Alexa’s Power took the $230,700 Jugette for three-year-old pacing fillies Wednesday afternoon at the Delaware County Fair.

Second place was E Dee’s Well Said. Strong Opinion held on for third and Aldine Hanover (Marcus Miller) was fourth.

The Jugette win was driver Tim Tetrick’s second and trainer Jim Campbell’s first.

$82,200 Buckette Filly Trot
Ohio bred Looking For Zelda won the three-year-old filly trot over Kenziesky Hanover.  Looking For Zelda is nearing $400,000 in career earnings after she won for the twelfth time in 22 career starts.

$39,318 Standardbred Filly Pace
Dragonfly stuck a nose in front in the shadow of the wire to score a mild upset in the $39,318 Standardbred pace in 1:55 1/5.

$40,918 Standardbred Filly Trot
Nomo Volo won the $40,918 Standardbred Trot for freshman females.

$127,800 (div.) OBC Two-Year-Old Filly Trot
Only Take Cash became the latest member of the “Ohio Triple Crown” club with her win in the 2nd division of the OBC for freshmen filly trotters.

Only Take Cash won the Ohio State Fair and Ohio Sires Stake Championship earlier in the year.

Bella’s Rose Power was 2 1/4 lengths behind the winner and Aunt Rose finished third another two lengths behind.

$106,200 (div.) OBC Three-Year-Old Colt Trot
Mission Accepted defeated Pass The Vape and Dontforgetmaster in a stakes record 1:54 2/5.

With the win, Mission Accepted has pushed his career earnings to $314,524 .

In the second $53,100 division, Rising MVP got the win.  MVP Luke was second and Sand Cash was third.

$15,000 (div.) OBC Aged Trot
Party At The Banks took the first division.  The final time of 1:53 4/5 established a new stakes record.

In the second $7,500 division, Jailhouse Sam cruised home in 1:54. Rose Run Sydney was second and The Next Triumph  was third.

IMAGE:  Ashley and Tim Tetrick pose with 48th Jugette trophy with trainer Jim Campbell (Brad Conrad Photo)