|Author:||Daily Racing Form.|
|Title:||Daily Racing Form: n. Tuesday, April 23, 1912 (edition 1)|
|Publication Info:||Chicago, IL: Triangle Publications, Inc.,
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Daily Racing Form: n. Tuesday, April 23, 1912
Daily Racing Form.
Chicago, IL: Triangle Publications, Inc., 1912
Training Still Retarded: Unfavorable Track Conditions Prevent Fast Work At Louisville Tracks.; Secretary Lyman Davis Announces Program for Derby Day, When Distribution Will Be of Record-Breaking Proportions--Track Gossip. [article]
Norfolk Course Deluged: Mud Runners Have Call and Withdrawals From Races Are Numerous.; Jockey Estep Is Suspended for Unsatisfactory Handling of Tick Tack, an Odds-On Favorite That Finishes Third--Lady Irma Beats Sandhill. [article]
Clopton-Massey Suspension Approved.: Stewards of Jockey Club Take Action On Ruling at Charleston--Licenses Granted, Others Denied. [article]
Great Crush of Horses At Lexington.: Officials of Lexington Association Are Confronted with Shortage of Stalls. [article]
New York Tracks To Remain Closed.: August Belmont Gives Quietus to Reports to the Contrary in Eastern Circulation. [article]
Members Of Cabinet Lend Aid.: National Secretaries of War and Navy Numbered Among Directors of Race Meet at Benning. [article]