|Author:||Daily Racing Form.|
|Title:||Daily Racing Form: n. Saturday, June 3, 1922 (edition 1)|
|Publication Info:||Chicago, IL: Triangle Publications, Inc.,
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Daily Racing Form: n. Saturday, June 3, 1922
Daily Racing Form.
Chicago, IL: Triangle Publications, Inc., 1922
Nearing Louisville Close: Sickness Among Horses Affecting the Racing Seriously.; Churchill Downs Meeting to End Today With the Kentucky Oaks the Feature. [article]
Noted Suburban Handicap Today: Small But High-Class Field Named To Strive For The Popular Eastern Fixture [article]
Kentucky Oaks Farewell Event: Great Filly Race The Closing Day Attraction At Churchill Downs---Eleven Named To Start [charts and information]
Double For J. K. L. Ross: Prismar and Finery Carry Commander's Colors to Victory--Threatening Weather. [article]
Pair Of Ugly Ducklings: Peccant, Sold for $15,000, Failure on the Flat--Last Man Once Given Away. [article]
King William Destroyed: Young English Sire of Stayers and Good Brood Mares Meets Fatal Accident. [article]
Weights In English Stake: Ascot Gold Cup at Two Miles and a Half Attracts 59 Nominations This Year--Value $20,000. [article]
Epsom Oaks Won By Pogrom: Lord Astor's Homebred Filly First, With Soubriquet a Close-Up Second. [article]