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NATCHEZ BREAKS RECORD TO WIN IN $20,000 RACE
Alexis Throws Jockey but Leads Victor Under Wire
Chicago Daily Tribune (1923-1963) - Chicago, Ill.
Date: Apr 20, 1947
Start Page: A4
Pages: 1
Section: Part 2
Abstract (Document Summary)

With the riderless Alexis leading the way under the wire, Mrs. Walter M. Jeffords' Natchez sped to a new track record today in capturing the first running of the $20,000 added Edward Burke handicap before a record breaking crowd of 23,500 at Havre de Grace.

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