|Author:||Daily Racing Form.|
|Title:||Daily Racing Form: n. Wednesday, July 24, 1918 (edition 1)|
|Publication Info:||Chicago, IL: Triangle Publications, Inc.,
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Daily Racing Form: n. Wednesday, July 24, 1918
Daily Racing Form.
Chicago, IL: Triangle Publications, Inc., 1918
Three-Year-Old Supremacy: Question As to Which Is Best of the Year Remains Unanswered.; Saratoga Racing May Decide the Real Champion of That Division. [article]
Records Of Flat Racing At All Distances Over North American Tracks Corrected To Date [charts and information]
Oppressive Hot Weather: Responsible for Decrease in Attendance at Empire City.; Bondage Wins White Plains Handicap--Calumet Stable Scores a Double. [article]
Former Rider Enthusiast Soldier: George Swain Says He Wouldn't Have Missed Wearing Uniform for Anything in the World. [article]
Flags May Prove Another Roseben: George Odom Declares Son of Whisk Broom II. Is the Fastest Horse He Ever Trained. [article]
Jockey Griffin An Eastern Visitor: Declares Lack of Unity of Action Prevents Resumption of Racing on Pacific Coast. [article]
Matchem Line In This Country: Lost Its Most Famous Representative When Old Hastings Finally Passed Away. [article]
Small Mares Make Best Broodmares: Advisability of Giving Preference to the Smaller Type of Brood Matrons Pointed Out. [article]
Idle Hour Stud Two-Year-Olds: Ten of the Year's Winning Juveniles Were Bred at E. R. Bradley's Kentucky Farm. [article]