|Author:||Daily Racing Form.|
|Title:||Daily Racing Form: n. Monday, May 22, 1933 (edition 1)|
|Publication Info:||Chicago, IL: Triangle Publications, Inc.,
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Daily Racing Form: n. Monday, May 22, 1933
Daily Racing Form.
Chicago, IL: Triangle Publications, Inc., 1933
Head Play Is Beaten: No Excuses for Mason Star in Wood Memorial.; Finishes Six and a Half Lengths Behind Mr. Khayyam--De Valera Takes Second Money. [article]
Inaugural Day Of Washington Park Racing: First of Chicago's Major Tracks to Throw Open Its Gates Monday; Outlook Exceedingly Bright for a Most Successful Meeting--Fourteen Named for Washington Park Handicap, Opening Feature [article]
Wise Daughter Impresses: Adds Bowie Kindergarten Stakes to Her List of Turf Successes.; Defeats Piety by Two Lengths, With Snappy Story Third--Clotho Scores in Whitney Colors. [article]
Another Seagram Victory: King O'Connor Carries Its Colors to Triumph in King's Plate.; Easter Hatter and Syngo Second and Third Respectively in Historical Race With Twenty-Two Starters. [article]
Au Revoir At Sportsman's: Martie Flynn Accounts for Final Feature of Meeting.; Popular Half-Mile Track Entertains Big Crowd--Track Heavy for Final Day of Racing. [article]
Bainbridge Park Opening: Cleveland Meeting Begins With Large Crowd Present.; Friend Charley Winner of Inaugural Handicap, With Towee and Honey Locust Dividing Minor Portions of Purse. [article]
Kentucky Oaks Victress: E. R. Bradley's Barn Swallow Easily Accounts for Famous Old Event.; Proves Too Speedy for His Rivals to Score by Three Lengths--Crowd of 12,000 for Churchill Closing. [article]