| Victory Is Coming wins Northfield Open Trot
Victory Is Coming took Northfield’s $6,000 Open Trot for owners Betty and John Red Shaw of Mount Vernon, Ohio. Ammon Hershberger trains and drove the 6-year-old daughter of Victory Sam-Norse Comer-Overcomer to the 1:56.3 triumph. Victory Is Coming now has 31 career wins and earnings of $365,283.
| Lislea Moran wins Northfield Open Pace |
Lislea Moran was a repeat winner in Northfield Park’s $6,000 Open Pace on June 17, 2013. Thomas O’Donnell of Berlin Center, Ohio owns the 7-year-old, who stopped the timer in 1:53 for trainer Andy Rickert and driver Ryan Stahl. The son of Lislea-L’etoile-Praised Dignity was 2 ¼-lengths in front at the wire, and he now has 27 lifetime wins and $256,747 in career earnings
|Easy Strength wins Fifth Straight at Northfield
Easy Strength won her fifth straight race on June 10 at Northfield Park. Harnessed by trainer Gilbert Travis, Jr. for owner Karen Travis of Mantua, Ohio, the daughter of Royal Strength-Easy Lover-Big Victory stopped the timer in 1:57.2. It was her 14th career win and pushed her lifetime bankroll to $35,822.
|Button Fly wins Third in a Row at Northfield Park|
Button Fly paced home for his third straight win on June 11 at Northfield Park. The sophomore son of Lis mara-Earhart Hanover-Artiscape is owned by Gerald Mijal of Westland, Michigan and trained by Billy Farmer. Robert Dinning piloted Button Fly to victory in 1:57.1, and the victory pushed the gelding’s earnings to $10,232 lifetime.
| Dirt Road Phil wins third straigtht
Dirt Road Phil captured his third straight victory at Northfield Park on
June 5, The 6-year old ridgling son of Shanghai Phil-Iseult-Goliath Bayama
paced to a winning mile of 1:56.4 with Ronnie Wrenn, Jr. in the sulky.
Conditioned by Harla Loney for owner Rhonda Conn of Northfield, Ohio,
Dirt Road Phil upped his career earnings to $61,001 with his 14th lifetime win.
| Miss Two Punch wins Northfield Open |
Miss Two Punch captured the $6,000 Fillies & Mares Open Pace
Friday night at Northfield Park. Harnessed by trainer Tracy Root
for owners Tracy Root and Kathleen Doubrava-Root of Macedonia,
Ohio, the 6-year-old daughter by Allamerican Ingot was clocked in
1:56 for driver Elliott Deaton. Miss Two Punch now has $105,132 in
16 career earnings with this latest victory. She took her career
mark last year at age five of 1:54.1F. Miss Two Punch is the first
of five foals out of the unraced Cambest broodmare Matilda Hall,
andsold for $9,000 at the 2008 Lexington Select Yearling Sale.
| Pebble Creek wins Northfield Open
Pebble Creek won Northfield Park’s $6,000 Fillies and Mares Open Pace May 31, stopping the timer in 1:55.2 over a sloppy track. Owned by Debbie Bird of Ontario, Canada, the daughter of Modern Art-Hayser Creek-Threefold was reined by Keith Kash, Jr. in her wire-to-wire triumph. The 6-year-old mare now has ten career wins and earnings of $133,045.
| Victory Is Coming sets Northfield Record |
Betty & John Shaw’s Victory Is Coming established a new aged trotting record at Northfield Park on June 3, stopping the timer in 1:55.1 in the evening’s featured $6,000 Open Trot. The previous record of 1:56 was shared by Tom’s OK Lady (2009 & 2010) and Norma’s Rose (2013).
Ammon Hershberger trains and drove the 6-year-old daughter of Victory Sam who trotted her final panel in :29.3 to notch her 30th career victory. The win pushed her lifetime earnings to $362.283 and her seasonal earnings to $7,100. Victory Is Coming is the second of six foals out of the Overcomer mare Norse Comer 3 , 2:00H ($69,675).
