Document type

Score Card

Park

Union Park

Date of Race

10-3-1934

Park Location

Acton, Maine

Event Type

Fair

Race

Shapleigh & Acton Fair Races

Identifier

MS_1465_b002_1934b_doc_00221

Level of Description

Item

Extent of the Unit of Description

8 pages

Abstract

The Official Score Card for the Wednesday, October 3, 1934 Shapleigh & Acton Fair staged at Union Park in Union, Maine by the Union Park Trotting Association. The program includes the name of the Association Secretary, Fred E. Young and Starting Judge, M. I. Collins of Gorham, Maine. Display ads inside the program include products from refrigerators to clothing for businesses located predominantly in Sanford, Maine.

The score card includes Guy Kendall's handwritten notes about changes in the field and race results. Kendall notes that Golden Hedgewood set new track record in the 2.12 Class Race with a time of 2.09 3/4. That new record was broken later in the day by Blushing Beauty who ran a 2.08 1/2 Exhibition Mile.

Comments

Official Score Card
Union Park Trotting Association
Shapleigh & Acton Fair Union Park, Acton, Maine

Wednesday, October 3, 1934

Fred E. Young, Secretary
Starting Judge, M. I. Collins, Gorham

Class 2:27, Purse $200

1. Sally Audubon, b. m. Henry Roy, Manchester, N. H., Driver

2. Evening Express, (scratch) b.g. E. L. Morris, So. Ashburnham, Mass., Driver

3. Agitator, b. s., Archie Brown, Keene, N. H., Driver, Jess Brown

4. King Dillion, b. g., Harry Loomis, Hydeville, Vt., Driver, Loomis

5. All Get, r. g. Leroy H. Taylor, Kennebunk, Me. Driver, Taylor

6. Helen Express, Gibbons, Driver, Gibbons

7 Lynda Guy, b. m., Gustave Cornelis, Waterbury, Conn., Driver, W. Butler

8. Laddie, bay, D. Cameron, Harvard, Mass., Driver, Cameron

9. Susan Azoff, b. m. J. Pillsbury, Unity, Me., Driver, Smith

Class 2:20, Purse $200

1. Expectation, b.g. W. E. Taylor, Salisbury, Mass., Driver, Taylor

2. Signal Rule, b.m., J. W. Lord, West Ossipee, N. H., Driver, J. Haddock

3. Bither, b.g., F. Robertson, Rochester, N. H., Driver, R. Kennett

4. Styx, b.g., Ralph Kennett, Rochester, N. H., Driver, A. H. Lee

5. Calumet Debutante, Gibbons, Driver, Gibbons

6. Mr. Dillion, b.g., Dr. L. C. Hudger, Stratford, Conn., Driver, W. Butler

7. Miss Mary Jane, D. Cameron, Harvard, Mass., Driver, Cameron

8. Ariel Nelson, b. m., Mrs. Jessie Brown, Keene N. H., Driver, Jess Brown

Class 2:12, Purse $300

1. Peter Simmons, b. g., C. Smith, Augusta, Me., Driver

2. Red Pluto, b. g., F. H. Osgood, Rochester, Driver, E. Osgood

3. Little Pete, b. g., J. H. Haddock. Laconia, N. H., Driver, Haddock

4. Belle Guy, b. m., H. Loomis, Hydeville, Vt., Driver

5. Golden Hedgewood, chs. A. F. Chickering, Walpole, N. H., Driver

6. Stanwood Guy (scratch), McManenon, Driver. McManenon

Keywords

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

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Official Score Card, Shapleigh & Acton Fair, Oct. 3, 1934

Acton, Maine

The Official Score Card for the Wednesday, October 3, 1934 Shapleigh & Acton Fair staged at Union Park in Union, Maine by the Union Park Trotting Association. The program includes the name of the Association Secretary, Fred E. Young and Starting Judge, M. I. Collins of Gorham, Maine. Display ads inside the program include products from refrigerators to clothing for businesses located predominantly in Sanford, Maine.

The score card includes Guy Kendall's handwritten notes about changes in the field and race results. Kendall notes that Golden Hedgewood set new track record in the 2.12 Class Race with a time of 2.09 3/4. That new record was broken later in the day by Blushing Beauty who ran a 2.08 1/2 Exhibition Mile.

 

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