Document type

Race Program

Authors

Rockingham Park

Park

Rockingham Park

Date of Race

8-2-1933

Park Location

Salem, N.H.

Event Type

Grand Circuit

Race

Grand Circuit Meet

Identifier

MS_1465_b001_1933a_doc_01231

Level of Description

Item

Extent of the Unit of Description

4 pages

Abstract

Official Score Card of the Wednesday, August 2, 1933 meeting of the Grand Circuit Meet at Rockingham Park, Salem, N.H. Among the races scheduled was the Foals of 1930 American Stake Race.

On April 23, 1933, gambling on harness racing was first legalized in the State of New Hampshire. Rockingham Park opened for New England's first racing series with legalized gambling on June 21, 1933. On July 27, Grand Circuit Harness Racing returned to Rockingham Park with a 16-day meet. The August 2, 1933 races, documented by Guy Kendall, marked day 7 of the 16-day meet.

The scorecard includes information about the betting process at the track and a list of the race officials for the day. The scorecard also includes Kendall's handwritten notations about race finishes.

Comments

Official Score Card
Grand Circuit Meet
Rockingham Park, Salem, N.H.
Wednesday, August 2, 1933

FIRST RACE
2:16 Class
Purse $300
PACING— ONE MILE

1 HAL ABBE, br. g . Abbedale— Marie Hal By Argot Hal Hadley Bros. Danville, Ill. RED-WHITE-BLUE H. PARSHALL

2 CHIEF ABBEDALE, blk. h. Abbedale— Marion Candler, 2.11 1/2 By Napoleon Direct J. T. Malloy, Oakland, R. I. BLUE J. PAGE

3 CALUMET CHARLES, b. g . Belwin—Justissima, 2.06 1/4 By Justice Brooke Noah Squires, Windsor, Conn. GREEN-RED W. HODSON

4 PATRICK POTEMPKIN, b. g . Peter Potempkin—Lady May By Colonel Patrick J. C. Thomspson, New York BLUE-GOLD H. STOKES

5 LYDIA KNIGHT, b. m. Peter the Brewer—Guy Rosa By Guy Axworthy W. N. Reynolds, Winston-Salem, N. C. GREEN-OLD GOLD F. EGAN

SECOND RACE
2:11 Class
Purse $300
TROTTING----ONE MILE

1 CALUMET CRUSADER, b.h.2.03 3/4 Truax— Petrella, 2.15 3/4 By Peter The Great Arden Homestead Stable, Goshen, N. Y. ORANGE-BLUE W. DICKERSON

2 FULL TRUST, br. g . 2.05 1/4 Peter Volo— Saralee 2:15 By Lee Axworthy Fred Egan, Lexington, Ky. GREEN-OLD GOLD F. EGAN

3 KASHMARY, b.m. 2 :0 6 1/2 Mr. McElwyn—-Kashmir 2.03 1/2 by Belwin J. J. Mooney, Fremont, Ohio, and J. H. O’Brien, Detroit, Mich. BLACK-WHITE B. WHITE

4 CALUMET BUSH, b. g. 2:01 Peter Pluto—Sumatra 2:02 1/4 By Belwin Good Time Stable, Goshen, N. Y. BLUE-GOLD H. STOKES

5 HOLLYROOD ROMAN br.g 2:03 1/2 Great Britton— Sara Kelly By Peter Volo J. D. Welsh Estate, Kansas City, Mo. GREY-BLACK M. CHILDS

6 MAXHALL, b. g. 2:03 The Laurel Hall— Bessie Maxey 2.13 1/2 By Judge Maxey W. H. Leese, Monroe, N. Y. BLACK-WHITE W. LEESE

THIRD RACE
2:16 Class
Purse $300
PACING— ONE MILE

1 HAL ABBE, br. g. Abbedale— Marie Hal By Argot Hal Hadley Bros. Danville, Ill. RED-WHITE-BLUE H. PARSHALL

2 CHIEF ABBEDALE, blk. h. Abbedale— Marion Candler, 2.11 1/2 By Napoleon Direct J. T. Malloy, Oakland, R. I. BLUE J. PAGE

3 CALUMET CHARLES, b. g . Belwin—Justissima, 2.06 1/4 By Justice Brooke Noah Squires, Windsor, Conn. GREEN-RED W. HODSON

4 PATRICK POTEMPKIN, b. g. Peter Potempkin—Lady May By Colonel Patrick J. C. Thomspson, New York BLUE-GOLD H. STOKES

5 LYDIA KNIGHT, b. m. Peter the Brewer— Guy Rosa By Guy Axworthy W. N. Reynolds, Winston-Salem, N. C. GREEN-OLD GOLD F. EGAN

