Minor, Audax
August 1960
New Yorker;8/20/1960, Vol. 36 Issue 27, p84
The article reports on developments regarding horse racing in the United States. Cain Hoy Stable's Make Sail won at the Alabama Stakes at Saratoga last weekend. Shuette won against Little Tumbler and seven other two-year-old fillies in the Schuylerville Stakes. Tompion won the Bernard Baruch Stakes by a neck from Don Rickles.


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