|Author:||Daily Racing Form.|
|Title:||Daily Racing Form: n. Tuesday, May 11, 1920 (edition 1)|
|Publication Info:||Chicago, IL: Triangle Publications, Inc.,
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Daily Racing Form: n. Tuesday, May 11, 1920
Daily Racing Form.
Chicago, IL: Triangle Publications, Inc., 1920
Bradley's Pleasant Time: Takes Two Races with His Youngsters at Churchill Downs.; Bit of White Hands Him the Rich Debutante Stakes and Black Servant a Purse. [article]
Pimlico Favorites Delude: Arethusa in the Last Race the Only One to Win.; Louis V. Scores in the Feature Race of the Day--Smithfield Takes the Jumping Race. [article]
Money Winners At Lexington: Old Track Records The Best Daily Average In Its History, With J. M. Goode Leading The Owners And Sands Of Pleasure The Horses [article]
Paul Jones Not Viewed With Favor: His Derby Victory Deemed Lucky at the Track and Due Largely to His Being the Most Fit. [article]
An Ardent Partisan Of Troutbeck: English Breeder Says He Is Much More Qualified for Success as a Sire Than Prince Palatine. [article]
Our Stephen Wins The Chester Cup: Noted English Race Run in Bad Weather Before a Record Crowd. [article]
Windsor's Attractive Program: The $10,000 Frontier Handicap to Be the Star Racing Feature of Its First Meeting. [article]