Minor, Audax
May 1964
New Yorker;5/23/1964, Vol. 40 Issue 14, p153
The article presents the author's valuation on developments in the horse racing industry with specific reference to Northern Dancer, a Canadian-bred colt, whose been enjoying a winning streak in the U.S. Moreover, it presents a summation of all the other races that Northern Dancer has been running and won and mentions as well other horses that follow his trail by establishing a name of their own in the industry. It includes horses such as Hill Rise, Quadrangle, Queen Empress, and Big Pete.


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