The Don Eash Stable kicked off the final second chance Indiana Sired Fair Circuit races Saturday, Sept. 28 at the Harrison County Fairgrounds in Corydon. ER Harper Rose and Rose Run Vision swept the two-year-old filly pacing divisions to advance to the ISFC Championships set for the Shelby County Fairgrounds Saturday, Oct. 5.
In the first division, ER Harper Rose, who started from the second tier, had a delayed move toward the front for Eash. The Riggins Filly began to advance at the half and kept pursuing the front, finally getting the best of Saltwater Gospel and Charlie Conrad at the finish line by a neck in 2:02.3. Owned by Eash Racing Stable, ER Harper Rose recorded her sixth win of the season in 15 starts and increased her bankroll to more than $17,000 with the victory.
In the second division, Eash sent out Rose Run Vision front post two to confront Moscato and Conrad at the halfway mark. The Time to Roll filly was persistent and finally got the lead and the win by one and one-quarter lengths in a time of 2:02.0. Moscato was second over Vel Miss Fire and Jay Cross for third. The win was the fourth of the year for Rose Run Vision and an earnings boost to more than $14,000.
Other winners on the day included a three-win afternoon for Doug Rideout with Friendly Confines (2YO C Trot), Quaker’s Credit (2YO C Trot), and Lanas Desire (3YO C Pace). Mike Peterson also guided home four winners, including Hayswood Ron (3YO C Pace), Sarah’s Lilly (3YO F Pace), Faye’s Jet Mile (3YO F Pace), and Fast Freddy Jo Jo (2YO C Pace).