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  • Girvin, the Kentucky Derby points leader, has a quarter crack, via Byron King.Posted 22 hours ago
  • Party Boat (7-2) takes the Memories of Silver on the Aqueduct turf.Posted 4 days ago
  • Dolphus (6-5), Rachel Alexandra's half-brother, wins AQU allowance; Shagaf lastPosted 4 days ago
  • Multiplier (4-1) kicks it in late to get past Hedge Fund in the Illinois Derby.Posted 5 days ago
  • Collected (3-5) rolls home much the best in the Californian.Posted 5 days ago
  • Imperative (5-1) surges past Matt King Coal for his second win in the Charles Town Classic.Posted 5 days ago
  • Itsinthepost (5-2) proves best in Keeneland's Elkhorn.Posted 5 days ago
  • Inordinate (5-2) surges to victory in the San Juan Capistrano.Posted 5 days ago
  • Twisted Tom (5-1) is a game winner of a sloppy Federico Tesio Stakes.Posted 5 days ago
  • Classic Rock (6-5) rolls in the Roar, the Preakness could be next.Posted 6 days ago
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Might have taken the edge off today. Looks good. Really good. 59.60 1/35 https://youtu.be/VRX3vhcIk6k
Songbird worked 4f, April 28th, in 48.40 (h) finishing 4/22.
Finest City worked 4f, April 28th, in 48.20 (h) finishing 2/22.
Ring Weekend worked 5f, April 28th, in 1:02.00 (b) finishing 3/4.
Now that Girvin is apparently out of the Derby, who gets in? And who will get in if Pletcher withdraws Battalion Runner and Malagacy?
Tapwrit worked 5f, April 28th, in 1:00.20 (b) finishing 3/35.
Streamline worked 5f, April 28th, in 1:01.20 (b) finishing 13/35.
Practical Joke worked 5f, April 28th, in 1:01.60 (b) finishing 19/35.
Patch worked 5f, April 28th, in 1:00.20 (b) finishing 3/35.
Paid Up Subscriber worked 5f, April 28th, in 1:00.00 (b) finishing 2/35.
She looked quite good today, winning by 2 lengths! It's only her second start and was her first start on turf. I'm very much looking forward to seeing more of Almanzor's sister this year. :D
Gunnevera worked 5f, April 28th, in 1:03.60 (b) finishing 35/35.
Awesome Slew worked 5f, April 28th, in 1:03.00 (b) finishing 33/35.
World Approval worked 4f, April 28th, in 47.60 (b) finishing 7/82.
Tom's Ready worked 4f, April 28th, in 49.00 (b) finishing 37/82.
Tequilita worked 4f, April 28th, in 48.00 (b) finishing 14/82.
State of Honor worked 4f, April 28th, in 48.80 (b) finishing 32/82.
Salty worked 4f, April 28th, in 48.40 (b) finishing 22/82.
Paulassilverlining worked 4f, April 28th, in 49.00 (b) finishing 37/82.
Honorable Duty worked 4f, April 28th, in 48.00 (b) finishing 14/82.

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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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