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World champion Warrawee Ubeaut turned in an impressive two heat performance to win the $259,600 Jugette for three-year-old filly pacers Wednesday (September 18) at the Delaware County Fairgrounds. At the start of the $155,760 final heat, Treacherous Reign (Dexter Dunn) protected his rail position forcing Warrawee Ubeaut and Yannick Gingras to sit second. As the field passed the 1/8 mile pole, Gingras sent Warrawee Ubeaut after the lead but Treacherous Reign forced the eventual winner back into the two-hole at the quarter in :26 2/5. The field raced in post-position order past the half in :55 2/5. As the field approached the same point as the failed clearing attempt, Warrawee Ubeaut exploded out of the pocket and cleared Treacherous Reign past the three-quarter pole in 1:23 3/5. Gingras sat cool in the bike as the duo sprinted home in :26 3/5 to stop the timer in 1:50 1/5, which equaled the stakes and world record. Ideation Hanover (James MacDonald) rallied to take the place spot, Treacherous Reign held on for third and Bestseller Hanover (Jason Bartlett) was fourth. The win was trainer Ron Burke and Gingras' third Jugette title. The swift daughter of Sweet Lou is owned by Burke Racing Stable, Phillip Collura, J&T Silva-Purnel-Libby and Weaver Bruscemi. Warrawee Ubeaut leaves Delaware with a five race win streak and $1,175,393 in career earnings. Warrawee Ubeaut with all the happy connections (Brad Conway Photo) The second $51,920 elimination, Stonebridge Soul (Tim Tetrick) was sent hard off the gates wings and led the field briefly until Warrawee Ubeaut retook control before the opening quarter of the mile. Warrawee Ubeaut was not seriously challenged and cruised to a 6¼ length win over Stonebridge Soul with Carbon Capture (Chris Page) and Under The Hood (Joe Bongiorno) also advancing to the final heat. In the first elimination, Treacherous Reign was sent off the starting gates wings and took control of the field with Bestseller Hanover sitting in the pocket. Treacherous Reign turned back a challenge from Ideation Hanover and cruised to a 1¼ length victory in 1:52. Bestseller Hanover and She's Allright (Chris Page) finished third and fourth respectively to advance to the final. Jay Wolf

Delaware, OH - Two-year-old filly trotter Hannah and harness racing driver Andy Miller cruised to a 3½ length victory in the $46,000 Standardbred trot in Wednesday (September 18) action at the Delaware County Fair. When the field of six was sent on their way, Miller sent the eventual winner right to the front and was able to control the fractions of :28 4/5, :58 1/5 and 1:27 1/5. Hannah used a :28 4/5 last quarter to defeat Skyway Tinacious (Peter Wrenn) and Mizzy Brenda K (Mike Wilder) in 1:56, a new lifetime mark. The Muscle Hill lass is trained by Julie Miller for the Andy Miller Stable, Dumain Haven Farm and Little E LLC. Much like the filly trot, Keystone Eureka (Tim Tetrick) used a late brush to collar the pacesetters in the deep stretch to take the $46,800 Standardbred two-year-old filly pace. Don't Speak (Brett Miller) received the first call, but relinquished the lead to Dance Club (Matt Kakaley). As the field turned for home, Don't Speak looked to be the winner but Keystone Eureka timed her last rush perfectly to win by ¾ of a length over another fast closer, Coral Reef Hanover (Mike Wilder). Don't Speak and Dance Club rounded out the top four. Ryan Miller trains the son of Somebeachsomewhere for the Miller Racing Stable. Sophia Lia Takes Buckette Sophia Lia (Tim Tetrick) and French Cafe (Andy Miller) traded the lead in the first quarter of a mile, but Sophia Lia passed French Cafe in the final eighth of a mile to take the $76,125 Buckette for three-year-old trotting fillies. The final time of 1:54 3/5 established a new lifetime mark for the Guccio filly. Sophia Lia is trained and co-owned by Chris Beaver, Donald Robinson, RBH Ventures and William Rufenacht. Sophia Lia Ohio Breeders Championship Action Two-Year-Old Filly Trot Guinevere Hall (Peter Wrenn, Jr.) sat back and watched Delovely Hall (Aaron Merriman) and Lights Down Low (Yannick Gingras) battle through the majority of the race and swooped past the tiring leaders to capture the first division in 1:56 4/5. Lights Down Low held on for second, Can't Break Rosie (Chris Page) rallied for third and Delovely Hall completed the superfecta. Guinevere Hall is conditioned by Melanie Wrenn for M T Pockets Stable and David McDuffee. Alan Leavitt bred the Cash Hall filly. The $55,850 second division was greatly affected by breaking trotters. The 3-5 bettor's choice, Globetrotting (Anthony MacDonald) broke at the start, giving the lead to the 3-2 second choice, Uncle Peter's Uncle (Brett Miller). Uncle Peter's Uncle led the field into the final turn until she took a bad step and went off-stride. Aqua Lillies (Yannick Gingras) pounced on the opportunity and sprinted past Lima Gold (Ronnie Wrenn, Jr.) in 1:58 3/5. Norm Parker trained the Break The Bank K filly for breeder/owner Robert J. Key. Aged Trot The $14,600 event was decided in the first sixteenth of a mile as A Tc Queenie grabbed the lead from post position five and never looked back to defeat the field of 10 in a stakes record 1:53 2/5. The six-year-old Triumphant Caviar mare is owned by Trish Soulsby and Richard Schaut and trained by Ron Steck. A Tc Queenie is just a few dollars short of $400,000 in career earnings. She became a three-time OBC champion with the win. Three-Year-Old Colt Trot Voyage To Paris (Dan Noble) survived a long battle with Lane Of Stone (Jeff Nisonger) through sizzling opening fractions and held of late rally from Bully Boy (Aaron Merriman) to win in a track and stakes record 1:53 2/5. Voyage To Paris scored for the seventh time in 2019 for Stephen Richard and Lana Jo Pollock. Jim Pollock, Jr. trains the Dontyouforgetit gelding. New Zealand reinsman Dexter Dunn guided Homer Hall to a then stakes record victory in the opening division of the three-year-old colt trot in 1:53 4/5. Homer Hall has 11 seasonal wins in 20 starts and has earned $223,667 during his career. The Cash Hall gelding is owned by Tammy Carter, Jay Mossbarger, Cass Gallagher and Breana Carsey and is trained by Steve Carter. by Jay Wolf, for the Little Brown Jug

