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A Countess Sets the Pace

May 23, 1960
May 23, 1960

Table of Contents
May 23, 1960

Exercise Boys
Editorials
Indians Again
Quinsigamond Miracle
Sa-Fra-Seeko Kid
Chris Dunphy
Harness Racing
Football
Horse Racing
Golf
Tip From The Top
Acknowledgments
19th Hole: The Readers Take Over
Pat On The Back

A Countess Sets the Pace

Under bright lights, over a fast track and before 40,000 fans at New York's Roosevelt Raceway, a new pacing star, Countess Adios, scoots away with the prize in the richest harness race (purse $142,786) ever contested. Leading from the half-mile pole, the Countess fought off the challenge of the nine colts in the field as she won the fifth Messenger Stake and first-place money of $71,393.08. She crossed the finish line a winner by a length and a quarter as her trainer-driver, Del Miller, gave a whoop of victory (see page 61).

This is an article from the May 23, 1960 issue Original Layout

PHOTOHERB SCHARFMAN