69th Edition of The Little Brown Jug
September 18, 2014
Photo by Brad Conrad
Photo by Brad Conrad
Rock N Roll Heaven wins first division of LBJ, time of mile: 1:49.2 equaling a world record.
Classic Rock NRoll wins 2nd division of LBJ, time of mile: 1:50.4.
I'm Gorgeous wins 3rd division of LBJ, time of mile: 1:50.2.
Western Silk was able to hold off a late charge by Dancinwiththestarz to win 40th Jugette in a time of 1:53.1.
Western Silk strong finish captures 2nd Jugette division. Dancin Barefoot 2nd, Dance Until Dawn 3rd, and Full Picture 4th. Time of the mile 1:52.1.
Rock N Soul wins first Division of the Jugette. Serioiusly 2nd, Dancinwiththestarz 3rd, and Berschet 4th will return. Time of the mile 1:52-.
Director of Racing Tom Thomson puts the Honorees ring on Phil Terry.
Honorees from left to right: Charles Armstrong (1999), Glen Brown (2008), Phil Terry (2010), Tom Thomson (1995), and Roger Huston (2000).
Delaware Mayor, Gary Milner, reads a proclamation to Phil Terry.
#3, Distant Memories Driven by Jason Thompson wins today's 6th race 2:02.3. William Irvine Drives Sunset Snip and Chris Page drives Looks Like Speed.
Jack Dailey drives Emerald Flash to New Century Series Win 2yr Old Pace Fillies
Emerald Flash sets life-time mark 1:59-.
Delaware Trainer Mike Conklin takes canine companion Maggie for a golf cart ride. Conklin says Maggie does not like fair week too much. "It's too noisey."
John Corby from WTVN 610AM presents Bud Hatfield, owner of Captain George, the first trophy of the week in the winner's circle at Delaware. The trotter Captain George was driven by Del S. Miller and won the first race in a time of 2:01.1.
Photo by C. Cramer
Delaware, OH --- A field of 23 sophomore pacers have dropped into the box for the $604,100 Little Brown Jug, the second leg of Pacing's Triple Crown, set for Thursday (Sept. 23) at the Delaware County Fair.... Read More
Tom Thomson, Director of Racing, helps with the draw for the 2010 Little Brown Jug.
Phil Terry, Director of Marketing, helps with the draw for the 2010 Little Brown Jug.
Track Announcer Roger Huston, Presiding Judge Tim Schmitz and Associate Judge Dennis Nolan.