|Author:||Daily Racing Form.|
|Title:||Daily Racing Form: n. Tuesday, April 10, 1917 (edition 1)|
|Publication Info:||Chicago, IL: Triangle Publications, Inc.,
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Daily Racing Form: n. Tuesday, April 10, 1917
Daily Racing Form.
Chicago, IL: Triangle Publications, Inc., 1917
Pan Zareta Beaten Again: Good Mare Loses In A Close Finish Through Bad Jockeyship.; Four Noses Apart at the End with Opportunity in Front--Greek Legend Takes a Race--Owners Preparing for Departure Elsewhere. [article]
When Apollo Won The Kentucky Derby.: Story of the Race as Described by the Former Jockey Who Rode Him to Victory. [article]
Plenty Good Horses For Jamaica.: Improvement in Number and Quality Over Those of Last Year--Big Sanford String Arrives. [article]
Forbidding Day At Bowie: Cold And Disagreeable Weather And A Muddy Track Bring Discomfort.; Kentucky Boy Defeats the Favorite Kilts in the Seabrooke Purse--Fan Tan a Good Mud Runner and an Easy Winner--Gossip of the Track. [article]
Live Gossip From Lexington.: Program Book for Spring Meeting Ready in a Day or Two--Horses Expected from Hot Springs. [article]
Work Of The Derby Candidates.: Training of Eligibles to Kentucky's Big Race Progressing in Satisfactory Manner. [article]
Raymond Horses Wintered Well.: Montreal-Owned String Should Figure Prominently on Canadian Tracks. [article]