Minor, Audax
March 1960
New Yorker;3/12/1960, Vol. 36 Issue 4, p150
The article highlights developments in horse racing in the U.S. Tompion won the Santa Anita Derby in California. He ran the mile and furlong in 1:47 4/5, which is fast on any track. Hialeah finished its most successful meeting ever with the running of the Black Helen Handicap, in which Royal Native galloped in lengths ahead of Happy Princess, Woodlawn and six others of her sex. Racing in Miami, Florida has shifted to Gulfstream Park, where Sword Dancer won in the event.


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