Sex of the horse
Mrs. S. A. Wathen
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Fort Fairfield, Maine
Potter's Café Free for All Trot & Pace
Black and white photograph of roan mare, Eula H. with Wendell Wathen near the sheds of the Cumberland County Fair Trotting Park during the Western Maine Agricultural Exposition, Gorham, Maine, August 1932.
A pacer, Eula H. was bred out of the stables of A. F. Curtis in Illinois. Her recorded birth year is 1924. The mare was then sold to W. H. Keyes of St. Stephens, N.B., Canada.
In 1932, she became the first horse acquired by Stanley A. Wathen of Fort Fairfield who, along with his son Wendell, trained and bred a number of Maine's top pacers and trotters.
Guy Kendall mounted the photo inside the official score card for the second day of races at the 1932 Western Maine Agricultural Exposition.
Standardbred horses, American Standardbred racehorses, Maine harness racing, Maine horse racing, Sulky racing, Trotting races, New England harness racing, Agricultural Fair races, 1932a album