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May 23, 1977 | Frank Deford
While the sun shone bright on my old Kentucky home, Bill Hartack, the rider with the finest record in the Derby, had a single sorry mount at a Hong Kong track
March 22, 1971 | Edited by Martin Kane
•Fred Taylor, Ohio State basketball coach, on players whose rebellious actions have led to a number of coaching resignations: "You could put the brains of three of those guys in a hummingbird and it would still fly...
April 27, 1970 | Whitney Tower
The 96th Kentucky Derby shapes up as one of the most frenzied ever, as a huge field of equally matched and far from distinguished colts gets set to stampede for the roses
June 16, 1969 | Whitney Tower
Narrowly beaten by Majestic Prince in the Derby and Preakness (below), Arts and Letters had the last word in the Belmont. Turning home, his jockey looked back confidently, then went on to win by more than five lengths.
June 09, 1969 | Whitney Tower
From any point of view—that of ordinary fans caught up in the promise of a Triple Crown or the attitude of traditionalists who will not consider a horse a champion until he wins at the classic distance of a mile and...