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October 18, 1954 | Whitney Tower
Scott Frost, a two-year-old bay colt pulling an oversized sulky and an undersized driver, raced a mile in two minutes at the Lexington Trots, thus achieving harness racing's equivalent of track and field's...
HAMBLETONIAN DAY IN GOSHEN BROUGHT OUT A SWELTERING CROWD, A GREAT TROTTER AND A DOG WITH AN ODD APPETITE
August 15, 1955 | Jeremiah Tax
Out in the pleasantly rolling Orange County countryside, the prize crops of lettuce and celery—on which the area's black-dirt farmers depend for their livelihood—were shriveling under a relentless, blazing sun. The...
April 29, 1957 | Jeremiah Tax
Crowds betting record sums welcome a new season in the East, but the sport still patiently awaits its DELAYED CLEANUP
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The Messenger Stake for 3-year-old pacers. Named for the English-bred Messenger, progenitor of practically all harness horses racing today, who died in 1808.