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M UDDERS IN FRONT AT LATONIA. Three by Maceo Take Purses Lady Goodrich Wins at Long Price. Cincinnati, O., October 20. Threatening weather and a heavy track was not conducive to good sport, and the attendance was confined to regulars. The handicap at a mile and a furlong, and the race following at six furlongs, in which some good youngsters met, were the principal offerings. The lirst named was taken by Colonel Jack easily, after he had raced Bottles into subjection. The struggle for the place between Kdwin Gum and Redgauntlet was interesting, Kdwin Gum getting that position. Itedgauntlet was accorded some confident backing, and showed improvement, but was not good enough today. K. T. Shipp, the favorite, took the youngsters race. He led all the way and won well in hand from Severtis, which. P. Dunne recently purchased. Joe McCarthy, the strongly backed second choice, , would hare been closer up at the finish but for being : sharply cut off when he attempted to get through i an impossible opening at the first turn. Lenora G.. , at a long price, and ridden by the recently reinstated I Dearborn, cantered away from a field of thirteen i other maiden fillies in the opener. Dapple Gold niaunged to secure a purse, the first t since Iecoming the property of J. C. Fcrriss, Jr. He j wals vtlic avorita and had to stand a hard drive in i- -flie lastfurlong to down Martins. Little Lighter, , 3 ,! CI 1 i a i al all tl the . St al at v w Is la in i. o 11 a n t s v f t r 1 t; t j s ; t j 1 t showing unexpected improvement, wore down the Mr choice in the third and won with consummate ease. Di: Posing had speed galore and spreadeagled her op- Al Al ponents in the sixth, and in the closing number, the talent and sharpshooters were given a jolt when siv Charlatan was decisively beaten out by the CO to wsi was Lady Goodrich. William Phillips, trainer for Fred Cooks stable, ws was arrived today from New York. lie reports that tei the horses that wrre in his charge in Xew York wi with past season, will be sent to Xasliville to be ,an rested up. Fred Cook received word today that during a sp storm, lightning had struck a band of broodmares ra bis farm and killed live. Girdle and Gravina Xs were among those killed. It was found necessary today to destroy Stroud, all which sustained severe injuries when he fell in his P last start. ,ri T. II. Ryan will ship his -horses next week to Oak- an and land, CaU . fo for K. T. "hipp received a smart Cut on his near ui hind leg when Joe McCarthy attempted to pass him th the close quarters. Wi war Three of todays winners. Lenora G.. Posing and ai and Lady Goodrich, were sired by Maceo. A Louis A. Cella, while .at Latonia Monday, talked in in over some Xew Orleans matters with interested horsemen. He declared himself in favor of the I, eastern- system of betting, but thought it advis- sli she able for the stockholders of the two tracks at Xew Orleans to hold a meeting and decide what SI method should be in vogue there this winter and at that their decision should stand, lie declined to m one stand sponsor for the statement that Arthur Klrod 1! would be in charge of the betting ring. Being in the favor of the eastern system he thinks the race- track should have no direct connection with the 11 ri ring. M. Goldblatt has purchased Keep Moving from iU Thomas Hitchcock, Jr., and the Yankee La Polka In 1 lilly will be sent from Xew York to Xew Orleans to join the Goldblatt horses there. Goldblatt ex- " of poets-the winner of the Great Filly .Stakes to win some of the Jong distance races for liiiu this winter. W. J. Young will ship hisJiorsgs to Memphis 1 about the first of December if there is at that G time any prospects of racing at Hot SpringsNnexl spring. If the chances look dubious he will delay shipping the stable to Memphis for several weeks. Young says Montgomery Park is a great track for jl training purposes. 1!