage and Dan Shetler were closing well on the outside. Nothing But Nice continued to rally and used a :29.2 final quarter to hold off a late surge from Playful Swan and Don Eash up the rail. Fawn De Savage got steppy late in the lane but held on to round out the trifecta. Nothing But Nice returned $11.40 at the betting windows for the slight upset. "She always tries hard," Widger noted in the winner's circle. "She's a nice filly who gives it her all every week. She was very strong tonight." The homebred daughter of Abc Garland-Eicarls Theresa has now won four of 17 seasonal including the previous $75,000 Indiana Sires Stakes final at Hoosier Park in late August. Owned by Risto J. Vidgren, Nothing But Nice has now earned $216,385 while winning six of 26 lifetime outings. Indiana Sires Stakes action will continue at Hoosier Park Racing & Casino on Wednesday, October 5 with the $75,000 Indiana Sires Stakes final for two-year-old trotting colts and geldings. Wednesday's 14-race card will also be highlighted by a $20,000 Guaranteed trifecta in the opening leg of the pick-5, race 10 on the card. With a daily post time of 5:45 p.m., live racing at Hoosier Park will follow a Tuesday through Saturday schedule and be conducted through November 12. ' For more information on the upcoming entertainment and live racing schedule, please visit www.hoosierpark.com. Emily Gaskin

ANDERSON, Ind.-October 4, 2016 - In conjunction with the Standardbred Retirement Foundation (SRF), Hoosier Park Racing & Casino has donated funds to save a race horse from slaughter. With the donation, Hoosier Park is not only helping the horse currently in need but hoping to raise awareness for the SRF organization who works diligently to provide race horses with homes after their harness racing careers are finished. Just two weeks ago, the Indiana-sired trotter Canwecheatumnwhen was found to be in imminent danger of shipping to slaughter. Canwecheatumnwhen is a nine-year-old gelding who amassed over $100,000 in purse earnings and 25 wins throughout his racing career. With the help of SRF, industry professionals, and Hoosier Park Racing & Casino, the trotting gelding was swiftly removed from harm's way. "For the third time in less than two years, Hoosier Park has stepped up to the plate to rescue a horse from a fate surely not deserved," said Rick Moore, Hoosier Park's vice president and general manager of racing. "It is our fervent desire that horses like Canwecheatumnwhen, who have given so much on the racetrack, find homes where they can live out the remainder of their time in a blissful manner. We wish our friend Canwecheatumnwhen nothing but the best in retirement!" The cost to take in one horse and provide all the necessary steps of paying their fees, shipping, quarantine, rehabilitation, veterinary care, and blacksmith and dental care is approximately $1,500. Hoosier Park's donation will be put towards the care of Canwecheatumnwhen until a permanent home can be secured. Canwecheatumnwhen will now head to a quarantine facility where he will be placed under a veterinary's care. Once his soundness and current health is determined, his future options will be explored including under saddle work. About the Standardbred Retirement Foundation: Founded in 1989, Standardbred Retirement Foundation (SRF) is currently caring for more than 192 retired racehorses at boarding and training facilities around the country; all are available for adoption. SRF is unique as it never relinquishes ownership and requires the veterinary of every adopted horse to provide a follow-up report semi-annually to insure each horse remains happy and healthy, for life. The program relies on tax-deductible gifts, and fund raising events such as the donation of lifetime breedings to prominent stallions, single breeding donations, and other fund raising efforts. In complement to finding them loving homes as companion horses, their program also focuses on retraining that gives them second careers in police work and therapy programs. SRF retires them with the dignity they deserve and provides them with full care for the remainder of their lives. Emily Gaskin

