|Author:||Daily Racing Form.|
|Title:||Daily Racing Form: n. Wednesday, February 14, 1923 (edition 1)|
|Publication Info:||Chicago, IL: Triangle Publications, Inc.,
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Daily Racing Form: n. Wednesday, February 14, 1923
Daily Racing Form.
Chicago, IL: Triangle Publications, Inc., 1923
Best Of The Meeting: Fair Grounds' Last Day Marked by Great Racing.; Best Pal Takes the Stake Race With All Ease--Vast Crowd Witnesses the Sport. [article]
Lincoln's Birthday Card: J. K. L. Ross' Rebuke Proves Best in the Owners' Handicap.; Threatening Weather Falls to Affect the Attendance--Muddy Going Favors Dicky Legs of Old Rifle. [article]
Jefferson Park Opening: Twenty-Eight Days' Meeting Begins at Shrewsbury Today.; More Than a Thousand Horses Available for the Racing--Much Interest in Louisana Derby. [article]
The Wag Surprises: Furnishes Upset in Taking Measure of Tony Sue by Nose.; Latter Medium of Heavy Plunge--Pony Express and Wild Cat Prove Disappointments. [article]
Here and There on the Turf: Preakness Stakes and Kentucky Derby.; Candidates Soon to Be in Training.; Chances of Winter Raced Ones. [article]
Winners Of Various Ages: Four Leaders of Each Year From 1902 to Present Time.; Names of Such Imperial Creatures as Colin, Sysonby, Man o' War and Exterminator Appear in the List. [article]
Spanish Stallion's Death: Billycock, Which Won Nice Grand Prix, Had Great Possibilities.; Comte de la Cimera's Horse Had Same Blood Lines as Hurry on, Great English Sire--Revival of Barealdine Line. [article]