Jan 15, 2016 by & filed under Announcements, Old Arrivals.

Rockingham Park is a horse racing establishment in Salem, New Hampshire first built in 1906. This particular pine was used as framing for the horse paddocks and features a beautiful rough sawn texture that can be maintained and enhanced with a light sanding. Many planks show signs of years of use and being rubbed against by Race Horses, including Seabiscuit in 1935 and 1936.

Full history seen here.

1½” x 8” – 10” and various lengths. This versatile lumber has a number of potential interior applications and makes stunning  table tops.

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