[Budd Doble driving Clementine.]
A team that takes no dust.
Globe Trotter Beats Them All
Cigar box label.
Dan Patch at St. Paul, Minn. Sep. 8th 1906 in 1:55. Champion harness horse of the world. Copyright 1903...
The Celebrated Trotting Mare Lula, Owned by Mr. Joseph Harker.
By Alexander's Norman, Dam Thoroughbred.
"Old Fleetwood" (Driving Club of New York) Grand Circuit Meeting
Programme and entries. August 31-September 4, 1896 | Printed by Trotter and Pacer Press, 460 West Broadway,...
Original drawing for the print by Currier & Ives.
Trying to Save His Distance.
Original drawing for a print by Currier & Ives.
Drawings for Currier & Ives prints.
A trot with modern improvements.
[A change of drivers for the trotting horse Hercules.]
A change of driver rule - a substitute driver. If you want weight and beef [...] my man. What he wants...
The Favorite of the Pools.
The pace was too hot for him.
Bringing a Game Cock from Babylon.
A Darktown Trotter Ready for the Word.
Now Den Say Go! And See Fancy Pranks Bust De Record Wif Dis Ball Bearin Bike.
Mr. Frank Work's Celebrated Team Edward and Swiveller.
To Road Wagon, Winning a Wager of $1,000, against Time, 2:20, at the Gentlemen's Driving Park, N.Y. July...
The Celebrated Trotting Horse Henry, driven by John Murphy.
As he appeared at Prospect Park, L.I. June 27th 1872, in his trot with Goldsmith Maid and Lucy. Best...
Record 1:59 1/4
Jay Eye See.
By Dictator. Record 2:10 3/4.
A Trot, With Modern Improvements.
Trinket, Record 2:19 3/4. ; Rarus, Record 2:13 1/4. ; Mattie Hunter, - Pacer - Record 2:15. ; Wedgewood, Record 2:19. ; Hattie Woodward, Record 2:15 1/2. ; Monroe Chief, Record 2:18 1/4. ; Hopeful, Re
Trotting Gelding Harry Wilkes, Record 2:13 1/2.
The Trotting Mare "American Girl" Driven by M. Roden
As she appeared at Narragansett Park, Providence, R.I., June 26, 1869, winning in three straight heats...
The Boss Team !
Deadwood and Swiggler.
[Older couple pushed to the side of the road because of an impromptu horse race.]
[A Darktown Trotter Ready for the Word.]
Original drawing for the Darktown Comics series by Currier & Ives.
Bicycle Vs. Pacer, I know I'de send him "in da air"
Bicycle Vs. Pacer, I'll beat dat ole trotter or bust
The Horse that took the Pole
Free for All
Purse $4.500. $2.250 first $1500 second $750 third. Look heah Boss my horse "Bailaam" is entered for...
The Trotting Instinct
Original drawing for the print by Currier & Ives, The Parson's Colt. | The Parson's thoroughbred colt...
First Under the Wire.
Original drawing for the Currier & Ives print by the same name.
A balk on a sweepstake
Fast Horses of N. Y. Scene Harlem Lane N. Y.
Bonners, Dexter, & Goldsmith Maid, Vanderbilt's Mountain Boy. | Entered according to Act of Congress...
Grant & Bonner - Dexter's Best Time, 2.16 1/4
On the Bloomingdale Road, New York 1868. Published by Joseph Hoover 304 Market St. Philadelphia.
The Celebrated Trotting Team Edward and Swiveller, Owned by Frank Work, Esq. N.Y.
Winning their match for $1,000, against time 2:20 to wagon, driven by John Murphy. At the Gentlemen's...
The Celebrated Horse George M. Patchen, "The Champion of the Turf."
The Property of Wm. Waltermire, Esq.
The Celebrated Trotting Mare Lady Thorn, Formerly "Maid of Ashland."
The "Crowd" That "Scooped" the Pools.
Flora Temple and Princess.
The competitors in four great matches over the Eclipse Course, L.I. 1859.
The Famous Double Trotting Team, Sir Mohawk and Nellie Sontag.
Full brother and sister. Owned by Richard K. Fox, Proprietor of the Police Gazette, New York. | Copyright...
Daniel D. Tompkins and Blanc Negre, Hunting Park Course, Phila. Oct. 26th 1849.
The Champion Stallion George Wilkes, the Great Sire of Trotters.
By Rysdyk's Hambletonian, Dam Dolly Spanker, by Old Henry Clay.
A Bad Break.