Always A Prince, the standout three-year-old pacing colt that is the current leading horse of the meet at Hoosier Park, returns to action Friday, Sept. 14. The Always A Virgin gelding has drawn post two in the evening’s second race with Trace Tetrick aboard.
Trained by Tyler George, Always A Prince was unraced at two. Since coming onto the scene this year, he won his first seven races. The Indiana sired gelding’s best time thus far was recorded in late July in 1:48.4. In addition to leading all horses at Hoosier Park for wins in 2018, Always A Prince is also the leading three-year-old pacer in North America for wins this season with 13 wins in 16 starts.
Always A Prince is owned by Melanie and Carl Atley of Xenia, Ohio. He has earned in excess of $187,000 and after a brief three-week break from racing, returns to racing in Friday’s $18,000 Indiana Sires Stakes Eligible event. Always A Prince was bred by Bruce Trogdon’s Emerald Highlands Farm of Mount Vernon, Ohio.