|Author:||Daily Racing Form.|
|Title:||Daily Racing Form: n. Wednesday, February 6, 1918 (edition 1)|
|Publication Info:||Chicago, IL: Triangle Publications, Inc.,
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Daily Racing Form: n. Wednesday, February 6, 1918
Daily Racing Form.
Chicago, IL: Triangle Publications, Inc., 1918
Ladies' Day At Havana: Fair Sex Entertained at Oriental Park as Guests of Management.; Little Nephew Wins His Third Straight Victory by a Narrow Margin. [article]
Jockey Club Steward Commended: Magazine Writer Says R. T. Wilson's Appointment Is Reward for Devotion to Turf. [article]
Devotees Of Steeplechasing Are Busy Preparing For An Active Campaign During The 1918 Season [article]
Valuable Stakes For Empire City: Blanks Issued for Fifteen Fixtures, Entries to Close March 1--Latest Metropolitan Gossip. [article]
Distemper Strikes J. S. Ward Stable: Kentucky Derby Prospect Boniface and a Promising Two-Year-Old Most Affected. [article]
Achievement Of T. Hitchcock, Jr.: Pleasing to New York Turfmen--His Father One of Best Known Horsemen in Country. [article]
Anderson Horses Going To Oaklawn: Have Been Wintering at Tijuana Track--No Trouble Securing Cars for Shipment. [article]
Some Uneventful Racing: Fair Grounds Card Given Over Entirely to Claiming Dashes.; Favorites and Second Choices Successful--Paddy Dear Wins the Chief Race of the Day. [article]