FOURTH RACE
2:11 Class
Purse $300
TROTTING— ONE MILE

1 CALUMET CRUSADER b.h. 2.03 3/4 Truax—Petrella, 2.15 3/4 By Peter The Great Arden Homestead Stable, Goshen, N. Y. ORANGE-BLUE W. DICKERSON

2 FULL TRUST, br. g . 2.05 1/4 Peter Volo—Saralee 2:15 By Lee Axworthy Fred Egan, Lexington, Ky. GREEN-OLD GOLD F. EGAN

3 KASHMARY, b.m. 2 :0 6 1/2 Mr, McElwyn— Kashmir 2.03 1/2 by Belwin J. J. Mooney, Fremont, Ohio, and J. H. O’Brien, Detroit, Mich. BLACK-WHITE B. WHITE

4 CALUMET BUSH, b. g. 2:01 Peter Pluto— Sumatra 2: 02 1/4 By Belwin Good Time Stable, Goshen, N. Y. BLUE-GOLD H. STOKES

5 HOLLYROOD ROMAN br.g 2:03 1/2 Great Britton— Sara Kelly By Peter Volo J. D. Welsh Estate, Kansas City, Mo. GREY-BLACK M. CHILDS

6 MAXHALL, b. g. 2:03 The Laurel Hall— Bessie Maxey 2.13 1/2 By Judge Maxey W. H. Leese, Monroe, N. Y. BLACK-WHITE W. LEESE

FIFTH RACE
2:16 Class
Purse $300
PACING— ONE MILE

1 HAL ABBE, br. g. Abbedale— Marie Hal By Argot Hal Hadley Bros. Danville, Ill. RED-WHITE-BLUE H. PARSHALL

2 CHIEF ABBEDALE, blk. h. Abbedale—Marion Candler, 2.11 1/2 By Napoleon Direct J. T. Malloy, Oakland, R. I. BLUE J. PAGE

3 CALUMET CHARLES, b. g. Belwin—Justissima, 2.06 1/4 By Justice Brooke Noah Squires, Windsor, Conn. GREEN-RED W. HODSON

4 PATRICK POTEMPKIN, b. g. Peter Potempkin— Lady May By Colonel Patrick J. C. Thomspson, New York BLUE-GOLD H. STOKES

5 LYDIA KNIGHT, b. m. Peter the Brewer—Guy Rosa By Guy Axworthy W. N. Reynolds, Winston-Salem, N. C. GREEN-OLD GOLD F. EGAN

SIXTH RACE
2:11 Class
Purse $300
TROTTING— ONE MILE

1 CALUMET CRUSADER b.h. 2.03 3/4 Truax—Petrella, 2.15 3/4 By Peter The Great Arden Homstead Stable, Goshen, N. Y. ORANGE-BLUE W. DICKERSON

2 FULL TRUST, br. g. 2.05 1/4 Peter Volo—Saralee 2:15 By Lee Axworthy Fred Egan, Lexington, Ky. GREEN-OLD GOLD F. EGAN

3 KASHMARY, b .m . 2:06 1/2 Mr. McElwyn— Kashmir 2.03 1/2 by Belwin J. J. Mooney, Fremont, Ohio, and J. H. O’Brien, Detroit, Mich. BLACK-WHITE B. WHITE

4 CALUMET BUSH, b. g. 2:01 Peter Pluto— Sumatra 2:02 1/4 By Belwin Good Time Stable, Goshen, N. Y. BLUE-GOLD H. STOKES

5 HOLLYROOD ROMAN, b r .g 2:0 3 1/2 Great Britton— Sara Kelly By Peter Volo J. D. Welsh Estate, Kansas City, Mo. GREY-BLACK M. CHILDS

6 MAXHALL, b. g. 2:03 The Laurel Hall— Bessie Maxey 2.13 1/2 By Judge Maxey W. H. Leese, Monroe, N. Y. BLACK-WHITE W. LEESE

SEVENTH RACE
THE AMERICAN STAKE
Foals of 1930
Value $1700
TROTTING— ONE MILE

1 VOLGA HANOVER, b.f. 2:05 Dillon Axworthy—Volga, 2.04 1/2 By Peter The Great Hanover Shoe Farms, Hanover, Pa. ORANGE-BLUE T. BERRY

2 BROWN BERRY, b.c. 2:07 1/4 Peter Volo— Royal Belle By Royal Watts J. I. Lyle, Plainfield, N. J. GREEN-OLD GOLD F. EGAN

3 SPENCER McELWYN b.c. 2:04 1/2 Spencer— Miss McElwyn, 2:04 1/2 By Etawah Henry H. Knight, Chicago, Ill. GREY-BLACK M. CHILDS

4 MARY REYNOLDS, b.f. 2:05 Peter The Brewer—Aileen Guy 2.03 1/4 By Guy Axworthy W. N. Reynolds, Winston-Salem, N. C. BLACK-WHITE B. WHITE

