|Author:||Daily Racing Form.|
|Title:||Daily Racing Form: n. Wednesday, May 4, 1932 (edition 1)|
|Publication Info:||Chicago, IL: Triangle Publications, Inc.,
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Daily Racing Form: n. Wednesday, May 4, 1932
Daily Racing Form.
Chicago, IL: Triangle Publications, Inc., 1932
Likely Kentucky Derby Field: Contestants for $50,000 Prize to Number Fifteen Three-Year-Olds, With Eight Western and Seven Eastern Representatives [article]
Adobe Post Looms Up: Qualifies as Prospective Starter in Fifty-Eighth Kentucky Derby.; Decisively Defeats Prince Hotspur, Gold Check and Other Eligibles--The Nut's Auspicious Debut. [article]
Aurora's Ladies' Day: Goodly Crowd of Fair Sex Guests of Exposition Park Management.; Interesting Racing Despite Changed Weather and Track Conditions--Blue Day Triumphant. [article]
Home Work To The Fore: Scores in Easy Fashion in Tuesday's Main Race at Sportsman's Park.; Race Marred by Elimination of Racketeer, Which Stumbled and Threw Rider--Attendance Affected by Weather. [article]
On Tap And Hank Mills: Prove Winning Combination in Olympic Claiming Stakes.; Condescend, With Sande Up, Scores Fourth Straight Success--Rousing Finish Occurs in Opening Race. [article]
Sun Meadow Pimlico Winner: Hitt Racer Makes Auspicious 1932 Debut in Maryland.; Easily Defeats Happy Scot in Jennings Stakes--Microphone Outstays Proteus for Third Place. [article]