|Author:||Daily Racing Form.|
|Title:||Daily Racing Form: n. Tuesday, March 13, 1923 (edition 1)|
|Publication Info:||Chicago, IL: Triangle Publications, Inc.,
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Daily Racing Form: n. Tuesday, March 13, 1923
Daily Racing Form.
Chicago, IL: Triangle Publications, Inc., 1923
Parader First Again: Wins Jefferson Park's Feature from Sir Thomas Kean.; Barracuda in Front at Last--Jockey Babin Stars with Three Mounts--Track Notes. [article]
J. S. Cosden's Hopes: Dunlin, Martingale, Golden Rule His Kentucky Derby Entries.; Trainer Wm. Garth Confident He Will Duplicate Success of John Paul Jones With One of These. [article]
Bowie Prospects Bright: Stall Reservations Indicate Plenty of Horses of Good Quality for Spring Meeting. [article]
Foals At Hancock Studs: Fourteen Arrive at Claiborne and Three at Ellerslie--Only Six Colts. [article]
Here and There on the Turf: Aspiration's Qualifications.; Ran Fastest Mile of Any Two-Year-Old.; Skill of a Far-Western Trainer. [article]
Lexington Stake Entries: Nominations for Camden Handicap and Tobacco Stakes, to Be Run at Spring Meeting. [charts and information]
Old Training Methods: How Horses Went Through the "Sweating" Ordeal in England.; Back in the "Fifties" There Was No "Auction Clause" in the Selling Race Rules. [article]
J. F. O'Hara And G. D. Bryan: Secure Controlling Interest in the Pleasanton Track.; Manager O'Brien Goes East to Consult Them Regarding Proposed Meeting to Be Held Next Fall. [article]
Of Interest To Breeders: English Writer Compiles List of Great Horses Whose Sire and Dam Were Foaled Same Year. [article]