Delaware, OH - Action Uncle rewrote the harness racing record book in winning the second division of the Ohio Breeders Championship for freshman colt trotters in Tuesday action at the Delaware County Fair. The Uncle Peter colt established a new stake, track and world's record with his 1:54 victory over Big Box Hanover (Dan Noble) and Count On Barney (Kurt Sugg). Driver Brett Miller sent the eventual winner to the top of the field before the opening quarter in :28 and controlled the remaining quarters in :56 4/5 and 1:25 3/5. Action Uncle is trained by Virgil Morgan, Jr., who won for the 101st time at Delaware, for owner and breeder Kenneth A. Sommer Trust. The bay colt became an Ohio "Triple Crown Winner" as a result of his previous wins in the Ohio State Fair and Ohio Sire Stakes Final. Action Uncle's seasonal earnings jumped to $225,575 with his third seasonal win. It's Academic gained a bit of redemption in winning the first $58,550 division. The Uncle Peter colt broke in his last start, the $300,000 Ohio Sire Stakes Final, but he behaved himself at Delaware to score in a then stakes record 1:55 2/5. When the field of seven was sent on their way, Ronnie Wrenn, Jr. sent Exhibit Class after the early lead with Buxton (Brett Miller) and It's Academic sitting second and third respectively. Chris Page tipped the eventual winner off the rail and past Exhibit Class before the three-quarter mile pole and cruised to a 2 1/4 length win over Buxton. It's Academic                                                                                --Conrad photo It's Academic is trained by Ron Burke and is owned by Burke Racing Stable, W Donovan, Joe Sbrocco and Hatfield Stable. He now has six wins in 8 starts. Wednesday's racing will feature 21 races, including the 49th Jugette. The card will feature a pair of guaranteed pool Pick 4s. Post time is 1:00 PM. For results, entries and program information, please visit littlebrownjug.com. by Jay Wolf, for the Little Brown Jug