ANDERSON, Ind.-Sept. 26, 2016 -  "On behalf of Hoosier Park Racing & Casino and Centaur Gaming, we are deeply saddened by the passing of Larry Rheinheimer. Along with the entire Standardbred harness racing industry, we've lost a great horsemen and friend. We honor Larry's many contributions to and accomplishments in Indiana horse racing over the course of his lengthy career," said Rick Moore, Hoosier Park Racing & Casino's vice president and general manager of racing. "Our hearts go out to Mary Jo Rheinheimer and the entire Rheinheimer family during this difficult time." Hoosier Park, along with Indiana horsemen, will hold a remembrance for Larry Rheinheimer in the upcoming week. Please visit www.hoosierpark.com for more information. Emily Gaskin Race Marketing Manager, Commentator & Publicist

ANDERSON – Standing in the bricked Winner’s Circle in front of the track at Hoosier Park Racing & Casino, Ellen Taylor calls forward Erskine Elementary School fourth-graders two by two to share harness racing history facts from laminated cards. The students then look for the places where the facts took place on a map of Indiana and affix their cards to a 5-foot paper timeline held up by two other students. “The point of history is to learn from the past,” the director of Westfield-based Harness Horse Youth Foundation told the group of 30 students in the Freaky Feet Pete group. Each of Anderson Community Schools’ 600 fourth-graders went on the special Indiana Horses for Youth field trip over two days last week at Hoosier Park. There the students learned about harness racing in Indiana, careers in agribusiness and toured the stables. In addition, Hoosier Park is supplying coloring books to ACS kindergartners and first-graders. The partnership is one of many ACS and individual schools have with local businesses. The event was set up in five stations, including Meet the Athlete, which of course, is the horse; Dressing the Racehorse; A Bike, Not a Buggy! about the sulky driver; Heaps of Hoosier History; and It’s all Related. Students also were served lunch and given gift bags containing a real horseshoe. Zamarion Bryant, a fourth-grader at Erskine Elementary, said his favorite part was the visit to the stables, where he and the other students were allowed to pet 4-year-old Justice. “I’m learning really a bunch,” he said. Volunteers from the Daughters of the American Revolution also were on hand to help out and distribute pocket editions of the U.S. Constitution in honor of Constitution Day on Sept. 17. The first-of-its-kind program at Hoosier Park is a Legacy Project of the Indiana Bicentennial Commission. Organizers said they hope to have conversations that will allow a similar program to be offered in the future. “This year, with it being Indiana’s bicentennial, all of our grade levels are doing related activities,” said Erskine Elementary Principal Scott Merkel. The reason fourth-graders were selected for the Hoosier Park trip, Merkel said, is because this is the year in which they learn Indiana history. “They’ve done a really good job of incorporating state standards, academics, into their presentations,” he said. “This is a good exposure experience for all of them.” Merkel said he was surprised at how many of his students have been horseback riding, shoed a horse or even owned a horse. “We take for granted our kids don’t know about our rural economy,” he said. Becky Young, vice president of marketing for Hoosier Park, said she came up with the idea for the field trip after Hoosier Park’s Mike Kase, who serves on the Indiana Bicentennial Commission, mentioned the possibility of a Legacy Project. Many people tend to believe the history of harness racing started in Kentucky, and most would be surprised to learn it touches each of the Indiana’s 92 counties, Young said. “Indiana has made a name for itself in racing long before Kentucky,” she said. “We wanted to show them how it began in Indiana.” Local DAR President Beverly Duncan said she believed it was important to share with the students how the Constitution supports free enterprise, such as Hoosier Park. In addition, 90 percent of Americans work in the hospitality industry at one point in their lives, and so will many of ACS’s fourth-graders, she added. “This world is built on free enterprise, and this is a great example of it,” she said. “Everything about this place is educational.” Economic impact According to the Equine Business Management Program at the Purdue Calumet School of Management, the economic impact of racing on Indiana’s economy in 2009, the latest year for which figures are available, was more than $319 million. Direct and indirect employment touches about 3,000 Hoosiers. Rebecca Bibbs Reprinted with permission of The Herald Bulletin

