|Author:||Daily Racing Form.|
|Title:||Daily Racing Form: n. Saturday, May 14, 1927 (edition 1)|
|Publication Info:||Chicago, IL: Triangle Publications, Inc.,
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Daily Racing Form: n. Saturday, May 14, 1927
Daily Racing Form.
Chicago, IL: Triangle Publications, Inc., 1927
Eighteen Starters: Glorious Array of Superb Horses Named for Kentucky Derby.; H. P. Whitney Entry Favorite--Rolled Stocking Main Reliance of the West. [article]
Bugle Call For Kentucky Derby: Record Attendance for This Country Expected to Witness Fifty-Third Renewal of America's Turf Classic; Thousands Upon Thousands From All Sections of the United States, Canada and Elsewhere Gather in Louisville for the Turf's Greatest Outdoor Spectacle---East and West Contest for Coveted Honor [article]
Here and There on the Turf: Meaning of Derby Day.; Belmont Still To Come.; Natural Final Test.; Troubles of the Starter. [article]
Sanola Disappoints: Sain Mare Fails Backers in Feature Race at Aurora.; Jack Alexander Wins--Orestes II. Outstays Glenister II. for Second Place. [article]
Gaffney Scores At Akron: Cooper Racer Outstays Turnberry After Hard Stretch Drive for Howe Hotel Purse. [article]
Spring Juvenile Stakes: Furnish Thrilling Contest, With All Callao the Winner.; Rooney Adds Excitement by Running Away Going to the Post--M. Fator and Flagship Prove a Winning Combination. [article]
Jamaica Card Ordinary: Montana Handicap Attracts Best Field of Afternoon.; Brown Bud Wins from False Pride in Close Finish, with Jim Crow Third--Crowd Up to Midweek Average. [article]