|Author:||Daily Racing Form.|
|Title:||Daily Racing Form: n. Saturday, June 27, 1908 (edition 1)|
|Publication Info:||Chicago, IL: Triangle Publications, Inc.,
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Daily Racing Form: n. Saturday, June 27, 1908
Daily Racing Form.
Chicago, IL: Triangle Publications, Inc., 1908
Good Racing At Latonia.: Finishes Are Well Contested And Five Favorites Reward Their Backers.; Rome Respess Adds Two Races to His Spoils--Funiculaire Scores at Last--Warren Rides in Good Form. [article]
Kentucky Breeders In The Doldrums.: O. H. Chenault of Spendthrift Stud Sets Up a Sample Wail Over Prices. [article]
New York Test Case Near Decision.: Case of M. E. Collins Argued Before Judge Bischoff by Eminent Lawyers. [article]
Colin And Celt Are All Right.: Great Colts Experiencing Minor Ailments Only and Will Be Racing Presently. [article]
All Ready For Action At Windsor.: More Horses at the Track Than Ever Before and Many Good Riders Present. [article]
West Canadian Racing Fails.: Californian Stables Which Went to Alberta and British Columbia Fare Poorly. [article]
Dandelion In Fast Time.: Wins The Sheepshead Bay Handicap In A Grand Finish With Jack Atkin.; The Latter Runs a Magnificent Race--Jimmy Lane Takes the Steeplechase--Madden's Luck Continues. [article]
Not Enough Native Foals For Derby.: Blum, the Mexican Horseman, Writes of Change in 1910 Race Conditions. [article]
Kenilworth Track Not For Sale.: Joe Murphy's Ideas of Racing in New York--Unfairness to a Noble Sport Shown. [article]