This week's Rewind is another version of Picture Parade. I am going to call this one "From The Scrapbook" as it is a medley of older photos, mainly from the late 70's and early 80's and includes a wide variety of subjects and locations.
Unlike other recent editions of "Picture Parade" there is no central theme. Hope you like the selection, I don't believe any of them have been included in any earlier Rewinds.
By now I think everyone knows the routine. You can guess as many as you wish or just pick and choose the ones you want. Just state the number and your answer and send it along via the Comments feature. Stay tuned during the upcoming week as the correct answers are given. Good Luck!
#1 - These two fellows are all smiles and one is holding a trophy so how much better does it get? Can you name them both?
#2 - This driver of No. 8 is no longer with us but I'll bet a lot of people remember him. Who is he?
#3 - Mrs. Bell Sopman on the far left presents a trophy to the winning driver. Can you identify the driver and also the fellow between them? The caretakers were not identified but if anyone recognizes them please add their names.
#4 - This was O.S.S. action but that's the only clue. Let us know who you think it is in the sulky.
#5 - The first task is naming the winning driver of No. 4. How about the other two drivers that appear in this photo as well?
#6 - A winning smile and a fellow who did a lot of winning too. Can you come up with who it is?
#7 - Can you put a correct name on the driver and maybe the horse too?
#8 - This fellow is shown accepting a prestigious award presented to outstanding caretakers. Can you name him and for good measure how about naming the horse he groomed so expertly?
#9 - Who is in the pilot's seat in this photo? Better include the well known driver who had to settle for second driving No. 3 on this occasion as well.
#10 - The three drivers shown all had outstanding driving records at Flamboro when this photo was taken. Can you name the drivers? The other three fellows are all representatives from Molson's Breweries, the sponsor.
Bonus: This photo and a short article appeared in the Standardbred magazine about 40 years ago and this fellow had been involved in the sport for a few years by then. He is still "at it" today. Can you name him?
Quote For The Week: "We drive a fine line." - An ad from a trucking company.