|Author:||Daily Racing Form.|
|Title:||Daily Racing Form: n. Wednesday, April 4, 1917 (edition 1)|
|Publication Info:||Chicago, IL: Triangle Publications, Inc.,
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Daily Racing Form: n. Wednesday, April 4, 1917
Daily Racing Form.
Chicago, IL: Triangle Publications, Inc., 1917
Another Whitney Winner: Ruth Law Emulates Tippity Witchet And Takes The First Race At Bowie.; Jem First in the Feature Race of the Day--Colin's Son, King Herod, Wins Easily and Is a Handsome Colt. [article]
Fitzsimmons Has Large Public Stable.: Over Twenty-Five Horses in His Care, Including Many Promising Two-Year-Olds. [article]
Good Band In Trainer Brooks' Care.: Umensetter Horses Going to Lexington--Cudgel Works a Good Mile. [article]
Pan Zareta Is Defeated: Cane Run And Marie Miller In Front Of Her At The End.; Jockey Kederis Fined and Suspended After the Race for Rough Riding--Ting-a-Ling Wins Once More. [article]
Selling Race Rules To Be Considered.: Kentucky State Racing Commission to Meet Friday For that Purpose--400 Horses at Lexington. [article]
Many Two-Year-Olds Barred.: Official List of Juveniles Not Allowed to Race Given Out by Jockey Club. [charts and information]
Hurdle Racing For The Metropolis.: United Hunts Trying to Revive the Sport--Hop-Over Plate to Be a Test. [article]
Anniversary Of Birth Of Eclipse.: Foaled on April 1, 1764, and Named After Famous Eclipse of the Sun. [article]
Something About The Origin Of Racing.: Horses That Founded the Present Breed of Thoroughbreds--England's Race Tracks. [article]