Let's Play Fair's Hall of Fame Page

Let's Play Fair
W T F F 8/10/2001 Molotov - Greys Gold Dust
Ran for the DQ Williams Kennel
Owned by Sharon L. Williams
Trained by David Helton
JGR Starts: 224/69-46-44-25
Stakes Starts: 21/5-3-3-2
 
Accomplishments: 3rd Night of Stars XV
4th 2004 Orange Park Derby
Finalist Night of Stars XII
Finalist 2006 Orange Park Derby
Finalist 2005 Orange Park Derby
 
Letís Play Fair was the queen over the 660 yard course for the majority of her career on the Jacksonville Racing Circuit. She was a threat in every race that she was entered in and competed in an astonishing 224 consecutive races in a row. Fair had tremendous late speed and could run down anyone on the lead if she wanted to and if she started from the 8 box, forgetaboutit. On occasion she would break well and in those efforts she put up one her double digit wins or one, in a line of several, meet best times. The only black mark on her resume is that she never won the big one. She did however make the finals of the Orange Park Derby for 3 straight years a feat that might have never been done before. The closest that she came to a title were her 3rd place effort in NOS XV and her 4th place finish in the 2004 Orange Park Derby. Fair will always be remember by fans as the greyhound that rarely missed the board, won a ton of races (69 in all) and if she wanted to run, no lead was safe.
 
No lead was safe and if she broke, it was over early on.
 
Made the finals of the Orange Park Derby three years in a row. (2004-2006)
Let's Play Fair
All-Americans
2010 - Eds Budby
2009 - Penny Candy
2008 - Kiowa Wish Frank
2008 - Penny Candy
2007 - Afleet Alex
2006 - Kay V Tatoo Tony
2004 - Dustin The Way
2003 - Burt Road
1994 - ML Top Royalty
1993 - Mega Morris
1993 - Ml Top Royalty
1993 - Rv Snowlady
1992 - Wiretex
1990 - Hello Higsbee
1984 - Blue Twinkle
1983 - My Problem
1983 - BJ's Justin
1974 - Sand Cut
 
Rural Rube Award
1984 - Classical Act
 
Flashy Sir Award
2003 - Burt Road
1993 - Rv Snowlady
1974 - Sand Cut