Harness racing can be viewed online

| October 1, 2020


The first Coshocton Fair was held in 1850 and has hosted harness racing ever since the horses trotted down Canal

Lewisville Road in high-wheeled sulkies in match races.
2020 has brought a lot of changes to our world and resulted in spectator-less stake races that were contested in front of empty grandstands.
On an inspiration in early June the Ohio Harness Horsemen’s Association, along with Trot and Pace Marketing, has
broadcast all the excitement of the races via Facebook, YouTube, and OHHA.com to its fans throughout Ohio and the world. This Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 3-4, at Coshocton is no exception as all the Home Talent Colt Stake action, along with color commentary by legendary announcer Roger Huston, will be shown in its entirety on all the sites. Fans can join in on the fun by playing Text Trivia as well as We Are Racing where you will be racing too. Random texters will be awarded a horse by post position and the winner of the race receives a fine prize.
There are free programs available for both days that can be downloaded and printed out. Just go to OHHA.com. Join us via the web for the call to post at 1 p.m. on both Saturday and Sunday where you can be in the drivers seat and maybe win a few prizes too.

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