Day At The Track

Winter Mixed Sale at Delaware, Ohio

02:58 AM 11 Feb 2008 NZDT
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The Blooded Horse Sales Company

Blooded Horse Sale’s Winter Mixed Sale will take place on Monday and Tuesday (Feb. 11 & 12). The sale will be held at the Delaware County Fairgrounds in Delaware, Ohio.

Important Note from Blooded Horse Sales

Due to the confirmed outbreak of strangles at Northfield Park horses stabled on the grounds at Northfield will not be permitted on the Delaware Co Fairgrounds.

The Reported Outs as of February 8, 2008 1:00PM.

Beginning each morning at promptly 9:30 a.m., over 700 horses are in the catalogue.

For more information about the sale, visit: Sale results will be posted online throughout the sale each day.


hile you are at the sale, be sure to stop by the silent auction benefiting New Vocations Racehorse Adoption Program.

The auction includes breedings to many fine stallions, as well as tack, home décor, and many more items. The silent auctions will conclude at 2:00 p.m. on Tuesday, February 12.

Hoosier Park will be hosting a career opportunity forum in Hamilton County on Monday, February 11.

The session begins at 6:00 p.m. at the Hamilton County 4-H Center in Noblesville, Indiana. For further details, see the release from Hoosier Park available at the end of this message.

The Indiana Thoroughbred Owners and Breeders Association (ITOBA) will conduct their monthly meeting on Tuesday, February 12. The meeting begins at 7:00 p.m., at Indiana Downs. For additional information about ITOBA, visit:

An array of information about racing in Indiana is always available online at: The most current news is always posted in the Hot News section.

Hoosier Park to host career opportunity forum in Hamilton County

Hoosier Park will host a career opportunity forum at the Hamilton County 4-H Center in Noblesville, Ind. Monday, Feb. 11.

The session will begin at 6 p.m. and will provide community residents with information and guidance concerning potential employment options soon available at the all-new Hoosier Park Racing & Casino.

“This is a very exciting project,” said Jim Brown, general manager of gaming.

“We are in the midst of developing a true entertainment destination. These employment sessions will allow us an opportunity to provide important information about our expansion to candidates interested in joining our growing team.”

The career forum will overview the new Hoosier Park Racing & Casino operation, the types of positions that will become available, the company’s commitment to diversity and providing equal employment opportunities and the types of benefits that can be expected.

A brief description of jobs, along with the application process, will be discussed. Information about on-line application procedures will be included.

Hoosier Park staff members will be present to introduce themselves to the Hamilton County community. Immediately following the session, attendees can talk to managers and enjoy refreshments freshly prepared by Hoosier Park’s own culinary staff.

A career opportunity forum was held in Anderson Tuesday, Feb. 5. A forum is also planned in Muncie Tuesday, Feb. 19 at the Horizon Center. More details regarding the career opportunity forums can be obtained by calling the Hoosier Park human resources department at (765) 642-7223.

Hoosier Park, Indiana’s first pari-mutuel racetrack, offers Standardbred, Thoroughbred and Quarter Horse racing and wholecard simulcasting.

In April 2007, the park was granted approval to operate a racino and is now in the final stages of adding a gaming facility with 2,000 slots and electronic multi-player games. In addition to the new casino, major renovations are underway at the existing grandstand and racetrack.

The all-new Hoosier Park Racing & Casino is slated for opening in June 2008. Hoosier Park also provides simulcast-wagering facilities in Indianapolis, Fort Wayne and Merrillville, Ind. Information about Hoosier Park Racing & Casino along with all Indiana simulcast facilities can be found at

Hoosier Park is a wholly-owned property of Centaur, Inc., which also owns and operates Fortune Valley Hotel and Casino in Central City, Colo., and is seeking final approval to develop Valley View Downs in western Pennsylvania.

Source: Release from Hoosier Park

Courtesy Of Hoosier Hoofprints - "Providing up-to-date information to everyone in the Standardbred Industry"

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