|Author:||Daily Racing Form.|
|Title:||Daily Racing Form: n. Friday, May 18, 1917 (edition 1)|
|Publication Info:||Chicago, IL: Triangle Publications, Inc.,
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Daily Racing Form: n. Friday, May 18, 1917
Daily Racing Form.
Chicago, IL: Triangle Publications, Inc., 1917
Pimlico Meeting Closes: Last Day Favored With The Usual Generous Measure Of Patronage.; Hyannis Runs a Good Race and Defeats The Belgian II. in the Oriole Handicap--Elect Wins the Steeplechase and Leads All the Way. [article]
Pennant Given Top Weight.: H. P. Whitney's Horse to Carry 129 Pounds in Kings County Handicap at Jamaica. [article]
Stop Fighting New Orleans Track.: Judge O'Donnell So Advices Miss Gordon Since She Is a Stockholder. [article]
Purse Day At Louisville: No Stake Race On The Program, But Good Racing Is Furnished.; Marie Miller Makes a Successful Debut and Defeats Bedtime Stories--Violet Bonnie Gives a Great Display of Speed and Unruliness. [article]
Fifty-Eighth Running Of The King's Plate Will Be Decided At Woodbine Tomorrow [charts and information]
Hanovia Runs Another Bad Race.: Favorite for the Devonshire Feature, but Finishes Among the Unplaced Ones. [article]
Finishing Touches For King's Platers.: J. E. Seagram Will Have Three Representatives in Big Race Saturday--Entry Will Be Favorite. [article]
Successful Maryland Racing Ends.: Meetings at Bowie, Havre de Grace and Pimlico Surpass All Previous Records. [article]
No Suspension Of English Racing.: British Government Reconsiders Decision to Stop Sport and Allows It to Continue at Newmarket. [article]