Indiana Grand

Indiana Grand To Offer Record Carryover Of $46k In Friday’s Pick 5

Indiana Grand will offer the biggest carryover for any type of wager on track when racing resumes Friday, Oct. 12. The Pick 5 carryover is $46,946.59, marking a new record for carryovers at the Shelbyville, Ind. racetrack.  The Pick 5, played on the first five races at Indiana Grand, caught the attention of several horseplayers […]

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Juvenile Ace Of Aces Approaches Stakes Record In Crown Ambassador

Ace of Aces has been nearly perfect this season and continued that streak, winning his third straight race and second straight stakes in the 20th running of the $100,000-added Crown Ambassador Stakes at Indiana Grand. With Alex Canchari aboard, the two-year-old romped to victory in the six-furlong event in a time of 1:10.41 seconds, which […]

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‘It Sounded Like I Had Just Won The Preakness’: Racing Club Celebrates At Indiana Grand

She did it. Bold Concept, the people’s horse at Indiana Grand, rallied home with a late burst of speed to break her maiden and provide the 44 owners of Grand Gesture Stable, Indiana Grand’s racing club, with their first trip to the winner’s circle. After five previous tries and finishing second in four of those […]

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New Owners Celebrate First Trip To Indiana Grand Winner’s Circle

To most, the fourth race of the day at Indiana Grand was a regular claiming event, but for three individuals, the race was one that they will never forget. Joni Patterson, Richard Hyde and Don Kehrt earned their first win as new Thoroughbred owners at Indiana Grand. The trio of owners had the opportunity to […]

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Beyond Blame, Geroux Team For Rich Indiana Grand Victory

Beyond Blame and Florent Geroux proved why they deserved to be the favorites of the field in the 10th running of the $200,000-guaranteed Indiana Grand Stakes at Indiana Grand on Wednesday. From their early speed out of the gate to their good positioning throughout the one-mile turf event, Beyond Blame was perfect to score the win. […]

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Marina’s Legacy Scores Repeat Victory In Indiana’s Florence Henderson Stakes

There was no stopping Marina’s Legacy in the 15th running of the $100,000-added Florence Henderson Stakes Tuesday, Sept. 4 at Indiana Grand. The four-year-old filly rallied out to the lead and never looked back, scoring the win in the Florence Henderson Stakes for the second straight year. Trained by Aaron West, Marina’s Legacy earned the […]

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Untamed Domain, Curlin’s Honor Top Ceasars Stakes At Indiana Grand

A field of eight will go postward in the 13th running of the $200,000 Caesars Stakes during Indiana’s richest day of turf racing Wednesday, Sept. 5. The race, formerly known as the Centaur Stakes, will feature several horses with Graded Stakes experience, including Untamed Domain from the H. Graham Motion Stable. Owned by West Point Thoroughbreds, Untamed […]

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For Trainer Kim Hammond, Success At Indiana Grand Is All In The Family

Trainer Kim Hammond is racing’s all-time leading female trainer with more than 2,200 career wins. She has operated a strong stable in the Midwest for more than two decades and part of that success is identifying horses that will be profitable for her owners. Saturday Tryst is one of those horses with more than $132,000 […]

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Kennedy Excited As ‘First Big Horse’ Jazzy Times Preps For Kentucky Downs

Jazzy Times is the kind of break-through horse that Ty Kennedy has worked for throughout his young riding career. The gelding, claimed for $25,000 four races earlier` by owner-trainer Wes Hawley, gave Kennedy his biggest victory to date in capturing Ellis Park’s $100,000 Kentucky Downs Preview Turf Sprint. Now the 24-year-old jockey is hoping that […]

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Altito Takes Don K. Memorial Starter Handicap In 1:49.63, New Indiana Grand Track Record

Patience proved to be a virtue for Altito and Ty Kennedy in the fifth round of the $30,000 Don K. Memorial Starter Handicap Wednesday, July 25 at Indiana Grand. The series, named in honor of former Indiana HBPA executive director Don Kubovchik, extends through a majority of the 120-day racing season at different distances on […]

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