|Author:||Daily Racing Form.|
|Title:||Daily Racing Form: n. Wednesday, July 8, 1908 (edition 1)|
|Publication Info:||Chicago, IL: Triangle Publications, Inc.,
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Daily Racing Form: n. Wednesday, July 8, 1908
Daily Racing Form.
Chicago, IL: Triangle Publications, Inc., 1908
First Day At The Beach.: Nothing But Ordinary Purses, But Horses In Plenty And Good Racing.; Empire City Program To Be Run at Brighton Beach--Belmont Park Stakes Not To Be Reduced--Fore Receives Unexpected Treat. [article]
Was The Latonia Meeting A Loser?: Conservative Figures Point to a Different Conclusion--Bookmaking and Mutuels Compared. [article]
Windsor Racing Not Up To The Standard.: Ordinary Horses Mainly Provided For--Polly Prim Takes the Leading Feature. [article]
English Horse Makes New Record.: Spate, a Five-Year-Old, Runs One and One-Half Miles in 2:29 Over Newbury Course. [article]
Latonia Meeting Closes.: Efforts Of Horsemen To Provide For Continuing The Sport Prove Unavailing.; Much Indignation Over the Action of the Club Officials--Last Day's Racing Attractive--Olambala To Be Sent East. [article]
Betting Complications In New York.: Oral Wagers Give the Active Authorities Little or No Chance for a Case. [article]
Big Winners On The English Turf.: Foreign Owners, Sires and Horses Are Among the Leaders Up to June 24. [charts and information]