Delaware, OH - The quartet of Southwind Ozzi, Shake That House, American Mercury and Stag Party lead a balanced harness racing field of 15 three-year-old pacers to compete for the $640,000 Little Brown Jug, presented by the Ohio Harness Horsemen's Association, to be held Thursday, September 19th at the Delaware County Fair. Southwind Ozzi is coming into the Jug with five wins in his last six starts, including the $253,000 Pennsylvania Sire Stake Final. The son of Somebeachsomewhere has won $515,263 for Vincent Ali, Jr. and Alma Iafelice. He has won 7 of 9 seasonal starts. Southwind Ozzi, who is trained by Bill MacKenzie, will leave from post four in the first elimination. Brian Sears was named to drive. Shake That House will leave from post three in the same elimination. The American Ideal colt has earned $452,804 during his career for Crawford Farms Racing, Alan Johnston and Northfork Racing Stable. Chris Oakes trains the $500,000 Max Hempt Memorial winner and Sears was also listed to drive Shake that House. Rounding out the first elimination contenders will be Stag Party from post seven. Although he is winless this season, he has earned $160,118 in 2019 and $674,486 during his 23 race career. The Bettor's Delight bay colt is owned by John Fielding, Mac Nichol, McKinlay & Fielding and trainer Casie Coleman's West Wins Stable. Coleman is a three time Jug champ and has asked the five-time Jug champion David Miller to drive. The $500,000 Messenger Stakes champion, American Mercury drew into the easier of the two eliminations, but will have to overcome post seven to advance to the $384,000 Jug Final. American Mercury has finished in the top three in all ten starts this season and has only missed the board in once during his 17 race career. Chria Oakes trains the American Ideal for Crawford Farms Racing, Northfork Racing Stable, Chuck Pompey and Scott Bice. Jug rookie Tyler Buter was listed to drive. The complete Little Brown Jug field and announced drivers: 1st Elimination - $128,000 1. Caviart Rockland by Sportswriter (Dexter Dunn/Nancy Johansson) 2. De Los Cielos Deo by Captaintreacherous (Yannick Gingras/Ron Burke) 3. Shake The House by American Ideal (Brian Sears/Chris Oakes) 4. Southwind Ozzi by Somebeachsomewhere (Brian Sears/William MacKenzie) 5. Air Force Hanover by Somebeachsomewhere (Simon Allard/Rene Allard) 6. U S Captain by Captaintreacherous(Jason Bartlett/Tony Alagna) 7. Stag Party by Bettor's Delight (David Miller/Casie Coleman) 2nd Elimination - $128,000 1. Semi Tough by Somebeachsomewhere (Matt Kakaley/Ron Burke) 2. Lyons Johnnyjnr by Well Said (Tim Tetrick/Jo Ann Looney-King) 3. Quatrain Blue Chip by Somebeachsomewhere (Aaron Merriman/Chris Oakes) 4. Artie's Ideal by American Ideal  (Marcus Miller/Erv Miller) 5. First and Fast by Shiaway Patrick (Brett Miller/Blake MacIntosh) 6. Spectrum by A Rocknroll Dance (A. Miller-Bongiorno/Nick Surick) 7. American Mercury by American Ideal (Tyler Buter/Chris Oakes) 8. Escapethebeach by Somebeachsomewhere (Joe Bongiorno/Tony Alagna) 2nd Heat will race for $384,000 by Jay Wolf, for the Little Brown Jug

Delaware, OH - Trainer and co-owner Chris Beaver and co-owner Steven Zeehandler swept the $102,368 Ohio Breeders Championship for three-year-old harness racing filly trotters in Monday action at the Delaware County Fair. In the second $51,184 divison, the field of six raced in post position order through the first three-eighths of a mile until driver Ronnie Wrenn, Jr. eased Aunt Rose off the rail and sprinted clear to score an open length victory. Twentyfour K Magic (Aaron Merriman) and Princessofpink (Ryan Stahl) completed the trifecta. The winning time of 1:54 established a new stakes record. Aunt Rose now has $198,255 in career earnings. Beaver and Zeehandler share the ownership in the Uncle Peter filly with Michael Carter and Joe Sbrocco. Pure Chance and Jason Thompson took control of the field of six before the quarter pole and never looked back in the first division. The daughter of Triumphant Caviar edged her stablemate and the fast closing Weslyn Quest (Ronnie Wrenn, Jr.) by a scant nose in 1:54 3/5. The winner scored for the sixth time in 12 seasonal starts and is owned by Beaver and Zeehandelar. Driver Brett Miller won four races during the 15 race card. Tuesday's racing will feature 13 races, including a $5,000 guaranteed pool Pick 4. Post time is 1:00 PM. For results, entries and program information, please visit littlebrownjug.com. by Jay Wolf, for the Little Brown Jug

