Narragansett Park

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Narragansett Race Track - Salad Days
... Despite being in the midst of the Great Depression, Narragansett Park soon became somewhat of a “High Society” track with it being just 35 miles from Newport ... the nation's top outfits kept a string of horses on the shed row of Narragansett and this area of the backstretch was soon referred to as "Millionaire's Row" ... years, with record crowds and betting handle, Narragansett Park opened for an abbreviated 19 day spring meet in May 1937 ...
Narragansett Race Track - The Biscuit
... ready to make a final appearance at Narragansett ... "The Biscuit" performed at Narragansett Park for two different owners and in two distinct forms ... It occurred at Narragansett Park ...

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