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TwinSpires Ellis Park Juvenile: Rowdy Yates rolls to victoryL and N Racing captured the TwinSpires Ellis Park Juvenile for the third time in four years as Rowdy Yates went wire to wire to beat the promising Letmeno on Aug. 18. We speak with jockey Tyler Baze and Mitch Dennison, assistant to trainer Steve Asmussen.
TwinSpires Ellis Park Debutante goes to Green DestinyAfter a storm blew through to delay the 2-year-old stakes, Green Destiny and jockey Tyler Baze blew to four-length victory in the $100,000 TwinSpires Ellis Park Debutante on Aug. 18, capping a sweep for Baze and trainer Steve Asmussen of the track's juvenile stakes. We speak with Baze and Mitch Dennison, who oversees Asmussen's Ellis Park operation.
Toby Keith visits Ellis Park - and gets his Red Solo Cup! Aug. 17, 2019Country music icon Toby Keith came to Ellis Park to watch his horse Shell Fire run in the second race before performing in Evansville's Ford Center. Keith afterward said the horse finished third but he'd be first that evening. His only complaint about Ellis Park is that his drink did not come in a Red Solo Cup (the name of one of his songs). Ellis GM Jeff Hall rectified that - and brought a beer for his horses.