Favorites Lose at Latonia: Harting the Only One to Make Good for Bookmakers, Daily Racing Form, 1907-10-22


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FAVORITES LOSE ATLATONIA HARTING THE ONLY ONE TO MAKE GOOD FOR BOOKMAKERS. Accident in the Last Race Mars the Sport-Racing of Ordinary Quality C. Koerner the Star of the Jockeys. 4 Cincinnati, 0., October 21. Scratches reduced what otherwise would have been large fields in some of the races. Five choices were downed. The only pronounced favorite to win was MeChord inthe fourth. His victory was attended ty. a run-up. Owners McCullough, Hughes and Carroll took turns in bidding him up 00 over an entered pripe of .00. He was bid in. Harting, again showing his true form, took the mile handicap after leading all the way, Prince Ahmed and The Clansman being second and third almost tliroughour. An accident that for a time, threatened to be attended with serious results came in the closing race, when Stroud, fidden by T. Taylor.s broke down while running in a forward position. Bitter Brown, on which V. Powers had the mount, was unable to avoid the wabbling horse, ran into and threw him and went down himself from the impact. Taylor was picked tip unconscious and apparently lifeless, but after a long delay came to and beyond a shaking up he was none the worse for his tumble. Powers was not injured. Stroud, it is feared, sustained a fractured leg, and will probably he destroyed. Belle Scott, winner of the race, was bid up 00 over her entered price of 00 by W. Walker and bid in. Ws n. Fizcr amVirs connections attempted a betting coup In the first race. The medium today was the maiden youngster, E. T. Shipp; He was backed, from 0 to 1 to 12 to 5 at post time and in some cases the bookmakers refused to take any more money about his chances. Running greenly, he was subjected : to much interference throughout, and ran far below the showing he was expected to make. Joe Mosers defeat by Albert Star was unexpected. The former was at odds-on, showed a high order of speed for a half, but tired almost to a walk in the stretch. R. C. Brien said today that he had disposed of all interests in horses, including Kercheval, and in future would devote his time to business in which he is engaged in Nashville with his sons. G. J. Long, who was among the spectators, said that he had sold recently to F. R. Hitchcock the filly Algelone, which will be put to jumping and shipped to England. Algelone is one of ithe biggest racers in training. L. A. Cellas horses are due here from the east tomorrow. Henry McDaniel has severed his connections witli the stable and In future E. Stubbs willhave charge of the horses. Parkview and Una, recently purchased by W. O. Joplin for A. F. Mathews, arrived from New York. J. W. Hall will ship Lexoline, Goldproof and six others next week to New Orleans. C. T. Paittcrson will ship this week to New Orleans Carcw, Telegrapher, Tackle and a two-year-old. John Marklein will send ten horses at the close of this meeting to New Orleans. There were many arrivals today from Windsor. Several carloads of horses are due to arrive from there tonight.

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