|Author:||Daily Racing Form.|
|Title:||Daily Racing Form: n. Sunday, April 11, 1920 (edition 1)|
|Publication Info:||Chicago, IL: Triangle Publications, Inc.,
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Daily Racing Form: n. Sunday, April 11, 1920
Daily Racing Form.
Chicago, IL: Triangle Publications, Inc., 1920
Light Work At Louisville: Track Growing Fast and Speedy Work-Outs Looked For Soon.; Twelve Stalls Reserved for J. K. L. Ross' Horses--All Boxes Taken for Derby Day. [article]
American Turf Literature Scant: Few Works of Value Extant Portraying the History of Racing and Breeding in This Country, as Well as of the Men Who Fostered the Continuance of the Sport and Industry [article]
Bullet Proof a Failure: Hot Favorite for Bowie Feature, but Finishes Unplaced.; Manoevre Wins His Third Consecutive Race--King's Champion Defeats The Lamb. [article]
Havre Meeting Opens Next Friday: Daily Money Distribution Will Average Nearly $11,000--No Purse Less than $1,200. [article]
Superintendent For Chicago Owner: G. W. Berry to Take Charge of F. J. Kelley's Breeding and Racing Interests. [article]
Kentucky's Turf Prizes: Lavish Outlay in Rich Stakes and Purses for Nearby Racing.; Sport Will Run for Sixty Days and Monetary Distribution Will Reach $700,000. [article]
Cochran Horses Now At Lexington: Seven Kentucky Derby Candidates Given Slow Exercise Gallops Yesterday. [article]