Document type

Race Program

Park

State Fair Park

Date of Race

9-7-1927

Park Location

Lewiston, Maine

Event Type

Fair

Race

2.25 Pace

Gait

Pace

Identifier

MS_1465_b001_1927b_doc_00461

Level of Description

Item

Extent of the Unit of Description

1 page

Abstract

Score card for the Sept. 7, 1927, 2.25 Pace, at the State Fair Park in Lewiston, Maine, cut from a larger race program. Score card was glued into the photo album by Guy Kendall. Card includes Kendall's handwritten notes about changes in the field and race finishes.

Comments

2.25 Pace,
Purse $500

Harry J., Wells (written in by Kendall)

1. “Marion Earl" gray mare; by Earl Jr.
P. M. O’Brien, Dixfield, Me.
Colors: Black and White. Driver: O’Brien.

2. “Ben Evans” bay gelding by Oliver Evans;
I. J. Kelley, Bangor, Me.
Colors: Green and Gold. Driver: Chappelle.

3. "Clyda Dewey" (scratch) bay mare; by John Dewey;
F. M. Hunnewell, Portland, Me.
Colors: Canary. Driver: Simmons.

4. “Nan McKlyo” brown mare; by Peter McKlyo;
Ripley Mason, South Paris, Me.
Colors: Black and white. Driver: Fox.

5. "Miss Possibility" (scratch) chestnut mare; by Possibility;
F. P. Fox, Lewiston, Me. Driver: Fox.

Trial to Beat 2.30 1/4 Trotting “Grace Mozart” bay mare; by Peter Mozart; M. D. Barrett, Lewiston, Me . Driver: Barrett. Unfinished at sundown

Keywords

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

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Sep 7th, 12:00 AM

2.25 Pace, Lewiston, Maine

Lewiston, Maine

Score card for the Sept. 7, 1927, 2.25 Pace, at the State Fair Park in Lewiston, Maine, cut from a larger race program. Score card was glued into the photo album by Guy Kendall. Card includes Kendall's handwritten notes about changes in the field and race finishes.

 

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