Document type

Race Program

Authors

Skowhegan Fair

Park

Skowhegan Fair Trotting Park

Date of Race

8-19-1927

Park Location

Skowhegan, Maine

Event Type

Free-for-all

Race

The C.M.P. Co. Jr. Free for All

Gait

Trot and Pace

Identifier

MS_1465_b001_1927a_doc_00379

Level of Description

Item

Extent of the Unit of Description

2 pages

Abstract

Scan of the race card for "The CMP Co." Jr. Free for All race cut out of the 1927 Skowhegan Fair race program by Guy Kendall. The race card includes Kendall's handwritten notes about changes in the line up of drivers and race finishes and times.

Comments

Jr. Free For All
“The C. M. P. Co.”
Purse $500

1. Floyd Direct, brown gelding, by Empire Direct.
Owner: John Willard, Presque Isle
Driver: Pierce Chapelle (written in by Kendall)

2. Ribbon Cane, bay mare, by Peter Hoff.
Owner: F. Kingsley, Medford, Mass.
Driver: J. F. Kingsley.

3. Auto Pace, black gelding, by Autocrat.
Owner: A. J. Wills, Lawrence, Mass.
Driver: Connors (written in by Kendall)

4. Calgary Earl, chestnut gelding, Earl Jr.
Owner: Dr. C. E. Norcross, Hartland
Driver: B. C. Wells (written in by Kendall)

5. Ruby P., roan mare, by Symbol
Owner: P. W. H. Keyes, St. Stephens, N. B., Canada
Driver: W. H. Keyes. Col., Brown & Black

Keywords

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

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Track Location

 
 
Aug 19th, 12:00 AM

“The C. M. P. Co.”

Skowhegan, Maine

Scan of the race card for "The CMP Co." Jr. Free for All race cut out of the 1927 Skowhegan Fair race program by Guy Kendall. The race card includes Kendall's handwritten notes about changes in the line up of drivers and race finishes and times.

 

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