|Author:||Daily Racing Form.|
|Title:||Daily Racing Form: n. Friday, February 16, 1923 (edition 1)|
|Publication Info:||Chicago, IL: Triangle Publications, Inc.,
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Daily Racing Form: n. Friday, February 16, 1923
Daily Racing Form.
Chicago, IL: Triangle Publications, Inc., 1923
Comic Song's Revival: Gives Weight and a Beating to Parader Luckily.; Hidden Jewel's Bad Race--Crack o' Dawn Runs Well--Big Crowd Visits Park. [article]
Apprentice In Limelight: Jockey F. Cantrell Observes 17th Birthday by Three Wins.; "Iron Horse" Harry D. Gets Revenge for Defeat of Tuesday--Hazel Dale Wins for Second Day in Succession. [article]
Plan Track At Matamoros: New Course Across Border from Brownsville, Tex., to Open Thanksgiving Day. [article]
Maryland Claiming Rule: Auction Clause Is Eliminated by the Racing Commission.; Starters Are to Be Claimed Before the Running and for the Entered Selling Price. [article]
Here and There on the Turf: Latonia Derby Weights Are Changed.; Allowances, but No More Penalties.; Chance for Racing in State of Washington. [article]
German Racing Situation: Readjustment of Racing Dates to Cut Down Cost of Training Saves Sport. [article]
King Alfonso's Champion: Ruban, Which Won Great Spanish Stake in 1922, Is Finely Bred.; English Turf Writer Discusses Chances of Spanish Crack in Ascot Gold Cup, for Which He Is Entered This Year. [article]
To Improve The Breed: Slogan to Encourage Racing Was Used in Maryland Years Before the Revolution. [article]