Sport: Boot to Boot

Bunching at the turn, widening along the fence, looping down past the grandstand they came, entries in last week's revival (in Chicago) of the American Derby, one-time "classic." A florid gentleman in a Panama looked benignly at the scene. He was Colonel E. R. Bradley of Lexington, Ky., owner of a brown horse named Boot to Boot, whose jockey, working his legs like a frog, drew under the wire, a winner by two lengths. The race put $89,000 in Colonel Bradley's pocket, was the fifth derby his stable has taken this year. He won...

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