A $13,500 yearling purchase from the 2008 Ohio Select Yearling Sale, Victory Is Coming has full siblings in: Nordic Victory 2, 2:03.3F ($32,342) and Carson’sn Victory 4, 1:59.2H ($30,802).
|Unefoisdansmavie sets Scioto Track Record
Unefoisdansmavie set a new Scioto Downs track record on May 24, trotting to a 1:52.2 victory for driver Tony Hall and trainer Ron Burke in the Open Trot. That time is a new, all-age trotting track record, shattering the previous record set by Taddy Strikes Again in 2005 of 1:54. Unefoisdansmavie, a 6-year-old daughter by Revenue S, bested her rivals by seven lengths with a :28.2 final panel brush, and tied her career best mark, set at The New Meadowlands Racetrack on January 18, 2013. Owned by Burke Racing Stable LLC, Weaver Bruscemi LLC and Jack Piatt III, Unefoisdansmavie has $266,241 in career earnings and $48,925 in seasonal earnings. The third of five foals out of the unraced Yankee Glide mare Peace To The World, Unefoisdansmavie has a full brother in the 4-year-old gelding RT’s Payday 3, 1:58.4F ($25,192).
Hanky L & Others win Scioto Sire Stakes
Four sire stakes races highlighted Scioto Downs Monday program, May 27.
Sophomore trotter Neely Spring captured the first OSS in 2:00.4 for trainer Eric Nesselroad, driver Chris Page and owner-breeder Fred Polk. Final Breath and trainer-driver Sandy Beatty nabbed the second in 1:57.1, taking home first prize for owner-breeder Duane Lowe. Sophomore pacer Hanky L scored in his OSS division in 1:53 at odds of 42-1 for driver Jack Dailey and trainer Herb LeVan, while Retreive Forever took the fourth OSS with Brent Miller in the sulky for trainer Brian Brown in 1:54.1. Retreive Forever is owned by Country Club Acres Inc, Daniel Wozniak and Kalinoski Stable.
| Classical Man Wins Northfield Park Opens Monday
Classical Man (above) won Northfield’s $6,000 Open Trot for owner/trainer William Bercury of Slippery Rock, Pennsylvania that same night. The 12-year-old son of Malabar Man-Classical Motion-Crowning Point was clocked in 1:57 with Aaron Merriman at the controls. This tough aged gelding now has 39 career wins and earnings of $587,6356.
Posey Patch wins Northfield Open
Posey Patch won Northfield’s $6,000 Fillies and Mares Open Pace
for owner Gregory Gardner of Sheridan, Michigan on May 24,
clocked in 1:56. Trainer Dean Eckley harnessed the 6-year-old
mare for driver Sugg. Posey Patch now has 17 career wins
and earnings of $46,425.
| Lima Apollo wins Northfield Open Trot
Lima Apollo won the $6,000 Open Trot on May 13 for owner David Addy of
Norwich, Ohio and trainer Ryan Angus. The son of Jailhouse Jesse-Alota
Iliad-Armbro Iliad was clociked in 1:57.2 for driver Tyler Smith. The
6-year-old now 12 career victories and a bankroll of $132,858.
| High Stakes Banker Wins at Northfield |
High Stakes Banker trotted home for his third straight win, clocked in 1:59.4 on May 15 at Northfield Park. Steered by David Majeski for trainer John Williams and owner Larry Dampier of Akron, the 5-year-old gelding pushed his career earnings to $68,868. High Stakes Banker is a son of Here Comes Herbie-Banker’s Princess-Malabar Man.
| Fox Valley Amour wins 50th career win
Fox Valley Armor captured his 50th career victory on May 8 at Northfield Park, clocked in 1:57.4 for driver Jason Merriman. The 11-year-old son of Sportsmaster-Sew With Silk-Timujin has 236 career starts, with 33 seconds and 29 thirds, and is trained by Andy Rickert. Fox Valley Amor has career earnings of $548,663 and a lifetime mark of 1:51 taken at The Meadows at age eight. The pacer’s richest win was for a purse of $50,000 in a stake race at Harrahs Chester in 2007.
