Harrah’s Hoosier Park is coming off one of the biggest weekends of the year with the presentation of the 26th edition of the Dan Patch Stakes. The team works hard to ensure that both the frontside and the backside is well-maintained and is welcoming to fans across the state and across the country.
Many horsemen ship in to Harrah’s Hoosier Park each year for the major stakes races. In addition to the track making a good first impression, stables on the backside have stepped up their game. Almost every barn is well kept, donning flowers, chairs, signs, shed row webbing and more to enhance the look of the racetrack.
One of the most impressive looking barns is one of the first that comes into sight for visitors as Judy and Henry Lunsford have the entire end of their barn decorated in their red, white and blue stable colors. Numerous flowers showcase the area complete with stable signs and matching webbing. It’s always impressive to see a stable take such pride in their work space, and encourages others to do the same with their areas.
Congratulations to all the barns for stepping up their game to make Indiana horse racing shine in the best possible light. It is the little things that enhance the fact that Indiana continues to strive for excellence and is seeing its product climb to the top in Standardbred racing.