|Author:||Daily Racing Form.|
|Title:||Daily Racing Form: n. Thursday, February 8, 1923 (edition 1)|
|Publication Info:||Chicago, IL: Triangle Publications, Inc.,
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Daily Racing Form: n. Thursday, February 8, 1923
Daily Racing Form.
Chicago, IL: Triangle Publications, Inc., 1923
Finishes Are Exciting: Copper Demon Bests Royce Rools in the Last Stride.; Fantoche and Runquoi Furnish Another Thriller--Big Attendance at Fair Grounds. [article]
Irwin Supreme At Tijuana: Abadane Comes Back After Sunday's Victory to Score Again.; Jockey W. Pool's Eventful Day--Rides Three Winners, One Second and Figures in a Fall, Escaping Any Serious Injuries. [article]
Owns Stanford Stud Farm: Herbert Fleishacker Plans Extensive Racing and Breeding Establishment. [article]
Different Eyes Victorious: Easily Triumphs in Feature Race at Oriental Park.; Haman Defeats Mallowmot in Spirited Stretch Struggle--Liborio Furnishes Surprise in Inaugural Contest. [article]
Racing Legislation: Senator Denvir Introduces Bill to Restore Sport in Illinois.; Measure Provides for a Racing Commission, Pari-Mutuels and Limited Meetings. [article]
Here and There on the Turf: Handicapping Further Considered.; Middle Weights Most Frequent Winners.; Joyner's Graded Handicap Commended. [article]
W. R. Coe's Place On Turf: How a Subscription Filly Began a Notable Establishment.; Immense Racing and Breeding Interest That Had Its Beginning with a Sporting Race at Locust Valley Course. [article]
American Money Winners: Leaders of Different Ages During Past Nineteen Years.; Sysonby, Colin, Man o' War and Morvich Only Horses with Over $100,000 to Credit in Any One Year. [article]