Chris Lems had a big night in the second leg of the Buckeye Stallion Series for two-year-old colt trotters at MGM Northfield Park Monday (July 19), winning three of the five divisions.
Muscle Count made it two in a row in the Buckeye Stallion Series as Lems took the son of Long Tom to the front and never looked back, winning in 1:59 for trainer Miles Wollam. Muscle Count is now two-for-two in his young career.
Lems picked up his second BSS win of the night in the second division as he guided Arabellas Glide to the winner’s circle for Andy Miller in 2:00. The win was the first for the What The Hill gelding in two starts this year.
In the third division, Shamrock covered the mile in 1:59 for Ryan Stahl and trainer Ryan Miller. A son of Uncle Peter, Shamrock has a win and two second place finishes in three starts this year.
Hit Em Up Dude came home a winner for the first time in the fourth division for Ronnie Wrenn Jr. and Chris Beaver. The Credit Fashion gelding was a winner in 2:00.
Lems picked up this third BSS win of the night in the final division as he guided Outreach to the win for Scott Cox in 2:00.1. It was the son of Uncle Peter's first win in three starts.
Buckeye Stallion Series action continues Tuesday night with the second leg for two-year-old filly trotters at Eldorado Scioto Downs.