Document type

Race Program

Park

Skowhegan Fair Park

Date of Race

8-20-1932

Park Location

Skowhegan, Maine

Event Type

Fair

Race

Skowhegan Fair Races

Identifier

MS_1465_b001_1932b_doc_01168

Level of Description

Item

Extent of the Unit of Description

12 pages

Abstract

Souvenir program for the Saturday, August 20, 1932 harness races, horse pulling, and baseball game. Noted in the program is the track record holder, Millie W. with a time of 2.05 3/4. The program includes a list of the Skowhegan Fair Officers and Race Officials. The program explains how the "Added Money Race Plan" worked. Baseball teams slated to play are the Philadelphia Colored Giants vs. Boston Colored Tigers.

The program includes Kendall's handwritten notes on changes in the field of horses, drivers, as well as race results. Kendall mounted race day photos inside the program.

Comments

Souvenir Program
Skowhegan Fair
Saturday, August 20, 1932

2:25 TROTTING — MAINE OWNED

FIRST DIVISION

1. DUCKY FRISCO, br g, San Francisco Stanley Tweedie, Unity Driv.—S. Tweedie Col.—Purple

2. HIRAM BIRD, bg, Lord Frisco F. H. Wiggin, Etna Driv.—C. Hartin Cols.—Green and White

3. BOB WORTHY, br g, Harvest Worthy Dr. H. W. Stanwood, Rumford Driv.—J. Jordan Col.—Brown

4. PRIMAL, bm. Primator A. F. Pinkham, Bangor Driv.—V. Douse — Cols.—Brown

5. CALUMET AMORET, br s, Belwin F. C. Pooler, Skowhegan Driv.—W. Keys Cols- Brown and Black

4. DAN WATTS, bg, Gen. Watts A. P. Nickerson, Hampden Driv.—G. Reed Col.—Grey

SECOND DIVISION

1. ALLEN HARVESTER, bg, The Harvester Edw. Webb and Frank Cone, Bangor Driv.—C. Chappelle Cols.—Green & Yellow

2. RUBEN GLUE, bg, Atlantic Express A. W. Drake, Albion Driv.—A. Drake Cols.—Black and Orange

3. EMPHATIC, bg, San Francisco S. E. Whitcomb, Waterville Driv.—Henry Clukey Col.—Orange & Black

4. JACK HARDY, ch g, Joseph Guy R. L. Sturgis, Norway Driv.—J. Kingsley Col.—Green

5. JACK EVANS, bg, Oliver Evans J. Lee McKinney, Presque Isle Driv.—L. McKinney Cols.—Blue and Gold

6. LOUIS HANOVER, bg,(Scratch) Dillon Axworthy I. W. Pottle, Portland Driv.—I. Pottle Cols.—Black and Gold

2:14 PACING

1. RHINEWORTHY, bm, 2:07 3/4, Worthy Peter R. A. Jewell, Fairfield Driv.—J. McDonald Cols.—Brown and Green

2. SASSY MARIE, bm, 2:10 1/4, John R. Kurtz D. W. Groves, Milltown Driv.—V. Douse Col.—Brown

3. VAN LUE, bg, 2:09 3/4, Wilbur Lue Alden Glidden, Mars Hill Driv.—L. McKinney Cols.—Blue and Gold

4. HENRY OF NAVARRE, ro g, 2:09 1/4, Napoleon Direct Jordan H. B. Burgess, Rockland Dirv.—J. Kingsley (scratch driver) Jordan Col.—Green

5. THE NORTHERN KNIGHT, bg, 2:09 3/4 The Northern Man Webber Motor Co., Bangor Driv.—C. Chappelle Cols.—Green and Yellow

6. EXPRESSIVE GUY, ro g, (scratch) 2:09, Atlantic Express Forest Bond and John Miller, Waldoboro Driv.—I. Patterson Cols.—Blue and Yellow

7. HARRY LAUDER, bg, 2:08 1/4, Count Raschkoff W. H. Bird, Revere, Mass. Driv.—H. Myott Cols.—Red and Green

8. DIRECT BRADEN, H. Clukey (write in)

FREE FOR ALL TROTTING AND PACING

1. KINNEY SILK, bg, p, 2:06 1/4, Bingen Silk T. J. Kelley, Bangor Driv.—Harry Clukey Cols.—Purple and Grey

2. PETER McKINNEY, bg, p, 2:04 1/4 Mokin The Great John Coakley, Wellsley, Mass. Chas. Harrison, Reading, Mass. Driv.—J. Kingsley Col.—Green

3. DIRECT BRADEN, br g, p, (scratch) 2:10 Braden Direct F. G. Colburn, Farmington Driv.—Henry Clukey Cols.—Orange & Black

4. NOON, br s, p, (scratch) 2:03 1/4, Daystar Geo. Weiss, Cambridge, Mass. Driv.—I. Pottle Cols.—Black and Gold

5. PETER MAGNUS, bg, p, 2:07 1/4, Peter Peiffer Edw. Webb and C. P. Chappelle, Bangor Driv.—C. Chappelle Cols.—Green and Yellow

6. SISTER NAPOLEON, ch m, p, 2:06 3/4 Napoleon Direct H. B. Burgess, Rockland Driv.—J. Jordan Col.—Brown

7. EULA H. ro m, p, 2:06 1/2, Hedgewood Lad Mrs. S. A. Wathen, Ft. Fairfield Driv.—W. Wathen Cols—Blue and Gold

8. MR. NEILSON, bl s, p, 2:08 1/4 The Laurel Hall W. H. Bird, Revere, Mass. Driv.—H. Myott Cols.—Red and Green

SKOWHEGAN FAIR OFFICERS
WILLIAM L. ROBERTSON, President
FRANCIS E. CROTEAU, Secretary
RALPH T. JENKINS, Treasurer
JERRY F. COLE, First Vice-President
FRANCIS H. FRIEND, Second Vice-President
C. DAVIS MILLER, Third Vice-President
C. W. DAY, Fourth Vice-President

RACE OFFICIALS
CHAS. B. STICKNEY, Nashua, N. H., Starter

Judges
HARRY LEE, Augusta, Presiding
G. MILTON HATCH, New Vineyard
OSCAR FLANDERS, Madison

Timers
BYRON B. PERKINS
C. SCOTT ROBINSON
ROGER ROUKE, Greenfield, Mass.
FRED W. WESTON, Race Secretary and Clerk

Patrol Judges
First Turn, ROBERT TOMPKINS, Fairfield
Second Turn, CHESTER BARKER, Skowhegan
Back Stretch, EDW. J. BUTLER, Skowhegan
Flag Man, E. H. MORRILL, Skowhegan
Marshal, NORMAN LANEY, Skowhegan

Keywords

Standardbred horses, American Standardbred racehorses, Maine harness racing, Maine horse racing, Sulky racing, Trotting races, New England harness racing, Agricultural Fair races

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Skowhegan Fair, August 20, 1932 Program without photos

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Souvenir Program Skowhegan Fair, August 20, 1932

Skowhegan, Maine

Souvenir program for the Saturday, August 20, 1932 harness races, horse pulling, and baseball game. Noted in the program is the track record holder, Millie W. with a time of 2.05 3/4. The program includes a list of the Skowhegan Fair Officers and Race Officials. The program explains how the "Added Money Race Plan" worked. Baseball teams slated to play are the Philadelphia Colored Giants vs. Boston Colored Tigers.

The program includes Kendall's handwritten notes on changes in the field of horses, drivers, as well as race results. Kendall mounted race day photos inside the program.

 

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