A pair of three-year-old colts have been added to the 77th Annual Little Brown Jug (Thursday, September 22, presented by the Ohio Harness Horseman’s Association, for $45,000.
By the missal (At the seaside) is owned by Burke Racing Stable, Eric Good, Rich Lombardo Racing and Weaver Bruscemi and is packaged by Ron Burke.
He is looking to become the first Ohio-raised Jug Champion since BJ Scoot (1988).
Bythemissal had just one start as a two-year-old but made up for lost time this season. He has amassed over $537,000 in prize money with his wins at the $350,000 Adios Pace Final and the $300,000 Carl Milstein Memorial.
Please let me know (American ideal) was recently crowned New York Sire Stakes champion. He is trained by Travis Alexander for the stable Fiddler’s Creek.
The homebred has eight season wins in 12 starts and has earned $522,194 over its lifetime.
The extra starters did well in the Little Brown Jug. Two of Jug’s recent champions were additional entries – Wiggle It Jiggleit (2015) and Courtly Choice (2018)
The full field will be announced after the entry box closes on Monday, September 19e at 10:00 a.m.
by Jay Wolf, for the Little Brown Jug