Great Horse Racing Mysteries: True Tales from the Track

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Eclipse Press, 2004 - Sports & Recreation - 264 pages
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Examines several unsolved mysteries of the racing world-- murder...suicide...arson...fraud....Definitely some of horse racing's strangest, most fascinating tales.
 

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Contents

Introduction
8
Strange Undercurrents
40
Red McDaniels Sudden Leap
60
Scandalous Image
98
Hot at Hawthorne
127
Shergar Into Thin Air
148
What Joost Knew
169
Calamity at Calumet
186
Ron Hansen The Joker
207
Holy Bull Undone in the Derby
227
Bluegrass Conspiracies?
241
References
257
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McEvoy is a former newspaper reporter and college english professor. He served as Midwest editor and senior writer for Daily Racing Form.

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