|Author:||Daily Racing Form.|
|Title:||Daily Racing Form: n. Thursday, June 1, 1922 (edition 1)|
|Publication Info:||Chicago, IL: Triangle Publications, Inc.,
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Daily Racing Form: n. Thursday, June 1, 1922
Daily Racing Form.
Chicago, IL: Triangle Publications, Inc., 1922
Captain Cuttle Wins The Epsom Derby: Astor's Tamar Is Second; Craigangower Finishes Third and the Favorite, St. Louis, Fourth.; Thirty Horses, Largest Field Since 1914, Start--Donoghue Rides the Winner [article]
Easy Victory For Snob II.: J. S. Cosden's High-Priced Colt Scores Impressively.; Defeats Preakness Winner Pillory by Three Lengths--Dimmesdale's Fast Race. [article]
Mock Orange By A Head: Defeats Planet and Bygone Days in Thorncliffe Feature.; One Track Record Broken and Two Old Marks Are Equalled--Accident Narrowly Averted. [article]
Firebrand In Great Form: At His Best Now and Ready to Prove It.; Day of Surprises and Disappointments at Louisville Brings Woe to the Bettors. [article]
Stayers And Sprinters: Muscular Development And Conformation The Chief Factors In Racing Types---Notable Instances Of Unknown Distance Racers [article]
Evils Of The Firing Iron: Use of Drastic Treatment on Yearlings Menace to Breeding.; Trainers Hasten Cures by Methods Which Permanently Weaken Thoroughbreds. [article]
Woodbine A Big Surprise: His Triumph in Dominion Handicap Due to Rider of Favorite Being Caught Napping. [article]