Document type

Race Program

Park

Sage Park

Date of Race

7-4-1927

Park Location

Windsor, Connecticut

Race

2.07 Pace Class

Gait

Pace

Identifier

MS_1465_b001_1927_doc_00270

Level of Description

Item

Extent of the Unit of Description

4 pages

Abstract

Trott's Official Score Card for the Monday, July 4, 1927 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 William J. Doyle.

The programs marks the inaugural Sage Park Prize 2.07 Class Pace. The score card also includes the 2:24 Class Trotting Three in Five and the Allan J. Wilson Cup Pace for three year olds.

Comments

TROTT'S Official Score Card

SAGE PARK WINDSOR, CONN. Monday, July 4, 1927

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. HARRY McKENNEY, Asst. Starter

FIRST EVENT 2:24 CLASS PURSE $1,000 TROTTING— THREE IN FIVE

1. Peterport, bay horse Sire, Peter Scott—Treciletta, by Tregantle, W. H. Quis, Winfield, N. Y.

2. Lulu S., bay mare, Sire, Mainleaf—Amy Knight, by Border Knight A. L. Martin , Rockville, Conn.

3. Rozeta, black mare, Sire, Atlantic Express—Vozeta by Peter Volo George A. Graves, Boston, Mass.

4. Lema Volo, bay mare, Sire, Peter Volo—Palema, by Bingen Spring Meadow Farm, Center Square, Pa.

5. Temple Harvester, bay gelding, Sire, the Harvester—Zorah Temple by the Deforest H. M. S tanford , Springfield, Mass.

6. Birdsonia, bay mare, Sire, Bin Jolla—Driftsonia by Walnut Hall, Gurnsey and Safford, Keene, N. H.

7. George W. Foster, bay gelding, (scratch) Sire, Peter Potemkin—Maire Constant by Constenaro, J. D. Knight, Reading, Mass.

8. Neil Volo, brown gelding, (scratch) Sire, Peter Volo—Katy O’Neil by Walnut Hall Fred Holsapple, Copake Falls, N.Y.

INAUGURAL SAGE PARK PRIZE SECOND EVENT 2:07 CLASS PURSE $10,000 PACING—THREE HEATS

$1,500 to winner of each heat; $750 to second horse; $450 to third; $300 to fourth; $1,000 to winner of race

1. Guesswork, bay mare, Sire, Peter the Great—Elise Leyburn by Expedition, W. H. Mahony, Hyde Pa rk, Mass.

2. Ribboncane, bay mare, Sire, Peterhof—Dixie Lou by Walter Direct, L. W . Kenney, Lynnfield, Mass.

3. Silver Weather, chestnut horse, Sire, Silver Axworthy—Miss Weathers, by E. P. W. James P. Berry, Hartford , Conn.

4. Lady Patch, bay mare, Sire, Walter Cochato—Maud by India Dan Patch William Leber, Ephrata , Pa.

5. Major Frisco, bay gelding, (scratch) Sire, Frisco—Nelly Wilkes by Island Wilkes, Jr., H. M. Stanford , Springfield, Mass.

6. Colonel Bidwell, bay gelding, Sire, Colonel Forrest—Dorothy Bidwell by Cochato, William H. Leeser Stable, Monroe, N.Y.

7. Hollyrood Volo, bay gelding, Sire, Peter Volo—Fanny Stanton by Bingen, Thomas L. Anderson, St. Paul, Minn.

8. Billy D., bay gelding, Sire, Leo Tell—Gertie B., by Bee Gee, F. C. Niles, Kansas City, Mo.

9. Jean Grattan, brown mare, Sire, Grattan Royal—Darkey Hal by Star Hal Robert Trench, Teeswater, Ont.

10. Neill Frisco, brown gelding, (scratch) Sire, San Franciso—Katy O'Neill by Walnut Hall W. P. McCraw, North Adams, Mass.

12. Admiral Grattan, brown horse, (scratch) Sire, Grattan Royal—Phillis Admiral by High Admiral, Robert Trench, Teeswater, Ont.

14. Red Line, chestnut gelding, (scratch) Sire, Colonel Johnson—Breeding of dam not given Gallagher & Hammond, Woodstock, N. B.

ALLAN J. WILSON CUP
THIRD EVENT
FOALS OF 1924
PURSE $2,000
PACING — TWO IN THREE

1. Rose Grattan, bay filly, Sire, Grattan Royal—I-am-a Widow by Widower Peter, W. R. Payne, Toronto, Ont.

2. Ace High, bay gelding, Sire, Peter Volo—Miss Dot by Bernadotte, M. J . Aronson, New York, N. Y.

3. Volo Rico, brown gelding, Sire, Peter Volo—Ethel Rico by Manrico B., James P. Berry, Hartford , Conn.

4. Zom McKinney, brown gelding, Sire, Zombrino— Beaut McKinney by Wallace McKinney, N. P. Wheeler, White River Junction, Vt.

5. Benton Direct, black gelding, Sire, Braden Direct—May Benton by Willie Benton, H. M. Stanford , Springfield, Mass.

6. Abbe Coggins, bay gelding, (scratch) Sire, the Abbe—the Great Madam by Peter the Great, Noah Squires, Hartford , Conn.

7. Sir Morgan, bay colt, Sire, Morgan Axworthy—Chatty Todd by Sir Frederick, Ralph Paul Adams, Bridgeville, Dela.

8. Gypsy Star, chestnut filly, Sire, Napoleon Direct— Princess at Law by Constenaro, Herbert A. Rugg, Lowell, Mass.

Keywords

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

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Inaugural Sage Park Prize

Windsor, Connecticut

Trott's Official Score Card for the Monday, July 4, 1927 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 William J. Doyle.

The programs marks the inaugural Sage Park Prize 2.07 Class Pace. The score card also includes the 2:24 Class Trotting Three in Five and the Allan J. Wilson Cup Pace for three year olds.

 

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