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By Jay Wolf—Warrawee Ubeaut, winner of $1,071,553, headlines a field of thirteen filly pacers in the $259,600 Jugette on Wednesday (Sept. 18) at the Delaware County Fair. The fillies will race a pair of $51,920 eliminations with the top four finishers in each elim coming back for the $155,760 final.

Warrawee Ubeaut is coming into the Jugette on a three race win streak, including a win in the $253,000 Pennsylvania Sire Stake Championship. The daughter of Sweet Lou drew the rail position in the second elimination and will get the services of Yannick Gingras.

She is owned by Burke Racing Stable, Phillip Collura, J&T Silva-Purnel-Libby and Weaver Bruscemi and trained by Ron Burke.

The first $51,920 elimination features Treacherous Reign, winner of the $340,500 Fan Hanover Final.  

The Captaintreacherous lass has earned $559,986 for her owners Alagna Racing, Big Al’s Stable, Let It Ride Stable and Dana Parham.

Treacherous Reign, who drew post four, is trained by Tony Alagna and Dexter Dunn, a New Zealand native, will be the driver.   

Post time for the Wednesday card at the Delaware County Fair will be 11:00 AM. The simulcast show will start at 10:30 AM.

49th Jugette $259,600 Field

1st Elim $51,920

1. Bestseller Hanover (Jason Bartlett)

2. She’s Allright (Chris Page)

3. Edge Of Eternity (Dave Palone)

4. Treacherous Reign (Dexter Dunn)

5. Ideation Hanover (James MacDonald)

6. Sylph Hanover (Matt Kakaley)

2nd Elim $51,920

1. Warrawee Ubeaut (Yannick Gingras)

2. Carbon Capture (Chris Page)

3. Under The Hood (Joe Bongiorno)

4. Michelon’s Filly (Marcus Miller)

5. Privacy Hanover (Jason Bartlett)

6. Annie Hill (Tyler Buter)

7. Stonebridge Soul (Tim Tetrick)

Final Heat $155,760

Jay Wolf is an HRI Harness contributor

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