|Author:||Daily Racing Form.|
|Title:||Daily Racing Form: n. Saturday, May 8, 1937 (edition 1)|
|Publication Info:||Chicago, IL: Triangle Publications, Inc.,
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Daily Racing Form: n. Saturday, May 8, 1937
Daily Racing Form.
Chicago, IL: Triangle Publications, Inc., 1937
Sixty-Third Kentucky Derby Today: Large and Classy Field to Start in America's Most Popular Race; War Admiral Public Choice, With Chicago-Owned Milky Way Stable Entry Next in Demand--Open Race Indicated by Large Number of Contestants [article]
Derby Of International Aspect: Sport-Loving Men and Women From Near and Far Throng Louisville to Witness America's Outstanding Turf Event [article]
Derby Trainers' Forecast: Last Minute Observations of Conditioners of the Derby Candidates. [article]
Here and There on the Turf: Derby Still Most Popular Race; Good Filly Would Rate Highly; Woman Trainer Increases Interest; Kentucky's Bid Smaller Than Ever [article]
Final Works Of Contestants: Pompoon, War Admiral and Bernard F. Sent Short Distances--Mars Entry Goes Three-Quarters. [article]
Trio Of Derby Winners: Kurtsinger, Saunders and Hanford Only Successful Jockeys in Race Still Riding. [article]
Omaha's Unique Distinction: Only Derby Winner Still in Training--Preparing for Another English Campaign. [article]
Instructions To Jockeys: Earl Sande Tells Just What Riders Do in Kentucky Derby--Must Rely on Self. [article]
Roughest Derby On Record: Sixty-Second Running in 1936 Replete With Unusual Incidents and Much Rough Riding. [article]