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Grove City, OH - The Ohio Harness Horsemen's Association (OHHA) has announced the schedule of live streaming of the Ohio county fair harness racing circuit. The OHHA has already live streamed six events, beginning June 15 from the Paulding County fairgrounds, and will live stream an additional 62 events this summer. The schedule includes racing from forty-two different county fairs and three independent fairs. The schedule includes racing in all four of Ohio's county fair circuits, the Ohio Fair Racing Conference, the Ohio Colt Racing Association, the Home Talent Colt Stakes and the Southern Valley Colt Circuit. The next live stream is scheduled for June 29 and 30 from the Marion County Fairgrounds. The schedule includes nineteen live events in July, twenty-four in August, fourteen in September and four in October. The live events will be available on the OHHA Facebook page. Ohio Harness Horsemen's Association Outreach and Public Relations Coordinator Frank Fraas says, "With some fairs cancelling all events except harness racing and some other fairs not allowing spectators, this is a way for fans to see and enjoy the races. This will expose some people to our product that might not be familiar with it and help expand our fan base." A complete schedule of fairs and dates is available at OHHA.com. Frank Fraas

Grove City, Ohio -The Ohio Harness Horsemen's Association (OHHA) will again benefit from the proceeds of the sale of an entry into the Next Generation at Eldorado Scioto Downs, scheduled for July 4. Billy Hartt will place his harness racing entry into the 2-year-old filly race up for auction June 28 on Hoofbid.com. Hartt says proceeds from the action with be donated to the OHHA, with the proceeds benefiting the Ohio Harness Horsemen's Association. Hartt purchased an entry into filly race and was chosen in the random drawing for one of the nine available entries into the race. "I'm very disappointed we are not going to race in the Next Generation. I entered to race and had no intentions of selling the spot," said Hartt. "It was the chance to race for good money." "From the beginning I thought the idea of the Next Generation was awesome. It gives us dreamers the shot at a big race." The purse for the Next Generation is $150,000. Hartt says he wants to be supportive of the Ohio racing program. "I bought more Ohio breds because I like the program. It has opportunities to race in the Sire Stakes, the Buckeye Stallions Series and at the county fair level." "We are very grateful for the generosity of owners like Billy Hartt that believe in the Ohio racing program and want to give back," said OHHA President Steve Bateson. "Ohio is very fortunate to have owners like Mr. Hartt and Chad Foulk who is also donating proceeds from the auction to our charities." The entry will go on the auction block Sunday night at HoofBid.com, the on-line standardbred auction site. Interested bidders can go to HoofBid.com for instructions on how to download the app and create an account. HoofBid founder Jeff Davis says they will also assist the OHHA. "Like Mr. Foulk's entry, we will be donating our fees back to the OHHA to assist their worthwhile programs." For more information: Frank Fraas

Grove City, Ohio - The harness racing Foulk Stable will auction off one of its two entries in the Next Generation at Eldorado Scioto Downs, scheduled for July 4, with the proceeds benefiting the Ohio Harness Horsemen's Association. Chad Foulk announced his stable's entry into the 2-year-old filly pace will go up for auction Sunday night on HoofBid. Foulk purchased an entry into both the filly race and the 2-year old colt pacing event. At the close of entries, both races received more than the nine available slots and a drawing was necessary to determine which nine owners would receive entries. Foulk said he was lucky that his wife's name was drawn twice. "It was interesting, we were waiting and didn't get our name drawn until the ninth slot in each race. We didn't think we would get into either one." At the time of entry, owners did not have to designate a horse they were going to enter. As the time to declare a horse was drawing nearer, Fouk says the decision was made to part with the filly entry. "We thought it would be fun to be a part of the Next Generation, unfortunately our yearlings at this time are not good enough to go in the race." A condition of the race is that entries can be sold, traded, or given away. Foulk says they are putting their entry up for auction. "We are going to put our entry on HoofBid this Sunday to give everyone a chance to bid on the entry to race their horse. I have heard from some owners that did not get in the original drawing that they are interested in the race. We thought it would be good for everyone to buy a spot if it were available." Foulk says any money over the original $10,000 he receives for his entry will be donated to the Ohio Harness Horsemen's Association. "Times are tough right now and I felt if we could do something beneficial for our industry. I think the proceeds from the auction should go back to our industry." Ohio Harness Horsemen's Association President Steve Bateson says any proceeds the organization receives will be distributed to three worthwhile causes. "Chad Foulk's generous donation to the OHHA will benefit our youth scholarship program for high school seniors and graduate students as well as benefit our equine benevolent program. In addition, some funds will be used for P.A.C.E.R., the association's political action committee to continue to bring awareness to our agricultural equine business." The auction will take place on Hoofbid.com, the on-line standardbred auction site. Interested bidders can go to Hoofbid.com for instructions on how to download the app and create an account. HoofBid founder Jeff Davis says the auction will begin Sunday night, June 28 at 7:00PM. "We are excited to help Chad Foulk and the Foulk Stable as well as the Ohio Harness Horsemen's Association," said Davis. "We will be donating our fees back to the OHHA to assist their worthwhile programs." Frank Fraas

