ANDERSON — On Saturday night, it was the boys turn. Well, sort of.The male horses vying for a spot in the Breeders Crown finals next weekend got their chance to show they belong at Hoosier Park for the nation’s biggest harness racing event.But the only female horse on the card, Hannellore Hanover, went wire-to-wire against the boys to win the Open Trot elimination. The Indiana-bred horse was driven by Yannick Gingras. The winning time was 1:52.4 and paid $2.40, $2.10, $2.10.
ANDERSON — A track record was set and so was the field for the Breeders Crown finals for fillies and mares on a brisk Friday evening at Hoosier Park.There were eight elimination races held to establish which horses are in and which are out when the finals are held next Friday.In some of the races, all it took was to not finish last in an elimination to move on to the finals on Oct. 27 and 28. But there was incentive to win each race.
ANDERSON — Welcome back, friends, to the show that seems to have no end.The Lapel Bulldogs claimed their fifth straight boys tennis sectional title at Highland Middle School Friday in a 4-1 victory over Alexandria. Lapel will play Delta on Tuesday in the Marion Regional.“It still doesn’t feel possible,” said Lapel coach Justin Coomer of the five successive wins. “They played very well tonight — all of them.” Just a couple of weeks back, Coomer shifted Ross Hagen to No.
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