Programme issued by the Agua Caliente Jockey Club for the Handicap Day race meeting, held at Agua Caliente race track on Sunday, March 20th, 1932. This race was significant as the first, and only, race run and won by Phar Lap outside of Australia. This copy is handsigned by jockey Bill Elliot to his trainer Harry Telford, who had remained in Australia.

Physical Description

Program for the Agua Caliente Jockey CLub's winter race meeting held on Sunday, March, 1932. It consists of a number of long rectangular paper pages bound between two card covers and secured along the top by two metal staples. Printed on the cover is a silhouette of a horse and jockey racing, while along the bottom is a drawing of the grand stand at Agua Caliente racetrack. These images are surrounded by navy blue and red print. There is also an inscription hand written in black ink down the left side. On the back cover is some printed information detailng the introduction of the daily Double. Inside are details of the various races as well as advertising dotted throughout. There are also some hand written notes on the page which details the thirteenth race.

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