ANDERSON, Ind.-September 25, 2016 - The majority of the members of the Hoosier Park audience were in attendance to witness a show of superb speed and unrivalled power. They certainly received what they traveled to the Anderson harness racing oval to witness, as Always B Miki paced yet another tour-de-force in a facile triumph in the $170,000 Hoosier Park Pacing Derby. "I think he and Wiggle It Jiggleit are horses before their time," said David Miller, who steered the 5-year-old stallion through his mile. "They are just not like any other horses we have seen before. We will see other horses that come along like them as time goes on with their speed and how far they can carry it, but right now they stand alone." The overwhelming public selection at 1-9, Always B Miki and Miller left from the rail and went straight to the front. Freaky Feet Pete and Trace Tetrick were right on their heels from post position three as those two horses clicked off a first-quarter mile of :26.2. Miller and Always B Miki pulled comfortably away from Freaky Feet Pete to lead by a length at the half-mile pole in :55. At that juncture, Dealt A Winner with Aaron Merriman at the controls and Always At My Place in rein to Ricky Macomber Jr., made their bids for the front, with Dealt A Winner passing Freaky Feet Pete to take second and locking the 4-year-old stallion in the pocket. After three-quarters in 1:22.3, the six horse field entered in the stretch with Always B Miki and Miller still reigning supreme. As they were set down for the final push to the wire, Freaky Feet Pete's only option for victory was the passing lane, while it appeared Dealt A Winner and Always At My Place, had far too much real estate to cover to even draw even with the leader. Tetrick and Freaky Pete punched through the inside to give chase and despite a :25.4 final quarter panel on their part, it was simply not enough to relegate Always B Miki to their rearview mirror prior to the finish line. Miller and Always B Miki crossed the finish line in 1:48.2. Like Freaky Feet Pete, Always B Miki came home in :25.4, yet it appeared the stallion could have went much more swiftly if Miller had truly asked for what remained in reserve. After a valiant effort, Freaky Feet Pete was second with Always Bets Off rushing from sixth to claim the show position over the fading Dealt A Winner. Owned by Bluewood Stable, Roll The Dice Stable and Christina Takter, world and Indiana champion Always B Miki, is conditioned by Christina's husband Jimmy. The son of Always A Virgin-Artstopper, paid a paltry $2.10 for a trip around the Anderson oval that truly demonstrated his hooves step in rarefied air, with the exacta paying $4.20 and the trifecta $18.00. After the winner's circle festivities were complete, Miller solemnly stated what over recent months is beginning to become very obvious. "I have driven a lot of very good horses over the years," he said. "I've been doing this for a long time, but this horse has to rank up there with the best of them and he may be the best." **By: Kim French, for Hoosier Park**

ANDERSON, Ind.-September 24, 2016 - Hannelore Hanover, with driver Yannick Gingras in the bike, returned to her home state of Indiana to turn in a dominant performance in the featured harness racing event of the evening, the $220,000 Centaur Trotting Classic, at Hoosier Park Racing & Casino on Saturday, September 24. The Centaur Trotting Classic serves as Hoosier Park's richest trotting race and for the second consecutive year, the race was won by a mare. Just as Bee A Magician did the previous year, Hannelore Hanover easily handled a field of nine male counterparts to add another stakes victory to her resume. With a final time of 1:52.4, the World Champion mare made her game winning move down the backside and coasted on to the wire to finish two lengths in front of the competition. Leaving from post six in the talented field of ten, Hannelore Hanover was eased off the gate to settle in fourth while Homicide Hunter and David Miller got the first call through the opening panel in :26.4. Muscle Up The Goal and Aaron Merriman benefitted from a pocket trip while Crazy Wow and John DeLong were next in line third. Gingras gave Hannelore Hanover the green light just past the half in :55.0 and she ranged up to reach the leader's wheel to grab command just before the three-quarter clocking in 1:24.3. As the field turned for home, Hannelore Hanover began to put her talent on display as she found another gear and started to trot away from the field. Wind Of The North and Corey Callahan rallied gamely in the stretch but had to settle