Showing 1 - 10 of 352 Stories for Whitney Tower
THE BIG SPILL
The hazards of horse racing regularly produce high drama, and last Saturday they nearly reduced to a crashing shambles one of the important tests for the ...
BEATING THE RACES
More than $7 billion—5 of them off the track—are bet on horses in the ever-new, ever-baffling search: beating the races.
SUBJECT: TONY TRABERT
I think," said Tony Trabert, the Wimbledon champion who this week as the country's top amateur will lead the U.S. team in the defense of the Davis Cup, "the ...
TWO DERBY TESTS
The disqualification in the Wood Memorial and an outsider in the Chesapeake provided surprises in TWO DERBY TESTS.
The cold Warfare
New Yorkers braved snow and sleet for a new look at the probable 1960 Derby favorite
SHADES OF SILKY!
Coming from nowhere in a style reminiscent of Silky Sullivan, the Flamingo and Santa Anita Derby winners notably enliven the 3-year-old scene. Now Churchill ...
It's Bally Ache!
The strangely named colt is the East's top Derby hope after winning the Flamingo
WHAT A PLEASURE!
Deftly threading his way through a jumbled, bumping field, Foolish Pleasure raced home first in the Kentucky Derby, pleasing the public that ...