|Author:||Daily Racing Form.|
|Title:||Daily Racing Form: n. Friday, May 12, 1933 (edition 1)|
|Publication Info:||Chicago, IL: Triangle Publications, Inc.,
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Daily Racing Form: n. Friday, May 12, 1933
Daily Racing Form.
Chicago, IL: Triangle Publications, Inc., 1933
Feature To Gay Prince: F. T. Miller Racer Earns Second Purse at Exposition Park.; Showers Fall During Races but Temperature Rises--Sweet Lassie and Imelda Triumph. [article]
Humboldt Park Purse: Proves Easy for Consistent Hamburger Jim in Brackman Colors.; Unusually Large Crowd Braves Rain and Fog--Worst Weather of Meeting. [article]
Illinois Derby Prospects: Outlook Bright for Dozen Starters in Aurora's Closing Day Feature.; Charley O., Fingal, Sarada, Col. Hatfield, At Top and Other Topnotchers Among the Expected Contestants in Race. [article]
Muddy At Louisville: Victory of Whymask in Third Day's Outstanding Surprise.; W. E. Smith's Knockaway Fails in Maiden Race--Her Hero, Kievette and Cayuga Winners. [article]
Jamaica Has An Off Day: Substitute Races and Bad Weather Have Their Effect.; Lansquenet and Affirmative Repeat at New York Course--Jam at Start Marks Opening Race. [article]
Bowie Attracts Star Riders: Outstanding Saddle Artists Signify Intention of Riding There.; Racing Secretary Joseph McLennan to Have Plenty of Material Available for Attractive Programs. [article]
Wood Memorial Eligibles: Thirty-Seven Nominated for Stake to Be Run at Jamaica Saturday, May 20. [article]
Hunt Set Out In Force: Gather at Old Pimlico to See the Billy Barton Steeplechase.; Only Six of Eleven Starters Finish Course, With Battleship, Son of Man o' War, Being Returned the Winner. [article]