| Power Everywhere wins Sixth Straight|
Power Everywhere paced home for her sixth straight win May 8 at Northfield Park with Robin Miller in the sulky, timed in 1:57.4. The 4-year-old mare was bred and is owned by Edwin Harwood of Monroe, Michigan and is trained by Calvin “Buck” Hollar. The victory pushed the daughter of Kilowatt-Imagine Anywhere-Camluck lifetime win tally to 10 and her career earnings to $16,048.
| Traczar wins Northfield Open Pace
Traczar won Northfield Park’s $5,000 Open Pace for owner Kimberly Smith of Youngstown, Ohio on May 6 with Dan Noble in the sulky. Trainer Donald Schettig conditions the son of Blissfull Hall-Banska Bela-Kiev Hanover, who was clocked in 1:54.2. The victory is the second consecutive for the 9-year-old, who now has 22 career wins and $222,090 in lifetime earnings.
| West River Tex wins third in a row |
West River Tex captured his third straight race on May 6 at Northfield Park,
stopping the clock in 1:53.4 for driver Aaron Merriman. The 7-year-old is
owned by Ronald Best of Northfield and is conditioned by Harla Loney.
The son of Western Success-West River Isobel-Harrods pushed his
lifetime earnings to $76,093 with the win, the 26th of his career.
| Victory Is Coming wins at Northfield
Victory Is Coming was first across the wire in the $5,000 Open Trot in Northfield Park’s opening on Monday, April 29, 2013. Betty and John Red Shaw of Mount Vernon, Ohio own the six-year-old trotter. Ammon Hershberger trains and drove the mare, who was timed in 1:57.
| Power Everywhere wins fifth Straight at NP |
Power Everywhere paced home for her fifth straight win on May 1 at Northfield
Park in 1:57.3. The 4-year old is owned by Edwin Harwood of Monroe, Michigan.
Trainer Calvin Hollar harnessed the mare for driver Robin Miller.
| Power Everywhere wins Fourth at Northfield
Power Everywhere won her fourth straight race on April 24 at Northfield
Park. The 4-year old is owned by Edwin Harwood of Monroe, Michigan
and trained by Calvin Hollar. The victory was one of two harnessed by
Hollar that night. The victory increased Power Everywhere’s
(Kilowatt-Imagine Anywhere-Camluck) lifetime wins to eight and her
career earnings to $13,448.
| Charisma Hanover wins Courageous Lady |
The Ron Burke-trained Charisma Hanover was given a perfect steer by Dave Palone to capture dthe $84,000 Courageous Lady Friday night, April 26 at Northfield Park in Cleveland, Ohio. The mare stopped the timer in 1:53, using a :27.4 final panel brush to notch the victory.
| Doc's Zhivago wins third straight at Northfield
On March 25, 2013 at Northfield Park, Doc's Zhivago scored his third straight win.
| Dan Noble scores big night at Northfield |
Dan Noble, 30, drove five winners on April 9, 2013 at Northfield Park. Noble’s winners included Carolina Song in race four, Band’s Superstar in race six, Contech in race eight, Goodnite Wilbur in race nine and Epes in race ten. Noble started driving in 1999 and has since garnered 3,192 career victories and is approaching $12.2 million in purse earnings. Noble is always quick to thank his father, Sam “Chip” Noble III for his success, “He has taught me a lot and he’s had a big influence on me and my driving career.”
| Mainline Hall scores career win 50!
On March 19, 2013 at Northfield Park, the 11-year-old Cambest gelding
Mainline Hall scored his 50th career win for Aaron Merriman.
|Richie The Clown wins 20th start of the season at Northfield|
| Bolt The Duer wins the Cleveland Classic at Northfield Park on December 8, 2013
||Dan Noble scored his 3,000th career victory at Batavia |
Downs on Saturday night, October 6, 2012.
|Igotafeelin wins on Sept. 16, 2012 at Delaware with Dan Noble driving
||Darena Hanover captured the $296,050 Jugette on |
September 19, 2012 at the Delaware County
Fairgrounds in 1:51 for driver Yannick Gingras.