Delaware, OH - Wiggle It Jiggleit, the 2015 Little Brown Jug and 'Horse of the Year," is returning to the harness racing track at the Delaware County Fair in a conditioned event on Jug Day (Thursday, September 19). The 7-year-old gelded son of Mr Wiggles - Mozzi Hanover has been away from the track for nearly three years with back issues and has competed in four qualifying races at Harrah's Philadelphia preparing for Thursday's race. Wiggle It Jiggleit has won 38 of 51 career starts and more than $3.9 million for George Teague, Jr. and Teague Racing Partnership. He will leave from post #3 in the $5,250 event. Trainer Clyde Francis listed Montrell Teague as the driver. "We cannot thank Team Teague enough for considering the Delaware County Fair for Wiggle It Jiggleit's return," noted Delaware's Director of Racing, Tom Wright. "I am sure the 40,000 plus fans will enjoy seeing the champion back on the track." Post time on Jug Day will be 11:00 AM. For ticket, race information and the latest news, please visit littlebrownjug.com. by Jay Wolf, for the Little Brown Jug

Looksgoodinaromper established a new stakes record in winning the first division of the Ohio Breeders Championship for harness racing two-year-filly pacers in Sunday action at the Delaware County Fair. The Pet Rock filly yielded the early lead to Corner Pocket (Ronnie Wrenn, Jr.), but Looksgoodinaromper retook the lead before the quarter in :29. Driver Chris Page was able to set a comfortable pace through the half in :58 2/5 and three-quarters in 1:26. Artful Dancer (Brett Miller) was the first to challenge, but the eventual winner used a :27 3/5 last quarter to sprint clear in 1:53 3/5. Corner Pocket held on for second, Artful Dancer was third. Looksgoodinaromper, who completed the "Ohio Triple Crown" with her win the Ohio State Fair and Ohio Sire Stake Final, is owned by Burke Racing Stable and Weaver Bruscemi. In the second $64,700 division, PJ's Legacy (Ryan Stahl) edged the pacesetting Beautiful Beach (Ronnie Wrenn, Jr.) by a scant nose in 1:54 3/5. PJ's Legacy won for the fourth time in seven seasonal starts for Jennifer Brown, Hutchison Harness, Joelyn Ridder and Mark Kantrowitz. The Big Bad John filly, who was a $37,000 yearling purchase, is conditioned by Brian Brown. PJ’s Legacy (#4) and Ryan Stahl get up in the final strides to edge Beautiful Beach (#1) in the Ohio Breeders Championship for freshman filly pacers. (Brad Conway Photo) In the $12,900 OBC for aged pacers, a pair of Nick Surick trained geldings battled down the lane, but Dragonology (Brett Miller) edged stablemate Born To Be Bad (Chris Page) in a stakes record equaling 1:51 4/5. Dynasty Racing is the owner of the Dragon Again four-year-old. Dragonology and Brett Miller equal the stakes record in the OBC Aged Pace. (Brad Conway Photo) On the card were a trio of amateur driver events. Blasco (Stephen Oldford) and Inukchuk Chuck (Hannah Miller) took the Billings Trot divisions and Anthony Ciuffetelli took the Tim Fouts Memorial Driving Championship with Mcport In The Storm. Ciuffetelli represented the Yonkers Harness Drivers Club. Driver Chris Page won six races on the 17 race card. Monday's 15 race card will feature the $102,368 (div) Ohio Breeders Championship for sophomore filly trotters. The Sunday card wagering menu features a $5,000 guaranteed pool Pick 4 (Races 10-13). Post time is 3:00 PM. For today's results click on this link. For results, entries and program information, please visit littlebrownjug.com. Jay Wolf

Delaware, OH - Warrawee Ubeaut, winner of $1,071,553, headlines a field of thirteen filly harness racing pacers in the $259,600 Jugette on Wednesday (Sept. 18) at the Delaware County Fair. The fillies will race a pair of $51,920 eliminations with the top four finishers in each elim coming back for the $155,760 final. Warrawee Ubeaut is coming into the Jugette on a three race win streak, including a win in the $253,000 Pennsylvania Sire Stake Championship. The daughter of Sweet Lou drew the rail position in the second elimination and will get the services of Yannick Gingras. She is owned by Burke Racing Stable, Phillip Collura, J&T Silva-Purnel-Libby and Weaver Bruscemi and trained by Ron Burke. The first $51,920 elimination features Treacherous Reign, winner of the $340,500 Fan Hanover Final. The Captaintreacherous lass has earned $559,986 for her owners Alagna Racing, Big Al's Stable, Let It Ride Stable and Dana Parham. Treacherous Reign, who drew post four, is trained by Tony Alagna and Dexter Dunn, a New Zealand native, will be the driver. Post time for the Wednesday card at the Delaware County Fair will be 11:00 AM. The simulcast show will start at 10:30 AM. 49th Jugette $259,600 Field 1st Elim $51,920 1. Bestseller Hanover (Jason Bartlett) 2. She's Allright (Chris Page) 3. Edge Of Eternity (Dave Palone) 4. Treacherous Reign (Dexter Dunn) 5. Ideation Hanover (James MacDonald) 6. Sylph Hanover (Matt Kakaley) 2nd Elim $51,920 1. Warrawee Ubeaut (Yannick Gingras) 2. Carbon Capture (Chris Page) 3. Under The Hood (Joe Bongiorno) 4. Michelon's Filly (Marcus Miller) 5. Privacy Hanover (Jason Bartlett) 6. Annie Hill (Tyler Buter) 7. Stonebridge Soul (Tim Tetrick) Final Heat $155,760 by Jay Wolf, for the Little Brown Jug

