Ohio State Racing Commission
2018 Ohio Sires Stakes Photo Gallery
Bad Girls Rule won her $40,000 Ohio Sires Stakes in 1:54.1 for driver Dan Noble, trainer Jim Dailey and the 3rd Floor Stables of Springboro, Ohio.
Non Smoker, with trainer Dan Noble in the sulky strides to victory in 1:54, a new track record for 3-year-old trotting fillies as she won her $50,000 Ohio Sires Stakes on May 4 for Stephen Sexton of Xenia, Ohio.
Pet Walker captured her $40,000 Ohio Sires Stakes in 1:52 for Dan Noble, trainer Gregory Luther and Black Magic Racing of Reynoldsburg, Ohio.
Mc Pansy & Trace Tetrick established a new Miami valley track record & a national season's mark for a 3-year-old pacing filly on a five-eighths mile track en route to winning her $40,000 Ohio Sires Stakes division on May 4 at Miami Valley Raceway. The McArdle daughter is trained by Brian Brown for the Emerald Highlands Farm of Mount Vernon, Ohio, who also bred the filly.
Red Storm (#8) bests Impinktoo (#2) by a whisker in their $50,000 OSS division. Sandra Burnett of Wilmington, Ohio bred and owns the Chris Beaver trainee.
Queen Me Again captured her $40,000 OSS division in 1:53 with Trace Tetrick at the lines for trainer Brian Brown and breeder/owner Emerald Highlands Farm of Mount Vernon, Ohio.
Lather Up captured his $40,000 Ohio Sires Stakes division on Sunday afternoon, May 6 at Miami Valley Raceway in a new track record clocking of 1:50, which was also a national season's mark for a 3-year-old pacing colt on a five-eighth's mile oval. The son of I"m Gorgeous is owned by Gary & Barbara Iles of Harrington, DE, trained by Brenda Teague and driven by Montrell Teague.
Bounding Dragon won his OSS division in 1:53 with Josh Sutton driving for trainer Mike Roth and owners Alan Keith and Carl & Melanie Atley on May 6 at Miami Valley Raceway.
Mission Accepted and driver Ryan Stahl won their OSS test in 1:53 on May 6 at Miami Valley for trainer Jeff Conger, who co-owns the colt in partnership with Knox Services and David Wills.
Northmedo Mission and driver Aaron Merriman stride to victory in their OSS test in 1:56.3 on May 6 at Miami Valley Raceway. The Manofmanymissions gelding is trained by Mike Medors for the Northmedo Stable of Painesville, Ohio.
Rockn Motion and Danny Noble stride to victory in their OSS division in 1:51.1 on May 6 at Miami Valley. The Pet Rock colt is trained by Jim Dailey for Ronald Mersky of Paris, Kentucky.
Sultan Of Cash won his OSS division in 1:56 on May 6 at Miami Valley Raceway for driver Ronnie Wrenn, Jr., and trainer-owner Roger Hughes, Jr., of Jamestown, Ohio.
Prsntpretynperfect (5-2) battled on the outside of undefeated stablemate Queen Me Again (5-2) to prevail in the final yards by a quarter length in a career best 1:52.4. The daughter of Big Bad John is owned by Jenny Brown, Richard Lombardo and Marlene Taylor. Bred by Carl Howard, Prsntpretynperfect upped her career earnings to $145,166
9-2 Smiley Dragon exploded down the backstretch, making a three-wide move for driver Ronnie Wrenn, Jr., that saw her draw off impressively in 1:52.4, by 3½ lengths. Smiley Dragon, a Dragon Again filly, was bred and is owned by Emerald Highland’s Farm.
McPansy, a McArdle daughter, gave Brown his third victress in the final OSS division, stopping the timer in 1:52.3 for the one mile test. Bred and owned by Emerald Highland’s Farm, McPansy pushed her career earnings to $44,500.
Mission Accepted & driver Ryan Stahl stride to victory in the $40,000 Ohio SIres Stakes for 3-year-old trotting colts (Leg 2) on June 15 at Cioto Downs.
Rising MVP wins his $40,000 Ohio Sires Stakes for 3-year-old trotting colts on June 15, 2018 at Scioto Downs.
Uncle Buck captures his $40,000 Ohio Sires Stakes on June 15 at Scioto Downs for Aaron Merriman.
Driver Ryan Stahl was back in the winner’s circle in the second OSS division, this time with Bosley, an altered son by Manofmanymissions, who was clocked in a snappy, front-stepping 1:59.2. Trained by Scott Cox for the Parent Racing Stable and G Peters, Bosley was sent off at 11-1, besting 9-5 favorite Cravin For Cash (Greg Grismore) by a length, with 2-1 Pattis Main Man (Kyle Ater) third.
In the first OSS division Homer Hall, a gelded son by Broadway Hall, took a solid, front-end journey with Ryan Stahl at the lines to nail down his third consecutive victory. A surprising 15-1 shot, Homer Hall was clocked in a career best 1:59.3, besting 15-1 rival Here Comes Moony (Tyler Smith) and 13-1 Yes (Anthony MacDonald) who got up for third.
Double click here to add text.In the final OSS division, it was a son of Wishing Stone who took home first place honors. Lane Of Stone, a 9-1 shot, stopped the clock in 1:59.3 for breeders/owners Harry & Iris Horowitz. Jeff Nisonger was in the sulky behind the Mark Winters-trained youngster, who overtook the 60-1 leading Friggun Biggun (Anthony MacDonald) in the stretch to nail down his second career victory. Peter Trottintail (Tony Hall), a 25-1 longshot, was second, a quarter of a length behind the winner, while Friggun Biggun held on for third.
Oh So Pine captured the third OSS division impressively in 2:01.3 as the public’s 1-2 favorite. Reined by Anthony MacDonald for Jason McGinnis, the brown son by Uncle Peter got a come-from-behind steer to notch his second career victory for Thestable Oh So Pine Group.
TC’s Best captured the fourth OSS division as the 3-5 choice with Aaron Merriman at the helm, timed in confident 1:59. This Triumphant Caviar colt looked every bit the determined combatant for trainer and co-owner Chris Beaver, and partners J. Gallagher, Moger-Delia Racing and Steven Zeehandelar, as he held off the 6-1 challenging Dylan The Great (Chris Page) by 1¾ lengths. Just A Passenger, an 80-1 longshot, nailed down show honors for driver Jeremy Indof.