|Author:||Daily Racing Form.|
|Title:||Daily Racing Form: n. Wednesday, March 24, 1920 (edition 1)|
|Publication Info:||Chicago, IL: Triangle Publications, Inc.,
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Daily Racing Form: n. Wednesday, March 24, 1920
Daily Racing Form.
Chicago, IL: Triangle Publications, Inc., 1920
Churchill Downs Gossip: New Orleans and Havana Horses Arriving Day After Day.; Red Legs an Attractive Two-Year-Old--Stalls Plentiful at Douglas Park. [article]
World's Record Of Horse Sales: Tracery's Price, Calculated On Basis Of Others, The Highest Ever Paid---Twenty-Four Horses And One Mare Sold For More Than $100,000 Each [charts and information]
No Form To These Races: Havana Card Given Over to Slow Selling Platers.; Key Mar Victorious in the Leading Race of the Day--Derby Day Opinion. [article]
Jamaica's Fine Stake Entries: Nearly 1,200 Entries to the Events of the Spring and Summer Meetings. [article]
From Three Toes To Thoroughbred: Story of the Horse from the Earliest Period of His Life and His Development. [article]
England's Richest Handicap Stake: Kempton Park's Great Jubilee Handicap and the Weights Given the Stars Entered. [charts and information]
April Is A Trout Month: Lure of the Stream and Fishing Home a Cure for Trouble.; Ways of Fish and Fishermen--Tools of "Old Mose, the Southern Magician." [article]