Heads or Tails

Minor, Audax
May 1961
New Yorker;5/6/1961, Vol. 37 Issue 12, p129
The article presents an update on horse racing in the U.S. as of May 1961. The eighty-seventh run of the Kentucky Derby will be held in Louisville. It highlights the three winning streaks of a race horse named Mail Order in Aqueduct, California. Among the race horses in the 68th Toboggan Handicap in Aqueduct were Chief of Chiefs, Sweet William and Tagalog.


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