Delaware, OH - The $121,000 (div) Ohio Breeders Championship for two-year-old filly pacers headlines the 17 race card on the opening day of harness racing Grand Circuit Week Sunday at the Delaware County Fairgrounds. Looksgoodinaromper will become an Ohio Triple Crown winner if the Pet Rock filly can beat the field of five in the first $60,500 division. Looksgoodinaromper is coming off a 1:52 4/5 win in the $300,000 Ohio Sire Stake final on September 1 at MGM Northfield Park. She has earned $241,300 in just six career starts for owners Burke Racing Stable and Weaver Bruscemi. Chris Page will get the driving assignment. The second division could come down to a duel between Beautiful Beach and McMarkle Sparkle. Beautiful Beach finished a close second to Looksgoodinaromper in the OSS final and has earned $129,500 this season. The We Will See lass is conditioned by Tyler George for Tom R. Lehmann. Ronnie Wrenn, Jr. will drive Beautiful Beach, who will leave from the coveted rail position. McMarkle Sparkle has collected four wins in seven starts in 2019. Jim Arledge, Jr. trains the daughter of McArdle. Owned and bred by Laura L. and Paul R. Baker, McMarkle Sparkle will be piloted by Brett Miller. A trio of amateur driving events will also be contested. The Tim Fouts Memorial Driving Championship will feature drivers from various driving clubs from across the United States. A pair of Billings Amateur trots will also go postward. The Sunday card wagering menu features a $5,000 guaranteed pool Pick 4 (Races 10-13). Post time is 1:00 PM. For results, entries and program information, please visit littlebrownjug.com. by Jay Wolf, for the Little Brown Jug

Little Brown Jug and Jugette Entries The harness racing officials at the Delaware County Fair would like to remind the horsemen of some important deadlines for the 49th edition of the Jugette and the 74th edition of the Little Brown Jug. Sunday, September 15 10:00 AM - Jugette entry box closes Monday, September 16 10:00 AM - Little Brown Jug entry box closes 11:00 AM - Jugette entries must be in the Jugette Barn. Tuesday, September 17 11:00 AM - Little Brown Jug entries must be in the Jugette Barn. Driver Commissions New for 2019 at the Delaware County Fair, all driver commission fees (5%) will be paid and mailed directly to the driver. All owners and drivers must complete tax forms prior to the mailing of the checks. Forms will be available at the Log Cabin or can be found online at http://www.littlebrownjug.com/racing/horsemen.cfm. by Jay Wolf, for the Little Brown Jug

Dot Morgan, executive director and facilities manager of the New Vocations racehorse adoption program, will be honored as the 2019 Lady Pace Honoree by the Delaware County Fair. A multitalented horsewoman, Morgan started the New Vocations racehorse adoption program in 1992 from her base in Laura, Ohio, and continues to this day as overseer of the organization's Standardbred division. New Vocations takes racehorses that are no longer competitive on the racetrack and helps them find a "new vocation," a second career, through its equine adoption program. More than 150 Standardbreds pass through New Vocations every year. As chief administrator, Morgan visits major equine events, produces newsletters and promotional/educational materials, and aids the group's finances with stallion auctions and the Pre-Jug Gala Benefit during Little Brown Jug week. She was a director of the Ohio Harness Horseman's Association for 17 years and an eight year trustee of the Christian Harness Horseman's Association. She was honored by the United States Harness Writers Association with their LeeAnne Pooler Unsung Hero Award in 2013. The Ohio Harness Horsemen's Association honored Morgan with the Rambling Willie Award in 2015. by Jay Wolf, for the Little Brown Jug

