Hoosier Park now taking reservations for Breeders Crown VIP Party Tent

Hoosier Park now taking reservations for Breeders Crown VIP Party Tent

Hoosier Park Racing & Casino has officially opened reservations for the Breeders Crown VIP Party Tent for the 34th edition of the Breeders Crown, taking place on Friday (Oct. 27) and Saturday (Oct. 28) at that facility. The Breeders Crown, harness racing’s annual series of 12 championship events valued at $5.8 million, is returning to the Midwest for the first time in more than three decades and for the very first time on Indiana soil at Hoosier Park.

“It is an honor to host the most prestigious harness racing event in North America right here in Indiana,” said Rick Moore, Hoosier Park’s vice president & general manager of racing. “We invite our fans to join us for the 34th edition of the Breeders Crown, which may very well be the most exciting night of harness racing in Hoosier Park history.”

The Breeders Crown VIP party tent will feature an upscale experience in a large, climate-controlled party tent next to Hoosier Park’s race track. Tickets are $49.99 per person, per day, and include gourmet buffet selections, non-alcoholic beverages, live entertainment, free racing program, free entry into giveaways, handicapping services, and a Breeders Crown souvenir.

Guests wishing to make reservations in the Breeders Crown VIP Party Tent can do so by calling 800.526.7223. Eight tickets may be purchased per reservation and a 50 percent deposit will be required in Aug. Guests wishing to attend the event on both days must make reservations for each day.

Additional Breeders Crown reservation options will be available shortly. General admission into Hoosier Park is free, including the night of the Breeders Crown, but general seating is not guaranteed.

Hoosier Park’s seven-eighths mile track, opened in 1994 and now owned by Centaur Gaming, is the 31st racetrack to host the Breeders Crown. It is the final host track featured in a three-year agreement announced in 2014 by the Hambletonian Society. Hoosier Park will be the first track to host the event in the Midwest since 1995, when it was held at Northfield Park in Ohio.

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