International Polo Cup series in Westbury, New York. United States Polo team plays against the British team on soggy turf in Westbury. One of the player falls during the game. A doctor examines the injured player. Spectators watch from the fenced area. United States team wins over the British team with a score of 11-7 in the first game of the series.
Hitchcock scores seven goals in Meadow Brook Polo. He leads his Sands Point team to 14-10 victory over Greentree Four. Hitchcock talks with his buddy nearby tents. Match is played between teams. Hitchcock scores a goal in end.
Depiction of the New York Stock Exchange crash of 1929 in New York City. American traders at the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in New York. People trading at the exchange market. A man talks on a telephone. Many people gathered on the floor of NYSE. People discuss, crowd, and shout out orders. People sell their shares. Frenzied selling of shares. Ticker tape machines spitting out sell orders. Traders yelling orders to other traders. Telephone switchboard operators frantically taking orders. A note reads 'Sell 3000 M' , 'Sell 800 GE' , 'Sell 1000 RCA', 'Sell 1000 M' , 'Sell 1000 A', 'Sell 500 EBS' and 'Sell 2000 CN'. The stock market crashes. Stock ticker tape and papers scattered all over the floor of the exchange on Wall Street.
A polo match between Greentree team and Anglo-American Jaguars at Meadow Brook Club in Westbury, New York. A crowd of 12,000 people seated in the spectator area. Spectators cheer. Greentree wins the opening match by a score of 15-9. Tommy Hitchcock and Pete Bostwick star for the winners.
Various turf events mark the 34th Meadow Brook Cup Chase in Westbury, New York. A horse drawn carriage moves on a field. A polo game being played at the estate of F. Ambrose Clark. People enjoy show jumping event as they stand behind a fence. Horses jump over wooden and stone walls.
Harness racing at Roosevelt Raceway in Westbury, New York. Spectators in the stands to watch the Messenger Stakes. The horses race around the track. Filly Countess Adios jockeyed by Del Miller leads the race. Countess Adios wins the race.