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July 18, 1966
BOATING—HUNTRESS, a 41-foot yawl owned and skippered by Morton H. Engel of Mamaroneck, N.Y., took first-place honors in the 620-mile Bermuda-to-Virginia Cape race with a corrected time of 95 hours, 24 minutes, 10...
June 26, 1961
For the rider of jumping horses, every fence, every class and every show presents its special challenge. But the greatest of tests is Aachen in Germany, the scene this week of the Silver Jubilee in international...
July 25, 1960 | Alice Higgins
With the poise of a princess and the daring of a dragoon, California's Trish Galvin has swept into the royal enclosure of riding's classic dressage
July 20, 1959
Jessica Newberry, 20, pretty Croton-on-Hudson, N.Y. equestrienne, invited by Germany's Olympic Medalist Liselott Linsenhoff to train with her, upset hostess in S test, took second in Grand Prix at Aachen.