for second place honors while Crazy Wow and John DeLong rounded out the trifecta. As the 1-5 favorite, Hannelore Hanover returned $2.60 at the betting window. "She's just a great, great mare," Gingras noted in the winner's circle. "I wanted to race her off the pace but that was a nice horse on the front and I had to move when I did so he didn't get away from us. She was strong turning for home and just coasted to the wire. She was unbelievably good again tonight." Trained by Hoosier Park's leading trainer, Ron Burke, the four-year-old daughter of Swan For All-High Sobriety notched her 15th win from 17 seasonal outings. Hannelore Hanover has now amassed $1,201,685 for her connections of Burke Racing Stable, Weaver Bruscemi, Frank Baldachino, and J&T Silva Stables. "I always knew she was a nice mare," Burke noted before the race. "I told Yannick (Gingras) last year that she was third best trotting filly in the country and she's proving it now." "I am very fond of Mission Brief but Hannelore Hanover is right up there with her," he continued. "Hopefully Mission Brief can come back and we can see these two racing together. They are definitely the nicest trotting mares I've ever had and that's saying a lot because I also trained Buck I St. Pat. It's been a lot of fun with Hannelore Hanover this season." The victory with Hannelore Hanover was one of four winners on the evening's 14-race card for both Ron Burke and Yannick Gingras. Burke currently leads all trainers at Hoosier Park for the 2016 live harness racing season with 64 wins on the season through 125 days of racing. Live racing continues at Hoosier Park Racing & Casino on Tuesday, September 27 with a 14-race card. With a daily post time of 5:45 p.m., live racing will follow a Tuesday through Saturday schedule and be conducted through November 12. For more information on the upcoming entertainment and live racing schedule, please visit www.hoosierpark.com. Emily Gaskin

Anderson, IN --- Fine Tuned Lady, with Corey Callahan at the lines, pulled an upset to the tune of 8-1 in the featured harness racing event of the evening, the $250,000 Kentuckiana Stallion Management Stakes for 2-year-old trotting fillies at Hoosier Park Racing & Casino on Friday (Sept. 23). The heavily favored Jimmy Takter trainee Ariana G tasted defeat for the first time in her career after breaking stride behind the gate. Taking advantage of the costly break by the post time favorite, Fine Tuned Lady turned in a strong gate-to-wire performance to score her fourth win of the season in 1:56.2. With the post time favorite out of contention from the start, Callahan sent Fine Tuned Lady away from the gate firing from post seven. She was able to grab command and dictate soft, first-half fractions of :27.3 and :59.2. Temple Ruins and Ricky Macomber Jr. benefitted from a pocket trip while Tim Tetrick and Sianna Hanover were next in line third. Fine Tuned Lady remained uncontested to the three-quarter clocking in 1:28.4 before feeling a threat from Can’t I and John Campbell who were applying pressure first-over as the field turned for home, Fine Tuned Lady looked strong on the front and when Callahan asked her for more, she responded with a :27.3 final panel to win by 3-1/2 lengths. Can’t I trotted evenly to finish second while Temple Ruins rounded out the trifecta. Fine Tuned Lady returned $18.80 to her backers at the betting windows. “My plan was to leave all along and hopefully track Ariana G and make a run at her late,” Callahan noted after the victory. “I wanted to follow because I think my filly is actually better off a helmet but I was able to get a breather down the backside on the front tonight and she did the rest. She trotted strong all the way to the wire tonight.” Trained by John Butenschoen, the 2-year-old daughter of  Cantab Hall-Poster Princess recorded the fourth win of her young career from eight seasonal starts. Owned by William C. Wiswell and M&L of Delaware LLC, Fine Tuned Lady has now amassed $326,340 in career purse earnings for her connections. Ariana G was unable to recover from the break behind the gate and finished tenth. However, the Takter-Gingras duo rebounded in the $35,000 Kentuckiana Stallion Management consolation with Princess Aurora who scored in a new lifetime best of 1:54.4. “This filly raced great,” Takter noted in the winner’s circle. “Post nine was just a little tricky for Ariana G. She didn’t like it from the start and things like that happen, especially with 2-year-olds. It was unfortunate for her but she’s such a nice filly, she will be okay.” Grand Circuit racing action will continue at Hoosier Park Racing & Casino on Saturday (Sept. 24 ) with a standout card that includes the $220,000 Centaur Trotting Classic, the $246,000 Kentuckiana Stallion Management Stakes, the $170,000 Hoosier Park Pacing Derby, the $140,000 Elevation Pace and the $100,000 Jenna’s Beach Boy Invitational Pace. The first races will line-up behind the gate at 5:45 p.m. For more information on the upcoming entertainment and live racing schedule at Hoosier Park, please visit www.hoosierpark.com. by Emily Gaskin, for Hoosier Park 