This is the final week of the rankings prior to the 74th edition of the Little Brown Jug to be contested on Thursday, September 19, 2019. Top 10 Little Brown Jug Eligibles 74th Edition on September 19, 2019 Week #6 (Final Week) - September 10, 2018 1. (Last Week #4) Southwind Ozzi (1:48; $515,263) Owners: Vincent Ali, Jr. (NJ) and Alma Iafelice (NJ) Trainer: Bill MacKenzie Driver: Brian Sears 2. (Last Week #1) Captain Crunch (1:47.2s; $1,303,190) Owner: 3 Brothers Stables (NY), Christina Takter (NJ), Rojan Stables (DE) and Caviart Farms (VA) Trainer: Nancy Johansson Driver: Scott Zeron 3. (Last Week #2) American Mercury (1:49.4s; $508,463) Owners: Crawford Farms Racing (NY), Northfork Racing Stable (PA), Chuck Pompey (PA) and Scott Bice (ON) Trainer: Chris Oakes Driver: Tyler Buter 4. (Last Week #6) Captain Victorious (1:48.3f; $433,278) Owners: The Captain V Stable (PA) Trainer: Ron Burke Driver: Yannick Gingras 5. (Last Week #3) Best In Show (1:48; $539,138) Owners: Richard Young (FL) and Joanne Young (FL) Trainer: Linda Toscano Driver: Brian Sears/Bob McClure * Is eligible to supplement into the Little Brown Jug for $45,000 6. (Last Week #5) Shake That House (1:47.3s; $539,138) Owners: Crawford Farms Racing (NY), Alan Johnston (NY), and Northfork Racing Stable (PA) Trainer: Chris Oakes Driver: Tyler Buter/Brian Sears 7. (Last Week #10) U S Captain (1:50.1; $165,783) Owners: Brittany Farms (KY), Bradley Grant (ONT), Joseph Barbera (NY) & U S Captain Racing (KY) Trainer: Tony Alagna Driver: Dexter Dunn/Jason Bartlett 8. (Last Week #9) Stag Party (1:50.4; $660,295) Owner: John Fielding (ON), Mac Nichol (ON), McKinlay & Fielding (ON) and West Wins Stable (ON) Trainer: Casie Coleman Driver: Jonathan Drury 9. (Last Week #NR) Wild Wild Western (1:51.2f; $186,793) Owner: Jacobs Creek Racing (PA), Andrew Altobelli (PA) and John Deters (MI) Trainer: Norm Parker Driver: Mike Wilder 10. (Last Week #NR) Air Force Hanover (1:50.1f; $233,138) Owner: Go Fast Stable (OH), Gilbert Short (VA) and Kapildeo Singh (NY) Trainer: Rene Allard Driver: Simon Allard Upcoming Events September 13 Woodbine Mohawk Park Ontario Sire Stakes Leg September 13 Harrah's Hoosier Park Indiana Sire Stakes Leg September 14 Batavia Downs New York Sire Stakes Final September 15 Red Mile Kentucky Sire Stakes Final September 16 Little Brown Jug Entries Due (10:00 AM) by Jay Wolf, for the Little Brown Jug  