Grove City, OH - The Ohio Harness Horsemen's Association (OHHA) will continue its live streaming coverage of Ohio s county fair races today with day two coverage from the Putnam County Fairgrounds in Ottawa, Ohio. Post time for today's racing will begin at 3:30PM. There are 13 races scheduled on today's card. Race programs are available for download on the Ohio Harness Horsemen's Association website at https://www.ohha.com/assets/6.24.20-putnam-county-fair-program.pdf Replays of the races will be available on the OHHA YouTube channel and the Trot and Pace Marketing website, trotandpacemarketing.com, following the completion of racing. The next live streaming event from the Ohio Harness Horsemen's Association will be Monday and Tuesday June 29 and 30 from the Marion, Ohio County Fairgrounds. The Ohio Harness Horsemen's Association will be live streaming Ohio fair races throughout the summer. For more information: Frank Fraas

Grove City, OH - The Ohio Harness Horsemen's Association (OHHA) will continue its harness racing live streaming coverage of Ohio county fair races this week from the Putnam County Fairgrounds in Ottawa, Ohio. Live coverage of the Ohio Colt Racing Association races from the Putnam County Fair will be shown on the OHHA Facebook page Tuesday June 23 and Wednesday June 24. Post time is 3:30 PM on Tuesday and Wednesday. Replays of the races will be available on the Trot and Pace Marketing website, trotandpacemarketing.com, following the completion of racing. The Ohio Harness Horsemen's Association will be live streaming Ohio fair races throughout the summer. For more information: Frank Fraas

