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Hoosier Park stall apps now available

January 23, 2019
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Stall applications are now available for the upcoming 2019 live harness racing season at Harrah’s Hoosier Park Racing & Casino. The downloadable form, which includes all pertinent information, can be found on Harrah’s Hoosier Park’s website or by clicking here.
 
Stall applications must be received by Harrah’s Hoosier Park’s race office by no later than Feb. 8. Applications for stall space are required for both stalls in the barn area, as well as horsemen wishing to ship in to race at Hoosier Park. Horsemen receiving stalls will be notified of their allotment by mid-February.
 
Building upon the successes of the 2018 live race meet, Harrah’s Hoosier Park’s 26th season of live harness racing will kick off on March 29. Live racing at Harrah’s Hoosier Park will follow a Friday, Saturday schedule the opening week, a Thursday, Friday, Saturday schedule the second week and then resume a Tuesday through Saturday schedule throughout the remainder of the meet. With a daily post time of 6:30 p.m. each night, the live racing season will be conducted through Nov. 9.
 
Once again, Harrah’s Hoosier Park will solely host Indiana’s harness racing and offer an action-packed stakes season. Hoosier Park’s signature event, the $300,000 Dan Patch Stakes, is slated for Friday, Aug. 9. In conjunction with the stakes schedule, Hoosier Park will offer a variety of overnight series beginning in April to kick-start the season. All of the spring overnight series will be on Harrah’s Hoosier Park's condition sheets and can be found on Harrah’s Hoosier Park's website as soon as they are made available.
 
For additional information, or to have a stall application sent to you, please contact Scott Peine, Hoosier Park’s director of racing and racing secretary, at (765) 609-4870 or speine@caesars.com.
For more information on the upcoming harness racing season or live entertainment, please visit www.hoosierpark.com. (Hoosier Park)
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