For the next two weeks, Jay Wolf the Little Brown Jug Publicity Director will rank the top 10 horses eligible for the 74th edition of the Little Brown Jug to be contested on Thursday, September 19, 2019. Top 10 Little Brown Jug Eligibles 74th Edition on September 19, 2019 Week #5 - September 3, 2018 1. (Last Week #1) Captain Crunch (1:47.2s; $1,282,950) Owner: 3 Brothers Stables (NY), Christina Takter (NJ), Rojan Stables (DE) and Caviart Farms (VA) Trainer: Nancy Johansson Driver: Scott Zeron 2. (Last Week #5) American Mercury (1:49.4s; $508,463) Owners: Crawford Farms Racing (NY), Northfork Racing Stable (PA), Chuck Pompey (PA) and Scott Bice (ON) Trainer: Chris Oakes Driver: Tyler Buter 3. (Last Week #2) Best In Show (1:48; $539,138) Owners: Richard Young (FL) and Joanne Young (FL) Trainer: Linda Toscano Driver: Brian Sears/Bob McClure * Is eligible to supplement into the Little Brown Jug for $45,000 4. (Last Week #3) Southwind Ozzi (1:48; $388,763) Owners: Vincent Ali, Jr. (NJ) and Alma Iafelice (NJ) Trainer: Bill MacKenzie Driver: Brian Sears 5. (Last Week #4) Shake That House (1:47.3s; $450,422) Owners: Crawford Farms Racing (NY), Alan Johnston (NY), and Northfork Racing Stable (PA) Trainer: Chris Oakes Driver: Tyler Buter/Brian Sears 6. (Last Week #6) Captain Victorious (1:48.3f; $370,028) Owners: The Captain V Stable (PA) Trainer: Ron Burke Driver: Yannick Gingras 7. (Last Week #7) Workin Ona Mystery (1:49s; $355,691) Owner: Diamond Creek Racing (PA), Stambaugh Leeman Stable (OH), Alan Keith (OH) and Wingfield Brothers LLC (OH) Trainer: Brian Brown Driver: Tim Tetrick 8. (Last Week #8) Semi Tough (1:50.3f; $377,443) Owner: Burke Racing Stable LLC (PA), Frank Baldachino (NJ), J&T Silva- Purnel & Libby (FL) and Weaver Bruscemi LLC (PA) Trainer: Ron Burke Driver: Matt Kakaley 9. (Last Week #10) Stag Party (1:50.4; $660,295) Owner: John Fielding (ON), Mac Nichol (ON), McKinlay & Fielding (ON) and West Wins Stable (ON) Trainer: Casie Coleman Driver: Jonathan Drury 10. (Last Week #NR) U S Captain (1:50.1; $158,283) Owners: Brittany Farms (KY), Bradley Grant (ONT), Joseph Barbera (NY) & U S Captain Racing (KY) Trainer: Tony Alagna Driver: Dexter Dunn/Jason Bartlett Upcoming Events September 7 Meadows Pennsylvania Sire Stakes Final September 7 The Red Mile Kentucky Sire Stake Leg

For the next three weeks, Jay Wolf the Little Brown Jug Publicity Director will rank the top 10 horses eligible for the 74th edition of the Little Brown Jug to be contested on Thursday, September 19, 2019. Top 10 Little Brown Jug Eligibles 74th Edition on September 19, 2019 Week #4 - August 27, 2018 1. (Last Week #1) Captain Crunch (1:47.2s; $1,267,515) Owner: 3 Brothers Stables (NY), Christina Takter (NJ), Rojan Stables (DE) and Caviart Farms (VA) Trainer: Nancy Johansson Driver: Scott Zeron 2. (Last Week #2) Best In Show (1:48; $506,982) Owners: Richard Young (FL) and Joanne Young (FL) Trainer: Linda Toscano Driver: Brian Sears/Bob McClure * Is eligible to supplement into the Little Brown Jug for $45,000 3. (Last Week #4) Southwind Ozzi (1:48; $388,763) Owners: Vincent Ali, Jr. (NJ) and Alma Iafelice (NJ) Trainer: Bill MacKenzie Driver: Brian Sears 4. (Last Week #3) Shake That House (1:47.3s; $450,422) Owners: Crawford Farms Racing (NY), Alan Johnston (NY), and Northfork Racing Stable (PA) Trainer: Chris Oakes Driver: Tyler Buter/Brian Sears 5. (Last Week #6) American Mercury (1:49.4s; $258,463) Owners: Crawford Farms Racing (NY), Northfork Racing Stable (PA), Chuck Pompey (PA) and Scott Bice (ON) Trainer: Chris Oakes Driver: Tyler Buter 6. (Last Week #8) Captain Victorious (1:48.3f; $370,028) Owners: The Captain V Stable (PA) Trainer: Ron Burke Driver: Yannick Gingras 7. (Last Week #5) Workin Ona Mystery (1:49s; $355,691) Owner: Diamond Creek Racing (PA), Stambaugh Leeman Stable (OH), Alan Keith (OH) and Wingfield Brothers LLC (OH) Trainer: Brian Brown Driver: Tim Tetrick 8. (Last Week #7) Semi Tough (1:50.3f; $377,443) Owner: Burke Racing Stable LLC (PA), Frank Baldachino (NJ), J&T Silva- Purnel & Libby (FL) and Weaver Bruscemi LLC (PA) Trainer: Ron Burke Driver: Matt Kakaley 9. (Last Week #9) Artie's Ideal (1:50.1f; $232,421) Owners: Bay Pond Racing Stable (PA) Trainer: Erv Miller Driver: Marcus Miller 10. (Last Week #10) Stag Party (1:50.4; $650,005) Owner: John Fielding (ON), Mac Nichol (ON), McKinlay & Fielding (ON) and West Wins Stable (ON) Trainer: Casie Coleman Driver: Jonathan Drury Upcoming Events August 29 Yonkers Raceway New York Sire Stakes Leg August 30 Harrah's Hoosier Park Indiana Sire Stakes Leg August 31 Yonkers Raceway Messenger Stake Final August 31 Woodbine Mohawk Park Simcoe Stakes September 1 Northfield Park Ohio Sire Stakes Final by Jay Wolf, for the Little Brown Jug