Countess Leigh & driver Marty Wollam
Countess Leigh was the most dominant winner among the eight $100,000 Ohio Sires
Stakes finals contested as part of Ohio Super Night at Scioto Downs on Saturday.
Trainer Marty Wollam sent Countess Leigh to the front at the start as the 3-5 favorite.
But the 3-1 second choice Royal Fricassee was right on her back as Countess
Leigh trotted past the half-mile marker in :59.4.
|Buzzen Troubador (#2) edges Master Miracle (#4) in the $25,700 Ohio Breeders Championship for two-year-old colt trotters on Sept. 18, 2012 at Delaware, Ohio |
|My Last Chance and driver Skip Noble win a $20,000 Ohio Breeders Stake on August 25 at Scioto Downs.
||Real Touch (9) in the center of the track prevails for her third straight win over the best pacing distaffers at Scioto on September 8, 2012|
|Air-stewart coasts to the wire an easy winner in
1:57.4 for driver Ray Paver on August 16, 2012.
|Pink Camo (5) and Tony Hall sets the track record with a win |
over Cating Around (3) on August 24, 2012 at Scioto Downs.
|Feelin Lika Winner wins for driver Kayne Kauffman in a
Buckeye State Pace division for freshmen males
at Scioto Downs on Aug. 4, 2012
|McStraight and driver Chris Page coasted to a comfortable|
win in 1:51.4 in the $15,000 Open Pace at Scioto Downs
on August 11, 2012.
Special Lady D (1) holds off Standing Danette in the $42,000 Ohio’s First Lady Pace on Aug. 4 at Scioto Downs.
Pink Camo set a new Scioto Downs track record for Tony
Hall on Aug. 2, 2012 of 1:52.4.
|Jetstream Friskie wins his Ohio Sires Stakes for Kayne Kauffman on
July 14 at Scioto Downs.
|Look At Count wins her Ohio Sires Stakes for freshman trotting fillies at |
Scioto Downs on July 21, 2012. Ammon Hershberger trains and drives the winner.
|Dusto wins an Ohio Sire Stakes event on July 4 at Scioto Downs
||LF Topas wins at Scioto Downs in 1:58.1 on July 12 for driver Kyle Ater|
|Heza Rube wins an Ohio Sire Stakes event on July 4 at Sciot Downs
||Final Breath wins an Ohio Sire Stakes event on July 4 at Scioto Downs|
| C'mon Blaze wins the fifth race on June 30 at Scioto Downs.
|| That Friskie Feelin' & driver Kyle Ater win on July 4 at Scioto Downs|
| In Theory breezed to an easy 1:52.2 win in the Open Pace June 23 at Scioto Downs.
Quick N’ Slick made a bold move in sweeping past the leaders at the ¾-pole to win
the featured June 22 trot at Scioto Downs
| Scott Cox pilots Rose Run Nellie to victory in Ohio Sires Stakes action.
|| Southwind Pepino won the feature trot at Scioto Downs on June 15, 2012. |
|Noble Trick wins an Ohio Sire Stake for driver Aaron
Merriman in 1:54 on May 28, 2012 at Scioto Downs.
