September 20, 2017

The other Prioress’s Tale

September 3, 2017 0

by TERESA GENARO “My lady prioress, and by your leave, So that I knew I should in no way grieve, I would opine that tell a tale you should, The one that follows next if […]

The Barbarous Battalion in the Alabama

August 19, 2017 0

by TERESA GENARO Not much remains in the easily available historical record on 19th century Thoroughbred owner and breeder Francis Morris. The New York Times seems not to have published his obituary, and the guy […]

The Dwyer Brothers

July 7, 2017 0

by Teresa Genaro For thirty years and more there was hardly a great race run in which one of their horses did not figure conspicuously. They were a city-bred pair, but they possessed an instinctive […]

Imp and the Suburban

July 7, 2017 0

by Teresa Genaro By the eve of the last century, the Suburban Handicap had already been run 15 times, a fixture at the old Sheepshead Bay track in Brooklyn, already established, according to The New […]

Busher Took On All Ages All Over Country

February 23, 2017 2

by TERESA GENARO It should be clear by this time … that Busher has as good a chance to take the best three-year-old colts as Gallorette. “The Deadly Demoiselles” by Tasker Ogle, Turf and Sport […]

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