|Author:||Daily Racing Form.|
|Title:||Daily Racing Form: n. Monday, April 29, 1929 (edition 1)|
|Publication Info:||Chicago, IL: Triangle Publications, Inc.,
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Daily Racing Form: n. Monday, April 29, 1929
Daily Racing Form.
Chicago, IL: Triangle Publications, Inc., 1929
Dixie Handicap At Pimlico: Noted Race Feature of Maryland Jockey Club's Opening Day; Splendid Array of Equine Stars to Contest for Great Array of Rich Turf Prizes Offered by Old Racing Organization [article]
Spectacular Racing: Ben Ali Handicap Results in Thrilling and Close Contest.; Broadside and Cartago Separated By a Nose at Finish--Record Crowd at Lexington. [article]
Ross Colors Second: Grey Coat Outstays The Nut After Stirring Drive.; Son of Volta Carries 119 Pounds--Mowlee Defeats Sortie in Trial Handicap. [article]
Successor To P. M. Burch: R. F. Carman, Jr., Spends Day at Piatt Farm Inspecting Wingfield Horses. [article]
Star Racers At Fairmount: Shipment From Maryland Includes Greenock and Sand Fiddler.; August A. Busch's German-Bred Andacht Impresses Work Watchers by His Smooth Action and Speed. [article]
Victory For Essare: Leads Throughout in Rich Wood Memorial Stakes.; Great Day for Sons of Light Brigade at Jamaica--Crack Brigade Scores. [article]
Aurora's Jockey Colony: Expected to Be Largest in History of Exposition Park.; C. E. Allen, Elmo Shropshire, J. Parmalee, J. Majestic, R. Jones and Other Stars Slated to Ride. [article]
Grabner Colt Impresses: Gallops One Mile and an Eighth in 1:55 3/5 at Louisville.; Best Time for Distance This Year at Derby Track--Lee Cooper Shows Brilliant Speed. [article]