|Author:||Daily Racing Form.|
|Title:||Daily Racing Form: n. Sunday, August 9, 1908 (edition 1)|
|Publication Info:||Chicago, IL: Triangle Publications, Inc.,
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Daily Racing Form: n. Sunday, August 9, 1908
Daily Racing Form.
Chicago, IL: Triangle Publications, Inc., 1908
New York Racing Trials.: Impending Cases In Courts Viewed Anxiously All Over The Country.; Issued Involved Must Be Settled by the Highest Court and Long Delay Seems Inevitable Before a Decision Is Reached. [article]
Fort Erie Stakes For Royal Onyx.: Martin Doyle Defeats Polly Prim--Marse Abe Scores Again in a Canter. [article]
New Orleans Winter Racing Plans.: Big Tracks to Run Seventy Days--Suburban Merry-Go-Round to Open Next Sunday. [article]
Delay In Brighton Beach Cases.: Lawyer Stanchfield Demurs to the Indictments, and Postponement Until August 11 Taken. [article]
Sir Martin Wins Special.: Madden's Crack Colt First In Saratoga's Big Race By A Small Margin.; Jack Atkin Beaten and Unplaced--Purslane Takes Race for Gentlemen Riders--Jockey Boadwee Injured by a Fall. [article]
Kentucky Track And Farm Gossip.: John Rodegap Preparing String for Fall Racing--Camden Yearlings Promise Well. [article]
Maskette, The Newest Keene Wonder.: Daughter of Disguise and Biturica Made of Sysonby and Colin Material. [charts and information]
In The Making Of A Race Horse.: Ceaseless Toil and Vigilance Required in Conditioning the Thoroughbred. [article]
Britisher Cannot Understand It.: Roughly Treated on a New York Race Track, He Complains and Goes Into History. [article]