|Author:||Daily Racing Form.|
|Title:||Daily Racing Form: n. Thursday, May 7, 1908 (edition 1)|
|Publication Info:||Chicago, IL: Triangle Publications, Inc.,
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Daily Racing Form: n. Thursday, May 7, 1908
Daily Racing Form.
Chicago, IL: Triangle Publications, Inc., 1908
Louisville's Second Day: Heavy Rain Renders The Track A Quagmire But A Big Crowd Attends.; All Pleased with the Decision of the Court of Appeals Protecting Racing--Polly Prim Takes the Feature--Pari-Mutuels Gain Favor. [article]
Surprises Mark Racing At Jamaica.: Silk Hose Gives Hildreth a Purse--Arasee Takes the Columbus Stakes. [article]
Cock Sure Takes Merchants' Handicap.: Pimlico Track Deep in Mud and Many Good Horses Withdrawn in Consequence. [article]
Some Old-Time English Bookmakers.: Thormanby's Tales of the Good and Bad Members of the Ring. [article]
American Colt's Triumph: August Belmont's Norman III. Proves The Victor In The Two Thousand Guineas.; The Kentucky-Bred Son of Octagon Easily Runs Away from the Cracks of England--King Edward's Perrier Runs Disappointingly. [article]