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October 18, 1976 | Douglas S. Looney
UNHERALDED JADE PRINCE CAME DOWN FROM CANADA AND UNCORKED A RECORD MILE AT LEXINGTON. THE SEASON HAS BEEN THAT WAY, BUT NO ONE KNOWS WHY
October 04, 1976 | Douglas S. Looney
IN AND OUT OF THE SULKY, CANNY STANLEY SHOWED HIS CLASS AND PROVED THE BETTORS RIGHT BY DRIVING KEYSTONE ORE TO VICTORY IN THE LITTLE BROWN JUG
September 13, 1976 | Douglas S. Looney
Billy Haughton wanted to scratch Steve Lobell from the fourth heat of The Hambletonian, and he was both wrong and right: the colt took the trotting classic and $131,762 in 90° weather but, as Billy feared, collapsed...
August 23, 1976 | Barry McDermott
Fighting off aches and pains from a spill in an earlier race, Joe O'Brien did things his own way as he drove Armbro Ranger to victory over the favored Stanley Dancer and Keystone Ore in the prestigious $124,141 Adios...
July 12, 1976
CHECKING CHARLIESir:They used to say "you can't tell the players without a scorecard." Now you need a sales receipt and a canceled check. Baseball's latest deal (Bowie Stops Charlie's Checks, June 28) has proved once...