Sport: 15 to I

With the exception of Whirlaway, who is still lounging at California's blacked-out Santa Anita, nearly every glamor horse in the U.S. was entered in Florida's Widener Handicap, richest race of the winter season.

From California came Charles S. (Seabiscuit) Howard's Mioland and William L. Brann's Challedon, who between them have copped over $500,000 of the turf's purses. There was Market Wise, the rags-to-riches son of Broker's Tip, who has put fabulous profits into his owner's pocket. There was Attention, a worthy son of the late, great Equipoise; and young Alsab, who had won...

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