Document type

Score Card

Authors

Bridgton Fair

Park

Bridgton Fair Trotting Park

Date of Race

8-12-1926

Park Location

Bridgton, Maine

Event Type

Fair

Race

Free for All & 2.24 Class Trot or Pace

Gait

Trot and Pace

Identifier

MS_1465_b001_1926_doc_00193

Level of Description

Item

Extent of the Unit of Description

1 page

Abstract

Scan of the August 12, 1926 score card for the Bridgton Fair Free for All and 2.24 Class Trot or Pace with Guy Kendall's handwritten notes on race finishes. No notes appear on the card's reverse. Ribbon Cane won the $500 Free for All purse. Irene Medium took the $400 purse in the 2.24 Class Trot or Pace. Irene Medium fell and broke her leg in the third heat of the Cumberland County Fair 2.25 Trot and Pace (owner driven) in September 1926.

Comments

OFFICIAL SCORE CARD
Bridgton Fair
Aug. 10, 11, 12 1926

THURSDAY, AUGUST 12, 1926
Free for All. Purse $500.

1. Jennie H., chestnut mare, J. Howard Randall, Harrison, Me.
2. Banner M., bay gelding, A. W. Walker, Haverhill, Mass.
3. Nicholas, bay gelding, A. W. Walker, Haverhill, Mass.
4. Ribbon Cane, bay mare, Masons Stable, Medford, Mass.

2.24 Class Trot or Pace. Purse $400.

1. Irene Medium, chestnut mare, W. C. Wyman, Portland, Me.
2. Lightning Express, bay gelding, Charles J. Knight, Biddeford, Me.
3. Anna Echo, bay mare, Albert Murch, So. Casco, Me.
4. Bonnie Gift, bay mare, James Hennessey, Somerville, Mass.
5. Allie Delmar, bay gelding, C. F. Lynskey, Lawrence, Mass.
6. Todd Maxey, bay gelding, R. L. Sturgis, Norway, Me.
7. Hal Direct, bay gelding, F. W. Woodman, Harverhill, Mass.

Keywords

Standardbred horses, Maine harness racing, Maine horse racing, Sulky racing, Trotting races

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Bridgton Fair Free for All

Bridgton, Maine

Scan of the August 12, 1926 score card for the Bridgton Fair Free for All and 2.24 Class Trot or Pace with Guy Kendall's handwritten notes on race finishes. No notes appear on the card's reverse. Ribbon Cane won the $500 Free for All purse. Irene Medium took the $400 purse in the 2.24 Class Trot or Pace. Irene Medium fell and broke her leg in the third heat of the Cumberland County Fair 2.25 Trot and Pace (owner driven) in September 1926.

 

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