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Horse Racing in Sacramento: A Brief History [1 of 500]
Whitehead, Barry

Horse Racing in Sacramento: A Brief History [1 of 500]

Whitehead, Barry. Horse Racing in Sacramento: A Brief History. Stanford University Libraries 1994. 18p, several ills. Introd. by Marjorie Kimball. Very good paperbound. One of 500 copies. ** Published as a keepsake for the exhibition "Of Horses and Horsemanship," this previously unpublished article looks at 19th-century flat and harness racing in Sacramento. Whitehead was a well-known California turf writer and official. Can be sent outside the U.S. for less than the default shipping rate. (Item ID: 8600)


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