5 HOLLYROOD PORTIA, b.f. 2:06 Peter The Brewer—Hollyrood Nimble 2:10 1/4 By Joe Dodge John L. Dodge, Lexington, Ky. BROWN-RED J. DODGE

6 CALUMET DELCO, b.c. 2:07 1/4 Peter The Brewer—Dillcisco 2.06 1/2 By San Francisco F. B. Luchsinger, Monroe, Wis. BROWN L. BRUSIE

7 CALUMET DONALD b.c. 2:08 1/2 Peter The Brewer— Emma Watts By General Watts William F. Caton, Syracuse, N. Y. GREY-RED W. CATON

8 CALUMET DEVINE, b.f. 2:08 1/4 Peter The Brewer— Merry Brooke By Justice Brooke Dr. L. M. Gui linger, Andover, Ohio RED-WHITE-BLUE HI. PARSHALL

9 KING BEN, b.c. 2:04 1/4 The Laurel Hall— Pearl Banboe 2:02 3/4 By Benboe Good Time Stable, Goshen, N. Y. BLUE-GOLD H. STOKES

10 POPLAR HILL, ch. c. 2:09 Spencer— Rose Scott, 1:59 1/4 By Peter Scott Henry Oliver, Sewickley, Pa. ORANGE-BLUE W. DICKERSON

11 SIR RALEIGH, ch. c. 2:04 3/4 Chestnut Peter— Thyra Varrick By Native King Allan J. Wilson, Boston, Mass. GREEN-GOLD W. BRITENFIELD

12 PRINCE HALL, br. c. 2:05 1/2 The Laurel Hall— Princess Etawah 2.03 1/4 By Etawah Thomas Ashworth, Charlton City, Mass. BLACK-WHITE E. PITMAN

EIGHTH RACE
Non Money Winners over a Mile Track in 1933
Purse $300 PAGING—SIX FURLONGS

1 WORTHY HANOVER, b.h. Dillon Axworthy— Kalila Engleman 2:19 1/2 By J. Malcolm Forbes Sullivan and Mawlinnell, Machias, Me. GREEN-YELLOW C. CHAPPELL

2 EASTER EXRESS, b. m. Atlantic Express—Princess Ann By San Francisco E. Grey, Yarmouth, Mass BLACK-GREEN J. GENDRON

3 VALIANT ,b .g. Arion Guy—Vesta By The Harvester S. A. Graham, West Suffield, Conn. GREEN-RED H. MYOTT

4 BETTY SIGNAL, b. m. Signal Peter— Twilight Glow By Guy Axworthy J. H. Porteous, Middletown, Conn. ORANGE-GREEN L. TOOLE

5 NATE VOLO, br. m. Dillon Volo—Native Girl By Malcolm Forbes W. P. White, Lawrence, Mass. BLACK-WHITE E. FORCIER

6 GILDED BRADEN, br. g. Braden Direct— Gilded Lady 2.04 1/2 By Peter William A. A. Prouse, Rutland, Vt. BROWN L. BRUSIE

7 CALUMET BREWER, g. m. Truax— Zombrewer, 2.04 1/4 By Zombro Holsapple & Garner, Copake Falls, N. Y. GREEN-WHITE J. BRODERICK

8 FOREST GUY, b. g. David Guy— Eugenia De Forest 2:12 3/4 By The De Forest Walter H. Bird, Revere, Mass. BLUE C. LACEY

9 CALUMET DEVIL, b. h. Peter The Brewer—Silk Worthy By Guy Axworthy Carl Hughes, Bangor, Me. GREEN-WHITE V. FLEMING

NINTH RACE
THE AMERICAN STAKE
Foals of 1930
Value $1700
TROTTING— ONE MILE

1 VOLGA HANOVER, b.f. 2:05 Dillon Aworthy— Volga, 2.04 1/2 By Peter The Great Hanover Shoe Farms, Hanover, Pa. ORANGE-BLUE T. BERRY

2 BROWN BERRY, b.c. 2:07 1/4 Peter Volo— Royal Belle By Royal Watts J. I. Lyle, Plainfield, N. J. GREEN-OLD GOLD F. EGAN

3 SPENCER McELWYN b.c. 2:04 1/2 Spencer— Miss McElwyn, 2:04 1/2 By Etawah Henry H. Knight, Chicago, Ill. GREY-BLACK M. CHILDS

4 MARY REYNOLDS, b.f. 2:05 Peter The Brewer—Aileen Guy 2.03 1/4 By Guy Axworthy W. N. Reynolds, Winston-Salem, N. C. BLACK-WHITE B. WHITE

5 HOLLYROOD PORTIA, b.f. 2:06 Peter The Brewer— Hollyrood Nimble 2:10 1/4 By Joe Dodge John L. Dodge, Lexington, Ky. BROWN-RED J. DODGE

