|Author:||Daily Racing Form.|
|Title:||Daily Racing Form: n. Monday, March 31, 1919 (edition 1)|
|Publication Info:||Chicago, IL: Triangle Publications, Inc.,
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Daily Racing Form: n. Monday, March 31, 1919
Daily Racing Form.
Chicago, IL: Triangle Publications, Inc., 1919
Near The Half Way Mark: Oaklawn Park Meeting Moves On With Interest Undiminished.; Eternal's Easy Victory Saturday Makes Great Impression--Latest Gossip. [article]
Grand Maryland Season In Prospect: Plenty Racing Material of High Class Available and Ready for Approaching Meetings. [article]
Lexington Track Alive With Horses: Several Derby Candidates Work Impressively--Kentucky Jockey Club to Meet Today. [article]
Untimely Injury To Col. Livingston: Slight Accident to B. J. Brannon's Crack Racer Forces Owner to Declare Him Out of Derby. [article]
Final Week At Havana: Oriental Park Meeting of 100 Days Ends Next Sunday.; Jockey L. Fator Star of Yesterday's Excellent Program of Seven Races. [article]
James P. Ross Resigns At Lexington: Claims That He Inaugurated Movement That Resulted in Sale of Kentucky Tracks. [article]
Louchheim's Stable At Lexington: St. Quentin and Five Two-Year-Olds Make Up String in Charge of Trainer C. F. Clark. [article]
Big Entry List For Clark Handicap: Eighty-Six Star Performers Named for Old Established Churchill Downs Feature. [article]