Miss Versatility Mare Trot debuts Wednesday at Delaware

by Tom White, publicity director, the Little Brown Jug

Delaware, OH – Ticket To Glide and Mystical Sunshine, who won the first two legs of the first annual Miss Versatility Trot, will meet in Wednesday’s $100,000 Final at the Delaware County Fair. The series is for trotting mares 4-years-old and up.

Ticket To Glide won the opening round at Tioga Downs, a five-eighths mile track, over Mystical Sunshine in 1:56.3. Mystical Sunshine then captured the second leg, raced September 7 at Vernon Downs, in 1:55-flat over Three Little Words and Ticket To Glide. Vernon Downs is a seven-eighths mile track.

Ticket To Glide, a 4-year-old by Yankee Glide, will start from post No.4 and will be driven by Brian Sears. Ron Pierce will drive Mystical Sunshine from the seven hole. Mystical Sunshine is also by Yankee Glide. Three little Words will start from the rail and will be driven by David Miller.

Mr. Pine Chip To Race In Thursday’s $75,000 Old Oaken Bucket

Mr. Pine Chip, a $612,340 seven time race winner this season, heads Thursday’s $75,000 Old Oaken Bucket for three-year-old colt trotters at the Delaware Fair.

Mr. Pine Chip was six-for-six when he raced in the $1,500,000 Hambletonian in early August, but he broke stride early on and finished tenth in the Triple Crown event.

The SJ’s Caviar colt will also race in the Kentucky Futurity and Breeders Crown events later this season.

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