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1955-1979 Horse Racing Program Lot of (8) with Kentucky Derby Including (2) Signed by Eddie Arcaro

Item Number 51207

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Make a "Run for the Roses" and more, with this 1955-1979 horse racing program lot of (8). Recalling big time races and famous thoroughbreds, this vintage group is a sure bet for both content and attractive condition quality. Throw in a couple of Eddie Arcaro autographs, and this one ends up in the winner's circle.


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5/7/55 Churchill Downs Kentucky Derby program (VG) signed ("8") by Eddie Arcaro over the line for his Kentucky Derby mount Nashua on the 7th Race page. Arcaro and Nashua finished second to winner Swaps, who is listed on the page opposite of Arcaro's autograph (no authentication for autograph due to time/costs restraints).


5/4/57 Churchill Downs Kentucky Derby program (VG-EX+) signed ("8") by Eddie Arcaro over the line for his Kentucky Derby mount Bold Ruler on the 7th Race page. Arcaro and Bold Ruler finished fourth to winner Iron Liege, who is listed on the page opposite of Arcaro's autograph (no authentication for autograph due to time/costs restraints).



8/4/73 Saratoga program (VG+) with Secretariat in Race 7 of The Whitney Stakes. "Big Red" finished second to Onion.

 
5/7/77 Kentucky Derby program (NM) with winner Seattle Slew.


5/6/78 Churchill Downs Kentucky Derby program (NM+) with winner Affirmed and runner-up Alydar. Affirmed went on to first place finishes in the Preakness and Belmont, to win the "Triple Crown".


10/14/78 Belmont program (NM) with "Triple Crown" winners Seattle Slew and Affirmed facing off in the 8th Race, The Jockey Club Gold Cup. 


8/19/79 Saratoga program (NM) with Affirmed and Alydar just off of their competition in the "Triple Crown" races. 


5/5/79 Churchill Downs Kentucky Derby program (EX-MT+) with winner Spectacular Bid, who went on to win the Preakness, but came up short in the Belmont. 

 



 
 
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