|Author:||Daily Racing Form.|
|Title:||Daily Racing Form: n. Tuesday, June 1, 1909 (edition 1)|
|Publication Info:||Chicago, IL: Triangle Publications, Inc.,
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Daily Racing Form: n. Tuesday, June 1, 1909
Daily Racing Form.
Chicago, IL: Triangle Publications, Inc., 1909
Regaining Its Prestige: Racing Attracts Holiday Crowd Of 20,000 People To Belmont Park.; James R. Keene's Unbeaten Colt. Sweep, Wins the Valuable National Stallion Race with Ease--Harrigan Takes Van Cortlandt Handicap. [article]
Daily Racing May Soon Begin.: Jockey Club Members Say Sport Is Assured So Long as Present Law Is in Force. [article]
Elmendorf Stud To Be Dispersed.: J. B. Haggin Planning to Abandon the Breeding of Thoroughbreds. [article]
Direct Takes The Seagram Cup.: Mackenzie Colt Defeats Jack Parker by a Nose in Feature at Woodbine. [article]
Friends Of Racing Triumph.: H. D. Brown Sends Information of Great Victory for the Sport in Florida. [article]
Fast Going At Latonia: New Track Records Made By C. A. Leiman Hyperion II. And King's Daughter.; T. C. McDowell's Mare Makes Good at Odds-on in the Decoration Handicap--Holiday Attendance Thousands in Excess of Derby Day. [article]
Coming Of A Great Race Meeting.: Rich Stakes to Be Raced for at Ascot Shortly with Colin Expected to Start. [article]
Racing In Far India.: Dr. Bossler Describes Conditions and Declares There Is Good Opening for Americans. [article]
Louisville Meeting Reviewed.: C. F. Grainger Submits Report as Steward to Kentucky Racing Commission. [article]