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« on: August 01, 2006, 09:32:50 AM »

This afternoon,at 1 pm, with the temperature knocking on the 100 degree mark, and humidity to match, the wood county fair in bowling green ohio, is scheduled to hold 10 live harness races ..

when is the temperature too much for the animals to race in?...let alone the spectators..

the temp/humidity index may approach 110-115 this afternoon .. i for one wont even go .. i hope those who do attend  treat themselves to a pork~o~lean samich ..and i'll be pullin for ya ..perhaps i'll see ya tomorrow night for 14 races at a 7pm post time
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« Reply #1 on: August 01, 2006, 09:35:46 AM »

WHEN A HORSE IS STANDING OUTSIDE IN THE PADDOCK AND THEY ARE SWEATING JUST STANDING THERE.THAT IS TO HOT FOR SURE.
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« Reply #2 on: August 01, 2006, 09:41:55 AM »

You mean you are not going to see Tip Top Max or Jimmie Dodger  Cry

You are crazy OFF STRIDE not to go see these immortals in action  Roll Eyes

Tell Gerald Burris or Tony Palledino I said hello, OK.  geezer
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« Reply #3 on: August 01, 2006, 09:55:00 AM »

here is just one race for you today at bee gee ..notice the driver on #1

RACE: 9  -  08/01/2006  -  BOWLING GREEN  -  PURSE: $ 1,200  -  CLASS: FFA
GAIT: Trot  -  Evening Fair  -  DIST: 1 Mile  -  STRS: 6
PP Horse 2006 Year to Date Driver Clm. Med.
Sts W P S Time Earnings
1 QUIKMASTER 11 1 2 1 2:00.3F $ 2,963
Kathryn Anne Hawk $ 0 
2 XCITING SAM 16 1 2 3 2:00.2F $ 4,276
Gregory V Bateson $ 0 
3 HARRY'S TORPEDO 11 4 2 1 2:01.1H $ 4,124
 Robert W Harmon $ 0 
4 YANKEEOGRAPHY 16 2 2 2 2:00.4H $ 3,962
James E Larrabee $ 0 
5 DOC MAGIC 18 1 1 2 2:03.3F $ 2,640
 Mark L Headworth $ 0 L
6 BAHAMA HALL 6 0 0 2 - $ 384
 Gregory V Bateson $ 0 
 
and here are a couple for tomorrow night...

RACE: 6  -  08/02/2006  -  BOWLING GREEN  -  PURSE: $ 2,269  -  CLASS: 3YR C OHFS
GAIT: Trot  -  Evening Fair  -  DIST: 1 Mile  -  STRS: 4
PP Horse 2006 Year to Date Driver Clm. Med.
Sts W P S Time Earnings

1 NIGHTTIMECHASER 1 0 0 0 - $ 11
Gerald Robert Burris $ 0 

2 MISTER SCORE 5 0 0 3 Q2:04.2F $ 1,230 TBA $ 0 
3 ROSE RUN HANDSOME 14 1 9 1 2:01.4F $ 5,722 Mark L Headworth $ 0 
4 R E INQUIRER 4 0 0 1 - $ 902 Ryan R Stahl $ 0 




RACE: 8  -  08/02/2006  -  BOWLING GREEN  -  PURSE: $ 2,344  -  CLASS: 3YR F OHFS
GAIT: Trot  -  Evening Fair  -  DIST: 1 Mile  -  STRS: 5
PP Horse 2006 Year to Date Driver Clm. Med.
Sts W P S Time Earnings

1 SAND MIRAGE 4 1 0 1 2:06.2H $ 1,557
 H D Schoonover $ 0 

2 MACS-SUSANNA 6 0 0 1 - $ 624 Michael P Wolfe $ 0 
3 MASTER GOSSIP 3 0 0 0 - $ 190 Ryan R Stahl $ 0 
4 AGOODMATCH 3 0 1 2 - $ 1,230 Thomas A Moore $ 0 
5 LEGACY BANK 8 5 0 0 1:58.4S $ 9,969 Gregory V Bateson $ 0 


i call mention to h d 'doc' schoonover ..because he is 88 years old



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« Reply #4 on: August 01, 2006, 10:01:22 AM »

Inside track - Harry's Torpedo going good right now and handles the heat.   Trainer drives him this time and can get the job done on the front end or just off the lead.
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« Reply #5 on: August 01, 2006, 10:02:21 AM »

You mean you are not going to see Tip Top Max   geezer


tip top max ..wasnt that carl focklers steed?
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« Reply #6 on: August 01, 2006, 10:09:18 AM »

Yep, and I do believe Jimmie Dodger may still hold the track record at BG, 1:56 I think. Check it out and let me know.

