The Indiana Grand Racing and Casino property in Shelbyville is home to an off-track betting parlor called the Winner’s Circle. The Winner’s Circle Pub, Grille, and OTB Parlor provides daily wagering on horse racing tracks from around the country and a Caesars sportsbook.
Caesars also operates two other Winner’s Circle Pub locations in Indiana. The Winner’s Circle is available in two places:
- Clarksville – The Clarksville location is on 650 Eastern Boulevard, a few miles north of Louisville.
- New Haven – The New Haven parlor is on 1304 Minnich Road. It is in an eastern suburb of Fort Wayne.
Both Winner’s Circle locations feature a full bar and pub and a concession stand. There are also smoking and non-smoking spots at each location. But the best part of these venues is that they offer wagering on all your favorite horse racing and sporting events.
The racebooks open at 11:30 a.m. on weekdays and 11 a.m. on weekends. The closing time varies based on when the last races of the day occur, but it can be as late as midnight on weekends.
Horse Race Betting At the Winner’s Circle
You can place wagers on all your favorite horse racing tracks at either Winner’s Circle location. The horse betting centers feature several flat-screen televisions displaying races from all tracks. There are also personal seats available with monitors where you can switch between track channels.
What Tracks Are Available?
The racebook offers wagering on all the top tracks around the country. These include tracks like:
- Indiana Grand
- Gulfstream Park
- Charles Town
- Gulfstream Park
- Delaware Park
- Los Alamitos
- Hoosier Park
- Del Mar
Most of the tracks offer thoroughbred racing, but you can also find harness and quarter-horse races at some tracks.
What Bets Are Available?
You can also place various bets while at the Winner’s Circle. These include bets like the following:
- Win, place, and show
- Daily double, Pick 3, and Pick 4
- Exacta and quinella
The minimum values for each wager will vary by track. Some tracks allow for ten-cent superfecta or ten-cent Pick 4 entries.
You can place your bets through one of three platforms. You can place your bet at one of the teller stations, or you can use an automated kiosk. You can also use the FastBet system on your mobile device if you have an account.
Caesars offers the FastBet wagering system at both Winner’s Circle locations. FastBet is a system where you can place bets on live and simulcast races on your smartphone or tablet. FastBet is available for access only at Winner’s Circle locations, Indiana Grand, and Hoosier Park.
FastBet gives you details on the latest races that are coming and the odds for each horse. You can place your bets on each race from one spot. The system provides full details on all the latest odds available for play.
It’s easy to set up a FastBet wagering account and to start wagering:
- Sign up for a free FastBet account.
- Connect to your account through the FastBet mobile website.
- Fund your account with a credit or debit card or an online money transfer service.
- Check around the FastBet system to see what races are available for wagering.
- Place your bets on the horses you feel will win. You can select between different betting options and values.
- You can eventually withdraw your winnings from your FastBet account. You can use an online money transfer to move your winnings to an account where you can take out your funds.
FastBet provides a simple approach to wagering and gives you access to all the best tracks. You will have more freedom to place wagers of value to you, plus you can place your bets closer to post time.
Sportsbook Wagering At the Winner’s Circle
You can also place bets on sporting events at both Winner’s Circle locations. The Clarksville and New Haven locations feature dozens of flat-screen television sets, showcasing all the top sporting events. Lounge seating is available, as is traditional bar seating.
The sportsbooks feature kiosks where you can place bets on all your favorite sports. You can also utilize one of the tellers at the sportsbook when placing or cashing in a wager. The teller stations feature digital display screens highlighting all the top games.