Many Horsemen Leave Latonia: "Red" Walker and T. H. Ryan Go to Coast Joplin Ships to New Orleans, Daily Racing Form, 1907-11-05


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MANY HORSEMEN LEAVE LATONIA. "Red" Walker and T. H. Ryan Go to Coast Joplin Ships to New Orleans. Cincinnati, ., November 4. Lack of cars to transport the stock will keep the majority of horsemen southward bound at Latonia for several days longer. The contingent aiming to race at Oakland, which meeting begins next Saturday, are now fully on their way. The late ones to leave for that point were "Red" Walker and T. II. Ryan. Barney Schreilers string, in charge of John Powers, left for California yesterday via St. Louis, where additions will be made. R. L. Thomas horses will go to Lexington, where, after a short sojourn, they will be shipped to the new racing plant now under construction at Los Angeles. Jockey Shilling will, after a brief visit to his homo in Texas, rejoin the Thomas stable on the coast. In his contract it is stipulated that he must not ride on any track in New Orleans. The death of Shillings brother In a race at the Fair Grounds is responsible for Shillings mother insisting on the clause being in-perted in the contract. W. O. Jopllns horses and those owned by A. F. Mntliews in his charge, were shipped today to x New Orleans. Jockey C. Koerner, who seems to have regained his best riding form, will spend several weeks with his younger brother, T. Koerner, at his mothers home iu Louisville- before rejoining the stable. Those V? th; bookniuklug brigade that will tempt i 11 t ! i v s f 1 fortune in California this winter, leave tonight for the coast via Chicago. In the list are Charles Bowman, who is reported the biggest loser at the meeting, Lee Campbell and Howard Moore. Fred Cook and his retinue of clerks will spend the time intervening prior to the opening of the New Orleans tracks at his farm in Illinois. "I will positively be in New Orleans and start the horses for the first week of the City Park meeting," said Jake Iloltman before leaving for Zanes-vllle, Ohio, "If the Arcadia track, near Los Angeles, is not completed before December 1." Seymour Beutler, for which Barney Sehreiber re-fused 2,000 during the last Kenilworth meeting, lias been traded to Herman Brandt for Preen and a money consideration.

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