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JOHN L. INGLIS WINS LAT0NIA FEATURE. Major T. J. Carson Stumbles and Jockey Aubuchon Gets a Fall Racing Gossip. Cincinnati, O., July 12. The running of the handicap at Latonia today developed a surprise. It was won by tlie lightly weighted John Jj. Inglis. The colt broke in his stride, had early speed to spare, opened a gap of three lengths along tlie back-stretch and increased this advantage with every stride, winning as his rider pleased by a half a dczen lengths In the fast time of 1:26$ for the seven furlongs. There was a bad looking accident at the start. Major T. J. Carson, which had tlie rail, stumbled just as the barrier went up and threw jockey Aubuchon. The boy got out of It without injury. , While the card looked promising, it was a disastrous day for speculators. Tlie only favorite to score was Heine in the opening race. This colt Is owned by C. Straus and quite a delegation of Lexington race-goers were on hand to back him. Mose Goldblatts ten horses arrived from Windsor in good condition this morning. Jockey J. Mclntyre, who has been riding on the Caadian circuit for C. Gill, arrived here today and will be a decided acquisition to the local riding talent. Gill has been racing Platoon and a few other good horses at Buffalo and his string is expected in a day or two. Tommy Knight, tlie former jockey, was painfully injured this morning while schooling Belles Commoner over the steeplechase course. S. Louis has sent his entire string to Louisville to rest up. Pat Dunne has purchased Friction. Frank Bruhns is reported to be in a serious condition. He is in a local hospital. John Walters was at Latonia today on his way to Louisville to take up some of George Hendrlcs horses that have been resting there. He bid up Mamie Algol, which won the last race, 00 over her entered price of 00, but she was retained. S. Allen, who rode McCutchen, was indefinitely suspended for Incompetency.