Document type

Score Card

Event Title

Sage Park Pace & Trot

Park

Sage Park

Date of Race

7-9-1926

Park Location

Windsor, Connecticut

Identifier

MS_1465_b001_1924_doc_00158

Level of Description

Item

Extent of the Unit of Description

4 pages

Abstract

Trott's Official Score Card for the Friday, July 9, 1926 races at Sage Park Windsor, Conn. The card includes the names of race officials and Guy Kendall's handwritten notes recording race details. The score card was printed by Trott Brothers of Boston, Mass. Frank G. Trott was an agent with Hartford Live Stock Insurance Co., selling insurance coverage for race horses. Frank Trott was also a reporter for the Boston Globe, covering harness racing in New England from 1896-1949.

Comments

TROTTS OFFICIAL SCORE CARD
Sage Park Windsor, Conn.
Thursday, July 8th, 1926

A. H. STANDISH, Starter
C. B. STICKNEY, Judge
F. H. THRALL, Pres.
J. P. GRAHAM, Sec’y
S. J. ORR, Vice-Pres
A. J. WILSON, Treas.

FIRST EVENT
2:15 CLASS
PURSE $1,000
PACING, 3 IN 5

1. GOLDEN DIRECT , chestnut gelding, 2:06 1/4 Sire, Walter Direct—Beaut Kennedy by Jim Kennedy BROWN-WHITE H. TYSON

2. GILDED LADY SECOND, brown mare, 2:04 1/2 Sire, Peter William—Gilded Lady by Heir at Law BROWN C. SPOON

3. HOLT (scratch), bay gelding, 2:10 Sire, Beirne Holt—Mary Pettit by Dolan Chief BLACK-GOLD F. TOBEY

4. JOLLY GIRL, bay mare, 2:09 1/4 Sire, Binjolla—Bloomer Girl by Allan Downs GREEN-WHITE J. BURLINGAME

5. BARNEY SUNSHINE, bay gelding, 2:14 1/4 Sire, Peter Vonia—Berta Belini by Belini BLUE H. LOVELL

6. D.A.D., black gelding, 2:10 1/4 Sire, Don Densmore—Franconn by Greystone BLUE A. MARTIN

7. COQUETILLA, bay mare, 2:08 1/4 Sire, Bonington—Catherine I by Peter the Great GREEN—WHITE W. BREITENFIELD

8. BILLY FITCH, bay gelding, 2:11 1/4 Sire, San Francisco—Mare by Sidney Dillon BLUE-RED A. MORRISON

9. ROBERT NERVOLO (scratch), bay gelding, 2:11 3/4 (EASEFAST, roan gelding, written in by Kendall). Sire, Nervolo—Unnamed Mare by Duke Arundle BLUE H. KING

10. HAZEL DIRECT, bay mare, 2:08 Sire, High Admiral—Dottie Dimple by Patchen Wilkes BLUE-WHITE J. SMITH

SECOND EVENT
FREE FOR ALL
PURSE $1,000
PACING 2 IN 3

1. KATE HAL, chestnut mare, 2:01 1/4 Sire, Hal Mercury—Alberta Lass by Wiry Jim BLACK-WHITE W. LEESE

2. SIR ROCH, bay gelding, 1:59 1/2 Sire, Saint Roch—Animus by Echo Bell BROWN G. LOOMIS

3. GUESSWORK, bay mare, 2:04 3/4 Sire, Peter the Great—Elsie Leyburn by Expedition GREEN-GOLD W. FLEMMING

4. BARON WORTHY, roan gelding, 2:01 Sire, Worthy McKinney—Baroness Sybill by Baron Wilkes BLACK-WHITE H. CORBIN

5. RIBBON CANE, bay mare, 2:01 3/4 Sire, Peterhof—Dixie Lou by Walter Direct BLUE C. MASON

6. BILLY D, bay gelding, 2:07 1/4 Sire, Leo Tell GREEN-WHITE W. BREITENFIELD

THIRD EVENT
2:09 CLASS
PURSE $1,000
TROTTING 2 IN 3

1. THOMPSON DILLON, black gelding, 2:02 3/4 Sire, Dillon Axworthy—Miss Pierette by Peter the Great BLACK-WHITE W. LEESE

2. COASTA JAY, brown mare, 2:08 1/4 Sire, Indiana Jay—Effie C. by Coastman WHITE-GREEN W. McGEATH

3. PETER BUSKIRK, bay geldings, 2:08 1/4 Sire, Peter the Great—Lady Ripples by The Tramp GREEN-GOLD W. HODSON

4. ESCOTILLO, brown gelding, 2:03 3/4 Sire, Atlantic Express—Quite Worthy by Axworthy BLUE-WHITE E. McGRATH

5. MARMADUKE, bay gelding, 2:03 1/4 Sire, Belwin—Jane Ann H. by Peter the Great BLACK-RED H. BRUSIE

6. FAYETTE NATIONAL, brown gelding, 2:03 1/4 Sire, San Francisco—Wignam Belle by Wignam BLUE-WHITE L. BRUSIE

7. LITTLE SLED, bay gelding, 2:08 1/4 Sire, Sledmere—Azadora by Azoff GREEN-WHITE W. BREITENFIELD

8. HARRIS AXTIEN, black gelding, 2:08 1/4 Sire, Axtien BLACK W. CROZIER

9. LEE WINDER, brown gelding, 2:13 1/4 Sire, Lee Axworthy BLUE R. WHITEHILL

Keywords

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

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Sage Park Pace & Trot

Windsor, Connecticut

Trott's Official Score Card for the Friday, July 9, 1926 races at Sage Park Windsor, Conn. The card includes the names of race officials and Guy Kendall's handwritten notes recording race details. The score card was printed by Trott Brothers of Boston, Mass. Frank G. Trott was an agent with Hartford Live Stock Insurance Co., selling insurance coverage for race horses. Frank Trott was also a reporter for the Boston Globe, covering harness racing in New England from 1896-1949.

 

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