The Indiana Sired Fair Circuit (ISFC) is back in action Tuesday, July 16 with eight races on the schedule at the Clinton County Fairgrounds in Frankfort. Racing begins with three-year-old trotters with a first post of 6 p.m.
Summit City Swan from the Byron Hooley Stable returns to the ISFC to headline the third race on the card, which is the second division of three-year-old trotting fillies. The Swan for All filly has five wins in 12 starts this season, earning a best time of 1:55.0 taken at Harrah’s Hoosier Park. Summit City Swan won a division of Indiana Sires Stakes action in June and is looking to make it two in a row at Frankfort with a win at Portland in her last start. Derek Hooley is back in the sulky behind Summit City Swan from post three in the five-horse lineup.
In the pacing ranks, Curtis Sumpter’s Makeitagaingo will look to add another win to her credentials this season. The two-year-old filly pacer has drawn post one in the sixth race. Driven by Matt Rheinheimer, the Riggins filly has three wins and two seconds in five starts this year. Her best time of 2:00.3 was taken at Frankfort earlier this month.