|Author:||Daily Racing Form.|
|Title:||Daily Racing Form: n. Thursday, July 29, 1920 (edition 1)|
|Publication Info:||Chicago, IL: Triangle Publications, Inc.,
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Daily Racing Form: n. Thursday, July 29, 1920
Daily Racing Form.
Chicago, IL: Triangle Publications, Inc., 1920
Donnacona In A Canter: Prince Palatine's Son Makes Show of Opponents in Mt. Kisco.; Major Parke's Success in Bronxville Handicap Proves Victory of Monday Last No Fluke. [article]
Man O' War's Engagements: Champion Three-Year-Old Eligible to Seven Important Stakes to Be Decided at Saratoga. [article]
Kentucky Jockey Club Stakes: $150,000 Inchcape, Tryster, Prudery And Star Voter Among Eligibles To This Valuable Kentucky Two-Year-Old Race [charts and information]
Fort Bliss All The Way: Lightly Regarded Skinker Gelding Takes Kenilworth Feature.; Large Fields Go to the Post and Public Finds Trouble in Locating Winners. [article]
Better Colt Than $150,000 Inchcape: J. H. Rosseter and Trainer F. Burlew Said to Hold Montalvo Superior--Works Fast Half. [article]
Breeders' Futurity Horses: Fifty-four Still Remain Eligible to Contest for One of the Popular Features of Lexington Racing. [article]
Veteran Breeder And Owner Dies: Colonel E. F. Clay, Member of a Distinguished Family and Widely Known in Turf Affairs. [article]