Sex of the horse
T. V. Holdaway
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Black and white photograph of bay gelding, pacer Happy L. wearing head number five, Earl Avery up for the 2.14 Pace at Bass Park, Bangor, Maine, during the annual agricultural fair on July 30, 1940. Happy L. claimed all three heats of the contest with times of 2.08 1/2 in the first race; 2.09 3/4 in the second race; and 2.09 1/2 in the third race. According to photographer Guy Kendall's race day note, Kendall placed a bet of $8.00 on the first heat of the 2.14 Pace and received $23.50 in winnings.
Standardbred horses, American Standardbred racehorses, New England harness racing, Maine harness racing, horse racing, Sulky racing, Trotting races, 1940b album