| Larry Ferrari steers DW's Judy to win at Northfield on June 5, 2012|
Whotooksam coasts through the homestretch for trainer-driver Ray Paver on May 17, 2012 at Scioto Downs
| J’s Six Pak Attack upsets in Scioto feature on May 26, 2012|
| TK’s Diva trots to victory in the 2012 opening night feature at Scioto
|| Allamerican Union wins Over The Hill Gang Pace|
May 12, 2012
| Big Bad John wins the Little Brown Jug
Big Bad John, owned by Ed Telle of nearby Powell (as Winchester Baye Acres), trained
by Delaware’s Ron Potter, and driven by native Ohioan David Miller, become the first
horse stabled year round on the Delaware Fairgrounds to ever win the Little Brown Jug
when he posted a straight heat victory on Sept. 22 at the Delaware County Fair. Big Bad John, a son of Western Hanover-Trulyawork Of Art, won his first-heat elimination
in a time of 1:50.2, then came back to take the $252,864 second-heat final in 1:50,
a national season's record for a 3-year-old pacing colt on a half-mile track.
|Idyllic wins the Jugette for David Miller|
Count Me In (Sam Noble III) captures the 2-year-old colt and gelding Ohio
Breeders Championship trot in a track record equaling 1:58. To read
the rest of the story, CLICK HERE
| Lady Andover Takes $96,800 Buckette |
Ron Pierce sent Lady Andover off the gates wings and earned the top spot just after
the eighth pole and never looked back in Wednesday action at the Delaware County
Fair. The final time was 1:57 3/5 over the “good” track. The Bob Stewart trainee
won for the fourth straight time for Winterberry Farm Ltd. of Dudley, MA.
| At the Delaware County Fairgrounds
Friskie Beauty won the $29,000 Ohio Breeder’s Championship on Sept. 18.
to read the whole story, CLICK HERE
| Aaron Byron & Hare Craft |
Hare Craft repeated his Super Night win from last season in
taking the $75,000 Ohio Sire Stakes for sophomore pacing colts
at Scioto Downs on Saturday night. His 1:51 clocking was the
fastest mile of the Scioto season. To read all about Ohio's Super
Night, Click Here
| Tuneriffic Wins Scioto Open Pace
Tuneariffic won Scioto Downs Open Pace on Aug 27 in 1:53.
J.D. Wengerd was in the bike for trainer-owner Johnny Yoder of
Dundee, Ohio. The 7-year-old gelded son of Tune Town had
made eight starts at Dover Downs in the first three months of
the season, then was off until he paced through a 1:56.3 qualifier
at Northfield Park recently. He won by more than 20
lengths with a final fraction in :28 seconds.
| Near The Limit Wins Scioto Feature|
Near The Limit scored his 42nd lifetime victory for trainer-driver J.D.
Wengerd in winning Labor Day’s feature at Scioto Downs. The 9-year-old
son of Yankee Glide was sent off by bettors at 2-1 and scored in 1:58.4.
Owned by Bert Dale Hershberger of Millersburg, Ohio, the bay gelding
won in 1:58.4. It was the fifth win in 13 starts for Near The Limit, and
pushed his career earnings past $330,000.
| Wildfire Princess Wins Fourth Straight at Scioto
Wildfire Princess won her fourth in a row in an Aug. 19th pace at Scioto
Downs in 1:54.4, equaling her lifetime mark. J.D. Wengerd was in the bike
for owners Carl Howard and Bradley Rucker and trainer Virgil Morgan, Jr.
| Lis Deo Strongest in Scioto Feature |
Lis Deo paced past the leaders to win in 1:55.3 by 2-1/4 lengths to win
Scioto Downs featured event on August 20 with Kayne Kauffman driving
for trainer Chris McGuire, who owns the 6-year-old in partnership with
Huggybear Racing LLC. It was Lis Deo’s fifth win in 21 starts this year.
Lis Deo is a gelded son of The Panderosa from Lisheen by Abercrombie.
