Latonia Gets Stars Too: Best Horses in Training in America Nominated for Milldale Stakes, Daily Racing Form, 1910-09-04


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LATONIA GETS STARS TOO BEST HORSES IN TRAINING IN AMERICA NOMINATED FOR MILLDALE STAKES. Hildreth and Other Leading: Eastern Stables Well Represented and Indications Point to Best Meeting in History of Course. Cincinnati. O.. September ."». — Horsemen have .teen extremely liberal with their nominations to the slakes offered this fall at Latonia and present Indications are that all the listed events will B vera KB over forty, a gratifying showing. There is quality to the entries as well as quantity, some of the smartest racers in the country being among those in. initiated. The eastern representation is especially strong and embraces, among others, horses owned by S. C. Hildreth. B. F. Carman. G. M. Odom. E. It. Bradley, Frank I. Weir. Beverwyck Stable. P. Dunne. H. B. Brandt. Earl Linnell. Peter Whinner, W. P. Fine, Kimball Patterson. Woodford Clay, T. Burns, J. W. Schorr and E. W. Heffner. All of the above owners have given assurances that they will ship their extensive strings to the Milldale track and engage in the t wenty-fotu-davs meeting which begins October 24. The Hildreth stable will he made up of the same horses that he has campaigned all season on the metropolitan courses and will include the great Fitz Herbert and this years champion two-year-old. Novelty, winner of the Futurity and other important stakes. It will mark the first time that Hildreth has taken part in racing at Latonia since his entry into the top ranks of American owners, and his sterling racers should prove great drawing cards. They wRl not, however, have any easy time in all their essays, for they will find worthy opposition in such other good racers as S!r John Johnson. Jack Atkin. Ocean Bound. Countless, Kings Daughter, Guy Fisher, Pinkola and a host of others that will oppose them in the featurr races. The Canadian contingent that will he at Latonia this fall will also be more extensive than in former years and will include some of the most prominent horses that nave raced in the Dominion. Their stake engagements are on a pal with those of the easterners and were likewise accompanied by assurances from their owners of taking part in the sport from the opening day until the closing. John Hachmeisrer, general manager of the Latonia track, who has given personal attention in the cist to the stake entries, is highly gratified by the liberal manner in which horsemen responded, and according to his advices, this years aggregation of easterners that will be seen at Latonia will exceed in numbers that of day previous year. "The outlook for Latonia this fall," said Mr. Haehmeister. "is brighter than ever before and Cinoinnatians will be treated to a brand of sport that will linger iu pleasant BMBMblJ long after the meeting comes to a close. Some of the best racers in the country will meet in daily competition and they will tie ridden by Jockeys of the first rank. The eastern representation will add luster to our racing and swell the attendance. The mutuel system of bet flag will also become popular with these strangers."

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