|Author:||Daily Racing Form.|
|Title:||Daily Racing Form: n. Wednesday, March 14, 1923 (edition 1)|
|Publication Info:||Chicago, IL: Triangle Publications, Inc.,
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Daily Racing Form: n. Wednesday, March 14, 1923
Daily Racing Form.
Chicago, IL: Triangle Publications, Inc., 1923
Rapid Day A Victor: Vanquishes Hadrian by Inches in a Decidedly Close Finish.; Fannie Bean Defeats Ralco in Another Close Call--Body Guard Loses to Lady Myra. [article]
Spectacular Finishes: Feature Tuesday's Racing at Beautiful Oriental Park.; Chile Victorious in Most Pretentious Contest of Program--Other Hard Fought Battles. [article]
Kentucky Derby Prices: Odds Quoted by a Local Layer Against the Numerous Candidates. [charts and information]
H. P. Whitney's Juveniles: His String of Youngsters at Benning Reported Near Condition--First of the Johrens. [article]
Gray Derby Candidate: Keene Bros.' Alice Blue Gown Reported in Fine Condition at Louisville--Record Good. [article]
Here and There on the Turf: Canada's Racing Situation.; Maidens Among Kentucky Derby Candidates.; Forty Entered, Including High-Priced Yearlings. [article]
Admiral Rous On Racing: Views of Old English Handicapper Were Given in "Manifesto."; Predicted Decline of Stamina Because of Tendencies in Breeding--Sound Comments on Two-Year-Old Competition. [article]
Fred Archer Great Rider: Illness, Brought About by Reducing, Had Tragic Termination.; Famous English Jockey Was Unsurpassed as a Judge of Pace and Possessed Matchless Courage and Resolution. [article]