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Indiana Drug Testing Backlog Complete at Indiana Grand
as received from The Indiana Horse Racing Commission 10/30/2014
Racing season underway at Indiana Grand Racing & Casino
The 12th season of Thoroughbred and Quarter Horse racing is underway at Indiana Grand Racing & Casino. The 120-day meet kicked off Tuesday, May 6 and has been going strong ever since, drawing large weekend crowds that are enjoying many new changes and upgrades to the facility.  One of the most notable additions at Indiana Grand is the new state of the art 10mm LED Video Display board which is the centerpiece of the new tote board. The “Jumbotron” provides a perfect seat in the house for all racing fans and brings all the racing action to life. Along with the “Jumbotron,” all new flat screen televisions have been upgraded throughout the interior of the grandstand facility.
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Photos at top, left to right:
Shelby Co. Stakes - Aint She a Saint - Jockey - Malcolm Franklin; Snack Stakes - Huntstown - Jockey: Malcolm Franklin; Ellen’s Lucky Star Stakes - Cactus Joe - Jockey - Oriana Rossi
Other Stakes Winners:
Sagamore Stakes - Union Express - Jockey: James Graham; Swifty Stakes - Shes Dangerous - Jockey: Alejandro Contreras; William Henry Harrison - Success is Racing - Jockey: Ben Creed; Annie Steele Memorial - Little Face - Jockey: Jeremy Rose; Centaur Stakes - General Jack; Jockey: Robby Albarado - J. Kenneth Self Shelby Co. Boys & Girls Club Stakes - Quiet Force - Jockey: Robby Albarado.
Congratulations to these Stakes Winners!!
First Lady Stakes
Mary n’Eileen
Jockey: Paco Lopez
Governor’s Stakes
Mister Pollard
Jockey: Ricardo Santana, Jr.
Indiana Grand Racing & Casino stakes schedule features more than $4 million in 2014
Indiana Grand Racing & Casino is stepping into a new light in the horse racing industry. Beginning Tuesday, May 6, the facility located in Shelbyville, Ind. will race under a new name, logo and color scheme featuring shades of gold for the 120 day Thoroughbred and Quarter Horse meet. In those 120 days, more than $4 million will be offered over 35 stakes with more than $1.5 million available for Quarter Horse stakes.  Read more on the News page
Congratulations to all those involved in the
November 1, 2014 Indiana Grand Stakes

Frances Slocum Stakes - $150,000 1 1/16 mile
Winner: Mary n' Eileen
Owners: ABL Stable, Bossone, D., Cahill, J., Donnely, P. 
and Phantom House Farm
Trainer: P. McBurney

Too Much Coffee Stakes - $150,000 1 1/16 mile
Winner: Mister Pollard
Owners: Lauer, Penny S., Farrar, Scott, Farrar, Jim and Falcon Racing Stable
Trainer:  M. Lauer

Indiana Futurity - $85,000 added 1 mile, 70 yards
Winner: Academy Bay 
Owner: Elisabeth Alexander
Trainer: S. Asmussen

Miss Indiana Stakes $85,000 added 1mile, 70 yards
Winner: Spooled
Owner: Amy and James R. Elliott
Trainer: B. McBride
Pictures by Linscott Photography unless noted
Florence Henderson Stakes
Wild Swava
Jockey: Francisco Torres
AJ Foyt Stakes
Proud Azteca
Jockey: Francisco Torres