Sex of the horse
Ralph R. Kennett
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Sanbornville, New Hampshire
Black and white action photograph of chestnut gelding Jolly Worthy wearing head number one (second from left), Tuttle up, winning the first heat of the Classified Pace, Friday, September 3, 1937 at the Shapleigh-Acton Fair, Union Park, Acton, Maine. Finishing in second place was bay mare, Dawn (first horse from the right) and roan gelding, Hanover Ace, wearing head number three (first horse on the left). Bay mare, Calumet Denisisco can be seen in the fourth position. Guy Kendall noted in the race program that he lost $6.50 on the parimutuel race.
Standardbred horses, American Standardbred racehorses, New England harness racing, Maine harness racing, horse racing, Sulky racing, Trotting races, 1937d album