|Author:||Daily Racing Form.|
|Title:||Daily Racing Form: n. Thursday, October 20, 1938 (edition 1)|
|Publication Info:||Chicago, IL: Triangle Publications, Inc.,
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Daily Racing Form: n. Thursday, October 20, 1938
Daily Racing Form.
Chicago, IL: Triangle Publications, Inc., 1938
Davison Silks First: Sanctity Gallops Home Winner of Featured Monee Purse.; Maleman, Public's Choice, Finishes Well Back of Leaders at Cicero--Jay D. Wins Opener. [article]
Finish Preparations: Shreveport Buildings and Grounds Ready for Saturday's Inaugural.; Bernard Weiss Confident Race Fans in Northern Louisiana Will Approve Numerous Changes. [article]
Showers At Keeneland: Burgoo Miss Speeds to Victory at Odds-On in Third Race.; Volitation First Victim of Disqualification--Set Back and Purse Awarded to Doc Jock. [article]
Time Alone Qualifies For New England Futurity: Runs Six Furlongs in 1:10 3-5 to Easy Victory in Pawtucket Handicap; Secondary Attraction, East Providence Purse, Also Provides Great Speed Display, Pharsalia Winning in 1:10 2/5 [article]
Ranking College Elevens: Nineteen Teams Still Unbeaten and Untied After Saturday's Upheaval.; Notre Dame and Carnegie Tech Only Two of Above Group to Meet Saturday--Pittsburgh Rated No. 1. [article]
Here and There on the Turf: Match Stars Named Elsewhere; Made Sure of Engagements; Owners Have Tax Problem; Maryland Sale Excites Interest [article]
Hitchcock Colors One-Two: Annibal and Rioter Triumph With Them in Chevy Chase Steeplechase.; Wednesday's Feature at Laurel Produces a Thrilling and Exciting Battle Through the Field. [article]
Rain Visits River Downs: Showers in Cincinnati in Morning and Later at Track Hurt Attendance.; My Colin Upsets Calculations in Capturing Middletown Journal Purse From Dulcimer. [article]
T. M. Dorsett At Odds-On: Proves Decidedly Superior to Rivals in Featured Castle Hill Purse.; Romps Away From Opponents to Beat John's Heir by Three Lengths, With Our Mat in Third Place. [article]