|Author:||Daily Racing Form.|
|Title:||Daily Racing Form: n. Thursday, June 7, 1928 (edition 1)|
|Publication Info:||Chicago, IL: Triangle Publications, Inc.,
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Daily Racing Form: n. Thursday, June 7, 1928
Daily Racing Form.
Chicago, IL: Triangle Publications, Inc., 1928
Outsider Wins England's Greatest Race: Felstead The Winner; Captures 148th Running of Famous Epsom Derby.; Flamingo and Black Watch Finish Second and Third, Respectively--Favorite Badly Beaten. [article]
More Rain And Mud: Unfavorable Weather and Track Conditions Mar Arlington Sport.; Sea Rip a Big Disappointment in Principal Offering, Finishing Behind Irish Pal. [article]
Probable American Derby Field: Twelve Starters May Contest in Chicago's Outstanding Race---Misstep the Favorite---Rurik the Dark Horse---Strolling Player Coming From East [article]
Scores After Hard Drive: Fisher's Ride Chief Factor in Victory of Word of Honor.; Audley Farm Representative Out to Limit to Hold Bunthorne Safe--Double for L. Gentry. [article]
Here and There on the Turf: The Latonia Opening.; On Strolling Player.; The Widener Amendment [article]
Inaugural At Connaught: Sun Roman Carries Kilmer Colors to Victory in Feature.; Son of Sun Briar Finishes Six Lengths in Advance of Pledge---Weather Poor for Opening. [article]
Unsettled Weather: Fails to Affect the Attendance at Latonia Track.; Course Deep in Mud and Fields Small--Handicap Falls to Roxie Weidel in Easy Fashion. [article]
Bateau Accounts For Oaks: Daughter of Man o' War Races in Greatly Improved Form.; Wins American Coaching Club Oaks and $14,825 for Walter M. Jeffords at Belmont Park. [article]