|Author:||Daily Racing Form.|
|Title:||Daily Racing Form: n. Thursday, April 4, 1929 (edition 1)|
|Publication Info:||Chicago, IL: Triangle Publications, Inc.,
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Daily Racing Form: n. Thursday, April 4, 1929
Daily Racing Form.
Chicago, IL: Triangle Publications, Inc., 1929
Flash Purse To Poly: Polymelian Horse Makes 1929 Bow in Auspicious Fashion.; Cloudy Races to Second Place in Bowie Feature--Sand Fiddler Wins Juvenile Race. [article]
Louisville Derby Moves: St. Ignatius and Hiram Kelly Show Most Speed in Morning Trial Gallops. [article]
Unloaded With High Fever: Col. Fallon Arrives at Aurora in Poor Shape--War Buddy Has Temperature of 104. [article]
Hildreth Engages Lowe: Former Trainer for Coe to Assist in Preparing Rancocas Stable Horses. [article]
New Orleans Departures: Horsemen Vacating Jefferson Park and Fair Grounds Rapidly for Various Northern Points. [article]
King's Plate Nominations: Fifty-Eight Entries Received for the Greatest Canadian Stake.; Seagram Stable Names Three Representatives--Hastings Stable Leads With Nine Possible Starters. [article]
Masked Marvel II. To Stud: Son of McKinley Bred in France by A. K. Macomber--Entering Brookdale Farm. [article]
Women In Steeplechasing: Many Fair Owners Attracted to That Spectacular Sport.; Interest in Cross-Country Branch of Racing Growing Rapidly--New Recruits Enlisted Steadily. [article]
Clyde Van Dusen's Gallop: Man o' War Gelding Center of Attention at Lexington Track.; Runs Kindly in Company With Gardner Derr, But Loafs When Latter Stops at Three-Quarters Post. [article]