Indiana Grand Reaccredited by Safety, Integrity Alliance

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The National Thoroughbred Racing Association (NTRA) has announced that Indiana Grand in Shelbyville, Indiana, has earned reaccreditation from the NTRA Safety and Integrity Alliance.

The 14-year-old racetrack will host its biggest card of the season on July 16 with six stakes worth $1.1 million, including the $500,000 Indiana Derby and $200,000 Indiana Oaks.

This is the first reaccreditation for Indiana Grand, which earned its initial accreditation in 2014 shortly after joining the NTRA. All accreditations carry an effective period of two years.

The reaccreditation of Indiana Grand—owned and operated by Centaur Gaming—was the culmination of a lengthy process that began with the track’s completion of an extensive written application and continued as the track hosted several meetings with alliance officials. An on-site review included inspections of all facets of the racing operations. Interviews were conducted with track executives, racetrack personnel, jockeys, owners, trainers, veterinarians, stewards, and regulators

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