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2019 Ohio Sires Stakes Photo Gallery
Aunt Rose  3-year-old trotting filly May 3 at Miami Valley
Avaline Hanover 3-year-old pacing filly May 3 at Miami Valley
Bella's Rose Power, 3-year-old trotting filly May 3 at Miami Valley
Queen of the Pride 3-year-old pacing filly May 3 at Miami Valley.
Lane Of Stone 3-year-old trotting colt May 5 at Miami Valley.
Patti's Main Man 3-year-old trotting colt May 5 at Miami Valley.
Rock Candy holds off Dislocator in the 3-year-old colt pace
on May 5 at Miami Valley.
Seattle Hanover wins a 3-year-old colt pace on May 5
at Miami Valley.
Wittyville 3-year-old trotting colt May 5 at Miami Valley.
Pure Chance & Jason Thompson win a $50,000 Ohio Sires Stakes for 3-year-old trotting fillies on June 8 at Northfield.
Only Take Cash & Aaron Merriman win a $50,000 Ohio Sires Stakes for 3-year-old trotting fillies on June 8 at Northfield.
Rylee Roo & Aaron Merriman win a $50,000 Ohio Sires Stakes for 3-year-old pacing fillies June 14 at Scioto Downs.
Rose Run Uptowngal & Chris Page win a $50,000 Ohio Sires Stakes for 3-year-old pacing fillies June 14 at Scioto Downs.
Never Say Uncle & Brett Miller win a $50,000 Ohio Sires Stakes for 3-year-old trotting colts June 15 at Northfield Park.
Otsego & Aaron Merriman win a $50,000 Ohio Sires Stakes for 3-year-old trotting colts June 15 at Northfield Park.
Lima Gold, with driver Ronnie Wrenn, Jr., in the sulky, was making her pari-mutuel debut, trotting easily to 1:58.3 .
McGinnis and James MacDonald scored their first triumph with Spend That Money, the 1-5 favorite, who was first off the gate to prevail in a wire-to-wire effort in 1:58.3. 
The McGinnis-James MacDonald team returned to the winner’s circle with 7-5 Compass Rose DC.in 1:59.4. 
The McGinnis-Anthony MacDonald team saved the best for last, however, as Globetrotting powered to a 1:57.3 victory.
North America’s leading reinsman, Aaron Merriman, then steered Renee Bercury’s Delovely Hall to a 1:57.3 triumph as the 4-5 favorite
Opportune Hanover posted a 1:52.3 clocking for Burke Racing, Chris Page, J&T Silva-Purnel&Libby and Weaver Bruscemi in the last of the four OSS pacing tests—just one fifth off the track record
Burke also harnessed Elver Hanover to a 1:53.4 triumph for Burke Racing, B. Jablonsky, J&T Silva-Purnel&Libby
Page was back in the sulky to steer It’s Academic to a 1:58.4 winning clocking for Burke Racing, Bill Donovan, Joe Sbrocco and the Hatfield Stables.
Burke’s other trotting victor was the 7-5 homebred favorite Wading Boots, who scored a 1:57.4 clocking with Page at the lines
Rocknthatafterparty surprised everyone as he slid up the rail to win the first pacing division in 1:55, besting six rivals with a crafty drive by Kyle Ater. 
Garnering his first career victory was 13-1 Rock Smart, well-driven by Danny Noble in a come-from-behind effort to prevail by 1½ lengths in 1:54.3 
Jarmbalou, who stopped the clock in 1:57.3 with Chris Page at the lines for trainer/owners/breeders Rick and Reginal Beinhauer. 
Big Box Hanover posted a 1:57.4 clocking for driver Trevor Smith and trainer Dalton Walls
Artful Dancer took the first division handily in a wire-to-wire 1:55.2 clocking for owners Jay Mossbarger and Steve Carter.  
Ronnie Wrenn, Jr., steered 7-1 Ellagator to a 1:54 victory
McMarkle Sparkle paced to a 1:54.3 victory—the fastest clocking of the four OSS contests.  
Big Box Hanover trots to a 1:59 win
Exhibit Class wins in 1:58.1.
Expect The Sweep & Aaron Merriman win in 1:57.2.
It's Academic wins for Chris Page in 1:57.3.
Big Bretta redeemed himself with a 1:54 victorious clocking in OSS second leg. 
Trainer Ronnie Burke harnessed OSS Leg One victor Elver Hanover to his second consecutive career triumph as the Yankee Cruiser gelding cruised to a wire-to-wire 1:53.3 clocking with Chris Page at the controls.  
Gray Dragon battled hard and fought off multiple challenges by his rivals to hold on for driver Ryan Stahl at 30-1 odds, returning $63.20 on a two dollar ticket. The son of Dragon Again tripped the timer in a modest 1:55.
Kikimora—whose name means “a witch who leaves wet footprints in the kitchen—scored the first OSS division triumph in 1:58.1 as the 8-5 choice with Aaron Merriman at the lines. Trained and co-owned by Chris Beaver for partner Sandra Burnett of Wilmington, Ohio, she had finished second in Leg One to Globetrotting. 

Trainer McGinnis sent out 1:59.4 Leg One winner Compass Rose DC in the second OSS division and the Uncle Peter lass and driver James MacDonald didn’t disappoint—using front-stepping tactics to score by 1½ lengths in a very modest 2:01. Sent off at odds of 1-5, Compass Rose DC is owned by Thestable Compass Rose DC of Guelph, ON, Canada.  
Uncle Peter’s Love posted a 1:59.2 victory in the third OSS division for driver Peter Wrenn and owner/trainer Erv Miller.
9-2 Guinevere Hall ended up in the winner’s circle in the fourth OSS division, stopping the timer in 1:59 with Peter Wrenn at the lines. 
The Steve Carter-trained Artful Dancer gave notice as she prevailed for Aaron Merriman in a new track record clocking of 1:52.2 in the second OSS division for freshmen filly pacers.
Aaron was back in the sulky behind Beautiful Beach in the third OSS contest for 2-year-old pacing fillies, steering the We Will See lass to a wire-to-wire 1:53.4 clocking for trainer Tyler George.
Ellagator and driver Ronnie Wrenn, Jr., took the first OSS division with a grueling, first-over journey in 1:55 as the 1-9 favorite, hanging on by a neck over 19-1 Corner Pocket (Danny Noble).
Ellagator and driver Ronnie Wrenn, Jr., took the first OSS division with a grueling, first-over journey in 1:55 as the 1-9 favorite, hanging on by a neck over 19-1 Corner Pocket (Danny Noble).
In the first of the two $50,000 trotting divisions, Patti’s Main Man went an absolutely huge mile for driver Jeremy Smith.
Back Splash captured one of two $50,000 Ohio Sires Stakes on July 26 at Scioto Downs, trotting to victory with Aaron Merriman at the lines. 
Queen Of The Pride & Tony Hall win their OSS division in 1:51.1.
Refined strides out to win for driver Brett Miller in 1:54.
Snobbytown and Chris Page (#6) prevail in 1:53.
Bllack Hole makes his OSS debut a winning one in 1:50.4.
Yankee Boots captured an Ohio Sires Stakes for 3-year-old pacing colts on July 27 at Scioto Downs with Danny Noble driving.