Race Held

Some articles on race, held, race held:

Indianapolis 500 Traditions - Month of May - Memorial Day
... The race has always been scheduled in conjunction with Memorial Day ... Through 1970, the race was held on Memorial Day proper (May 30), regardless of the day of the week, unless it fell on Sunday ... the Uniform Monday Holiday Act took effect in 1971, the race was scheduled for Memorial Day weekend instead ...
Sports In New Orleans, Louisiana - Running
... Crescent City Classic -- The Crescent City Classic is a 10k race held every April ... Fall Classic -- The Crescent City Classic is a 5k race held every November ... Run -- The Crescent Connection Bridge Run is a 4-mile race held in June ...
1976 United States Grand Prix West
... The 1976 United States Grand Prix West was a Formula One motor race held on March 28, 1976 in Long Beach, California ... The race was the third round of the 1976 Formula One season and the first new race to be added to the calendar since the Brazilian and Swedish Grand Prix were added in 1973 ... It was the second Formula One race held in California, the first being the 1960 United States Grand Prix at Riverside, only 50 miles away ...
All Along Stakes
... The All Along Stakes is an American Thoroughbred horse race run annually at Colonial Downs in New Kent County, Virginia ... The race currently offers a purse of $200,000 ... The race is named for the great French racing mare, All Along ...
California Breeders' Champion Stakes - Earlier Winners
... Drive 1982 - Prince Spellbound 1981 - No race held 1980 - Johnlee n' Harold 1979 - Jaklin Klugman 1978 - Flying Paster 1977 - Misrepresentation 1976 - Current Concept 1975 - Stained Glass 1974 - Mr Paul 1973 ...

Famous quotes containing the words held and/or race:

    A city on whom plenty held full hand,
    For riches strewed herself even in her streets;
    Whose towers bore heads so high they kissed the clouds,
    And strangers ne’er beheld but wondered at.
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)

    The true worth of a race must be measured by the character of its womanhood.
    Mary Mcleod Bethune (1875–1955)