Awards Presented At Ohio Fair Banquet

Published: November 22, 2021 01:25 pm EST

The 2021 Ohio Fair Racing Conference wrapped up the year with its eighth annual banquet, held at the Ward L. Adams American Legion Post #54 in North Ridgeville, Ohio on Saturday Nov. 20.

A limited but enthusiastic crowd was on hand to honour the eight divisional winners as well as the OFRC driver and trainer of the fair year and the winner of the Spring Haven Farm Ladies Driving Series. The Ohio Fair Racing Conference races at 21 county tracks across the state.

The two-year-old colt pacer trophy went to Aint Easy Being Me. The Well Said colt is owned by Patrick M. Sweeny.

Disney Springs, by Rockin Amadeus and owned by Henry H. Trimble, was honoured as the two-year-old filly pacer of the year.

Taylor Equine Racing LLC’s Swan Hilluva Time, the son of What The Hill captured the two-year-old colt trot while the filly counterpart went to Wegothatsright, owned by Brian Boring and Jennifer Vollmer. Wegothatsright is the daughter of And Away We Go.

The top two three-year-old pacing colts were separated by only four points but Jennifer Brown and Jessica McCown's Im Rocking It, the son of Pet Rock, earned the top honour.

The top point-getter in the three-year-old pacing fillies was Matt Rowe and Chris Page's daughter of Nob Hill High, Dont Trip, who scored easily over the rest of the field.

It was a dance in the park for the three-year-old colt trotter Tango With Me, the son of Deep Chip. Tango With Me is owned by Chris Beaver, Donald Robinson, and R.B.H. Ventures Inc.

The trio along with David Meola also had the top three-year-old filly trotter, Chip It In, a daughter of Break The Bank K.

The top 2021 OFRC Fair trainer award went to Chris Beaver, who won 36 races this summer. The top driver was Cam McCown, who collected 41 victories.

Heather Woolums was the leading Spring Haven Farm lady driver point-earner.

(With files from Ohio Harness Horsemen’s Association)