The Lost Trotting Parks Storyboard Archives

The Lost Trotting Parks Storyboard Archives

Saturday, November 29, 2014

King William is once again resides in the State of Maine

The 1873 painting of King William by Maine Harness Horseman, George H. Bailey, is now owned by the Lost Trotting Parks Heritage Center. The painting had traveled to an auction house in South Carolina. The painting was also the the front page engraving in J.W. Thompson's book, Noted Maine Horses. The painting will be displayed in secure public building so that the public can learn of the stories of Bailey and Thompson. Please suggest possible locations for a Lost Trotting Parks Display!

Monday, November 3, 2014

The Celebrated Midnight Ride of Paul Revere -- On a Narragansett Pacer -- A Breed of Horses that No Longer Exists!

As a child one hears of the celebrated ride of Paul Revere. A newly published biography on Paul Revere present a far more comprehensive view of Paul Revere, the man, the silversmith, and Paul Revere as a patriot.