Grove City, Ohio - The first leg of the Buckeye Stallion Series is complete after racing at MGM Northfield Park on June 20. The harness racing series began with six divisions of the 3-year-old colt trot at MGM Northfield Park on June 15. Rose Run Vindicate, the gelded son of And Away We Go, held off a late charge to win the first division for driver Dan Noble and trainer Mike Polhamus in 1:56.4. It was Rose Run Vindicate's second win of the year and upped his career earnings to $48,559 for owner Donald Roberts. In the second $17,500 BSS division for trotters, Dontyousayit, the son of Dontyouforgetit, went wire to wire from post position one for his third win of the year. Kurt Sugg drove the Edward Miller trained colt to the win for owners Ivan and Duke Sugg in 1:58.1. Parked at the three-quarter pole, Chris Page grabbed the lead down the stretch with 14-1 Westfiftythird win the third division in 1:56.1 for trainer Ron Steck and owners Here's To Us Stable. It was the second win of the year for the son of My MVP. Next up, Luckey Stormin edged favorite Exhibit Class at the wire for the victory. Josh Slater, the co-owner, drove the Stormin Normand colt to victory in a lifetime best of 1:57.1 for trainer and co-owner Elpidio Bernardi Jr. It was Luckey's third win in three starts this year. The best time BSS time of the night went to Team Jesse, as the son of Team Six, rallied down the stretch to claim victory in 1:54.3. It was back to back wins for Team Jesse as Cameron McGown drove for trainer Brian Georges. Georges is also part owner with Mary Ann Georges and Kent Walker. Enforce the Law, the son of Triumphant Caviar wrapped up the first night in the Buckeye Stallion Series as he grabbed the lead in the stretch to claim his first win of the year in 1:56.1. Ronnie Wrenn Jr. had the drive for owner-trainer Joseph Kramp. The following night, the three-year-old fillies and colts took the track at Eldorado Scioto Downs for five divisions each in the filly and colt pace. On the filly side, Big Bad Mosa, the daughter of Big Bad John, went off as the favorite and didn't disappoint. Jeremy Smith drove Big Bad Mosa to victory in 1:53.1 for trainer Ronnie Roberts and owners the Watson Stable. It was her fifth win in nine starts this year. In the second division, the favorite again came out on top as Narina Hanover covered the mile in a lifetime best of 1:52.3 for Tyler Smith. The win was the first of the year for the Yankee Cruiser filly, trained by Clarence Foulk and owned by the Foulk Stables and William Hartt. Rockin Farrari made it three favorites in a row to see the winner's circle. The daughter of Rockin Amadeus, got up at the line to win by a neck in 1:53.2 for driver Brett Miller and owner-trainer Isaiah Shrake and co-owner Terrie Shrake. It was the filly's third win in as many starts this year. Jeremy Smith picked up his second win of the night in the series as Princess Rockette snapped the string of favorites winning. The Pet Rock filly went wire to wire in 1:53.1, a lifetime best, for her second win of the year. She is trained by Parker Smith and owned by George Hensley Jr. Corner Pocket, the daughter of Art Official, hung on at the wire to win by a nose in the final division. Dan Noble drove the horse to victory in 1:54.4 for trainer Christi Noble and owner Stephen Sexton. In the first division for the colts, Miller rallied Aim for Glory, the gelded son of Rockin Amadeus, down the stretch for the win in his racing debut in 1:53.3. Aim For Glory is owned by Emerald Highland Farms and trained by Kelly O'Donnell. Noble was also a winner in the colt pace as he guided Bargain Shopper to an easy win. The Big Bad John gelding won for the first time this year in 1:53.0 for trainer Christi Noble and owner Chuck Grubbs. Dragon Roars Again roared home in an evening best of 1:52.0 to win the third division. The son of Dragon Again, led the entire way as Miller picked up his second BSS win of the night. Dragon Roars Again is trained by O'Donnell. Owners Emerald Highland Farms returned to the winner's circle for the second time in the evening. Chris Presley took Medoland Bosa to the lead and never relented, gelded the son of The Panderosa to victory in a personal best of 1:53.4. Medoland Bosa won for the sixth time in his career for trainer Mike Medors and owners Tamara Hoovler and Hutchison Harness. Sectionlineronnie, the We Will See gelding, wrapped up the night shocking the field to win for the first time in 2020. Josh Sutton drove the 21-1 longshot to a lifetime best of 1:54.1 for trainer Steve Bauder and owner Harold Bauder. The final day of action for the first leg of the Buckeye Stallion Series was the 3-Year-Old Filly trot from Northfield Park on Saturday June 20. In the first division, Lightning Belle, the daughter of Dejarmbro, took the lead at the half-mile mark and held on for driver Ryan Stahl is 1:56. It was the filly's first win of the year for trainer Scott Cox and owner G Peters. Greg Grismore and Dream Change battled the entire way with Evita but was first to line to capture the second division. The Pamela Young trained Winning Fireworks filly won for the first time this year, upping her career earnings to $ 87,681 for owners Big Dog Racing. Susie D with Hunter Myers in the sulky took the lead at the top of the stretch to give trainer Bryan Weaver and owner Donna Anderson the win. The daughter of Uncle Peter picked up career win number ten in 1:55.3 It took until the fourth division for a favorite to find the winner's circle in the BSS. Bange Bi with driver Ronnie Wrenn Jr. guide the Manofmanymissions filly to a narrow victory for trainer Trent Stohler. It was the filly's first win of the year for the ownership group of Stohler Stables, Stately Gaits Stable, James Bafia and Hen Shaut Stable. In the final BSS race of the first leg, Kurt Sugg went wire to wire with Myco for the victory. The daughter of Broadway Hall went in 1:55.1 for trainer Dan Ater and owner Paul Stolfo. Leg two of the Buckeye Stallion Series begins June 30 with the 3-year-old colt trot from Eldorado Scioto Downs. The Buckeye Stallion Series is open to foals sired by a Standardbred stallion registered with the Ohio State Racing Commission during the year of conception. Frank Fraas

Grove City, OH – The Ohio Harness Horsemen’s Association (OHHA) and the Ohio Colt Racing Association (OCRA) will carry streaming coverage of harness racing from the Pickaway County Fair, Sunday June 21. All the races will be live streamed on the OHHA Facebook page beginning at 1PM.  Replays of the races will be available on the Trot and Pace Marketing website, trotandpacemarketing.com, following the completion of racing.  The Ohio Harness Horsemen’s Association will be live streaming Ohio fair races throughout the summer.  Frank Fraas  