And it was Doug McIntosh, driver and trainer.

If HD is still driving, who gets the pre-race?  The horse - The driver or BOTH
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« Reply #7 on: August 01, 2006, 10:24:02 AM »

the wood county fair has a lot of history.....

KONESKY v. WOOD COUNTY AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY

Court of Appeals of Ohio, 6th Dist., Wood County

2005 WL 3557364

Dec. 30, 2005

Summary

Plaintiff, 82-year-old Rose Konesky, was inured during a race when a harness racing horse tossed its driver and escaped through an opening in the fence surrounding the track.  There were several openings in the fence and one was open having no gate although another was gated and closed at all times.  The loose horse, dragging its sulky, injured several other adults.  Another horse had escaped through the same opening years earlier.  The court held that the issue of whether the track had breached its duty to Konesky by leaving an opening in the fence precluded a finding of summary judgment.

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Plaintiffs-appellants, Rose Konesky and her husband, John Konesky, appeal from an order by the Wood County Court of Common Pleas granting summary judgment in favor of defendants-appellees, Wood County Agricultural Society et al. For the reasons that follow, the judgment of the trial court will be reversed.

On July 30, 2002, 82-year-old Rose Konesky was injured when, during a harness race at the Wood County Fair, a horse that had thrown its driver ran through an opening in the fence surrounding the track and trampled her.

There were several openings in the fence surrounding the track. At least one of those openings was gated and remained closed at all times. The opening at the western end of the track, however, had no gate. It was from this opening that the runaway horse emerged.

At the time of the accident, Mrs. Konesky was standing outside the track in a grassy area well away from the opening in the fence. She was loading horse-grooming equipment into her truck and getting ready to go home, following her own horse's participation in an earlier race. In the vicinity were tents, parked vehicles, and vendors, including a food stand that serviced the public. Although horseracing participants and vendors who primarily serviced those participants were present at the location, access to the area was in no way restricted to those individuals. Families who had come to the fair routinely walked through with their children. A nearby tent had tables and chairs where anyone could enjoy a meal or just sit and rest.

When the horse in question emerged from the opening in the fence, dragging its riderless sulky, it struck and injured several other adults, in addition to Rose Konesky. One little girl, upon seeing her mother struck, started to scream.

This was not the first time that a bystander was injured while standing outside the western opening of the fence. In 1974, a runaway horse ran through the same opening, striking and injuring a bystander who was outside the track. Following this incident, fair officials instituted precautions to ensure the future safety of fair patrons. All the openings in the fence were gated, and fair officials made certain that the gates remained closed whenever a race was in progress. In addition, a sheriff's deputy was posted at the western gate (which was typically used to allow horses on and off the track) to ensure that it remained closed during each race.

Efforts made by fair officials to ensure the safety of bystanders diminished over time. Over a period of years, the practice of posting sheriff's deputies was discontinued. The gates were again left open during the course of a race. Eventually, the gates on the western end of the track were removed, and the opening was enlarged to make room for semitrailers participating in tractor pulls. The gates were never replaced and no other barriers were erected to prevent an errant horse from leaving the track.

Although the Ohio State Racing Commission ("commission") has promulgated no formal rule specifically requiring that fence openings be gated, testimony by appellants' expert, Douglas A. Thomas, establishes that at the time of the accident, the absence of a barrier during harness races at the Wood County Fair was contrary to the longstanding and strong recommendations of the commission and, further, was at odds with the practice of various other county fairs.

On July 29, 2003, appellants filed their action against appellees to recover damages sustained during the July 30, 2002 harness race. Appellees subsequently filed a motion for summary judgment. On March 29, 2005, the trial court filed an entry that granted summary judgment in favor of appellees on the grounds that appellants' claims were barred by the doctrine of primary assumption of the risk. Appellants timely appealed this judgment, asserting the following assignments of error:

I. "The common pleas court erred by determining that the doctrine of primary assumption of the risk barred appellant's recovery."

