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Three to Go for Nijinsky

The best horse in the world will run his last race this November. The occasion will be the Washington, D.C.,

The Scientist Can Take Rain

It rained yesterday at Rockingham Park. Should the track be muddy or sloppy for tomorrow's festivities, a decided edge will

Horse of the Year

Arts And Letters won the one hundredth running of the Travers Stakes by himself. He beat Claibvorne Farm's Dike, the

The Wellesley Kid

There is a certain high rolling friend of mine who has devoted himself to handicapping the New York horses. I

A Most Artful Dodger

Arts And Letters waltzed down the stretch the other Saturday to win the Jim Dandy Stakes by 10 lengths. It

Alas and Alack: There Will Be No Fall Meeting At Suffolk

It's a Bad Day at Black Rock. Bill Veeck, baseball and horse racing impresario, has lost the first round of

Speed Kills at the Track

Class is a very hard quantity to define. Does Frank Sinatra have class? The Crown Prince of England? Does a

It's Post Time Again

Last Saturday the Scientist witnessed a training feat of amazing proportions, Jack Van Berg, conditioning a string of horses--Marion Van

They're Off at the Rock

Excitement is rather thin this year in the horse racing world. There are no handicap stars to speak of since