|Author:||Daily Racing Form.|
|Title:||Daily Racing Form: n. Friday, June 4, 1909 (edition 1)|
|Publication Info:||Chicago, IL: Triangle Publications, Inc.,
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Daily Racing Form: n. Friday, June 4, 1909
Daily Racing Form.
Chicago, IL: Triangle Publications, Inc., 1909
Celt Badly Beaten Horse: King James Wins For S. C. Hildreth The Fastest Brooklyn On Record.; Restigouche, His Stablemate, Finishes Close Second and Keene's Crack Is Third--Big Crowd and No Interference at Gravesend Opening. [article]
Final Action In Florida.: Senate Recedes from Its Former Attitude and Racing Is Assured for Two Years. [article]
Racing At Latonia Improves.: Alice Takes Moquette's Measure in Handicap--Favorites Again Fare Well and Layers Suffer. [article]
Tom Carey Ready To Co-Operate.: Ed Corrigan's Successor at Hawthorne Willing to Help Rehabilitate Racing in Chicago. [article]
Work Begins On Vancouver Track.: Plant Will Be Completed in Season for Opening Thirty-Day Meeting in August. [article]
Fort Garry Stake Winner: Colt That Had Been Running Disappointingly Finally Shows Good Form.; Takes Stanley Produce Stakes from Ordinary Band at Woodbine--Red River Beats Good Sprinters in Handicap Feature of Program. [article]
Hunt Club Meetings Successful.: Amateurs Having Keen Sport in the East This Spring--Something of the Game. [article]
Victoria's Summer Meeting.: All in Readiness for the Opening at British Columbia Track Next Saturday. [article]
Coupling Horses In Bookmaking.: New York Turf Patrons Desirous of the Adoption of the Western Practice in This Respect. [article]