II. "The common pleas court erred by determining that there was no issue of fact as to whether appellee's conduct was reckless."

An appellate court reviewing a trial court's granting of summary judgment does so de novo, applying the same standard used by the trial court. Grafton v. Ohio Edison Co. (1996), 77 Ohio St.3d 102, 105, 671 N.E.2d 241. Civ.R. 56(C) provides:

"Summary judgment shall be rendered forthwith if the pleadings, depositions, answers to interrogatories, written admissions, affidavits, transcripts of evidence, and written stipulations of fact, if any, timely filed in the action, show that there is no genuine issue as to any material fact and that the moving party is entitled to judgment as a matter of law. No evidence or stipulation may be considered except as considered in this rule."

Summary judgment is proper where (1) no genuine issue of material fact remains to be litigated; (2) the moving party is entitled to judgment as a matter of law; and (3) when the evidence is viewed most strongly in favor of the nonmoving party, reasonable minds can come to but one conclusion, a conclusion adverse to the nonmoving party. Ryberg v. Allstate Ins. Co. (July 12, 2001), 10th Dist. No. 00AP-1243, 2001 WL 777121, citing Tokles & Son, Inc. v. Midwestern Indemn. Co. (1992), 65 Ohio St.3d 621, 629, 605 N.E.2d 936.

The moving party bears the initial burden of informing the trial court of the basis for the motion and identifying those portions of the record that demonstrate the absence of a genuine issue of fact as to an essential element of one or more of the nonmoving party's claims. Dresher v. Burt (1996), 75 Ohio St.3d 280, 292, 662 N.E.2d 264. Once this burden has been satisfied, the nonmoving party has the burden, as set forth at Civ.R. 56(E), to offer specific facts showing a genuine issue for trial. Id.

We begin with an examination of appellants' first assignment of error, wherein appellants argue that the doctrine of primary assumption of the risk is inapplicable to the facts of this case.

In applying the doctrine of primary assumption of the risk to sports and recreational activities in particular, the Supreme Court of Ohio has held: " 'Where individuals engage in recreational or sports activities, they assume the ordinary risks of the activity and cannot recover for any injury unless it can be shown that the other participant's actions were either "reckless" or "intentional" as defined in Sections 500 and 8A of the Restatement of Torts 2d.' " Gentry v. Craycraft, 101 Ohio St.3d 141, 2004-Ohio-379, 802 N.E.2d 1116, at ¶  6, quoting Marchetti v. Kalish (1990), 53 Ohio St.3d 95, 559 N.E.2d 699, syllabus. Underlying the doctrine is the notion that some risks are so inherent in an activity that the risks cannot be eliminated. Gehri v. Capital Racing Club, Inc. (June 12, 1997), 10th Dist. No. 96APE10-1307, 1997 WL 324175, citing Collier v. Northland Swim Club (1987), 35 Ohio App.3d 35, 37, 518 N.E.2d 1226.

Primary assumption of the risk is actually "an alternative expression for the concept that a defendant either owed no duty of care to the plaintiff or did not breach any duty owed. * * * Primary assumption of the risk has nothing to do with plaintiff's conduct." Mima v. Akron (1986), 31 Ohio App.3d 124, 125, 508 N.E.2d 974. (Citations omitted.)

The types of risks that are covered under the doctrine are those that are the foreseeable and customary risks of the sport or recreational activity. Thompson v. McNeill (1990), 53 Ohio St.3d 102, 104- 106, 559 N.E.2d 705. In addition, "only those risks directly associated with the activity in question are within the scope of primary assumption of the risk * * *." (Emphasis added.) Gallagher v. Cleveland Browns Football Co. (1996), 74 Ohio St.3d 427, 432, 659 N.E.2d 1232. To be covered under the doctrine, the risk must be one that is so inherent to the sport or activity that it cannot be eliminated. See Westray v. Imperial Pools and Supplies (1999), 133 Ohio App.3d 426, 432, 728 N.E.2d 431; Marckel v. Raceway Park, Inc. 6th Dist. No. L-02-1361, 2003-Ohio-3989, 2003 WL 21716187. "Because of the great impact a ruling in favor of a defendant on primary assumption of the risk grounds carries, a trial court must proceed with caution when contemplating whether primary assumption of the risk completely bars a plaintiff's recovery." Gallagher, 74 Ohio St.3d at 432, 659 N.E.2d 1232.

