Delaware, OH --- Fayco Filly and Brad Hanners found enough daylight in the stretch and sprinted past the pacesetting Crown Time Keeper (Chris Page) to win a $21,088 division of the Ohio Breeders Championship for 2-year-old filly pacers on the opening day card at the Delaware County Fair.
Jay Wolf photo Fayco Filly (#2) and Brad Hanners cruises past Crown Time Keeper (#1) to score in the $21,088 Ohio Breeders Championship for 2-year-old filly pacers during Sunday action at the Delaware County Fair.
The daughter of Dave Panlone-Miss Titletown is conditioned by Virgil Morgan, Jr. for Martial Property LLC and Ackley Racing Stable, both of Washington Court House, Ohio.
In the first $21,088 division of the freshman filly pace, Kyle Ater drove Rosy Fire to an open length victory in 1:58.4. The daughter of Feelin Friskie-Justin Rose Jet is owned by B. M. Schwartz, Lee Bean and S. R. Montemarano and trained by Mark Winters, Sr.
In the Billings Amateur Trot, Bud Hatfield scored for the record breaking sixth time at the Delaware County Fair. Hatfield and Brother Gus took the early lead and he held off the late charge of Thomas Williams and D W's Perky Joe in 2:00.4. Hatfield owns Brother Gus who won for the third time in 2013.
In the first Billings division, Larry Farley guided Rewrite The Rules to victory in 2:03.1. Farley owns the 10-year-old gelded son of Mr Lavec who won for the 37th time in 203 career starts.
In the Tim Fouts Memorial Final for amateur drivers, Dillon Cox and Sharp Shuttle came from off the pace to score in 1:59. The race features the top drivers from various driving clubs from across the US. Cox represented the Mid-Western Amateur Drivers Association.
The Delaware County Fair will race again on Tuesday, September 17 with a post time of 12 Noon. The 13-race card will feature a $10,000 guaranteed Pick-4 with a 15% takeout. The Pick-4 will start with race 10.