Fifteen races will kick off the 2021 season of the Indiana Sired Fair Circuit (ISFC) Thursday, June 3 at Converse, Ind. The two-day session gets underway with a first post of 11 a.m.
The first 11 races are dedicated to two-year-old pacers with five divisions of freshman fillies kicking off the card. A total of six two-year-old colt and gelding pacing races will be held before three-year-old trotters hit the track.
Several new stallions are detected in the two-year-old ranks, including Luck Be Withyou, Jammin Joshua and Beckhams Z Tam. All of the two-year-olds entered will be making their first career starts.
In the three-year-old ranks, several of the sophomores have been racing at Harrah’s Hoosier Park in preparation for the ISFC summer series. Swan Fine Lady is featured in the first trotting filly event in Race 12 and will line up behind the gate with driver Joey Putnam from post eight. The Swan for All filly already has 13 starts this season with one win in 1:59.4.
The Doug Rideout Stable also has several of his three-year-olds primed and ready for the ISFC. Queen of All, also a daughter of Swan for All, had success on the ISFC last season at two and starts the three-year-old campaign with four starts already on the pari-mutuel circuit with two seconds. She also won her qualifier in 1:59.1 for Rideout, who will guide her from post seven in the 13th race of the day.
In the three-year-old trotting colt and gelding divisions, Fearless Tom will highlight the first of two races. The Whom Shall I Fear gelding has eight starts with three seconds and a win in 1:56.1 at Harrah’s Hoosier Park. He is conditioned by Donna Loney and will be driven by Rocky Loney from post five in Race 14.
The final race of the day Alvin Miller will have hometown advantage as Tuf Stuff, a son of Whom Shall I Fear, makes his ISFC debut. He has been racing at Harrah’s Hoosier Park and has finished second twice in seven starts to prep for the ISFC.