the laurel hall
A 1918 foal, The Laurel Hall, out of Peter the Great-Baby Bertha, was owned by Stoughton Fletcher of Laurel Hall Farm in Indiana. As a two-year-old he took a record of 2:08 1/4 and he won many races in his three-year-old season. At four, then owned by Good Time Stables of Goshen, New York and trained by Walter Cox, The Laurel Hall trotted in 2:06 1/4. Because of recurring lameness, he was retired to stud by William H. Cane in 1923.
Published in the Harness Racing Museum's 1992 book, The Immortals