|Author:||Daily Racing Form.|
|Title:||Daily Racing Form: n. Friday, April 19, 1929 (edition 1)|
|Publication Info:||Chicago, IL: Triangle Publications, Inc.,
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Daily Racing Form: n. Friday, April 19, 1929
Daily Racing Form.
Chicago, IL: Triangle Publications, Inc., 1929
German-Bred Scores: Rubicon Defeats Crack Band in Havre de Grace Feature.; Donnay Second and Baron King Third--Weather Improves and Attendance Increases. [article]
Rich Preakness Objective: Numerous Trainers Laying Plans at Present to Capture Pimlico's Great Stake. [article]
The Choctaw Works Well: Trainer Spence Much Pleased With Audley Farm Derby Eligible--Colonel Winn at Downs. [article]
Ready For Inaugural: Preparations Completed for Saturday's Opening at Lexington.; President Combs and Vice-President Scott Sanguine Meeting Will Prove Best in History. [article]
Madden's Plans For Year: Will Ship More Horses to New York and Return Himself for Long Stay. [article]
Folking's Class Doubtful: Owner H. T. Archibald Uncertain Whether or Not Colt Is Derby Prospect. [article]
Easter Hero Coming Here?: Grand National Jumper May Be Shipped for Fall Campaign in United States. [article]
U. S. Breeding Service: Remarkable Growth of Industry In the Country--Thoroughbred Sires Mostly In Use. [article]