william t. maybury
William T. Maybury first became active in the sport in 1936 as an owner. His Maybury Farms produced the world champion Galophone 1:58.1, who earned well over a quarter-million dollars for his stable. Maybury was a member of the Standardbred Owners Association, was a USTA director for twelve years and was chairman of the directors of USTA District 9. He also took an interest in harness racing as an amateur driver. The first horse Maybury drove in competition was Prince Walter in 1940. His race driving was confined primarily to matinees and ice racing. William Maybury died at his home in Dexter, Maine in 1964.
Published in the Harness Racing Museum's 1994 book, The Immortals