Cammikey out of Jug; Beach Body from Jugette
September 16, 2014
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Cammikey, who drew post 8 in the second elimination for the Little Brown Jug, has been scratched sick. Trained by Bill Zendt, the son of Somebeachsomewhere is a homebred of Cam Land LLC, the nom de course of Nan and Wendy Cameron, who won the Jugette in 2002 with Always Cam.
Cammikey's start before the Jug was in the $260,000 Pennsylvania Sires Stakes final at Harrah's Philadelphia on Sept. 7, when he started from post 6 and finished seventh despite pacing his last quarter in :26.4.
Beach Body, who had drawn post 6 in the first of three elims for Wednesday's Jugette, has been scratched by trainer Chris Oakes.
Also, one driver change has been made in Thursday's Jug. John Campbell will now drive Sometimes Said, who is trained by his brother, Jim.