|Author:||Daily Racing Form.|
|Title:||Daily Racing Form: n. Friday, March 23, 1923 (edition 1)|
|Publication Info:||Chicago, IL: Triangle Publications, Inc.,
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Daily Racing Form: n. Friday, March 23, 1923
Daily Racing Form.
Chicago, IL: Triangle Publications, Inc., 1923
Grand National Day: World's Most Famous Steeplechase to Be Run Today.; America's Hope in Duettiste and Sergeant Murphy--An Extra Large Field Expected. [article]
Pilades Scores Third Win: Orestes Colt Triumphs Over Ponce in Impressive Style.; Ike Mills Upsets Calculations in Defeating Tan H. and Salamander--Cuban Rider Shows Up Well. [article]
Ashland Derby Of $25,000: General Manager J. O. Keene Proposes Valuable Race for Opening Feature of New Track. [article]
Weight Beats Abadane: One Hundred and Thirty-Six Pounds Prove Too Much.; Breeze, War God and Lucky Button Emerge Triumphant--Jockey W. Pool to Ride in Coffroth Handicap. [article]
Here and There on the Turf: Dilatory Trainers and Jockeys.; Owner Cosden's Virginia Establishment.; More Money for New York Steeplechasing. [article]
Latest Lexington Gossip: Mose Goldblatt Arrives for Hewitt Sale--More Foals Reported from Breeding Farms. [article]
Trainer Burch's Stable: Nevada Stock Farm Horses Preparing for Spring Season.; Three-Year-Old General Thatcher Considered Star of the Aggregation--Will Be Started Both in Preakness and Kentucky Derby. [article]
Johnson's English Mare: American Owner and Breeder Acquires Homily, Which Is Now on Way to This Country. [article]
Kelley Horses Go East: Chicago Turfman's String of Six, Including Derby Candidate Skeezix, Leave Tanforan. [article]