09/22/2016 4:54PM

Delaware County Fair: Field drawn for second heat of Little Brown Jug

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Western Fame got the better of the draw over Betting Line and will start from the rail in the $276,960 second heat of the Little Brown Jug.  Six 3-year-old pacing colts will race in the event as Racing Hill and Check Six were both scratched.

If Western Fame or Betting Line do not win the second heat, there will be a race-off conducted to determine the winner of the Little Brown Jug.

Here's how the field will line up:

1-Western Fame (Mark MacDonald

2-Betting Line (David Miller)

3-Lyons Snyder (Sylvain Filion)

4-Big Top Hanover (Yannick Gingras)

5-Dr. J Hanover (Scott Zeron

6-Racing Hill (SCRATCHED)

7-Check Six (SCRATCHED)

8-Manhattan Beach (Matt Kakaley)