Jugette 3-Year-Old Filly Pace draws 11
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Eleven 3-year-old filly pacers have been entered into this year’s $292,350 Jugette on Wednesday, Sept. 21, at Delaware, Ohio, with the field divided into two eliminations. The top four finishers in each elim will advance to the second heat, which according to new conditions beginning this year, will determine the winner. Each elim is worth $58,470, with the decisive second heat worth $175,410.
The $1.1 million-winner Idyllic drew post four in the first elim, with David Miller named to drive the daughter of American Ideal by trainer Casie Coleman. The recent winner of the $193,150 Nadia Lobell at The Meadows, Idyllic has a 2011 slate of 10-3-3-4.
Also in the first elim from post two for driver Brian Sears is New Jersey Sire Stakes champion Myluvmylife, a daughter of Rocknroll Hanover.
Pretty Katherine, also a daughter of Rocknroll Hanover trained by Coleman, will start from post three in the second elimination. George Brennan has been named to drive the winner of more than a half-million dollars. Also in the field is Strike An Attitude, trained by Bob McIntosh and driven by Dave Palone, and Town Pro winner Swinging Beauty for trainer Gregg McNair and driver Doug McNair.
Here are the fields for the Jugette eliminations, with named driver: