Who won the 2015 Little Brown Jug?

Who won the 2015 Little Brown Jug?

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Little Brown Jug winners

Year Winner Purse
2016 Betting Line $577,000
2015 Wiggle It Jiggleit $677,000
2014 Limelight Beach $647,500
2013 Vegas Vacation $552,551

Who won Brown Jug?

Lou’s Pearlman
The Burke-conditioned Lou’s Pearlman grabbed the lead down the stretch and nipped the favorite, Perfect Sting, by a nose to win the 76th Little Brown Jug in 1:52.4 on a windy, 55-degree day.

How much is the Little Brown Jug worth?

Handicapping the Jug The Little Brown Jug will consist of two races — two $132,360 elimination rounds and a final worth $397,080. The top-four finishers in each elimination will return for the final.

What is the purse for the Little Brown Jug?

The official Little Brown Jug race, which pits 3-year-old colt pacers against one another and has a purse in the $500,000 range, will take place on Sept. 23, with a likely audience of 40,000 people.

Who won 2021 Little Brown Jug?

The 2021 Little Brown Jug was an instant classic thanks to a heart-stopping stretch duel between Perfect Sting (David Miller) and Lou’s Pearlman (Yannick Gingras). The photo finish showed that Lou’s Pearlman won the 76th edition of the pacing classic by a nose Thursday evening at the Delaware County Fairgrounds.

Who won the 2020 Little Brown Jug?

Captain Barbossa
On Thursday, September 24, 2020, Captain Barbossa and driver Joe Bongiorno launched a first-over attack and went on to win the $335,400 final of the 75th Little Brown Jug for three-year-old pacers at Ohio’s Delaware County Fair.

Who won Little Brown Jug 2021?

Who created Little Brown Jug?

Little Brown Jug was written in 1869, four years after the end of the Civil War. It was written by R.A. Eastburn (his real name was Joseph Winner).

What is the date of the Little Brown Jug?

Live Racing September 18th through Jug Day on September 22nd, 2022. Come celebrate the Little Brown Jug! On the fastest half-mile track in the world, it is one of the jewels in the Triple Crown of Harness Racing.

Who won the Little Brown Jug in 2021?

Is the Little Brown Jug 2020 Cancelled?

COLUMBUS, Ohio (WSYX/WTTE) — The 2020 Delaware Grand Circuit harness racing meet, including the 75th Little Brown Jug will be held without spectators due to COVID-19.

What is the story behind the Little Brown Jug?

The Little Brown Jug was born from a bout of paranoia Fearing that Minnesota might tamper with their water, Yost instructed a student manager, Tommy Roberts, to purchase a jug of water for the team. Roberts purchased a Red Wing jug for 30 cents, oblivious to the place it would come to hold in college football lore.

How did the Little Brown Jug get its name?

The earthenware jug, originally used by Michigan coach Fielding H. Yost, is painted with the victories of each team. The name most likely originates in the 1869 song of the same name by Joseph Winner. After Yost took over coaching the Wolverines in 1901, the team went on to win 28 straight games.

What is the Little Brown Jug?

The Little Brown Jug is the premier pacing classic for 3-year-olds and provides a fascinating chapter in the more-than-a-century-old history of harness racing. This race was built in the tradition of the famed Grand Circuit and is an exciting finish to the week-long Delaware County Fair.

When is Little Brown Jug day 2021?

Live Racing September 19th through Jug Day on September 23rd, 2021 Come celebrate the 75th Little Brown Jug! On the fastest half-mile track in the world, it is one of the jewels in the Triple Crown of Harness Racing.

What happened in the Little Brown Jug game?

After its game against Michigan State and a bye week, Michigan traveled to Minneapolis to face the Minnesota Golden Gophers for the Little Brown Jug. In the previous meeting, Minnesota dominated Michigan, winning 30–14. Michigan defeated Minnesota, 29–26.

Who won the Little Brown Jug at the Delaware County Fair?

Captain Barbossa Wins Little Brown Jug. The Delaware County Agricultural Society annual election of board members and annual meeting will be held Nov. 10, 2020. To be eligible to vote for board members, you must join the DCAS for $2 at the fair office before Oct. 27.

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