Grove City, OH - The Ohio Harness Horsemen's Association (OHHA) and the Ohio Fair Racing Conference (OFRC) will kick off the county fair racing circuit with live streaming coverage of harness racing from the Paulding County fairgrounds Tuesday June 16 and Wednesday June 17. The Paulding County Fair was scheduled to begin Monday June 15. It was to be the first fair of the 2020 fair season but was cancelled due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Three days of harness racing were originally planned for the fair, but that has been trimmed back to two days. The 12-race card schedule for Tuesday will be live streamed on the OHHA Facebook page beginning at 4PM. Replays of the races will be available on the Trot and Pace Marketing website, trotandpacemarketing.com, following completion of the racing. Wednesday's race card will also be streamed live on the OHHA Facebook page. Post time is 4PM. Wednesday's races will also be available for replay on the Trot and Pace Marketing website. The OHHA and the OFRC are planning to live stream Ohio Fair Racing Conference races throughout the summer. OFRC Regional Coordinator Bill Peters says, "With fans not allowed at the fairgrounds, this is a way for owners and fans to see the races. We are g the races, we are hoping it might expand our fan base and expose some people to harness racing that might not have seen it before." For more information: Frank Fraas ffraas@ohha.com 614-221-3650

Grove City, OH - Due to spectator-less mandates, harness racing qualifying events scheduled for Delaware County, Ohio will be available for live viewing on the Ohio Harness Horsemen's Association Facebook page. Plans continue to capture any added events. Twenty-one qualifying events are scheduled for Thursday June 11, beginning at 11:00AM at the Delaware County Fairgrounds. Fifteen of the schedule qualifiers will be for two-year-olds. Replays of will be available on the Trot and Pace website, www.trotandpacemarketing.com. The Ohio Harness Horsemen's Association (OHHA) is a non-profit organization serving Standardbred horse owners, breeders, trainers, drivers, and fans who participate in the sport of harness racing in the Buckeye State. OHHA was founded in 1953. The mission of the Ohio Harness Horsemen's Association is to preserve, protect, promote, and serve the entire Standardbred industry in Ohio and beyond. For more information: Frank Fraas

Grove City, Ohio - Harness racing is back in Ohio and that means the 2020 Ohio Fantasy Racing League is back for its fourth season. Owners will create a fantasy stable which will consist of six horses, two must be 2-Year-Old Ohio sired. The other four can be of any ages but must be chosen from pre-determined rosters of horses. Entry forms and lists of eligible horses are available on the OHHA website. First prize is $ 2,500 cash prize and a one share in a fractional ownership stable that is registered with the USTA for 2021. Second place is $1,000 cash prize, third place $750 cash prize, fourth place $500 cash prize and fifth place $250 cash prize. Additional prizes will be awarded. See contest rules for details. The contest is open to anyone that has not owned a standardbred that has raced in the past two years. Fractional ownership of less than 5% does not count as ownership for this contest. The winning stable will be determined by total stable earnings between June 12, 2020 and Breeders Crown Day October 31, 2020. See official contest rules for tie breaking procedures. Stable owners are encouraged to use a virtual stable to inform them when their horses will be racing. Standings will be updated on the OHHA website and via social media outlets. The OHHA would like to encourage current industry people to tell their friends about the contest. For every person that a current horseman refers, the person referring will get 1 entry into a drawing to win two tickets to the 2020 Little Brown Jug Hospitality Tent. The more unique people referred, the more entries they receive. A drawing will be held after all entries have been received. For more information: Frank Fraas  

Grove City, OH — With the resumption of harness racing in Ohio, the Ohio Harness Horsemen’s Association is releasing the revised schedule for the Buckeye Stallion Series. The first leg of the 3-year-old colt trot series, which was scheduled for May 2 at Miami Valley Gaming and Raceway, has been rescheduled for Monday (June 15) at MGM Northfield Park. Leg two has been rescheduled for June 30 at Eldorado Scioto Downs and the third leg will be July 14 at Eldorado Scioto Downs. The 3-year-old filly pace series opener has been rescheduled for Tuesday (June 16) at Eldorado Scioto Downs. The series was originally scheduled to open April 30 at Miami Valley Gaming and Raceway. The second leg has been rescheduled for July 6 at MGM Northfield Park. The 3-year-old colt pace series first leg has also been rescheduled for Tuesday (June 16) at Eldorado Scioto Downs. The series was originally scheduled for a May 2 opener at Miami Valley Gaming and Raceway. The second leg has been rescheduled for July 8 at Eldorado Scioto Downs with leg three July 20 at MGM Northfield Park. The 3-year-old filly trot, which was originally scheduled to open April 30 at Miami Valley Gaming and Raceway, has been rescheduled for Saturday (June 20) at MGM Northfield Park. The second leg has been rescheduled for July 1 at Eldorado Scioto Downs with leg three July 14, also at Eldorado Scioto Downs. The schedule for legs four and five remains the same. The OHHA would like to thank Dave Bianconi, the Executive Vice President of Racing and Simulcasting at MGM Northfield Park, and Eldorado Scioto Downs Racing Secretary Jason Roth for their assistance in rescheduling these races. For additional information about the 2020 Buckeye Stallion Series and a revised schedule please visit the OHHA website at www.ohha.com/nominations or click here. The Ohio Harness Horsemen’s Association is a non-profit organization serving Standardbred horse owners, breeders, trainers, drivers and fans who participate in the sport of harness racing in the Buckeye State. OHHA was founded in 1953. The mission of the Ohio Harness Horsemen’s Association is to preserve, protect, promote and serve the entire Standardbred industry in Ohio and beyond. Frank Fraas

