|Author:||Daily Racing Form.|
|Title:||Daily Racing Form: n. Tuesday, May 1, 1917 (edition 1)|
|Publication Info:||Chicago, IL: Triangle Publications, Inc.,
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Daily Racing Form: n. Tuesday, May 1, 1917
Daily Racing Form.
Chicago, IL: Triangle Publications, Inc., 1917
More Heavy Track Racing: Conditions At Lexington Disagreeable But Patronage Is Excellent.; Opportunity Defeats Diamond and Atwell in the Main Race of the Day--Colin's Son Compadre Takes the Purse for Two-Year-Olds. [article]
More Destruction At Belmont Park.: Twenty-Six Valuable Thoroughbreds Victims of an Incendiary Fire at New York's Greatest Track. [article]
Mr. Berryman Succeeds Headley.: Is Now President Of The Thoroughbred Horse Association--Other Officials Elected. [article]
Over At Havre De Grace: Successful Meeting Closes With Good Attendance And Racing.; Startling Wins the Chester Selling Stakes for R. F. Carman in Game Fashion--Close Finishes a Feature in Several of the Contests. [article]
Licensed In The Kentucky Field.: Several Well-Known Riders Denied Permission to Ply Their Vocation. [charts and information]
Hustle And Bustle At Old Pimlico.: Many Metropolitan Stables Will Take Part in Maryland Jockey Club Meeting Starting Today. [article]
Tumbler For Kentucky Derby.: Horsemen Think Whitney Colt Is Being Groomed for Big Western Race. [article]
Juvenile Stakes Well Patronized.: Eighty-One Youngsters Named for this Two-Year-Old Fixture at Churchill Downs. [article]