He was one of three winners Saturday night for Kayne Kauffman.
| Caribean Cruise wins Third Straight at Scioto
The 4-year-old mare Caribean Cruise has found a home at Scioto Downs as she
demonstrated again on Friday by winning the Fillies and Mares Open Pace
easily in 1:56.2. J.D. Wengerd was in the bike for trainer Joshua Cochran,
who co-owns the Yankee Cruise mare with John Montgomery. It was her third
straight win at Scioto after she had only won once at Northfield in 2011.
| She’s A Jailbird wins Scioto Feature|
She's A Jailbird got up to win to win by 1-3/4 lengths for trainer-driver Mike Mye
on August 14 at Scioto Downs. The mile was 2:03.1. It was the first win of the 2011
season for the 4-year-old daughter of Jailhouse Jesse, who is owned by Mark
Myers of Xenia, Ohio.
| Gun Shy wins Buckeye State Pace
Gun Show remained unbeaten in four lifetime starts by rocketing past
his rivals in the final quarter to win the $53,300 Buckeye State Pace
at Scioto Downs on Saturday in 1:56.2. Dan Noble drove for trainer
Jim Arledge, Jr. and owners Milton Leeman and Dustin Arledge.
|Camcoder Wins Scioto Open|
The 10-year-old Ohio warhorse Camcoder pushed his earnings past $250,000 with a victory in the Open Pace at Scioto Downs on Saturday night. David Myers drove the veteran to an easy 1:54.1 win.
| Smok'n Muscles Wins Scioto Feature
Smok’n Muscles captured the featured trot at Scioto Downs on July 17 in
1:58.3. The 3-year-old son of Muscles Yankee nailed his third win in four
starts this year for owner Jeanie E. Gomex and trainer Virgil Morgan, Jr.
|CR Hope Scores Third in a Row |
For the third straight week, C R Hope came from off the pace to win the Fillies
and Mares Open at Scioto Downs in dramatic fashion on Friday night. Kyle Ater
was in the bike for winning trainer Harley Jolliff, who co-owns the six-year-old
mare with Willie Hale who stopped the timer in 1:54.2.
| CR Hope Wins Scioto Open Friday
Kyle Ater drove C R Hope to victory in the Fillies and Mares Open at Scioto
Downs on Friday, in 1:54.4 after moderate fractions. It was the fifth win
in 23 starts for the daughter of Full Of Fun, who is trained by Harley Jolliff,
who owns her partnership with Willie Hale. She pushed her career earnings
| Ater Scores with Whythehellnot |
Ater won the July 9 Ohio Lottery Race of the Night with Whythehellnot N, a
New Zealand-bred 7-year-old stallion trained by Mary Dawson for owner
Herman Hageman of Virginia. Whythehellnot N scored by a half-length in 1:54.
| Noble Wins Scioto River Trot Divisions
Ohio Hall of Famer Chip Noble drove the winners of both divisions of Sunday’s
Scioto River Trot. The first went to Swing Anna Cash, a 3-year-old lass by
Cash Hall trained by Dee Hotton, who also owns the winner in partnership
with Bruce Hotton. Noble drove to her to a comfortable 2:00 victory. It
was the first win in four starts this season for Swing Anna Cash.
|Gun Show Wins Ohio Sire Stakes at Scioto Downs|
Gun Show captured the $35,300 Ohio Sires Stakes for freshman pacers at Scioto
Downs on July 2. Dan Noble piloted the colt to a half-length win over favored
Feelin Perfect in 1:57. It was the first purse start for Gun Show, who is owned
by Milton Leeman and Dustin Arledge and trained by Jim Arledge, Jr.
| Lis Deo Scores in 1:54.2 at Scioto Downs
Driver Jack Dailey shot Lis Deo out of the gate with confidence
at Scioto Downs and the 6-year-old gelding was never headed in
his 1:54.2 win, second fastest mile of the evening. It was the third
win in 15 starts this year for Lis Deo, whose juvenile mark of
1:50.2 in 2007 makes him one of the fastest 2-year-old geldings
in harness racing history. Dailey set fractions of :27.1, :55.4
and 1:24.1 as he held a three-length lead on his pursuers.
He is a son of The Panderosa out of Lisheen by Abercrombie
and his career earnings are nearing $320,000.
| Shell I Attack Wins Scioto Open |
Shell I Attack (above) captured Scioto’s Fillies & Mares Open Pace on June 24 in 1:54.2.