Grove City, OH - After an almost two-month layoff, harness racing returns tonight in the United States with a 12-race card at Eldorado Scioto Downs in Columbus, Ohio. To celebrate the return, the Ohio Harness Horsemen's Association (OHHA) will host a special two-hour Facebook Live event, with heavy hitters from the harness racing history. "The Voice" Roger Huston, OHHA Brand Ambassador and OHHA Outreach and Public Relations Coordinator Frank Fraas will be joined by DRF Harness Editor Derick Giwner and Meadowlands television host Dave Brower for the show. OHHA Executive Director Renée Mancino says "we are excited to be able to offer this much racing experience and knowledge to help us kick-off standardbred racing off in North America, this event is the first round for more formal productions that were already in the planning stages for Ohio's outreach program." Huston began his career in 1960 calling harness races at Ohio county fairs. He has called over 188,000 races throughout his career in a least 20 states and eight countries and has announced the Little Brown Jug for 52 years. Giwner is the editor of DRF Harness for the Daily Racing Form. He has worked for Sports/Eye since 1996 and has served as the editor of the paper since 2005. Giwner has worn many hats in the industry including owner, amateur driver track announcer and chart caller and is also an expert handicapper. Brower has been a big fan of harness racing since he was a teen. Currently the television host at the Meadowlands, he is also an ace handicapper, co-host of the national broadcast of The Hambletonian on CBS Sports Network and anchors the simulcast coverage of the Little Brown Jug. This all-star lineup will discuss the return of racing to North America, handicap some of the races at Eldorado Scioto Downs and entertain fans with stories. Tonight's event is scheduled to begin at 7:00 PM on the OHHA Facebook page. Special thanks to the sponsors that have made this possible, Kim Hill Realty, Equine Equipment, Cool Winds Farm, The Ohio State University Veterinary Medical Center, Hagemeyer Farms and Centerra Co-op. The Ohio Harness Horsemen's Association (OHHA) is a non-profit organization serving Standardbred horse owners, breeders, trainers, drivers, and fans who participate in the sport of harness racing in the Buckeye State. OHHA was founded in 1953. The mission of the Ohio Harness Horsemen's Association is to preserve, protect, promote, and serve the entire Standardbred industry in Ohio and beyond. For more information: Frank Fraas, ffraas@ohha.com, 614-569-6404  

Grove City, OH - Due to spectator-less mandates, harness racing qualifying events scheduled for Eldorado Scioto Downs, MGM Northfield Park, and Delaware County will be available for live viewing on the Ohio Harness Horsemen's Association Facebook page. Plans continue to capture any added events. Sixteen qualifying events are scheduled for Saturday May 16th, beginning at 2PM at Eldorado Scioto Downs. Qualifying events scheduled for Sunday, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday will also be available live on the Ohio Harness Horsemen's Association Facebook page. Replays of all will be available on the Trot and Pace website, www.trotandpacemarketing.com. Current plans also call for the qualifiers scheduled for the Delaware County Fairgrounds on Tuesday May 19th and Wednesday May 20th to be shown live on the OHHA Facebook page. Qualifiers at Delaware are scheduled to begin at 11AM. Check the OHHA Facebook page for events as they are scheduled. Live spectator-less racing will begin at Eldorado Scioto Downs Friday May 22nd and at MGM Northfield Park on Tuesday March 26th. The Ohio Harness Horsemen's Association (OHHA) is a non-profit organization serving Standardbred horse owners, breeders, trainers, drivers, and fans who participate in the sport of harness racing in the Buckeye State. OHHA was founded in 1953. The mission of the Ohio Harness Horsemen's Association is to preserve, protect, promote, and serve the entire Standardbred industry in Ohio and beyond. For more information: Frank Fraas

