Jeff Nisonger drove three horses to the winner’s circle to highlight the second and final day of harness racing at the Hancock County Fair.
Pierce Henry and Scott Cisco both won a pair of races on the 10-race card.
Nisonger’s first victory came in race 2 as he drove K’ Love, a 3-year-old colt to the win in 2:04.1.
He made it back-to-back wins by taking race 3 as J.P. Oscar won in the race for 3-year-old colt pacers in 2:01.4.
Niswonger’s final victory came in race 9, which was the Hobart “Doc” Schoonover Memorial Trot, as United Bi crossed the line first in 2:05.0.
Henry opened Thursday’s program by driving Carmensdaileyapple to the victory in race 1 for 2-year-old colt pacers in a time of 1:59.3.
Henry also picked up a win in race 7 for 2-year-old colt pacers as Rockin M won in 2:02.1.
Cisco drove Peppy Dunn, a 2-year-old colt trotter, to a win in the sixth race as he posted a time of 2:15.
Cisco’s second victory came in race 8 for 3-year-old colt pacers as Dirty Steve was the winner in 2:01.3.
In race 4, which featured 2-year-old colt trotters, Jack Dailey drove Home Run Trot to a win in 2:09.3.
Officially Nub, driven by Cameron McCown, won race 5 for 2-year-old colt pacers in 2:01.3.
The final race of the day was the Ohio Ladies Pace Series Race as Mandy Jones drove Bruno Michael to the win in 2:02.1.
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