Grove City, OH — The Buckeye Stallion Series made a stop at Eldorado Scioto Downs on Tuesday night (July 14) for the third leg of the 3-year-old colt and filly trot. A total of nine divisions went to the post, five division of colts and geldings and four divisions for fillies.
It was a big night for owner Marion Beachy who had two wins with his gelding trotters.
Enforce The Law, by Triumphant Caviar out of Shez Jailbait, was a winner with Ronnie Wrenn Jr. for trainer Joseph Kramp in 1:56.2. The gelding got away second and was shuffled fourth only to come on and score by a neck.
The other winner was Exhibit Class, by Triumphant Caviar out of Classic Blaze. Wrenn got the Sean Smithpeters trained gelding away fourth and powered up three wide in the final turn to win by a neck in 1:56.1. The mile was the co-fastest of the night for the colts.
The other fast mile was turned in by Breakout The Gold in 1:56.1 with Tyler Smith for Norm Parker. The Break The Bank K-Lady Sierra Gold trotter is owned by Robert Key.
Rose Run Valor found the winner’s circle in 1:56.4 with Ryan Stahl for Eric Hamlet. The winner is sired by Uncle Peter out of Donven Promise. The gelding is owned by David Van Dusen and Michael Osborne.
Luckey Stormin was placed the winner in 1:56.4 with owner-driver Josh Slater and owner-trainer Elpidio Bernardi Jr. when Gabby’s Wild Child was disqualified for going inside pylons. The gelding is by Stormin Normand out of Fef Fef For Sure.
The fillies were led by Susie D who had the fastest win in 1:55.3 with Jeremy Smith for Bryan Weaver. The Uncle Peter miss out of Minor Skirmish is owned by Donna Anderson was a winner by a head.
Muskingum, by Triumphant Caviar out of Abbey Craig, was a winner in 1:57.2 for trainer-driver Sandy Beatty. The filly was eighth at the half but circled the field to get the victory by seven lengths. She is owned by Beatty along with Larry Riffe, William Johnson II and Ray Thacker Jr.
Lights Down Low by Uncle Peter out of Swing Anna Cash was a winner for Tyler Smith and Trent Stohler in 1:57.2. She is owned by Trent Stohler Stable and Tim and Benjamin Graber.
Lightning Belle was a winner in 1:58 in a wire-to-wire effort, with Ryan Stahl and Scott Cox. The daughter of Dejarmbro-Deborah Maroon is owned by G Peters.
The fourth leg for the 3-year-old filly trotters is Wednesday (Aug. 19) at MGM Northfield Park. The fourth leg for the 3-year-old colt trotters is Tuesday (Aug. 25) at Eldorado Scioto Downs.
The next event in the Buckeye Stallion Series is the second leg of the 2-year-old filly trot at MGM Northfield Park tonight (July 15).