untitled, Daily Racing Form, 1936-05-25


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! COLIN., j J The only unbeaten horse among the J leading American money winners is ! Colin. A brown horse by Commando j I Pastorella, Colin was bred and owned I by the late James R. Keene, in whose I 1 silks he won all of the fifteen races in I j which he started, scoring twelve times i j as a two-year-old and three times at j j three. Among his most notable tri- j I umphs were the Futurity, Great Trial, Saratoga Special, Withers, Belmont and I J Tidal Stakes. He was shipped to Eng- land, and after beating one of the fast- I est sprinters in a training trial failed to j start abroad and was retired to the ! j stud. J The complete record of Colin, and of such other noted horses as Man o War, I Exterminator, Sun Beau, Equipoise and I Gallant Fox will be found in the 1936 I J edition of the American Racing Man- j ual, the "Wonder Book of the Turf." 1 It is entirely new, larger, more compre- I hensive than ever before, with a num- J ber of new features that greatly en- I hance its value. Naturally the demand for the 1936 j edition has been insistent and of large J 1 volume. As this edition is limited, it j behooves all who desire a copy to rush j j an order immediately. The price re- ! I mains the same. TAPER, .50 SPECIAL, .00 DE LUXE, .50 j For your convenience, the following I order blank is here provided: Please Specify Kind of Binding Desired J DAILY RACING FORM, 441 Plymouth Ct, Chicago, 111. J Name j Street and No Post Office and State. t Please Print Name and Address Plainly I 1 .

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