STAR of the 2015 Little Brown Jug and the Horse of the Year, Wiggle It Jiggleit is poised to return to the Delaware County Fair in a conditioned event as part of the Jug Day program on Thursday.
The gelded son of Mr Wiggles has been sidelined for nearly three years with back issues and has competed in four qualifying races at Harrah’s Philadelphia preparing for his comeback.
Winner of 38 of 51 his starts before injury halted his career, Wiggle It Jiggleit has bankroll of $3.9 million for George Teague junior and Teague Racing Partnership.
Trained by Clyde Francis, with Montrell Teague to hold the reins, the seven-year-old has drawn barrier three.
“We cannot thank Team Teague enough for considering the Delaware County Fair for Wiggle It Jiggleit’s return,” Delaware’s Director of Racing, Tom Wright said.
“I am sure the 40,000 plus fans will enjoy seeing the champion back on the track.”