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2013 DUQUOIN STATE FAIR SCHEDULE FOR HARNESS RACING


2013 DU QUOIN STATE FAIR
REVISED HARNESS RACING SCHEDULE

Entries close at 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, August 20th for Friday, August 23rd and Saturday, August 24th
Entries close at 10:00 a.m. on Thursday, August 22nd for Sunday, August 25th
For ALL Entries please call:
Maywood Park
708/343-4800

FRIDAY, AUGUST 23, 2013 - Post Time: 7:00 p.m.

Illinois Topline Stake Races

(No Entry Fee)
PACE - 2-Year-Old - TOPLINE $4,000
TROT - 2-Year-Old - TOPLINE $4,000
TROT - 3-Year-Old & Up - TOPLINE $4,000
PACE - 3-Year-Old & Up - TOPLINE
$4,000
County Fair Challenges
(No Entry Fee)
TROT - 2-Year-Old Colt $8,000/$4,000
TROT - 2-Year-Old Filly $8,000/$4,000

TROT - 3-Year-Old Filly

 

$8,000/$4,000
SATURDAY, AUGUST 24, 2013 - Post Time: 12:00 noon

3-Year-Old ICF Stake
($200 Entry Fee)
PACE - 3-Year-Old Filly (The Time Dancer) $20,000
TROT - 3-Year-Old Filly (The Windy Skeeter) $20,000
TROT - 3-Year-Old Colt (The Pronto Don)
 
$20,000
2-Year-Old ICF Stake
($500 Entry Fee)
TROT - 2-Year-Old Filly (The Shawnee) $30,000
PACE - 2-Year-Old Filly (The Directors Award)
$30,000
County Fair Challenges
(No Entry Fee)
TROT - 3-Year-Old Colts $8,000/$4,000
PACE - 3-Year-Old Filly
 
$8,000/$4,000
Aged Division
($200 Entry Fee)
TROT - Filly/Mares (4 Y.O. & Up) $8,000

TROT - Horse/Gelding (4 Y.O. & Up)

 

$8,000
SUNDAY, August 25, 2013 - Post Time: 12:00 noon
 
County Fair Challenges
(No Entry Fee)
PACE - 3-Year-Old Colt $8,000/$4,000
PACE - 2-Year-Old Colt $8,000/$4,000
PACE - 2-Year-Old Fillies
 
$8,000/$4,000
Aged Division
($200 Entry Fee)
PACE - Horse/Gelding (4 Y.O. & Up) $8,000
PACE - Filly/Mare (4 Y.O. & Up)
 
$8,000
3-Year-Old ICF Stake
($200 Entry Fee)
PACE - 3-Year-Old Colt (The Dudley Hanover)
 
$20,000
2-Year-Old ICF Stakes
($500 Entry Fee)
TROT - 2-Year-Old Colt (The Darn Safe) $30,000
PACE - 2-Year-Old Colt(The Governorís Cup) $40,000

NOTE: * All Championship horses are required to be on the grounds by 4:00 P.M. the day before race.

    County Fair Challenges
  1. These races will go two divisions (if entries warrant) with the highest point winners in Colt Association Stake races in 2013.
  2. There will be no entry or starting fees.
  3. The higher point division will have an estimated purse of $8,000 with a purse breakdown of 46(+) -22-11-7-4-2-2-2-2-2
  4. The lower point division will have a purse of $4,000 with a purse distribution of 50-25-12-8-5.
  5. The fi elds are limited to 10 in each race. Any odd number entries will be divided with the middle horse going in the lower point division.
  6. Ties (for 20th or the middle) will go to the horse with the fastest time in a Colt Association Stake race in 2013.
  7. Points will be accumulated up to and through Sunday, August 18, 2013.
  8. Two starts in Colt Association Stake races, Downstate Classic and/or Illinois Stallion Stakes required before August 18, 2013 is required.
  9. Points will be kept for county fair challenges races. For each division, the top ten point earners in their respective Colt Association races, the Downstate Classic Stakes, and the Illinois Stallion Stakes will have preference at time of entry.
  10. The owner of each horse is responsible for entering and keeping eligibility points on his/her horse. The offi cial tally of eligibility points will be kept by the Illinois Department of Agriculture.
  11. Points will be awarded as follows: 5 for a 1st place fi nish, 4 for 2nd, 3 for 3rd, 2 for 4th, and 1 for 5th. In the event of a short fi eld, no additional points will be awarded for those placings not contested. Should a dead heat result in any of the placings, the points will be split equally among those horses involved in the dead heat. If two or more horses are tied for points at the time of entry, the horse with the fastest county fair race time in a Colt Association, Downstate Classics, or Illinois Stallion Stakes race will be preferred. If still tied, the eligible(s) will be drawn by lot.
  12. Horses that have not started in TWO Illinois County Fair Colt Association, Downstate Classic and/or Illinois Stallion Stake races before August 18, 2013 ar

DuQuoin State Fair Office - 618/542-1515
655 Executive Drive Fax - 618/542-1355
DuQuoin, IL 62832

IL Dept. of Agriculture
Horse Racing Programs Office - 217/782-4231
Springfield, IL Fax - 217/524-6194

NOTE: This stake payment schedule is intended only as a quick reference to upcoming stake payment dates. Since the following could be subject to change, the Department of Agriculture, or the Racing Associations, should be consulted for race dates, specifi c conditions, purses, details concerning eligibility and starting payments.

All purse amounts are estimates.

All purse amounts

 


Questions or comments.

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