Louisvilles Big Crowd: Greatest Throng Of Meeting At Churchill Downs Enclosure.; Countless and Emperor William Participate in Exciting Finish in the Frank Fehr Handicap, Former Gaining the Verdict., Daily Racing Form, 1910-10-09


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LOUISYILLES BIG CROWD GREATEST THRONG OF HEETING AT CHURCH HI DOWNS ENCLOSURE Countless and Emperor William Participate in Er citing Finish in the Frank Fehr Handicap 1 Former Gaining the Verdict Louisville Ky October 8 Todays attendance exceeded that of opening day by a big margin Speculation was the heaviest of the meeting to date The fine weather and excellent offering la a racing way served as magnets to bring out the crowd and there was entertaining sport The Frank Fehr Handicap at a mile and twenty yards fea ¬ tured the program While it resulted In an upset In the failure of the popular choices Ocean Bound and Kings Daughter thrills were furnished by the grand struggle of Countless and Emperor William Tlie former thoroughly redeemed himself by the game manner in which he took the winners por ¬ tion in todays race At the stretch turn he ap ¬ peared thoroughly beaten Emperor William was at this point just making his run With bulldoe like courage Countless decreased the lead of the leader and drawing on even terms twenty yards from tlie finish won by a head Kings Daughter and Ocean Bound the early leaders and top weights were done for after going threequarters Ocean Bounds disappointing showing was in a measure due to interference of which she was the victim in rounding the lower tun when Kings Daughter crossed to the inner rail Barleythorpe proved a disappointment to his connections and Great Heat ens substituted by F J Pons for Tony Bonero might as well have remained in his stable for all the runningA figure he cut in the running A disappointing incident of the afternoons racing came in the third race when Follle Levy whici ruled almost an even choice with Al Muller refused to leave the barrier at the start The filly is a no ¬ on the J ew York tracks that she was barred from starting In previous essays here she has been acting tractably In view of this the officials herfe ainr to give her another chance but should she re ¬ peat her performance of this afternoon her future appearances will be restricted to stake engagements The engagementsThe William Shields stable again came into the limelight by a heavy plunge on Colonel Ashmeade in the closing dash The colt ran well but was not good enough to overhaul Sal Ian which scored Iris second successive victory and seems to be P Dunnes best representative representativeJohn John Hachmeister general manager of the Latonia Jockey Club was called to St Louis today to at ¬ tend the funeral of his brother who died in Denver on Wednesday last The funeral will take place tomorrow tomorrowThe The training of J T Williams good colt Governor Gray has been temporarily suspended on account of coughing Nothing serious Is expected and his trainer hopes to resume the conditioning of the youngster weekThere during the coming week There were many arrivals today from New York Including Frank Carey and J T Moore both well known as clubhouse operators They were much impressed with the working of the parimutnel sys ¬ tem of betting bettingHenderson Henderson Hogan have changed their tentative after the close of the meeting to Juarez Me Jockey MeJockey L Kunz who was regarded as a promising rider not so long ago was among todays visitors en route to New York from whicli point he will sail for Buenos Ayres to ride for a prominent stable Frank stableFrank Bruen assistant manager at Latonia re ¬ ceived H request today for reservations for eight horses to be shipped by W G KingDodds from Fort Erie next Wednesday Jack Keene left tonight for Lexington to inspect his yearlings and select the most promising to ship to Oakland for racing this winter Jockey winterJockey E Martin was suspended for five days by the starter for breaking through the barrier and W Brannon was given four days for the same offense Jockey offenseJockey T Rice has been engaged by W H FIzer for the coining winter winterJockeys Jockeys Kennedy and E Martin divided the riding honors each piloting a pair of winners during the afternoon afternoonJockey Jockey Ganz after a long layoff due to illness returned to the saddle and showed ability

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