The Daily Racing Form began publishing as a 4-page newspaper in 1894 in Chicago. Originally, the Form reported the results or "form charts" of horse racing at major tracks in the United States, Cuba, and Mexico. In 1971, the Daily Racing Form absorbed the entertainment broadsheet, The Morning Telegraph, to become the Eastern Edition of the Daily Racing Form. The Western Edition emerged in 1984. Today, the DRF publishes over 2,000 pages of editorial and statistical content 364 days a year.

Starting as a simple 4-page paper in 1894, the Daily Racing Form has grown to publish over 2,000 pages every day. READ MORE

The Keeneland Library has a nearly complete collection of the Daily Racing Form. At over 3,000 volumes, it is the largest collection of the DRF known. READ MORE

The University of Kentucky has partnered with Keeneland to preserve, protect, and provide access to historic issues of the Daily Racing Form. READ MORE

To continue expanding the DRF online archive, we need your help. Gifts of any amount are greatly appreciated. READ MORE

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