Document type

Score Card

Park

Sage Park

Date of Race

6-30-1930

Park Location

Windsor, Connecticut

Event Type

Circuit

Race

Bay State Circuit Race

Gait

Trot and Pace

Identifier

MS_1465_b001_1930a_doc_00595

Level of Description

Item

Extent of the Unit of Description

4 pages

Abstract

Trott's Official Score Card for the Monday, June 30, 1930 Bay State Circuit races at Sage Park Windsor, Conn. The Bay State Circuit, which formed in 1911, were staged at only tracks in New England. Other race locations included Northampton, Sturbridge, Avon, Springfield, Greenfield, and Catham.

This score card was originally priced at 15-cents and includes the names of race officials and Guy Kendall's handwritten notes recording race details. Kendall also mounted a photo on the interior of the program. 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 but was also a reporter covering harness racing for The Boston Globe from 1896-1949. A Frank Trott advertisement to "Insure Your Horses ... Against Death" appears on the back page of the score card.

Comments

SAGE PARK
WINDSOR, CONN.
BAY STATE CIRCUIT
Monday, June 30, 1930

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

FIRST EVENT
2:15 CLASS
PURSE $2,000
PACING— THREE HEATS

Margaret Grattan, b m, 2:06 1/4
Grattan Royal, 2:06 % — Phoebe Onward, by Mark Onward
Mahoney Bros., Hyde Park, Mass.
GREEN-GOLD W . FLEMMING

Prince W., b g, 2:05 1/4
Prince McKinney— Margaret S., by Axworthy, 2:15 1/2
Newbrook Stable, Newbrook, N. J.
GREEN-RED W . HODSON

Mordkin, b g, 2:06 3/4
Belwin, 2:06 3/4— Petrella, 2:15 3/4, by Peter the Great, 2:07 1/4
T. Ashworth, Charlton City, Mass.
RED -BLACK A. RODNEY

Tony Worthy, b g , 2:07
Worthy McKinney, 2:08— Betsy Hamlin, 2:05 1/4, by Lorenzo Hamlin
A. S. Case, Three Bridges, N. J.
GREEN-RED H. GOODHART

Doris Direct, b m, 2:04 1/4
Braden Direct, 2:01 1/4— Miss Patsy, 2:10 1/4, by Oratorila 2:13
W . H. Leese, Monroe N. Y.
BLAC K -WHITE W . LEESE

Peter Mangus, b g, 2:08 1/4 (scratch)
Pieffer, 2 :1 5 1/4— Lawrietta, 2:12 1/4, by Heir At Law, 2:05 3/4
F. W . Woodman, Haverhill, Mass.
GREEN J. KINGSLEY

Wayne Direct, b g , 2:05 3/4
Braden Direct, 2:01 1/4— Lena Louise, by Hedgewood Boy, 2:01
The K Stable, Auburn, N.Y.
RED-DRAB W . CATON

Golden Maize, b m , 2:08 1/4
Guy Axworthy, 2:08 3/4— Cream Silk, by Moko
Stevens & White, New Canaan, Conn.
BLUE A . MARTIN

SECOND EVENT
2:18 CLASS
PURSE $1,000
TROTTING— THREE HEATS

Morning Express, br g , 2:07 1/2
Atlantic Express, 2:07 3/4— Evening Gale, 2:07 1/4, by Ewath, 2:02
John M. Carroll, Newton, Mass.
GREEN -BROWNE. KIRBY

Ruth Potempkin, b rm , 2:09 1/4
Peter Potempkin, 2:15 1/4— Pauline Rose, 2:19 1/4, by Constenaro, 2:16 1/4
W . R. Hayes, Duquoin, Ill.
BROWN-WHITE H. FITZPATRICK

Peggy's Express, b m , 2:14 1/2 (scratch)
Atlantic Express, 2:07 3/4— Peter’s Peggy, by Peter the Great, 2:0 7 1/4
Chas. Mosher, Greenfield, Mass.
BLACK C. MOSHER

