|Author:||Daily Racing Form.|
|Title:||Daily Racing Form: n. Friday, May 22, 1925 (edition 1)|
|Publication Info:||Chicago, IL: Triangle Publications, Inc.,
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Daily Racing Form: n. Friday, May 22, 1925
Daily Racing Form.
Chicago, IL: Triangle Publications, Inc., 1925
King Gorin II. Winner: Scores Nose Victory Over Laveen in Majestic Purse.; Smacker Races in Best Form and Captures Sixth Race from Panola. [article]
Topango's Return To Form: Easily Defeats Best Field on Maple Heights Program.; All Right Sir Also Scores an Easy Victory Over Opponents in Sixth Race--Weather Good. [article]
Seagram's Fine Stable: Canadian Owner's Horses Are Fit After Maryland Campaign.; Trainer William Bateman to Have String of Thirty Thoroughbreds for Racing at Blue Bonnets. [article]
Noah Equals Record: Runs Three-Quarters in 1:11 to Win Willoughby Purse.; McAtee Outgenerals Schuttinger--Leatherwood Wins Feature--Jamaica Meeting Ends. [article]
$40,000 For Son Of John: H. H. Cotton Buys Crack Son of Sir John Johnson From D. W. Scott--Has Won One Race. [article]
Here and There on the Turf: Opening of Belmont.; Steeplechasing Prospects.; McLennan for Hawthorne.; Claiming Race Rule. [article]
Developing A Jockey: Methods Employed in the Making of the Saddle Artist.; Apprentice Must Undergo Long and Hard Labor Before Being Permitted to Ride. [article]
Manna's Guineas Victory: Winner of English Classic Cost $31,500 at a Yearling Sale.; Morriss Colt Leads All the Way in Three-Year-Old Event--Strong Derby Hopes Beaten. [article]