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November 23, 1970 | Whitney Tower
When a couple of U.S. tracks featured international races—one old, one new—horses from the host country won both. The real winners, however, may be long-neglected devotees of the steeplechase
September 02, 1968 | Whitney Tower
His own inside position and Ycaza's ride on Top Knight beat Reviewer
September 18, 1967
ARCHERY—World Champion RAY ROGERS of Muskogee, Okla., shooting in winds up to 35 mph, led the U.S. to the Ambassadors' Cup team trophy at the North American championships in Winnipeg, Man., with world-record rounds...
September 18, 1967 | Whitney Tower
After some false starts it looks as if the three big horses—Buckpasser, Dr. Fager and Damascus—will meet in the Woodward. With the 2-year-olds also shaping up, the tail end of the season should be the best
June 26, 1967 | Whitney Tower
Anyone who believes, as I do, that Buckpasser may be the best American-bred horse of the last 30 years will share the general disappointment over his loss to stablemate Poker and to Assagai in Saturday's Bowling...