|Author:||Daily Racing Form.|
|Title:||Daily Racing Form: n. Saturday, December 7, 1918 (edition 1)|
|Publication Info:||Chicago, IL: Triangle Publications, Inc.,
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Daily Racing Form: n. Saturday, December 7, 1918
Daily Racing Form.
Chicago, IL: Triangle Publications, Inc., 1918
Grand National For 1919: Famous English Steeplechase to Be Run Next Spring.; English Racing to Be Relieved of Its Embargo and Tracks Reopened. [article]
Great Australian Races: Fast Performances at Longer Regular Racing Distances.; Records or Near-Records at from One Mile to Two Miles Tabulated. [charts and information]
Good Filly Mary Maud To Be Retired: Will Later Be Sent to Robert Walden's Bowling Brook Farm and Bred to Transvaal. [article]
Jefferson Track Is Much Improved: Tze-Lai Defeats Brando in a Thrilling Finish--Favorites Fall by the Wayside. [article]
Compadre A Three-Year-Old Of Merit: Son of Colin, Under Tutelage of James Fitzsimmons, Did Well in Racing of the Year. [article]
Kentucky Association's Meeting: Robert L. Baker Elected General Manager--Plans Formulated for Next Year's Spring Meeting. [article]
America's Trench Shotgun: Handy and Effective Weapon Which Made the Murderous Hun Shout.; How An Old Model Was Improved, Strengthened and Made More Deadly. [article]
Guileless Bluebill Ducks: Folly of the Birds Work to Their Own Destruction.; Cannot Be Kept Away from the Decoys in Any Western Fields. [article]
Courtesy In The Hunting Of Duck: Good Manners Are Fundamentally Nothing More or Less Than Fair Play. [article]