Sport: Full of Run

For the past four months, two horses have stood out among the three-year-olds of 1950. Many horsemen insist that the Kentucky Derby and Belmont winner, Middleground, rates the edge. But Christopher Chenery's strapping Preakness winner, Hill Prince, probably has as many admirers.*

Last week, at Chicago's Washington Park for the 40th running of the American Derby, Hill Prince made another bid for the title. Although Middleground was not among the nine horses which went to the barrier, the field was a strong one, including William Goetz's flashy, California-bred Your Host and Calumet Farm's...

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