Guy Fletcher, b h , 2:09 3/4
Guy Axworthy, 2:08 1/4— Hilda Fletcher, 2:07 3/4, by Peter the Great, 2:07 1/4
Woody Hill Farm, Salem, N.Y.
BROWN L. BRUSIE

Volo Yorke, br h
Peter Volo, 2:02— Miss Yorke, by Moko
Blue Ridge Stable, Kansas City, Mo.
BLACK-GOLD W . BREITENFIELD

Hollyrood Brenda, ch m, 2:11 (scratch)
Arion Guy— Hollyrood Floss, 2:25 1/4 , by Axworthy, 2:15 1/2
McGrath Stable, Reading, Pa.
OLD GOLD E. M cGRATH

Chestnut Harvester, br g , 2:10 1/4
Chestnut Peter, 2:05 1/4— Harveta, 2:09 3/4, by The Harvester, 2:01
The McGrath Stable, Reading, Pa.
OLD GOLD J. McGRATH

THIRD EVENT
2:18 CLASS
PURSE $600
PACING— THREE HEATS

Joe McKinney, b g , 2:10 3/4
Arion McKinney— Edna, by Norbelle
W . Flemming Stable, Brockton, Mass.
GREEN-GOLD W . FLEMMING

Marching Peter, ro g , 2:15
Peter Worthy— Silver March, by Prince March
A. J. Manfield, Milton, Ohio
SILVER-RED A. MANFIELD

Mortnight, b g , 2:11 1/4
Mark Night— Carrie Nation
Rodney Stable, Springfield, Mass.
RED -BLACK A. RODNEY

Erie Red , ch g ,
Napoleon Direct, 1:59 1/4— dam by John A ., 2:03 1/4
W . B. Eckert, Reading, Pa.
GREEN -WHITE H. GOODHART

Patch Direct, b g. 2.10 1/4 (scratch)
Direct’s Star, 2:09 1/4 — dam by Dan Patch, 1:55 1/4
Fred K. Jones, Frankford, Pa.
BLACK CHECK E. PITM AN

Cleburne, ch g , 2:15 1/2
Napoleon Direct, 1:59 1/4— Jane Hal, by Argot Hal
The McGrath Stable, Reading, Pa.
RED -WHITE E. McGRATH

Rhineworthy, b f , 2:13
Worthy Peter, 2:08 1/2— Rhine Gypsy
R. M. Stauffle, Washington, D. C.
BLACK-GREEN W . GARRISON

Nanquil McKlyo, br m , 2:11 1/4
Peter McKlyo, 2:06— Nanquil, by Aquilin
A. B. Martin Stable, Goshen, N. Y.
BLUE A. MARTIN

Stateline, ch g , 2:06
Axtell Line— Mary Stately, by Stately
Gus Munz, Brooklyn, N. Y.
BLUE-GOLD G. MUNZ

Ariel Peters, ch f , 2:12
Chestnut Peter, 2:05 1/4— Ariel Leyburn, by Ario Leyburn, 2:07 1/4
J. H. Quinn, Worcester, Mass.
GREEN -BROWN J. LEONARD

Lone Boy, ch g , 2:07 1/4
Hedgewood Boy, 2:01— Imalone, by Constenaro, 2 :16 1/4
E. A. Sunderlin, Athol, Mass.
BROWN E. SUNDERLIN

Keywords

Standardbred horses, American Standardbred racehorses, New England harness racing, Connecticut harness racing, Connecticut horse racing, Sulky racing, Trotting races

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Bay State Circuit, Sage Park, June 30, 1930

Windsor, Connecticut

Trott's Official Score Card for the Monday, June 30, 1930 Bay State Circuit races at Sage Park Windsor, Conn. The Bay State Circuit, which formed in 1911, were staged at only tracks in New England. Other race locations included Northampton, Sturbridge, Avon, Springfield, Greenfield, and Catham.

This score card was originally priced at 15-cents and includes the names of race officials and Guy Kendall's handwritten notes recording race details. Kendall also mounted a photo on the interior of the program. 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 but was also a reporter covering harness racing for The Boston Globe from 1896-1949. A Frank Trott advertisement to "Insure Your Horses ... Against Death" appears on the back page of the score card.

 

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