6 CALUMET DELCO, b.c. 2:07 1/4 Peter The Brewer— Dillcisco 2.06 1/2 By San Francisco F. B. Luchsinger, Monroe, Wis. BROWN L. BRUSIE

7 CALUMET DONALD b.c. 2:08 1/2 Peter The Brewer— Emma Watts By General Watts William F. Caton, Syracuse, N. Y. GREY-RED W. CATON

8 CALUMET DEVINE, b.f. 2:08 1/4 Peter The Brewer— Merry Brooke By Justice Brooke Dr. L. M. Guilinger, Andover, .Ohio RED - WHITE -BLUE H. PARSHALL

9 KING BEN, b.c. 2:04 1/4 The Laurel Hall— Pearl Benboe 2.02 3/4 By Benboe Good Time Stable, Goshen, N. Y. BLUE GOLD H. STOKES

10 POPLAR HILL, ch. c. 2:09 Spencer— Rose Scott, 1:59 1/4 By Peter Scott Henry Oliver, Sewickley, Pa. ORANGE-BLUE W. DICKERSON

11 SIR RALEIGH, ch. c. 2:04 3/4 Chestnut Peter—Thyra Varrick By Native King Allan J. Wilson, Boston, Mass. GREEN-GOLD W. BRITENFIELD

12 PRINCE HALL, br. c. 2 :0 5 1/2 The Laurel Hall— Princess Etawah 2.03 1/4 By Etawah Thomas Ashworth, Charlton City, Mass. BLACK-WHITE E. PITMAN

TENTH RACE
Non Winners of $1000 in 1933
Purse $400
TROTTING—MILE and ONE SIXTEENTH

1 ARTHUR MOWER,br. g. The Laurel Hall— Guy Brooke By Justice Brooke Good Time Stable, Goshen, N. Y. BLUE-WHITE H. STOKES

2 TRAVELER, b. h. Guy Axworthy—Natalie The Great, 2.05 1/4 By Peter The Great W. N. Reynolds, Winston-Salem, N. C. GREEN-OLD GOLD F. EGAN

3 FAIR DREAMS, br. m. Peter Volo—Hester Worthy By Guy Axworthy Arden Homestead Stable, Goshen, N. Y. ORANGE-BLUE W. DICKERSON

4 NEWBROOKE, b. g. Guy Axworthy—Carlisle Chenault By Peter Chenault H. F. Farrington, Lowvi lle, N. Y. GREEN-WHITE V. FLEMING

5 VOLO YORKE, br. g. Peter Volo— Miss Yorke By Moko I. D. Woodruff, Suffeld, Conn. BROWN L. BRUSIE

6 JOE WATTS, b. g. General Watts— Mabel Peters By Peter Giltner W. B. Eckert, Reading, Pa. GREEN-YELLOW H. GOODHART

7 UNA SIGNAL, b. m. Signal Peter—Una Bingen By Bingen Gerling Bros., Milwaukee, Wis. RED-WHITE-BLUE H. PARSHALL

OFFICIALS

STARTER
STEVE G. PHILLIPS, Xenia, Ohio

JUDGES
JOSEPH M. McGRAW, Washington, Pa.
JAMES F. YOUNG, Quincy, Mass.
CHARLES B. STICKNEY, Nashua, N. H.

TIMERS
DR. J. T. McGLYNN, Brookline, Mass.
DR. GUY E. CHESLEY, Rochester, N. H.
HARVEY COHN, Hanover, N. H.

Clerk of Course
JOHN H. GILBODY, Winchester, M

Program Service
FRANK G. TROTT, Winchester,

General Manager and Treasurer
ALLAN J. WILSON, Boston, Mass

Keywords

Standardbred horses, American Standardbred racehorses, Grand Circuit, Rockingham Park, New Hampshire harness racing, New Hampshire horse racing, Sulky racing, Trotting races, New England harness racing

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Aug 2nd, 12:00 AM

Grand Circuit Meet, Wednesday, August 2, 1933

Salem, N.H.

Official Score Card of the Wednesday, August 2, 1933 meeting of the Grand Circuit Meet at Rockingham Park, Salem, N.H. Among the races scheduled was the Foals of 1930 American Stake Race.

On April 23, 1933, gambling on harness racing was first legalized in the State of New Hampshire. Rockingham Park opened for New England's first racing series with legalized gambling on June 21, 1933. On July 27, Grand Circuit Harness Racing returned to Rockingham Park with a 16-day meet. The August 2, 1933 races, documented by Guy Kendall, marked day 7 of the 16-day meet.

The scorecard includes information about the betting process at the track and a list of the race officials for the day. The scorecard also includes Kendall's handwritten notations about race finishes.

 

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