|Author:||Daily Racing Form.|
|Title:||Daily Racing Form: n. Thursday, June 2, 1927 (edition 1)|
|Publication Info:||Chicago, IL: Triangle Publications, Inc.,
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Daily Racing Form: n. Thursday, June 2, 1927
Daily Racing Form.
Chicago, IL: Triangle Publications, Inc., 1927
Auspicious Beginning At Washington Park: Glorious Inaugural; Big Crowd on Hand to Welcome Return of Popular Sport.; Feature Provides Surprise in Defeat of Prince of Wales and Victory of Girl Scout. [article]
Call Boy Wins Epsom Derby: Before Record Crowd, Including America's Air Hero, Captain C. A. Lindbergh, Hurry On Co'.t Is Triumphant [article]
Eastern Stars Due Today: Whiskery and Osmand Expected at Fairmount Park--Probable Field for the Derby. [article]
Kentucky Cases In Court: Ruling Against R. D. Williams Is Upheld--Similar Order Against Peter J. Williams Voided. [article]
Here and There on the Turf: Chicago's Big Opening.; Payne Whitney Memorial.; Fairmount Derby Prospect.; The Battle in Florida. [article]
Woodbine Spring Meeting: Total of $132,485 Is Distributed During Seven Days of Racing; W. J. Salmon Leads Money-Winning Owners--Display Tops the Horses--F. Horn Heads the Jockey List. [charts and information]
Famous Colors In Front: Seagram's Black and Yellow Silks Victorious at Thorncliffe.; Rolls Royce Gives Excellent Display of Speed to Take Don Valley Handicap Over the Three-Quarters Route. [article]
Finale At Churchill: Fifty-Third Annual Meeting Comes to an End at Downs Course.; Creek Indian Bests Cotlogomor in Spirited Finish in Au Revoir Handicap, Feature Race. [article]
Pompey A Dismal Failure: Proves Big Disappointment in the Greenport Handicap.; Finishes Second to Whitney Filly Frilette--McAuliffe First in Harlem Stakes After Spirited Race. [article]