ANDERSON, Ind.-September 22, 2016 - Grand Circuit racing action will return to Hoosier Park for the second time this season and with it, bring some of the top rated horses in North America to Hoosier Park as they convene on the seven-eighths mile oval in search of the lucrative purses offered on the harness racing card beginning at 5:45 p.m. With purses topping the $1 million mark, Hoosier Park will host a standout card that includes the $220,000 Centaur Trotting Classic, the $246,000 Kentuckiana Stallion Management Stakes, the $170,000 Hoosier Park Pacing Derby, the $140,000 Elevation Pace and the $100,000 Jenna's Beach Boy Invitational Pace. Millionairess and World Champion, Hannelore Hanover will make her return to her home state to headline the entrants in Hoosier Park's richest trotting event, the $220,000 Centaur Trotting Classic. The four-year-old Indiana-bred daughter of Swan for All was a supplemental entry to the race and has recently taken the harness racing world by storm after winning 14 of 16 starts this season with seasonal purse earnings approaching the $800,000 mark. Trained by Hoosier Park's leading trainer, Ron Burke, Hannelore Hanover is scheduled to tackle the boys once again; starting from post six with Yannick Gingras slated to drive. The $170,000 Hoosier Park Pacing Derby will feature another stellar match-up between aged pacing stars Always B Miki and Freaky Feet Pete. Always B Miki will start from the coveted rail position with David Miller in the bike for trainer Jimmy Takter. Freaky Feet Pete will look to score his second consecutive Hoosier Park victory from post three with Trace Tetrick handling the lines for trainer Larry Rheinheimer. "Being able to attract the true superstars of our sport, such as Always B Miki and Hannelore Hanover, among many others, to compete on the same stage on the same night, speaks volumes as to what we have been able to accomplish with our open stakes program at Hoosier Park," Hoosier Park's Vice President and General Manager, Rick Moore noted. "Having the spotlight shine on Hoosier Park this Saturday evening gives the entire Hoosier Park team a deep sense of pride." In a continued partnership with Hoosier Park, the local news station WISH TV Channel 8 out of Indianapolis will provide exclusive coverage for all the Grand Circuit racing action at Hoosier Park on Saturday. WISH-TV will be on property to provide racing fans with exclusive coverage of all the festivities happening on and off the race track. Racing fans can also catch exclusive interviews from drivers and trainers racing at Hoosier Park throughout the evening. WISH-TV's live coverage begins at 8:00 p.m. on Saturday, September 24 and includes the live showing of the Hoosier Park Pacing Derby and the Centaur Trotting Classic. Also making a special appearance during the night will be three local WISH-TV celebrities as they race for charity in the second annual charity exhibition race. The local personalities will climb aboard a double-seated jog cart accompanied by one of Hoosier Park's drivers and compete against each other for a prize purse of $1,000 donated to their selected charities which include the Harness Horse Youth Foundation, Standardbred Retirement Foundation and Teachers Treasures. The celebrity exhibition race will take place before the start of live racing at approximately 5:30 p.m. Along with the live racing action, guests can enter at Trackside Club Centaur from 6-9 p.m. for their chance to win $1,000. Additionally, the first 500 racing fans to visit Trackside Club Centaur on Saturday will receive a mystery voucher worth up to $500. With a daily post time of 5:45 p.m., live racing at Hoosier Park Racing & Casino will follow a Tuesday through Saturday schedule and be conducted through November 12.For more information on the upcoming entertainment or live racing schedule, please visit www.hoosierpark.com. Emily Gaskin

