|Author:||Daily Racing Form.|
|Title:||Daily Racing Form: n. Wednesday, April 23, 1924 (edition 1)|
|Publication Info:||Chicago, IL: Triangle Publications, Inc.,
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Daily Racing Form: n. Wednesday, April 23, 1924
Daily Racing Form.
Chicago, IL: Triangle Publications, Inc., 1924
Training Famously: Wise Counsellor Again Gallops Mile in 1:44 Easily.; Real Pretentious Trial Planned for Friday Before Colt Is Shipped to Pimlico. [article]
Thor Promising Juvenile: Now Being Trained at Lexington Track by Charles Dodson.; Property of Mrs. T. J. Regan of New York, Who Has Band of Mares at Old Patchen Wilkes Farm. [article]
Xalapa Farm 1924 Stable: Fourteen Juveniles and Four Older Horses to Bear Its Silks.; Happy Thoughts Is Pointing for the Pimlico Oaks and the Other Fixtures. Fine Band of Juveniles. [article]
Three Straight Wins: Lord Granite Scores Another Impressive Triumph.; Golden Sphere Carries Seagram Colors to First Maryland Success of the Year. [article]
Here and There on the Turf: Opening of the Season.; Lexington and Belmont.; Naming of Horses.; Progress of the Stars. [article]
Huntington Statistics: Winners at Recent Spring Meeting Conducted By West Virginia Jockey Club. [article]
Excelsior Eligibles: Fifty-eight Horses Named for $7,500 Handicap at Jamaica.; Twelve Thoroughbreds from the Harry Payne Whitney Stable Among the Nominations. [article]
Great Tennesse Oscar: American Race Horse of Century Ago Never Beaten.; Bred by Country Preacher, Horse Never Paid a Forfeit, Lost a Heat or Was Ever Really Extented. [article]