300th Gloucester Centennial Race (1923)Races
The American trials for the upcoming Int. Fishermen's Race was also the 300th Gloucester Centennial Race. The centennial races were held off Gloucester, Mass and were participated by HENRY FORD, ELIZABETH HOWARD and a fishing schooner temporarily named SHAMROCK in honor of Sir Thomas Lipton's SHAMROCK's and his prescence at the races that year. The Gloucester Race Trials for the International Fishermen's Race defender in 1923 was seperately held.