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Caesars, Horseshoe Indianapolis postponed to July

By meerna Jun12,2024

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Updated: June 11, 2024 at 15:34

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The $150,000 Caesars S. and $150,000 Horseshoe Indianapolis S. tournaments have been rescheduled for Saturday, July 13 at Horseshoe Indianapolis.

“Unfortunately, we had to postpone Caesar’s Day until mid-May due to heavy weather, which saw over four inches of rain the previous evening, forcing us to cancel our racing program,” said Eric Halstrom, vice president and general manager of Racing. “But we didn’t want to completely skip both the Caesars and the Indianapolis Horseshoe. These races have become a permanent part of our schedule each season. It simply took our racing office staff, led by Chris Polzin (Director of Racing), some time to find the best solution among the other turf events offered in the Midwest. We think we have found a great venue for both races on Saturday, July 13.”

Caesars is a one-mile turf competition for 3-year-olds, and Horseshoe Indianapolis is the same distance for 3-year-old mares. The Caesars Races, which began during the inaugural racing season in 2003, are entering their 19th year, while the Horseshoe Indianapolis Races, which began in 2009, will be held for the 16th time.

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