Courts have held that where the risk is not one that is inherent, the doctrine of primary assumption of the risk does not apply, and, instead, ordinary negligence standards are used. See Id. at 432; Pope v. Willey, 12th Dist. No. CA2004-10-077, 2005-Ohio-4744, 2005 WL 2179317, ¶  12-16. For instance, in Goffe v. Mower (Feb. 5, 1999), 2d Dist. No. 98-CA-49, 1999 WL 55693, the court found that a faulty racetrack design was not an inherent risk of go-cart racing. There, the court held that "a reasonable jury could find that the defendants breached their duty of ordinary care to plaintiff by designing an amusement ride which created an unreasonable danger that the rider would be injured while exiting the ride but before reaching a place of safety." Id., citing Ashcroft v. Calder Race Course (Fla.1986), 492 So.2d 1309 (holding that riding a horse on a racetrack with a negligently placed exit gap was not an inherent risk for jockeys in the sport of horse racing.)

In Brown v. Columbus All-Breed Training, 152 Ohio App.3d 567, 2003-Ohio-2057, 789 N.E.2d 648, the court found that the risk of getting knocked to the ground by another person was not a customary and foreseeable risk of a dog-training exercise. And in Evans v. Wills (Dec. 27, 2001), 10th Dist. No. 01AP-422, 2001 WL 1652665, the court found that being struck by a bicycle while on the walking lane of a park path was not an inherent risk of walking. Finally, in Pope v. Willey, 2005-Ohio-4744, 2005 WL 2179317, the court determined that collision with a pick-up truck on a public road was not part of the inherent risk of ATV riding.

In the instant case, we find that the risk of being trampled by a runaway horse that has come off of a racetrack through a negligently placed or permitted gap in the surrounding fence is not an inherent risk of horse racing. Therefore, the doctrine of primary assumption of the risk is inapplicable herein.

We further find that a reasonable jury could conclude in this case that appellees breached their duty of ordinary care to appellants by allowing the gate through which the runaway horse emerged to remain open, thereby creating an unreasonable danger that someone located outside of the racetrack would be trampled. Although this finding precludes an entry of summary judgment in this case, it does not preclude a finding by a jury that Mrs. Konesky's willingness to accept the risk arising from the open gate amounted to contributory negligence. Thus, we make no determination concerning the ultimate success of appellants' claims.

Because we find that appellants' claims are neither barred by primary assumption of the risk nor otherwise subject to summary judgment, appellants' first assignment of error is well taken.

In their second assignment of error, appellants contend that the trial court erred in concluding that there was no issue of fact as to whether appellees' conduct was reckless. As discussed in the first assignment of error, the applicable standard is that of ordinary negligence, not recklessness. Accordingly, appellants' second assignment of error is found not well-taken.

The judgment from which this appeal is taken is reversed and remanded to the trial court for further proceedings. Appellees are ordered to pay the costs of this appeal pursuant to App.R. 24. Judgment for the clerk's expense incurred in preparation of the record, fees allowed by law, and the fee for filing the appeal is awarded to Wood County.

 Judgment reversed.

 END OF DOCUMENT


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« Reply #8 on: August 01, 2006, 10:33:15 AM »

What happened at the Jug when the starting gate malfunctioned and the driver of the car kept going not knowing the outside wing of the car was fully open and wiped out some people in the grandstand down the backside?

I do believe Danny Venier's sister or wife was involved in this accident. See what you can find out Off Stride.

Seems to me one or both were ROUGHED UP pretty good.
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« Reply #9 on: August 01, 2006, 11:10:41 AM »

currently at bowling green ohio ..the weather is...

93.5 °F / 34.2 °C
Clear
Humidity: 56%
Dew Point: 76 °F / 24 °C 
Wind: 6.0 mph / 9.7 km/h  from the SSW 
Wind Gust: 10.2 mph / 16.4 km/h 
Pressure: 30.00 in / 1015.8 hPa 
Heat Index: 106 °F / 41 °C 
Visibility: 10.0 miles / 16.1 kilometers 
UV: 11 out of 16
Clouds: Clear -
(Above Ground Level)
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« Reply #10 on: August 01, 2006, 12:10:22 PM »

above is the 1 pm easten readings...the 2 pm readings are as follows

95.9 °F / 35.5 °C
Clear
Humidity: 52%
Dew Point: 75 °F / 24 °C 
Wind: 6.9 mph / 11.1 km/h  from the SW 
Wind Gust: 9.1 mph / 14.6 km/h 
Pressure: 30.00 in / 1015.8 hPa (Falling) 
Heat Index: 109 °F / 43 °C 
Visibility: 10.0 miles / 16.1 kilometers 
UV: 11 out of 16
Clouds: Clear -
(Above Ground 
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« Reply #11 on: August 01, 2006, 01:16:55 PM »