Personality can make all the difference! As we gear up for Grand Circuit Harness Racing this weekend at Hoosier Park, we chat with Emily Gaskin about some of the horses who might be competing and what their “kind eyes” might say about their overall demeanor! Here are a few of the highlights for this weekend: Grand Circuit racing action will make its way to Hoosier Park for the second time this season on Saturday, September 24 and with it, bring the top rated horses in North America to Hoosier Park as they convene on the seven-eighths mile oval in search of the lucrative purses offered on the card beginning at 5:15 p.m. Hoosier Park will host a standout card that includes the $210,000 Centaur Trotting Classic, the $250,000 Kentuckiana Stallion Management Stakes, the $150,00 Elevation Pace and the $100,000 Jenna’s Beach Boy Invitational Pace. Millionairess and World Champion, Hannelore Hanover will make her return to her home state to headline the entrants in the $210,000 Centaur Trotting Classic.  The four-year-old Indiana-bred daughter of Swan for All has recently taken the harness racing world by storm after winning 14 of 16 starts this season and her seasonal purse earnings approaching the $800,000 mark. Trained by Hoosier Park’s leading trainer, Ron Burke, Hannelore Hanover will look to score her 15th win of the season as they only mare in the field. WISH-TV celebrities will compete in the Celebrity race. Racing begins at 5pm and admission is always free. If you cannot come to the track, WISH-TV will have a live special from 8pm to 10pm hosted by Anthony Calhoun. Hoosier Park is just minutes north of Indy off I-69 in Anderson. Visit www.hoosierpark.com for more info.

ANDERSON, Ind.-September 20, 2016 - Hoosier Park Racing & Casino, in partnership with the Harness Horse Youth Foundation and Anderson School Corporation, will host a series of field trips for fourth grade students in Madison County on Wednesday, September 20 and Thursday, September 21 as part of Indiana's Bicentennial Celebration. The field trips will offer a hands-on introduction to harness racing and the history of harness racing in the state of Indiana. The event will give more than 600 young children the opportunity to see live harness racing and learn the importance of the Standardbred industry in Indiana's economy. The Harness Horse Youth Foundation and volunteers will provide interactive history lessons of harness racing in the Hoosier state along with demonstrations of the various aspects involved in harness racing. The students will have to opportunity to sit in a race bike and learn about the equipment a harness horse wears when racing through, all through live demonstrations. Students will also get a "behind the scenes" look at harness racing through backside tours provided by Hoosier Park trainers. Some of Hoosier Park's leading drivers will also be on hand to answer questions and sign autographs for the students. Hoosier Park will provide each student with a free t-shirt, a "lucky" horseshoe, and souvenir cards featuring facts and pictures of some of Indiana's most famous racehorses, which can be used in the classroom following the field trips. In conjunction with the field trips, Hoosier Park also partnered with the Anderson School Corporation to launch the "Play It Forward" campaign. Guests of Hoosier Park Racing & Casino are invited to donate $10 to the campaign to receive $10 in casino cash. The goal is to raise $60,000 to provide Google Chrome Labs for the community schools. On Friday, September 23, 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. Additionally, the first 500 racing fans to visit Trackside Club Centaur on Friday will receive a mystery voucher worth up to $500. Racing fans are invited to enjoy $1 hot dogs, cotton candy and other dining specials. A free fireworks show will culminate the entire evening at the conclusion of live racing. In combination with the community festivities, Hoosier Park will host a weekend of Grand Circuit racing action for the second time this season. On Friday, Hoosier Park will host the $200,000 Kentuckiana Stallion Management Stakes for two-year-old trotting fillies while the $210,000 Centaur Trotting Classic and $175,000 Hoosier Park Pacing Derby will highlight the racing action on Saturday. First post is 5:45 p.m. For more information on the upcoming entertainment and live racing schedule, please visit www.hoosierpark.com. Emily Gaskin

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