|Author:||Daily Racing Form.|
|Title:||Daily Racing Form: n. Monday, June 25, 1934 (edition 1)|
|Publication Info:||Chicago, IL: Triangle Publications, Inc.,
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Daily Racing Form: n. Monday, June 25, 1934
Daily Racing Form.
Chicago, IL: Triangle Publications, Inc., 1934
Twenty-Five In Arlington Inaugural Handicap: Thirty-Day Meeting Begins Today at Magnificent Northwest Side Track.; Championships of All Divisions May Be Settled in Many Rich Stake Races on Schedule--Leading Stables of Country Competing. [article]
Fisher Filly Scores: Daughter of Peter Hastings Odds-On Choice for Race.; Ten Thousand Witness Renewal of Oaks, Main Attraction of Final Washington Park Program. [article]
Try Sympathy Is Best: Demonstrates Superiority Over Juveniles at Detroit.; Accounts for Juvenile Stakes, With Phildia Second and Polish Beau Third--Big Crowd Out. [article]
Here and There on the Turf: Rockingham Caters to Public.; Officiating Must Please.; Workman, New Deal at Odds.; Cavanagh Makes Bad Ruling. [article]
Rule Off Two At Dayton: Frank Zack and James Michaels Barred for Alleged Fixing of Races--Jockeys Implicated. [article]
New Deal's Fine Speed: Runs Mile and Sixteenth in Fast Time of 1:44 3/5.; Parrish Three-Year-Old Adds Enquirer Handicap at Latonia to His List of Triumphs. [article]
Discuss Lexington Meeting: Thoroughbred Club of America Debates On Non-Profit Meeting at Century Old Course. [article]
Easy For Springsteel: 30,000 Watch Labrot Gelding Win Rockingham Feature.; Takes Early Lead and Maintains It to Finish--Mr. Khayyam Races Poorly. [article]
Three In A Row For Malolo: Easily Defeats Rizla in St. Louis Star and Times Handicap.; Big Crowd at Fairmount Park Despite Hot Weather--Southland Toy Wins Opening Race. [article]