Grove City, Ohio - The Ohio Harness Horsemen's Association has extended the deadline for applications for the harness racing 2020 Scholarship program. Completed applications must be postmarked by July 10,, 2020 to be considered. Application and requirements are available on the OHHA website. https://www.ohha.com/assets/2020-ohha-scholarship-application.pdf The scholarships are available to graduating high school seniors and/or students enrolled in degree or certificate programs. Graduate students are not eligible unless they are enrolled in a harness racing-specific graduate or professional level program and provide complete details regarding the harness racing-specific graduate or professional level program in conjunction with their application. Scholarships will be awarded on academic merit and financial need and must be used towards the cost and expenses directly related to coursework and a degree being pursued at a college or university. The announcement of 2020 OHHA Scholarship recipients will be made August 3, 2020. The Ohio Harness Horsemen's Association (OHHA) is a non-profit organization serving Standardbred horse owners, breeders, trainers, drivers, and fans who participate in the sport of harness racing in the Buckeye State. OHHA was founded in 1953. The mission of the Ohio Harness Horsemen's Association is to preserve, protect, promote, and serve the entire Standardbred industry in Ohio and beyond. Frank Fraas

Grove City, OH - We are disappointed to report that despite multiple plans submitted and meetings beginning on April 1st and moving forward, we are nearing the close of another week in Ohio without a clear path forward to resume harness racing. With each week comes a new challenge that prevents a factual announcement or final plan. During the last several weeks various rumors regarding qualifying and opening have circulated back to us from a lot of different sources. This process ebbs and flows regularly. Currently the Associations, Racing Commission, and all Permit Holders have been trying to work towards a final plan without success. The general tenor from the Permit Holders is a desire to continue down the path of uncertainty, without a definitive plan to resume racing, unless assurances and guarantees are received for all casino and racino operations, racing or not. Due to this dynamic, the Ohio State Racing Commission has scheduled a series of meetings moving forward to resolve the impasse in accordance with the Governor's Office and all Orders in place. Our expectation is this will continue to fuel the rumor mill, likely more than ever. As advised prior, we will update as soon as we have factual information to release and definitive plans. We are working as hard and as quickly as we can to continue to roll out benevolence and get everyone back to the business of racing. Regarding benevolence, all benevolence announced, or requests received within the last three days have been processed and sent. We thank you for your patience as we continue to do our best on behalf of the industry, with the goal as always to resume racing. The Ohio Harness Horsemen's Association will continue to provide updates regarding financial relief initiatives as they take place via www.ohha.com and social media outlets. For immediate updates, please subscribe to the OHHA Emergency and Informational Text Blast system by texting "OHHA" to 1-888-808-1507. For more information: Frank Fraas

Grove City, OH - The Ohio Harness Horsemen’s Association has announced a discount feed program for its harness racing membership. In partnership with Centerra Co-op, Champion Feed & Supply, Granville Milling, Heritage Co-op, Nutrena, and Tizwhiz the OHHA has put together a program that will allow members to purchase feed at discounted prices. The program is open to all OHHA members residing in Ohio. “We are very grateful to all of our partners that are assisting us with the program.  They understand the situation that Ohio harness horsemen are in and have stepped up in a way that will help them through this difficult time, we cannot express the gratitude we feel for their contribution to our industry” said OHHA Executive Director Renee Mancino. Members can request a voucher that can be presented at over thirty locations in Ohio to get discount pricing on a variety of horse feeds. The OHHA’s Benevolence program has also benefited from the generosity of its partners and their participation in the OHHA benevolent feed program has enabled the Association to provide help to more people with the rates offered for that initiative.  In addition to those listed above, Purina and Tribute Equine Nutrition are generously participating in the benevolent program. The Ohio Harness Horsemen’s Association will continue to provide updates regarding financial relief initiatives as they take place via www.ohha.com and social media outlets. For immediate updates, please subscribe to the OHHA Emergency and Informational Text Blast system by texting “OHHA” to 1-888-808-1507. For more information: Frank Fraas ffraas@ohha.com  614-221-3650   The Ohio Harness Horsemen’s Association (OHHA) is a non-profit organization serving Standardbred horse owners, breeders, trainers, drivers and fans who participate in the sport of harness racing in the Buckeye State. OHHA was founded in 1953. The mission of the Ohio Harness Horsemen’s Association is to preserve, protect, promote and serve the entire Standardbred industry in Ohio and beyond.

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