International horse racing at Laurel in Maryland. Huge crowd gathered to watch the race. Men eat food in the grandstand area. Entrants from seven nations participate in The International race for prize money of $100, 000. Front runner Tudor Era of the United States and Sailor's Guide of Australia run on the turf track. Sailor's Guide of Australia reaches the winning post first and wins the race.
The 10th Annual Washington International horse race, at Laurel Race Course in Maryland, begins with a shot from starter's gun. . Horses gallop fast on the race course. Nearly 31,000 people gather to watch the race. Two horses run close towards finish. Kelso with Eddie Arcaro up finishes second. The Venezuelan horse finishes third, prior to the Russian horse. The race is won by T.V. Lark in a record period of 2.26.50 minutes. The prize for winner is 70 thousand dollars.
War Admiral wins Washington Handicap horse race in Laurel, Maryland. War Admiral with his jockey Charles Kurtsinger on the racing track. Spectators seated in stands. The race starts. Spectators in the stand watch the race and cheer. War Admiral wins the race.
The American flag flutters, along with several foreign national flags, at the Laurel Park race course in Maryland. Horses run along the track. Highlights of the Washington DC International Stakes. 1960 winner, Bald Eagle, was the only repeat winner of the race, and was Champion Handicap Horse that year.
Kelso is named the 'Horse of the Year'. Competes in the Washington DC International at Laurel Park in Maryland. Kelso in its stable. Kelso runs in the D.C. International while spectators watch from the stands. A man feeds Kelso.
Baltimore hosts the Major League Baseball All-Star Game for the first time in 1958. 48,000 fans, most in white shirts, crowd Memorial Stadium for the game. Managers Fred Haney of the National League and Casey Stengel of the American League pose for cameras. With game tied 3-3 in the sixth inning, American League gets two men on base after National League mishandles infield roller by Ted Williams. Yankee Gil McDougald (seen in closeup) hits a bloop single to score Frank Malzone and put American League ahead 4-3, which would be the final score. Baltimore fans cheer Oriole pitcher Billy O'Dell, who pitched a scoreless final three innings to earn a save. Del Crandall of Milwaukee Braves pops up for the final out.