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Jim Davis Sr. from Bowdoin, Maine has been pulling horses for twenty-six years.  He presently has five horses and primarily competes in the Sweepstakes classes in Maine but from time to time can also be found in the 3400 and 3600 pound classes.  Although the State of Maine is famous for its distance pulling Jim prefers to compete in the 12 foot elimination classes.  Whether he wins or loses he can always be seen leaving the ring with a smile on his face.  On occasion you may also find his wife Jane also competing.  Jim makes a living as a carpenter and also doing some logging.  In September 2002 Jim had an accident while pulling at the Oxford fair.  He lost his toes and part of his right foot when he got it caught under the drag.  The accident was just a minor setback and the following April he was right back at it  competing at the "Pull of Champions" in Syracuse, New York.  Four years later on the anniversary of his accident he went back to the Oxford fair and won the blue ribbon with the same pair of horses.  Jim a victim of "Horsepulling Fever" can be found each winter anxiously counting the days until spring and the dawn of a new pulling season. 

This biography is my Christmas present to my father Jim
Merry Christmas Daddy!
Love your baby girl!



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