Track Still Heavy at Latonia: Small Attendance the Result - Al Mullers Debut - Whisk Broom Runs Good Race, Daily Racing Form, 1907-10-31


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i j , 1 TRACK STILL HEAVY AT LATONIA. " Small Attendance the Result Al Mullers Debut Whisk Broom Runs Good Race. Cincinnati, O., October 30. Todays weather was a anything but propitious to good racing and the !l attendance suffered accordingly. The track was s still in bad shape and for the remainder of the r racing term in these parts, mud performers will bold sway. Todays card was a good one and would probably have attracted a large crowd under better J weather conditions. The principal race was the three-quarters of a mile handicap and was won by Avauntcer. well ridden by Koerner. Avaunteer was f backed into favoritism at post time, supplanting Colonel Bob. The latter ran a good race and finished second. The greatest number of starters for this meeting went to ihe post in the third. Al Muller made 1 his debul. and won like a good one after showing I high speed all the way. His connections, it Is a said, missed a splendid opportunity .to give the ring a scorching, considering Dr. Sinirall the probable winner. Bebcl Queens defeat by Whisk Broom and Linda 1 Lake was unexpected and cost the players a goodly ! r.uni in flic sixth. Kehel Queen did not possess her usual vim that characterized her recent previous attempts. Lady Martha, long overdue, landed tiie fifth in : a hard drive from Agnes Wood and Ansonia, bolh 1 long shots. Duleinea. at a long price, enabled I trainer "Bishop" Poole to saddle his first winner i in mouths when lie won the closing number in1 a 1 romp from Dainty Belle. .Major T. J. Carson, 1 backed extensively in the opening dash, barely failed 1 to get up in time to wear down Coon, the favorite. E. Martin was unseated from Tirhood when the 1 latter got caught in a jam soon after the start, 1 but escaped injury. He was fined .5 by the starter I for misbehavior at the post while astride Marvel P. Martin Doyle will campaign Orvieto in Xew Orleans, lie believes the colt a good possibility. Fay and Lattice will bo sold by auction next Friday. Milton Young was a visitor at the track. Speaking of racing and the State Commission, Colonel Young said: "We are satisfied with the situation in Kentucky. I think by now the people begin to understand that we are frying to do our best for the best interests of racing in Kentucky."

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