Delaware, OH – The opening day (Sunday) of the 2015 Delaware County Fair has drawn 16 races, including three divisions of the $107,433 (div) Ohio Breeders Championships for two-year-old filly pacers.
The Ohio Sire Stake champion Miss Me Yet headlines the third division of the OBC filly pace. Miss Me Yet is owned by George Teague, Jr., trained by his sister Brenda and driven by his son Montrell. The daughter of I’m Gorgeous has finished in the top 3 in all six of her seasonal starts and has earned more than $171,000. The Teague’s also campaign the expected Jug favorite, Wiggle It Jiggleit, in Thursday’s Little Brown Jug presented by Fazoli’s.
The second $35,811 division will feature a trio of competitive fillies. Big Bad Ashley (Josh Sutton) finished third in the OSS Championship and has $105,177 in her bank account and will leave from post 3. Queen Ann M (Chris Page), winner of $92,325, drew post 2. Angry Shelby (Greg Grismore), the fastest filly in the field, has the rail position.
The first division is headed by John’s Sunny Girl and driver Greg Grismore. The freshman daughter of Big Bad John has won half of his eight seasonal starts and has earned $74,625 for Parent Racing Stable of Holland, OH. John’s Sunny Girl should be challenged by Save My Tootsie (Aaron Merriman) and Naked By Nine (Ryan Stahl).
Sunday’s undercard contains the Billings Amateur Trot, Standardbred Driving Championship Pace and the Ohio Fair Racing Conference (two-year-old filly pace).
Post time is 1:00 PM.
At A Glance
Sunday, September 20
$107,433 Ohio Breeders Championship (two-year-old filly pace)
WDLR (1550 AM), WINF (98.5 FM) & WQTT (1270 AM)
by Jay Wolf, for the Little Brown Jug