Guy Kendall


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Creation Date


Sex of the horse



Guy Abbey


Progressive by Belwin

Stable/ Owner

Sullivan & Mawhinney

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Stable/Owner Location

Machias, Maine

Driver Name



2.22 Stake Pace


Black and white action photograph of chestnut stallion, The Abbott wearing head number four, Frank Safford up finishing the first heat of the 2.22 Stake Pace in a time of 1.55 on Wednesday, July 16, 1941. Brown colt, Luther Hanover, wearing head number seven, Miller up (far left), took the second place slot. Bown stallion Times Scarce, wearing head number one, Sipe up (second horse from the right) showed in third. Royal Lady II, a bay filly wearing head number six, W. Flemming up, (sescond horse from left) showed in fourth. The contest served as the second half of the daily double at the Kite Track, Old Orchard Beach, Maine, during the Grand Circuit Race Meet. Note that the score board at the far right of the image is now electrified, displaying lighted numbers instead of handwritten, chalk numbers.


Standardbred horses, American Standardbred racehorses, New England harness racing, Maine harness racing, horse racing, Sulky racing, Trotting races, 1941b album


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