68th Edition of The Little Brown Jug
September 19, 2013
Thursday September 22, 2011
Congratulations to Big Bad John, winner of the 66th Little Brown Jug!
Time of the mile 1:50- Finishing a close second was Roll with Joe.
In a mile of 1:50 2/5 Big Bad John driven by David Miller wins the first division of the 2011 Little Brown Jug. Returning for the 2nd Heat: Something For Doc, High Noon and Foreclosure N.
Roll With Joe wins the second division of the 2011 LBJ. Time of the mile 1:50 2/5. Returning for the second Heat: Betterthancheddar, Rollwithitharry and Up The Credit.
Roger Huston with 2011 Lady Pace Honoree - Senena Esty on Little Brown Jug Day.
Wednesday September 21, 2011
Time of the mile 1:54. Rocklamation made a late charge but finished 2nd loosing by a head.
Swinging Beauty takes the 2nd division. Time of the mike 1:54 2/5. Returning are Strike An Attitude, Rocklamation, and Pretty Katherine.
Idyllic, driven by David Miller wins the 1st division of The Jugette. Time of the mile 1:53 1/5. 2nd was What's New Pussycat, 3rd Myluvmylife, and the final to return- Tu Sei Bella.
Jugette winning driver David Miller in the winner's circle with Roger Huston.
Ryan Stahl in the winners circle. Ryan captured the 5th race (9/21/2011) on Win Master. Time of the mile 2:00 3/5.
Pete Spears accepts Wall Of Fame award for his father Paul, from last year's honoree Phil Terry. Paul Spears was unable to attend.
The Delaware Hayes Singers, lead by instructor Dara Gillis sing the Canadian and American national anthems Tuesday at the races. Colors where presented by The Delaware County Jr. Air Force ROTC
No. 2 Scooch Over, driven by Chris Page takes the first race of the week in the time of 1.56 4/5.
Field of 12 race for 2011 Little Brown Jug - 2 Divitions of 6.
Students from the Delaware Area Carrier Center's Construction Technology and Landscape Design classes stand with instructor Gene Scott to show off one of their most recent projects, the redesign of the patio at the Log Cabin. Gary Kessler an instructor at DACC (not pictured) has also spent time on this project. "What these kids are doing is a testament to how well the community works with DACC," said Tom Thomson, Director of Racing Little Brown Jug.