|Author:||Daily Racing Form.|
|Title:||Daily Racing Form: n. Monday, May 2, 1921 (edition 1)|
|Publication Info:||Chicago, IL: Triangle Publications, Inc.,
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Daily Racing Form: n. Monday, May 2, 1921
Daily Racing Form.
Chicago, IL: Triangle Publications, Inc., 1921
King's Plate Candidates: Review of Eligibles for Canada's Long Established Race.; Royal Visitor and Herendesy the Most Favored Ones--Seagram Stable Prominent. [article]
Macomber Two-Year-Olds: Fourteen California-Bred Youngsters Shipped to Belmont Park for Eastern Racing. [article]
Opinions From Lexington: Leonardo II. Held to Have Sadly Clouded His Derby Chance.; Bradley's Pair Advanced in Public Favor, but Many Are Turning to Careful Hopefully. [article]
Our Four-Year-Old Champions: Ballot, Star Of 1908, The Only Unbeaten Horse And The Leading Money Winner Of His Age Division In Sixteen Years Of Racing [article]
To Encourage Breeding: U. S. Army Much Concerned Over Remount Problems.; Col. Stanley Says Racing Is Needed to Secure Proper Type of Horse. [article]
Sensible View Of Horses: Noted English Jockey Tells of Their Pecularities--Praise for Pretty Polly. [article]
Derby Curtain Raisers: Debutante Stakes to Be Run at Churchill Downs Same Day; Wonderful List of High-Class Entries Presages Great Two-Year-Old Battle. [article]
Wheeling Racing Figures: G. Drumhiller Most Successful Among the Owners--Marmite Leader of the Horses. [article]