Sex of the horse
McGregor the Great
Stan A. Wathen
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Fort Fairfield, Maine
Free for All Trot
Black and white portrait of the bay stallion, Alloway from the S. A. Wathen and Son stable in Fort Fairfield, Maine. Alloway's halter is being held by his trainer, Wendell Wathen, Thursday, September 19, 1935 at the Cumberland Farmers' Club Fair, West Cumberland, Maine. Photo is signed in the lower right corner by Kendall.
An article in the August 15, 1938 Lewiston Daily Sun describes Alloway as, "Stan Wathen's famous come-back horse...holder of the Maine and New Hampshire trotting records over a half-mile track... Alloway, considered a cast-off, was purchased at the Old Glory sale for $95, placed in training by Stan's son, Wendell, and the following year won 19 out of 21 starts and is considered onr of the best half-mile track trotters in training" (pg 7).
Standardbred horses, American Standardbred racehorses, New England harness racing, Maine harness racing, horse racing, Sulky racing, Trotting races, 1935b album