CARL FOCKLER?Huh  NOW THERES AN OLD GUY WHO KNEW HOW TO RACE, ( SOMETHING ABOUT A FEW CCS OF SOMETHIING  BETWEEN 2.ND AND 3RD RIB?? Wink


HE COULD TIP A FEW AT THE BAR TOO!
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if its got Tits or Tires you will have problems!
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« Reply #12 on: August 01, 2006, 01:20:09 PM »

and the 3 pm reading...races will be over soon

98.6 °F / 37.0 °C
Clear
Humidity: 45%
Dew Point: 74 °F / 23 °C 
Wind: 7.6 mph / 12.2 km/h  from the WSW 
Wind Gust: 11.8 mph / 19.0 km/h 
Pressure: 29.98 in / 1015.1 hPa (Falling) 
Heat Index: 110 °F / 43 °C 
Visibility: 10.0 miles / 16.1 kilometers 
UV: 11 out of 16
Clouds: Clear -
(Above Ground Level
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« Reply #13 on: August 01, 2006, 01:22:58 PM »

CARL FOCKLER?Huh  NOW THERES AN OLD GUY WHO KNEW HOW TO RACE, ( SOMETHING ABOUT A FEW CCS OF SOMETHIING  BETWEEN 2.ND AND 3RD RIB?? Wink


HE COULD TIP A FEW AT THE BAR TOO!
Bigwrench, is he related to Carl Spagler or Gaylord Focker at all ?   Wink   trotter  TC
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« Reply #14 on: August 01, 2006, 01:25:58 PM »

i never could understand it... his first name was carl ..but everyone at raceway insisted on calling him 'mother' fockler.. must have been a nickname or something...
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« Reply #15 on: August 01, 2006, 01:44:03 PM »

 carl WAS at times a crotchety ol mother fugger........ i can still picture him, in the bar that used to be in back before they made the one inside, hed be standin at the bar, all pissed off, bar stools scattered everywhere, and nobody would be alowed near him!  he did have the horse stories to tell tho!
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« Reply #16 on: August 01, 2006, 01:46:05 PM »

Bigwrench, is he related to Carl Spagler or Gaylord Focker at all ?   Wink   trotter  TC

TC, i vaguely remeber the gaylord name , i believe they were from either st lois, or chicago area??  was a long time ago, hell to get old!!  Wink  lol!
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« Reply #17 on: August 01, 2006, 01:51:18 PM »


tip top max ..wasnt that carl focklers steed?


 RE  tip top max.............................. i can remeber carl one night, ALL GASSED UP..... sayin that horse could beat any around!!!!!!!!!!!  he was sittin on a stool in the bar,  showin me how to drive " YAAAA GETUP YOU SOMEBITCH YAAAAAAA"............. CARL promptly fell off the bar stool of course!!!!!   " WHO THE HELL PUSHED ME" he hollars out!!!!........... i laughed so hard i cried , it was a sight!  crazy old *** that he was!
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« Reply #18 on: August 01, 2006, 01:56:27 PM »

 TOO hot to work, TOO hot to go to bowling green, TOO fuggen hot to go to RP5/8, and watch those poor ponies  sweat!            not to hot to go home lay in a/c, and enjoy some corn on the cobb, and chicken from the grill,,,,,,,,,(all while in comfort of somce nice a/c!!!!)
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« Reply #19 on: August 01, 2006, 05:57:56 PM »

