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Horse Racing Admission Passes Over 100 Years Old (17)

Horse Racing Admission Passes Over 100 Years Old (17)

1) Morris Park (New York Jockey Club), 1890 Spring meeting, lady’s ticket 2) Washington Park (three) a) 1902 member badge # 1000 with string attached, b) 1904 American Derby day with string attached, c) 6/2/1904 grandstand ticket, box 5, row G, seat 1492 for the American Derby won by Oighball 3) Chicago Racing Association (Hawthorne) badge for the 1892 summer meeting 4) South Carolina Jockey Club quarter stretch and grandstand ticket for the second day of 1876 meet 5) New Jersey Jockey Club (NJJC) badge. With string attached, for 1893 fall meeting. The club was owned by the Dwyer Brothers in addition to their Gravesend track. All seven items above are extremely rare, in great condition, and in vibrant colors. Additionally, there are nine entrance tickets well over a century old from racetracks lesser known today: however, they were horse racing venues that witnessed important contests, They are listed below and all are excellent plus to near mint. 6) St. Louis Agricultural & Mechanical Association (two) both with strings attached. 7) Cincinnati jockey Club (two) trainer badges with strings attached 8) Memphis Jockey Club (three) grandstand tickets for separate years. 9). Waldo Park Racing Association jockey badge. 10.) California Jockey Club (two) owner pass No. 25 & grandstand admission.

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