Sport: Bronx Horsewoman

Most Manhattan papers brushed off last week's awarding of the American Horse Shows Association's annual medal to Lois Lisanti as horsewoman of the year. But caustic Dan Parker, Daily Mirror sport columnist, whose pet targets are boxers, wrestlers and race-trackers, found it worth 1,200 words. Wrote Columnist Parker:

"Miss Lisanti should have won the medal last year . . . [She] had the highest point total . . . [but] the stuffed shirts in the Horse Show Association found themselves confronted with an unthinkable situation. . . . The idea of a girl...

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