|Author:||Daily Racing Form.|
|Title:||Daily Racing Form: n. Friday, April 4, 1913 (edition 1)|
|Publication Info:||Chicago, IL: Triangle Publications, Inc.,
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Daily Racing Form: n. Friday, April 4, 1913
Daily Racing Form.
Chicago, IL: Triangle Publications, Inc., 1913
Horses Well Advanced: Thoroughbreds That Wintered In Kentucky Practically Ready For Racing.; Course at Lexington Kept in Such Condition That Horses Quartered There During Cold Weather Are More Forward Than Ever Before. [article]
Hawthorn's Work Attracts Attention.: Forwardness of Kentucky Derby Candidate a Feature of This Season's Developments. [article]
Non-Committal As To Next Season.: F. J. Pons Not Prepared to Announce His Plans for More Racing at Charleston. [article]
All Eyes On Highbridge: American Horse Will Race Today In Grand National Steeplechase.; James Owens, Steeplechase Jockey Who Has Ridden in the Race, Predicts That Highbridge Will Not Be Among the Horses to Finish. [article]
Broomstick Heads The List.: Whitney Stallion Leading the American Sires of 1913, with The Commoner Second. [charts and information]
Another Whitney Filly Wins.: Albert Simons Uncovers Likely Juvenile at Norfolk--Selling Platers in Action. [article]