The Hoosier Park Racino is a harness horse racing track located about 30 miles northeast of Indianapolis, Indiana, in the town of Anderson proper. It features massive entertainment installations that include a casino, a gift shop, restaurants and a harness racing meet between the months of April and October; It also offers simulcast wagering and three different off-track betting locales throughout the state.

We can trace back its origin to the 110 acres donation made by local business mogul Virgil E. Cook to the city of Anderson made on 1990, intended for the creation of a pari-mutuel racing site. In 1992 it was purchased by the Churchill Downs group, who invested 13 million in the acquisition; the building process proved to be a lengthy one, only reaching its culmination by 1994. Hoosier Park features a 7/8  mile dirt; has no turf course.

In 2007, the Centaur Group, an important American horse racing corporation, purchased the locale from Churchill Downs for an estimated 8 million dollars. It serves as the host to the annual Breeders' Crown 12 Championship Races event, lasting two days. Last year's edition took place between October the 27th and 28th, furnished with an impressive 6 million US$ total purse.

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Hoosier Park Racetrack Facts:

  • Racecourse type: American Harness Racing. (dirt)
  • Purse: varies.
  • Venue Capacity: N/A
  • Track length: 7/8 of a mile long harness track.
  • Important Events: Host to the annual Breeders Crown Harness Racing 2-day competition.