|Author:||Daily Racing Form.|
|Title:||Daily Racing Form: n. Wednesday, June 6, 1917 (edition 1)|
|Publication Info:||Chicago, IL: Triangle Publications, Inc.,
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Daily Racing Form: n. Wednesday, June 6, 1917
Daily Racing Form.
Chicago, IL: Triangle Publications, Inc., 1917
Ladies' Day Excitement: Fallen Horses Furnish Fair Patrons A Thrill But No One Is Hurt.; Guy Fortune First in the Feature Race of the Afternoon--Green Jones Badly Beaten When an Odds-On Choice--Gipsy Queen Scores. [article]
Douglas Park's Last Stake Race.: Next Saturday to Bring About the Decision of the Spring Trial Stakes. [article]
All Smiles Wins Consolation Handicap.: Takes Dorval Feature, Beating the Favorite Fountain Fay by a Length. [article]
Midway's Good Latonia Derby Work.: Interesting Items in the History of the Kentucky Handicap Winner King Gorin. [article]
Leading Grand Rapids Men Patrons.: All Lines of Business in Support of the Projected Race Meeting in July. [article]
Racing At Belmont Park: Green Gold Proves An Easy Victor In The Bouquet Stakes.; Top o' th' Morning Carries Big Weight at Three-Quarters Straight and Wins the Searington Handicap with Riverdale Second. [article]
Restrict Export Of Broodmares.: War Department Advised That Curtailment of Shipping of Mares Is Desirable. [article]
How Present French Racing Is Done.: Adequate Provision of Money Gives Ample Means of Carrying on Test Races. [article]
"Thoroughbred" An American Term.: Use of Word Is Discovered in an Advertisement in New Jersey Paper of 1778. [article]