• Quidura (7-2) scores another graded stakes win at Keeneland for Graham Motion.Posted 2 hours ago
  • Frosted is pointing to the Breeders' Cup Classic, per his connections.Posted 2 days ago
  • Erupt (IRE) at 12-1 closes to win the $1,000,000 Pattison Canadian International (G1)Posted 5 days ago
  • Al's Gal (6-1) wins the head bob and the E. P. Taylor (G1) at WoodbinePosted 5 days ago
  • Blanket finish in the Nearctic (G2) at Woodbine goes to Calgary Cat (15-1)Posted 5 days ago
  • Arella Rockstar (12-1) upsets the Matron (G3) at Belmont Park.Posted 5 days ago
  • Time and Motion (3-1) wins a three-filly photo in the QE II Challenge Cup.Posted 6 days ago
  • Undefeated Theory (3-10) kicks away to a Futurity scorePosted 6 days ago
  • Almanzor turns away Found in the Group 1 British Champions Stakes.Posted 6 days ago
  • Minding better than the boys in the Queen Elizabeth II at Ascot.Posted 6 days ago
Breeders Cup 2015
HRN Original Blog:
Hoosier State of Mind
Posted Wednesday, September 07, 2016
On a beautiful late summer day in the Hoosier State, the stars of the sport invaded Shelbyville, Indiana to compete on the grass in a pair of $200,000 stakes races for three-year-olds at Indiana Grand.
Posted Wednesday, July 13, 2016
A star-studded full field of 12 will look to strut their stuff in the 22nd running of the $500,000 added (G2) Indiana Derby.
Posted Tuesday, July 12, 2016
When a racing fan hears the word "Derby" typically one thing comes to mind, the Kentucky Derby. The Kentucky Derby is the most prestigious and historical event in racing, quite simply it's legendary. Though the Indiana Derby has only been around since 1995, it has produced some exciting finishes and some legendary horses.
Posted Wednesday, March 30, 2016
Turfway Park is home to the $500,000 Spiral Stakes on Saturday, with 50 big Kentucky Derby points going to the winner, virtually ensuring the victor a spot in the Kentucky Derby.
Posted Saturday, October 31, 2015
The Breeders’ Cup is offering a $3,000,000 guarantee to its all stakes late pick 4. The late pick 4 that starts in race 8 includes the Breeders’ Cup Mile, the Breeders’ Cup Turf, the Breeders’ Cup Juvenile, and the gem of them all the Breeders’ Cup Classic. There’s an old saying that goes “money talks and b.s. walks,” it is put up or shut up time and I’m ready to cash-in on this massive guaranteed pool.
Posted Wednesday, October 28, 2015
The Sprint is a race historically filled with early speed and this year’s field is no different with some seven horses showing early speed.
Posted Monday, October 26, 2015
Finding the Key” Finding the Key is a phrase I use quite often use in terms of my betting strategy for the Breeders’ Cup. Consider the “Key” your source to riches, your “Golden Ticket” to the Chocolate Factory you might say. The Key can also open the door to disappointment if it’s the wrong key. But either way my Breeders’ Cup success will be determined on how many “Keys” open the door to the Winner’s Circle.
Posted Thursday, October 01, 2015
Runhappy and his trainer Maria Borell have launched onto the national spotlight after a Grade I King's Bishop win, but it was a rainy Tuesday in Indiana where the journey to stardom began.
Posted Saturday, August 15, 2015
The 26th running of the $700,000 Beverly D. would add another chapter of controversy to Arlington Million day history.
Posted Monday, August 10, 2015
Son of a Nut is quickly making noise in the Hoosier State. The 3 year old son of Unbridled Express is undefeated in 4 starts at Indiana Grand Race Course. The Greenhill homebred has passed every test trainer Jeff Greenhill has thrown at him in his 4 starts. His biggest test will be Wednesday in the $150,000 Governor's Stake at Indiana Grand.
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Meet Scott Dick 















My journey into the sport of kings has been different than most. I do not boast a royal pedigree, and in fact, before my interest in horse racing, my family thought the Kentucky Derby was the only race of the year! I'm the son of a minor league baseball player and a homemaker, which doesn't exactly scream grade I winner.

My passion for the sport started about 8 years ago.I was watching as Funny Cide was making his triple crown run. The “Gutsy Gelding” had my eyes glued to the television with each of his triple crown races. After watching Funny Cide on TV. I decided to make a trip down to our local track, Indiana Downs.This would be an experience that would change my life.

I looked over the program, while having no idea what I was doing,I decided to put my 5 dollars on a horse named Apollonea. As the gates broke and the announcer began his race call, I heard the words Apollonea to the lead. My excitement grew as I watched my horse lead all the way around the track, eventually drawing to win by an easy five lengths. Apollonea paid 58.00 to win, I was hooked from that point on.

For the past 8 years my life has been horse racing.  I've tried to educate myself on every aspect of the sport and learn about it's past. The incredible run of the Super Filly Rachel Alexandra would also change my life. It was my intense passion and love for Rachel that would bring me to meet some of the greatest  people in the world. I owe a lot to Rachel and this sport for introducing me to such wonderful people.

I want this blog to show that Indiana Racing stacks up with any track, anywhere! It will also show what great value can be found in Indiana for the bettors, and not to mention, the incredible purses for the owners and trainers.

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