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Ohio Breeders Championship races on Jug Day undercard
Thursday, September 21, 2017 - by Jay Wolf, publicity director, the Little Brown Jug

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Delaware, OH --- Four divisions of the $145,184 Ohio Breeders Championship for freshman pacing colts were held on Thursday (Sept. 21) as part of the Little Brown Jug Day undercard at the Delaware County Fair.

Three $36,296 divisions were won by trainer Brian Brown -- Rock On Creek (Chris Page), Dragonology (David Miller) and Slick Mick (Ronnie Wrenn Jr.). The final division was won by Born To Be Bad (Andy Miller).

The $113,385 sophomore colt OBC paces were won by Scotch McEwan (Josh Sutton), Camwood (Kayne Kauffman) and Barnabas (Ronnie Wrenn Jr.). Camwood paid $50.00 to win.

A pair of $53,543 3-year-old filly OBC paces were won by Berazzled (Ronnie Wrenn Jr.) and Rosa’s Touch (Matt Kakaley).

The $11,500 OBC for older pacers went to Miss Me Yet (Montrell Teague) in 1:52.1. The mare has won three straight OBC races.

Trainer Brian Brown won five races on the 22-race card.

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