Day Of Disappointments: Latonia Horses From Which Much Is Expected Run Poorly.; Disagreeable Weather Operates to Reduce Attendance to the Regulars--Management Arranges for ,500 Special Race at Two Miles., Daily Racing Form, 1910-10-29


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DAT OF DISAPPOINTMENTS LATONIA HORSES FROM WHICH MUCH IS EX PECTED RUN POORLT Disagreeable Weather Operates to Reduce Attend ¬ ance to the Regulars Management Arranges for 1500 Special Race at Two Miles Cincinnati O October 28 Cold and bleak weather with accompanying snow flurries were dis ¬ agreeable conditions that served as a drawback to Latonia racing this afternoon Tlio ordinary card provided adde l as a further check In holding the attendance down to the regulars Of these there are more here this season than at any former meet ¬ ing The smart set again experienced a disastrous session all of the l estbicked starters suffering de ¬ feat Their downfall l egan with the opening race and continued until Rellnf scored over Hans in the closing dash While this was not unexpected In the races where big fields furnished the contests few were prepared for the poor showings made l y Prince Gal and John Reunion in the handicap that seemed to be at the mercy of one or the other of them They landed distantly at the finish Milton B Dr Holzberg and Joe Morris leading them in the order named Prince Gal and John Reardon flattered their supporters for threequarters by maintaining forward position but in a twinkliijg Prince Gal went from a pull to a drive and was soou thereafter relegated to the rear while John Reardon quit1 almost to a walk when called upon The victories of Stalwart Lad Joyauce and Fun damcutal were wholly unexpected The last hamqd two were grouped with others In the field fieldThe The fifth race was followed by a fivedays sus ¬ pension and a fine of 50 for jockey Warren rider of Fair Louise The punishment was a result of Warrens rough riding tactics going to the first turn His action in mixing up the starters caused the failure of School ma rm and was held responsible for Galliota being badly cut about the hind legs Galley Slave profiting by the mishaps to others and running in improved form woa nie purse after a sharp drive to outlast Tom Bigbeel G Houser owner of Autumn Girl claimed Schoolmarin for 1000 after the finish finishPat Pat Dunnes The Peer favorite of the closing dash was another big disappointment His bad showing was due to his affliction with a hemorrhage after going half a mile Word was received today from S C Hildreth that he would land here Sunday morning next ami that in his consignment would come Fitz Herbert Novelty and Zeus Frank Taylor Mr Hildreths brotherinlaw also telegraphed that he would ship his stable here including Fauntleroy and Adams Express ExpressGeneral General Manager Hacbmelster announced that he is arranging for a special race to be mn on election day November 8 The race will be at two miles and the conditions call for an entrance of 100 for each starter with 1500 added by the association J T Ireland has announced hlsr Intention of start ¬ ing Cherryola In it and J W May acting for J G Greener has promised that Countless will be one of the starters It is expected that R F Carman will enter Bonnie Kelso and that one or two other east ¬ erners will supply an entry bringing the field to live or more There must be four starters as it is pro ¬ vided of the conditions conditionsJockey Jockey T Koerner will go to Pimlieo to rido Countless in the Bowie Stakes if lie can get starter Cassidy to rescind his su cnsion for Monday next nextStarter Starter Cassidy suspended jockeys Van Benchoten D Austin Warren and M McGee for live days each for disobedience at the post Warren received five days ridingJ additional by the judges for rough riding J R Wainwright who will ship hJs stable next week to Juarez Mex has insured some of Ida horses for the following amounts Trance 15UO Al Muller Intrinsic and Royal Captive 1OOO each eachIiouis Iiouis Tauber who at one time trained for John W Schorr purchased Colonel Ashmeade from Wil ¬ liam Shields and will race the horse here hereGeorge George Haiii trainer of the GerstIIolle stable stated today that the injury which Hanhridge sus ¬ tained in his last start is more serious than was at first suspected anil that he will not be a starter again during this meeting He will be fired next week and an effort will be made to fit him for late winter racing racingThe The program book for next week was distributed to morningThere horsemen this morning There were quite a number of arrivals from the east today including George Reif and Dad Yeager YeagerJ J J Flannlgan has sold the twoyearold filly Miss Von der Hoflen for 75

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