Jug, Jugette Each Get Two Supplements

Published: September 16, 2023 11:28 am EDT

A pair of filly pacers and a pair of gelding pacers have been supplemented into the 53rd Jugette and the 78th edition of the Little Brown Jug.

The connections of Huntunthelastdolar (pictured above) and Burnout made the $45,000 supplemental payment to be a part of the $1 million Little Brown Jug, taking place on Thursday, Sept. 21.

Canadian-based Huntinthelastdolar is co-owned by trainer Gregg McNair, George Kerr and Brad Grant. The gelded son of Huntsville is the New York Sire Stakes champion and a winner of six of his eight seasonal starts with $475,057 in career earnings.

Burnout is a sophomore son of Racing Hill and will come to Delaware off a second-place finish in the $300,000 Ohio Sire Stakes final on Sept. 9 at Scioto Downs. He is owned by Greg Luther Racing and trained by Todd Luther.

The owners of Odds On Hail Mary and Beautiful Seaside paid $15,000 to enter the Jugette on Wednesday, Sept. 20.

Odds On Hail Mary is coming off a win in the $252,000 Pennsylvania Sire Stakes championship on Sept. 3 at Harrah's Philadelphia in a lifetime best and world record 1:48.2 performance. She is conditioned by Linda Toscano for co-owners Let It Ride Stables and O’Sullivan Racing.

Beautiful Seaside is the homebred daughter of Downbytheseaside. She has nine wins on the season, including a 1:50.3 mile at Northfield Park. She is owned by Matt E. Rowe and trained by Melby Ober Jr.

The complete Jugette and Little Brown Jug fields will be drawn on Sunday, Sept. 17 and Monday, Sept. 18, respectively.

(Little Brown Jug)

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