The Old Stand

Minor, Audax
August 1974
New Yorker;8/12/1974, Vol. 50 Issue 25, p83
The article focuses on developments in horse racing in New York as of August 1974. The opening of a horse racing event at the Grand Old Lady of Union Avenue race track, started with the Schulerville Stakes for two-year-old fillies, participated in by Our Dancing Girl and Laughing Bridge race horses. While the Monmouth Invitational Handicap, reported a victory by Little Current, followed by Riva Ridge.


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