|Author:||Daily Racing Form.|
|Title:||Daily Racing Form: n. Monday, March 22, 1920 (edition 1)|
|Publication Info:||Chicago, IL: Triangle Publications, Inc.,
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Daily Racing Form: n. Monday, March 22, 1920
Daily Racing Form.
Chicago, IL: Triangle Publications, Inc., 1920
Two Cuban Developments: Mess Kit Is Extremely Small but All Race Horse.; Baladin Changed From a Seemingly Hopeless Case to a Fine Handicap Racer. [article]
Damask And His Antecedents: Louisiana Derby Winner a St. Simon Horse, but Also Carries in His Veins the Most Successful and Potent American Lines of Breeding. [article]
Havana's Last Week Here: Last Program Book of the Long Winter Meeting Distributed.; First Running of the Cuban Derby the Star Feature of the Final Day's Racing. [article]
Stake Races For Canadian Horses: Nominations to the Breeders' Stakes and the Maple Leaf Stakes to Be Run Next Year. [charts and information]
Havana Meeting Highly Profitable: Destination of the Owners, Horses, Riders and Officials Soon to Depart Northward. [article]
Autobiography Of A Famous Trainer: John Porter's Own Story of His Connection with Ormonde and Other Grand Racers. [article]
Indian Whale Hunters: Pacific Coast Makahs Use Only Primitive Canoes, Lances and Spears.; Tribe Shares in All the Captures--Meat Palatable--Methods of Chase. [article]