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Newmarket, New Hampshire
Black and white action photo of brown mare, Louise Scott, James Phalen up, winning the first heat of The Wesserunsett 2.22 pace at the Centennial meeting of the Skowhegan Fair on Monday, August 15, 1938 in Skowhegan, Maine. Guy Kendall made handwritten notes in the August 15, 1938 race program recording changes in the head numbers associated with the field of horses. Though Louise Scott is listed in print as number seven, Kendall notes that her head number was one for the contest. Finishing behind Louise Scott in this heat were bay gelding, Hal O. in second and bay gelding Spud Braden showing in third.
Standardbred horses, American Standardbred racehorses, New England harness racing, Maine harness racing, horse racing, Sulky racing, Trotting races, 1938b album