Tower, Whitney
March 1973
Sports Illustrated;03/26/1973, Vol. 38 Issue 12, p25
The article reports on the victory of Linda's Chief in the San Felipe Handicap horse race in California held in March 1973 Other winners are Ancient Title on second place, Out of the East third, Sham fourth and Groshawk on fifth place. During the course of the race, Ancient Title took the lead first over Linda's Chief while Groshawk and Sham were held back. Laffit Pincay made an effort to overrun Sham but the latter moved well.


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