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HIDDEN GOLDSir:My compliments to Curry Kirkpatrick for introducing the Denver Nuggets to us (They Run and They Gun—and They're a Mile High, March 29). It's hard to believe that in this day and age a major sports...
August 24, 1970 | Whitney Tower
With the slump on Wall Street, some speculators are gambling in thoroughbred bloodstock, figuring that racehorses can be profitable
March 21, 1966 | Jack Tobin
After nearly 40 years as a jockey, during which he won a record 6,032 races, the grandfather retired from competition. But not before he gave the fans at Santa Anita a last ride that defeated the Hollywood scripts
September 20, 1965 | Pat Ryan
At 59, John Longden is old for a jockey—but you would never have known it to see him on his 6,000th winner
March 02, 1959
With a tall silk hat added to his four feet 11 inches of height, Willie Shoemaker danced, sang and all but stopped the show at the Jockey Guild Ball in Los Angeles. Singing a parody of Tom Dooley, Shoemaker begged...