Four-time Little Brown Jug champion driver David Miller has been selected as the 33rd Little Brown Jug Wall of Fame honoree by the Delaware County Fair.
Miller, 52, is the all-time leading driver at the Delaware County Fair. Among his 218 career wins are a pair of Jugette titles, four Old Oaken Buckets, two Buckettes and twenty Standardbred events.
The Columbus native won his first Little Brown Jug title in 2003 with No Pan Intended, capping a 10-win day at the Delaware County Fairgrounds. Miller’s other Jug titles include Shadow Play (2008), Big Bad John (2011) and Betting Line (2016).
Miller is only the third driver in the history of the sport to pass $200 million in career earnings (currently at $214.7 million) and ranks fifth in career wins with 12,170.
He was inducted into Harness Racing’s Hall of Fame in 2014 and was enshrined into the Ohio Harness Racing Hall of Fame in 2010.
Miller will be presented the Wall of Fame jacket and wall plaque during the 2017 Little Brown Jug week (September 17-21).
Jay Wolf, Little Brown Jug Publicity Director, contributed to this report.