Indiana Grand&rsquo;s racing program quietly has been bumped up a notch this season, and the elevated quality will be on full display Tuesday. Twelve races, 121 entrants, six maiden special weight or allowance races among the 10 races for Thoroughbreds, and a stakes&#45;level allowance feature &ndash; not bad stuff for a Tuesday card in the Indiana heartland. The feature on a program that begins at 2:05 p.m. Eastern is race 9 (post time 5:49), a one&#45;mile grass race with a core allowance condition of &ldquo;non&#45;winners of three other than&rdquo; that is also open to $50,000 claimers. Races at this level are difficult to fill these days, but 10 were entered here, though Abraham and Rise Up race only if rain moves the feature to dirt. There&rsquo;s a 20 percent chance of precipitation Tuesday and a 40 percent possibility Monday night, and a surface switch could put Rise Up in the driver&rsquo;s seat.He doesn&rsquo;t do dirt, but Watchyourownbobber is the even&#45;money favorite on the track&rsquo;s morning line. The 4&#45;year&#45;old Watchyourownbobber, trained by Mike Maker for Ken and Sarah Ramsey, last was seen racing March 5 in Barbados, where he finished second in the Barbados Gold Cup. The Barbados Gold Cup carried a purse this year of about $107,000, but it&rsquo;s worth noting that the horse who won the race, Dorsett, had been claimed from his previous start for just $35,000.A front&#45;running sort who will have Cisco Torres in the irons, Watchyourownbobber shows three solid U.S. stakes performances prior to his Barbadian venture, but he also has raced for a $50,000 claiming price a couple of times, and all in all, he figures to be overbet.Trace Creek could offer a little more value. One of the best Arkansas&#45;breds of recent years, Trace Creek drops in class Tuesday from an upset win in the Grade 3 Hanshin Cup at Arlington, and while that race was a one&#45;turn Polytrack mile, Trace Creek goes well enough on turf to win. He finished sixth two starts back in a third&#45;level Churchill turf allowance, but Trace Creek had an outside draw and a wide trip in a race from which the third&#45;place horse, Bullard&rsquo;s Alley, returned to win the Grade 3 Louisville Handicap and the winner, Kasaqui, finished third Saturday in the Grade 2 Wise Dan.Fixador&rsquo;s company lines are worth noting since the first horse that pops up is the remarkable Flintshire. Fixador finished a distant fifth behind him in his most recent start, the Sword Dancer last August at Saratoga, but even if Fixador fires the first time back from his long break, this one&#45;mile distance seems well short of ideal.