Grove City, OH — Harness racing is back in Ohio and that means the 2020 Ohio Fantasy Racing League is back for its fourth season.
Owners will create a fantasy stable which will consist of six horses, two must be 2-year-old Ohio sired. The other four can be of any ages but must be chosen from pre-determined rosters of horses.
Entry forms and lists of eligible horses are available on the OHHA website.
First prize is $2,500 cash prize and one share in a fractional ownership stable that is registered with the USTA for 2021. Second place is a $1,000 cash prize, third place is a $750 cash prize, fourth place is a $500 cash prize and fifth place is a $250 cash prize. Additional prizes will be awarded. See contest rules for details.
The contest is open to anyone that has not owned a Standardbred that has raced in the past two years. Fractional ownership of less than five percent does not count as ownership for this contest.
The winning stable will be determined by total stable earnings between June 12 and Breeders Crown Day, Oct. 31. See official contest rules for tie breaking procedures.
Stable owners are encouraged to use a virtual stable to inform them when their horses will be racing.
Standings will be updated on the OHHA website and via social media outlets.
The OHHA would like to encourage current industry people to tell their friends about the contest. For every person that a current horseman refers, the person referring will get one entry into a drawing to win two tickets to the 2020 Little Brown Jug Hospitality Tent. The more unique people referred, the more entries they receive. A drawing will be held after all entries have been received.