|Author:||Daily Racing Form.|
|Title:||Daily Racing Form: n. Saturday, May 29, 1909 (edition 1)|
|Publication Info:||Chicago, IL: Triangle Publications, Inc.,
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Daily Racing Form: n. Saturday, May 29, 1909
Daily Racing Form.
Chicago, IL: Triangle Publications, Inc., 1909
Marse Abe Makes Debut: L. A. Cella's Crack Colt Wins His Initial Start As A Three-Year-Old.; Beats The Minks a Head in the Harvard Purse at Latonia--Sunshiny Weather Attracts Increased Attendance to Kentucky Course. [article]
Standing To His Guns.: A. B. Spreckels One Breeder Not Alarmed by Legislation Hostile to Racing. [article]
Perola Wins The English Oaks.: King Edward's Filly Finishes Second--Artful's Sister Again Unplaced. [article]
Proposes Stake For Lexington.: Catesby Woodford Takes Initiative on Fixture for Two-Year-Olds Patterned After Saratoga's. [article]
Anti-Racing Measure In Florida.: Bill Passes the Senate, but Belief Prevails That House Will Not Concur. [article]
Celt Will Be Strong Favorite.: Will Be Held at Short Odds in the Brooklyn as Result of Thursday's Showing. [article]
Seagram Colors In Front: Mendip Wins The Maple Leaf Stakes For The Canadian Turfman.; Victory of Nod in Maiden Race Hits the Toronto Ring--King James Arrives to Make Bid for Toronto Cup Today. [article]
No Meeting At Denver.: John Condon Returns to Chicago Convinced That Conditions Are Unfavorable. [article]
Have No Engagements In Common.: Sir Martin and Minoru Unlikely to Meet Again This Year--Aftermath of the Derby. [article]