Harness Racing began yesterday and continues today (Thursday) at 12 Noon at the Dayton Fair. The races are all Pennsylvania Sire Stakes. Here are several highlights from yesterday’s races.
Race 3 winner was “Integer”, owned and driven by Wayne Long from Delaware. Officials are shown presenting Long with the blanket. The purse was $7,875 in this Two-Year-Old Colts and Geldings B group category.
Race 4 was a close race. The winner was “Justice Matters” in the Two-Year-Old Colts and Geldings B group category. Wayne Long was the driver. The horse is owned by William Kreutzer from Rural Valley and Denton Barrett from Dayton. The purse was $2,750. The second place winner was “Keystone Viktor”. Eric Neal was the driver. The horse is owned by Neal Racing Stables in Punxsutawney.
The Race 5 winner was “Singing Siren”. Todd Schadel was the driver. The owner is Robert Key From Leechburg. (Two-Year-Old Fillies A group) The purse was $7875.
The Race 8 winner was “TSM Opal Dancer”. Eric Neal was the driver. The owner is Ted Thompson from Brackenridge. (Two-Year-Old Fillies B group). The purse was $2,700.