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if you are a harness racing fan you must go at least once.................however, if you go once you will go back again............if you are not a fan the excitement of 50,000 people at a county fairgrounds betting and cheering for their horse to win will...More
My husband and I traveled from New Zealand and were not disappointed. My husband had been in contact with Fair Office and got “Back Stretch Tent” tickets for Jugette Day and “ Grandstand” tickets for Little Brown Jug Day. He dealt with Madeline and couldn’t...More
"The Jug" is a wonderful day and is essentially the National Championship for pacers. If you enjoy harness racing you will love the Jug because the best pacers in America will race in the Jug. I live in Columbus (about 20 miles from Delaware) and...More
I have gone every year since 1970. Coolers with alcohol allowed, one of the premier races in harness racing, at a fairgrounds where the sport still provides old school atmosphere. Highest quality horses with best drivers in the country. Would have rated higher but the...More
We were invited to two days of horse racing and were able to enjoy the Jugette and the Jug races from box seats at the finish line. there were crowds of people at the ffence and in the grandstand. they run up to 35 races...More
First time to the little brown jug
Looked lovely as you drove in, welcoming man behind the bar, gin served in a normal glass would expect a bowl glass nowadays.
Sat in front of the fire in the bar area, shame the rest of staff...More
The Little Brown Jug is a great experience. The 1/2 mile track makes viewing from anywhere exciting. On Jug day it is a great place to start early, eating at the Buckeye Valley Boosters then visiting the Jug and Jugette barns.
The place to be for part of the triple crown of Harness Racing. Chairs chained to the fences around the race track, show the dedication of racing fans. These are serious harness racing people. The race track is getting a little old but that is...More
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Wiggle It is racing Mon., Sept. 19 at Harrington raceway in the state of Delaware in a 250,000 stakes race, PP 1, so I would say that he will not be racing out in Ohio. It would a very short turn around time.