A total of fourteen races, including six divisions of the Ohio Breeders Championships, will go post-ward on Monday, September 21 at the Delaware County Fair at a special post time of 3:00 PM.
A total of 28 freshmen colt pacers will line up in the $121,384 (div.) OBC.
Ohio Sires Stake champion, Love Tap Hanover will leave from the outside post seven in the fourth and final $30,346 division. The Big Bad John colt has earned more than $166,000 for his owners Rick Phillips, Peter Venturini and Mark Harder. He is trained by Virgil Morgan, Jr. and will be driven, by David Miller.
Morgan will also be sending out the favorite in the third division, Primo Giovanni. Carl Howard owns the colt who has won all but one of his seven seasonal starts.
The state’s best three-year-old filly trotters will go in two divisions of the $78,790 (div.) OBC.
Potential “Ohio Horse of the Year” Like Old Times is the headliner in the second $39,395 division. Don McKirgan trains and Ronnie Wrenn, Jr. drives the Chip Chip Hooray filly for Keith Ross. Like Old Times has won 11 of 14 starts this season and her lifetime earnings are $305,117.
To celebrate the later post time, fair officials have introduced a number of food and drink specials available in the grandstand, including $1.00 Budweiser and Bud Light. Second chance drawings will also be conducted for televisions, betting vouchers, rides in the starting gate and t-shirts.
For a complementary race program or ticket information, please visit www.littlebrownjug.com
Monday, September 21 At A Glance
Post Time: 3:00 PM
Total Races: 14 Races
General Admission: $6.00
$121,384 Ohio Breeders Championship (two-year-old colt pace)
$78,790 Ohio Breeders Championship (three-year-old filly trot)
Special Events: $1.00 Beer, Soda, Hot Dogs and Popcorn
Radio Coverage: WDLR (1550 AM), WINF (98.5 FM) & WQTT (1270 AM)