J.D. Wengerd piloted the 6-year-old bay mare for owner and trainer Jim Kiesel of
Litchfield, Ohio. It was her third win in nine tries this season and pushed her
career earnings past $172,000.
| ML Cupcake Wins Ohio Sire Stakes
The trotting filly ML Cupcake led all the way to win in 1:58.3 over Fire In The
Cell and Rockin H Winnie with Chip Noble in the sulky. She is trained by
Scott Mogan for William Johnson and Douglas Millard.
|What's The Hurry wins Scioto Filly & Mare Open |
Favored What’s The Hurry gave her backers some anxious moments on
Friday night at Scioto Downs but driver Jeremy Smith got her up in
the final strides to win the Fillies & Mares Open Pace in 1:53.3.
| Feelin Perfect Paces sub-2:00 at Scioto
Feelin Perfect won in 1:57.4 for trainer-driver Guy Malone, by five lengths
in Scioto Downs baby race on June 7, 2011.
|'Muscles' Tops at Scioto Downs |
Trainer-owner Virgil Morgan, Jr. unleashed an impressive sophomore trotter
in Smoke’n Muscles, who scored a maiden win in 1:59.1 for driver Dan Noble.
The son of Muscles Yankee won by an 11 length margin on June 5, 2011.
|Filly Power Wins in 1:59.3
Filly Power (7) shot past her rivals in the final strides to win by a head.
It was her second win in six starts this season and a new lifetime mark of 1:59.3
for driver Jonas Hershberger and owner-trainer Kenneth Berger of Findlay, Ohio.
| Dancin Yankee Fastest in Ohio Sire Stakes |
Little Brown Jug eligible Dancin Yankee won the third division of the
Ohio Sires Stakes for sophomore pacers at Scioto Downs on Monday,
May 30, in 1:52.1, the fastest mile of the meet to date.
|Valentowner & Dan Noble win Scioto Open on May 28, 2011
|| 2011 Qualifying Action at Scioto Downs|
Mythical Hall & Sandy Beatty in action at Scioto Downs
| Western Silk Wins $353,400 Jugette
Western Silk and Mark MacDonald win the $353,400 Jugette at Delaware.
| Rock N Roll Heaven |
Rock N Roll Heaven wins The Breeders Crown
& the 2010 Little Brown Jug for 3-Year-Old Pacers.
| Jesse's Messenger
2009 Horse of the Year & 2009 Two-Year-Old Trotting Filly of the Year
| Best Of Ball|
winning at Northfield Park in 2010
| Cool Colby
|| Hawk's Cry Electcra|
| Mystique Cruiser
|| Noble Falcon|
2009 Ohio Aged Pacer of the Year
| Rembrandt Spur
|| Rose Run Keepsake|
2009 Ohio 3-Year-Old Filly Trotter of the Year
| Trick Man
|| Buck I St. Pat 6, 1:52.M ($1,401,952)|
2009 USHWA Dan Patch Winner & Older Female
Trotter of The Year & 2009 Ohio Aged Trotter of the Year
2009 & 2010 Breeders Crown Winner
| Well Said
Wins the 2009 Little Brown Jug
| Majestic Osborne|
2010 Inductee into the Ohio Standadrbred Hall of Fame
| Crysta's Best
2010 Inductee into the Ohio Standardbred Hall of Fame
| Jates Boy|
Jate's Boy wins for Dan Noble on July 10, 2010 at Scioto Downs
| ML Cupcake
ML Cupcake (2A) and driver Chip Noble surge past Minnie Spur
(1A) in the stretch to win in 1:58.4, on Aug. 27, 2010.
| Faster N Funk|
Driver Sandy Beatty jogs Faster N Funk back
to the winner's circle afteon Sept 3, 2010
| Victory Is Coming (#1) & Jesse's Messenger (#6)
Victory Is Coming trots past Jesse's Messenger to win the
$36,000 Ohio Sires Stakes for sophomore filly trotters in 1:56
on Sept. 6, 2010.
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