|Author:||Daily Racing Form.|
|Title:||Daily Racing Form: n. Tuesday, July 22, 1919 (edition 1)|
|Publication Info:||Chicago, IL: Triangle Publications, Inc.,
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Daily Racing Form: n. Tuesday, July 22, 1919
Daily Racing Form.
Chicago, IL: Triangle Publications, Inc., 1919
Australian Racing News: Leading Winners and Volume of Betting in Sydney District.; Expansion of Early Year Not Carried On--Totalizator Returns Have Fallen Far Away. [article]
Tale Of A Traveling Rider: Jockey F. Herbert Tells Australians Some Fables of the World's Racing. [article]
Representative Of A Reviving Line: Milton a Descendant of the First Triple Crown Winner, West Australian, and a Good Winner. [article]
Finishes First But Loses: Shoal Disqualified After Capturing Sprightful Selling Stakes.; Scratches Riddle Card--Jockey Rodriguez Returns to the Saddle. [article]
Ancestry Of A Triple Crown Winner: Breeding That Resulted in Giving Lady James Douglas the Champion Colt of Last Year. [article]
Beverwyck Steeplechase Entries: The Brook and His Nearest Rivals for Championship Honors Among the Eligibles. [article]
One Of Lord Glanely's Reliances: Exploits and Pedigree of the Winner of the Newmarket Stakes and Prince of Wales Stakes. [article]
For Devotees Of Steeplechasing: North American Steeplechase Holds Out Promise of an Interesting Race at Saratoga. [article]
How Balsa Wood Came To Be Used: Declared to Be Invaluable Product of an Idle Moment--Its Development. [article]