Sex of the horse
Waldoboro Garage Co. (Forest Bond & John Miller)
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Black and white, posed photo of bay gelding, Topworthy, Patterson up, in the back stretch of the Cumberland County Fair Trotting Park. Topworthy won the 2.18 Trot, placing first in three straight heats with a time of 2.10 on the third day of the Western Maine Agricultural Exposition in Gorham, Maine. Topworthy was owned by Forest Bond and John Miller who were also known as the Waldoboro Garage Company.
Standardbred horses, American Standardbred racehorses, Maine harness racing, Maine horse racing, Sulky racing, Trotting races, New England harness racing, Agricultural Fair races, 1932b album