Sport: Horses & Courses

Would William Woodward's Granville, favorite at 2-to-1, have speed and courage enough to repeat the victories of his sire, Gallant Fox, and Omaha, by the same sire? Or would bad racing luck—his jockey was thrown at the start of the Kentucky Derby; Bold Venture beat him by a nose in the Preakness—cost him this race too? Ten horses, bunched in a feathery cloud of dust, swung into the last turn, and Jockey Jimmy Stout on Granville made his bid. Granville caught the leader, John Hay Whitney's Mr. Bones. Then down the stretch, while...

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