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With 19 2-year-olds running for $319,210, The Garden State was history's richest race. For Calumet it was BARBIZON'S DAY
November 05, 1956 | Whitney Tower
There is a special excitement and tension in a race where the stakes are high. Nowhere in the long history of racing have the stakes been higher than they were at Garden State last Saturday when a subway jam of...
November 05, 1956
THE OLD HEAVE HOOpen-mouthed with strain, U. S. Olympian Harold Connolly spins around in a split instant before he whirls the 16-pound hammer 224 feet 8¼ inches, 13 feet 7¾ inches more than the accepted record—one of...
December 10, 1956 | Whitney Tower
March 04, 1957 | Whitney Tower
The 3-year-olds gallop forth in this week's Flamingo Stakes at Hialeah, and the winner's cup might end up in the hands of ageless Sunny Jim Fitzsimmons or calculating Jimmy Jones
June 24, 1957