For the next four weeks, Jay Wolf the Little Brown Jug Publicity Director will rank the top 10 horses eligible for the 74th edition of the Little Brown Jug to be contested on Thursday, September 19, 2019. Top 10 Little Brown Jug Eligibles 74th Edition on September 19, 2019 Week #3 - August 20, 2018 1. (Last Week #1) Captain Crunch (1:47.2s; $1,267,515) Owner: 3 Brothers Stables (NY), Christina Takter (NJ), Rojan Stables (DE) and Caviart Farms (VA) Trainer: Nancy Johansson Driver: Scott Zeron 2. (Last Week #3) Best In Show (1:48; $506,982) Owners: Richard Young (FL) and Joanne Young (FL) Trainer: Linda Toscano Driver: Brian Sears/Bob McClure * Is eligible to supplement into the Little Brown Jug for $45,000 3. (Last Week #2) Shake That House (1:47.3s; $450,422) Owners: Crawford Farms Racing (NY), Alan Johnston (NY), and Northfork Racing Stable (PA) Trainer: Chris Oakes Driver: Tyler Buter/Brian Sears 4. (Last Week #4) Southwind Ozzi (1:48; $346,249) Owners: Vincent Ali, Jr. (NJ) and Alma Iafelice (NJ) Trainer: Bill MacKenzie Driver: Brian Sears/Tim Tetrick 5. (Last Week #5) Workin Ona Mystery (1:49s; $348,889) Owner: Diamond Creek Racing (PA), Stambaugh Leeman Stable (OH), Alan Keith (OH) and Wingfield Brothers LLC (OH) Trainer: Brian Brown Driver: Tim Tetrick 6. (Last Week #6) American Mercury (1:49.4s; $248,463) Owners: Crawford Farms Racing (NY), Northfork Racing Stable (PA), Chuck Pompey (PA) and Scott Bice (ON) Trainer: Chris Oakes Driver: Tyler Buter 7. (Last Week #7) Semi Tough (1:50.3f; $367,240) Owner: Burke Racing Stable LLC (PA), Frank Baldachino (NJ), J&T Silva- Purnel & Libby (FL) and Weaver Bruscemi LLC (PA) Trainer: Ron Burke Driver: Matt Kakaley 8. (Last Week #8) Captain Victorious (1:48.3f; $348,771) Owners: The Captain V Stable (PA) Trainer: Ron Burke Driver: Yannick Gingras 9. (Last Week #NR) Artie's Ideal (1:50.1f; $232,421) Owners: Bay Pond Racing Stable (PA) Trainer: Erv Miller Driver: Marcus Miller 10. (Last Week #9) Stag Party (1:50.4; $650,005) Owner: John Fielding (ON), Mac Nichol (ON), McKinlay & Fielding (ON) and West Wins Stable (ON) Trainer: Casie Coleman Driver: Jonathan Drury Upcoming Events August 23 Scioto Downs Ohio Sire Stakes Leg August 23 Meadows Pennsylvania Sire Stakes Leg August 24 Yonkers Raceway Messenger Stake Elim August 25 The Red Mile Kentucky Sire Stakes Leg by Jay Wolf, for the Little Brown Jug

Hall of Fame publicist Tom White and former Ohio Harness Horseman's Association general manager Jerry Knappenberger will be honored as the 2019 Joseph Neville Memorial Award recipients by the Delaware County Fair. White was a harness racing reporter for the Lexington (KY) Herald, Hoof Beats magazine and the Horseman and Fair World. He served as the publicity director for Scioto Downs and the Red Mile and was the Little Brown Jug's top PR man from 1996 until 2012. In 2005, White was inducted into the Communicators Hall of Fame in Goshen, N.Y. White passed away in February at the age of 84. Knappenberger began his 50-year harness racing career as a second trainer for Terry Holton. He was hired as the assistant general manager of the OHHA in 1990 and was general manager from 1998 until 2015. Knappenberger worked tirelessly for the introduction of Video Lottery Terminals in the state of Ohio. The VTLs allowed the Standardbred industry in Ohio to return to its place of prominence with increased purses. In 2015, he was elected into the Ohio Harness Racing Hall of Fame by a vote of the Ohio Chapter of the U.S. Harness Writers Association. Knappenberger died at the age of 76 in June 2019.   Jay Wolf

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