Indiana Grand Picks & Analysis for May 19

Indiana Grand hosts an 11-race card on Wednesday
Indiana Grand hosts an 11-race card on Wednesday

Another week of racing at Indiana Grand rolls along with 11 races set for Wednesday's program. Our in-house handicapper is on the case with picks for the whole card, as well as analysis of his strongest opinions throughout the day.

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Horse Racing Picks

Most Likely Winner:  Hungarian Princess (Race 7) - Aside from a couple hiccups, one in a route race to close out her juvenile campaign, Hungarian Princess has been rock solid and undoubtedly been one of the best Indiana-bred fillies of her crop. That’s especially evident when you take a look at this field, the majority of whom are a dozen lengths off Hungarian Princess at her best. After a useful return in an open allowance race over this track, I suspect she’ll be ready to deliver another top effort.

Best Value:  Rolin With Olin (Race 9) - Boa Nova is the horse to beat in this turf sprint, but Rolin With Olin is breathing down his neck at a far more attractive price. Now 8-years-old there’s no guarantee Rolin With Olin comes back in the same form he was in in 2020, but if he does he’s going to be very live at double-digit odds. He’s a super honest turf sprinter that has a real affinity for this turf course, and if Boa Nova slips at all he’s a very likely winner.

Other Races of Interest:  Race 3 - Time will tell since she’s still young, but it’s starting to look like Cupp of Class (#8) just doesn’t care for a wet track. She finished well behind your likely favorite Pablo Minx (#7) over a muddy surface at Indiana Grand in her last start, however prior to that she actually finished ahead of Pablo Minx on a dry surface. If she gets back to that effort, and I think there’s a high probability of that if the track doesn’t come up wet, she should be able to turn the tables on that one.

Race 5 - He’s coming off a long layoff, but Sharp Prospect (#1) was actually in the running to be the day’s ‘Most Likely Winner.’ The reason for that is simple: this is a horrid field for the level. There are a couple runners who would be formidable if the race got washed onto the main track, but there is no one with the turf form to match Sharp Prospect, who I’m expecting to come back firing for Joe Sharp. Ordinarily I’d be wary of a horse of Sharp Prospect’s ability coming back for a tag after being away from the races for over a year, but his trainer’s aggressive nature leads me to believe he’s going to be just fine.


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