here is just one race for you today at bee gee ..notice the driver on #1

RACE: 9  -  08/01/2006  -  BOWLING GREEN  -  PURSE: $ 1,200  -  CLASS: FFA
GAIT: Trot  -  Evening Fair  -  DIST: 1 Mile  -  STRS: 6
PP Horse 2006 Year to Date Driver Clm. Med.
Sts W P S Time Earnings
1 QUIKMASTER 11 1 2 1 2:00.3F $ 2,963
Kathryn Anne Hawk $ 0 
2 XCITING SAM 16 1 2 3 2:00.2F $ 4,276
Gregory V Bateson $ 0 
3 HARRY'S TORPEDO 11 4 2 1 2:01.1H $ 4,124
 Robert W Harmon $ 0 
4 YANKEEOGRAPHY 16 2 2 2 2:00.4H $ 3,962
James E Larrabee $ 0 
5 DOC MAGIC 18 1 1 2 2:03.3F $ 2,640
 Mark L Headworth $ 0 L
6 BAHAMA HALL 6 0 0 2 - $ 384
 Gregory V Bateson $ 0 

RACE: 9  -  08/01/2006  -  BOWLING GREEN   -  Purse: $ 1,200  -  CLASS: FFA
GAIT: Trot  -  Evening Fair  -   DIST: 1 Mile  -  TRACK CD: GD  -  TEMP-ALLOW: NA-0  -  STRS: 6 
 
TIME: 31.2 1:02.1  (30.4) 1:32.0  (29.4) 2:03.1  (31.1)   

Horse Name PP 1/4 1/2 3/4 Str Finish Actual LQ Odds Driver Trainer
QUIKMASTER 1 1 1 1/3 1/1 1/1H 2:03.1 31.1 4.90
 Hawk, Kathryn A.  Hawk, Kathryn A. 
XCITING SAM 2 4° 2 3°°/3H 3/1 2/1H 2:03.2 30.4 14.80
 Cincebox, Donald G.  Lindsey, Richard T. 
HARRY'S TORPEDO 3 3 3 2°/3 2/1 3/1T 2:03.3 31.0
 *.40 Spriggs, Dein P.  Harmon, Robert W. 
BAHAMA HALL 6 6 4 4/4 4/5 4/5T 2:04.2 31.3 22.70
 Peter, Charles E.  Steinke, Darwin E. 
DOC MAGIC 5 5° 5 5/5 5/8 5/9H 2:05.0 32.0 22.70
Headworth, Mark L.  Ernsthausen, Robert L. 
YANKEEOGRAPHY 4 2X 6 6/7 6/11 6/12 2:05.3 32.1 4.00
Larrabee, James E.  Larrabee, James E. 
1st  QUIKMASTER  (4, h   MASTER LAVEC - QUIKCHARM - QUICKSTER)
 
    Registered Owner:  T H Stable Llc - NJ
    Breeder(s): Virginia R Buxton - OH
 ** View Top 3 Finishers
 




 
and here are a couple for tomorrow night...

RACE: 6  -  08/02/2006  -  BOWLING GREEN  -  PURSE: $ 2,269  -  CLASS: 3YR C OHFS
GAIT: Trot  -  Evening Fair  -  DIST: 1 Mile  -  STRS: 4
PP Horse 2006 Year to Date Driver Clm. Med.
Sts W P S Time Earnings

1 NIGHTTIMECHASER 1 0 0 0 - $ 11
Gerald Robert Burris $ 0 

2 MISTER SCORE 5 0 0 3 Q2:04.2F $ 1,230 TBA $ 0 
3 ROSE RUN HANDSOME 14 1 9 1 2:01.4F $ 5,722 Mark L Headworth $ 0 
4 R E INQUIRER 4 0 0 1 - $ 902 Ryan R Stahl $ 0 




RACE: 8  -  08/02/2006  -  BOWLING GREEN  -  PURSE: $ 2,344  -  CLASS: 3YR F OHFS
GAIT: Trot  -  Evening Fair  -  DIST: 1 Mile  -  STRS: 5
PP Horse 2006 Year to Date Driver Clm. Med.
Sts W P S Time Earnings

1 SAND MIRAGE 4 1 0 1 2:06.2H $ 1,557
 H D Schoonover $ 0 

2 MACS-SUSANNA 6 0 0 1 - $ 624 Michael P Wolfe $ 0 
3 MASTER GOSSIP 3 0 0 0 - $ 190 Ryan R Stahl $ 0 
4 AGOODMATCH 3 0 1 2 - $ 1,230 Thomas A Moore $ 0 
5 LEGACY BANK 8 5 0 0 1:58.4S $ 9,969 Gregory V Bateson $ 0 


i call mention to h d 'doc' schoonover ..because he is 88 years old




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