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A duo of $30,000 Indiana Gold Sire Stakes for three-year-old pacing fillies were the featured harness racing attraction at Hoosier Park Racing & Casino on Friday (May 18). Taking the rail route to victory, Sheza Cool Cookie was able to overcome a tough post and traffic trouble to win the fastest division of the stakes action in 1:53.3.

While she may have played the bridesmaid in the first two starts of her three-year-old debut, Springhouse Waltz found the harness racing winner's circle winner when it mattered most as she shined in the $20,000 Bill Thompson Series Final at Hoosier Park Racing & Casino on Tuesday (May 1).

Royal Todd and trainer Rod Lorenzo continued their winning ways in the second leg of The Tubby Trimble series, a late closing event open to Indiana sired three-year-olds and up that are non-winners of $30,000 life, as the three-year-old colt picked up his second win of the harness racing season in 1:56.2.

After successfully sweeping the Miss Windfall Series at Hoosier Park Racing & Casino, Royal Passion extended her dominating win streak with a harness racing triumph in the second $12,500 leg of the Bill Thompson series on Tuesday (April 24).

Three harness racing divisions of the Tubby Trimble Series, a late closing event open to Indiana sired three-year-olds and up that are non-winners of $30,000 life, were contested at Hoosier Park Racing & Casino on Thursday (April 19).

Royal Passion continued her undefeated harness racing streak as she captured a division of Tuesday's (April 17) Bill Thompson series, a late closing event open to Indiana sired three year-old and older fillies and mares that are non-winners of $30,000 lifetime, at Hoosier Park Racing & Casino.

Royal Passion swept both legs and the $15,000 final of the Miss Windfall Series, a late closing event open to three and four-year-old Indiana sired harness racing fillies and mares that are non-winners of $7,500 lifetime, off a tough front end effort at Hoosier Park Racing & Casino on Tuesday (April 10).

The second leg of the Miss Windfall Series, a late closing harness racing event open to three and four-year-old Indiana sired fillies and mares that are non-winners of $7,500 lifetime, was contested with four divisions at Hoosier Park Racing & Casino on Tuesday, April (3).

Five divisions of harness racing 2-year-old pacing fillies battled on Monday, Aug. 29 at Indiana Downs for all-important Indiana Sires Stakes points -- and a position behind the gate in the $200,000 Indiana Sire Stakes Final on Saturday, Sept. 10.

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