|Author:||Daily Racing Form.|
|Title:||Daily Racing Form: n. Thursday, February 21, 1918 (edition 1)|
|Publication Info:||Chicago, IL: Triangle Publications, Inc.,
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Daily Racing Form: n. Thursday, February 21, 1918
Daily Racing Form.
Chicago, IL: Triangle Publications, Inc., 1918
Need Of Valuable Stakes: Lack of High-Class Horses at New Orleans Make It Apparent.; Two Richly Endowed Features Suggested to Attract the Best In the Country. [article]
Big Entry List For Kentucky Derby: Already Forty-Five Nominations Have Been Received, with Every Mail Bringing More. [charts and information]
G. W. Loft's Small But Select Stable: Papp the Star of the String--Seven Promising Two-Year-Olds in the Band. [article]
Jockey Walls On Road To Recovery: Crack Apprentice Rider, Injured During Fair Grounds Meeting, Expects to Be Out in a Few Days. [article]
Zululand Breaks Track Record: Runs Mile and Fifty Yards in 1:41 3/5 at Oriental Park--Spirited Racing. [article]
Cebrian Has some Likely Juveniles: Four of Them Are California-Bred, but the Star Is the Foreign-Bred Filly Apparition. [article]
Horse Factor In Great War: Eminent Authority Says If Our Supply of Horses Gave Out Allies Could Not Win. [article]
Rather See Sport Stopped: Than Witness Racing in Kentucky Doomed to Shabby and Disreputable End. [article]
J. E. Widener's Pickwick is Dead: New Yorkers Leave for Hot Springs--Horses at Benning Working Outdoors. [article]