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July 24, 1989 | David Levine
Mindful of the drawing power of a good slogan, the people behind the National Museum of Racing and Hall of Fame in Saratoga Springs, N.Y., call their recently renovated shrine to the racehorse "the best two-dollar...
June 09, 1975
TWO FOR THE BELMONT—Derby winner Foolish Pleasure and Master Derby, who won the Preakness, plus a field of the year's best 3-year-olds, race over a demanding mile and a half. Whitney Tower reports the showdown.
June 10, 1974
Believe it or not, the renewal of the Belmont could produce the horse of the year in a year without a Secretariat. Whitney Tower reports on the most significant race of 1974.
May 20, 1974
Second Salvo for Cannonade is the Preakness, in which some new colts will be gunning for the winner of the Kentucky Derby. Whitney Tower describes the big blast at Pimlico.
March 04, 1974 | John A. Meyers
Late winter is a time of spiritual rejuvenation for the thoroughbred racing fan. Whether he is heading for the $2 window at Santa Anita or wading through the slush to an OTB office in New York City, a bounce returns...