Almost A Clean Sweep: Favorites Successful In Five Of Yesterdays Races At Latonia.; Presumption the Only One That Fails to Race Up to Expectations.--Two Jockeys Suspended for Remainder of the Meeting., Daily Racing Form, 1913-07-02


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ALMOST A CLEAN SWEEP SWEEPFAVORITES FAVORITES SUCCESSFUL IN FIVE OF YESTER ¬ DAYS RACES AT LATONIA LATONIAresumption resumption the Only One That Fails to Race Up Upto to Expectations Two Jockeys Suspended for forRemainder Remainder of the Meeting Cincinnati 0 July 1 Five favorites in succes ¬ sion rewarded the public this afternoon at Latonla and made amends for the discomfort arising from I lie intense heat prevailing here Presumption from the James MacManus stable was the only beaten favorite He failed to get any portion of the purse in the closing dash for which he ruled at oddson The McDowell establishment again scored a double this time with Gracilla and Star Actress Both were ridden by E Martin The sport was in ¬ teresting and enjoyed by a fairly large attendance The betting showed an Increase over that of yes ¬ terday terdayA A handicap at six furlongs in which some fairly good sprinters engaged resulted in victory for Casey Jones on which Lottus had the mount Pan Ziireta outstayed Benauet in the final drive for second place The winner under good handling followed the leaders to the last turn then passed into the lead and won well ii hand The handThe public began auspiciously when they selected Italph as likely to win the opener He made good in decisive fashion with San Vega beating Shepherdess for second money Weber it Wards recently ac ¬ quired Winning Witch spreadeagled her opponents in the second race and won eased up to a canter Gracilla graudated from the maiden class In the third race after a sharp drive to dispose of Red Star The McDowell filly suffered interference soon after the start when Ued Star cut across in front of hei but she recovered quickly quicklyThe The closing dash furnished the best contest of tffV afternoon anil the purse went to Sonada in a ham drive with I Steppa in second place ana Inffession which had been the leader up to the last othersThe furlong beating the others The stewards suspended Jockev J Henry for the remainder of the meeting for rough riding In the closing race raceJockey Jockey Steele was suspended for the remainder of the meeting by the starter for insubordination at the iHJst Most iHJstMost of those who had signified an intention of shipping to Porter failed to do so and as a result less than two cars of horses left for the Indiana course this afternoon Among those who declined to go were J F Newman Son R L Rogers G B Morris and J K Allen The AllenThe horses owned by W 0 Joplln were trans ¬ ferred EriaJ yesterday from Douglas Park to Fort Eria J W May announced a change in his shipping plans and will send his horses to Vindsor next week He had intended shipping to Fort Eric EricPhil Phil Hyiuaiis will send his string to Saratoga excepting Granite which he turned out at J B Kespess farm until fall racing is resumed in Kentucky KentuckyMose Mose Goldblatt will take the J Livingston horses t Saratoga after the close of racing here Founda ¬ tion consignmentEugene will go with the consignment Eugene Elrod will send ten mutuel machines to North Randall for the opening of the grand cir ¬ cuit He will be in charge of the betting there during the trots and will take with him a force consisting of live cashiers five ticket sellers two calculators two money counters aud the full ticket room force The racing at North Randall will be ¬ gin July 7 and continue until July 11 In addi ¬ tion to using the mutuel method of betting on heats it will also be used in connection with the results of each race raceJockey Jockey W Andress sustained a bad fall shortly after the start of the fifth race while riding luien but escaped with a shaking up aud a badly cut mouth mouthR R J MacKeuzies string will be shipped tonight to Windsor to aw It the opening of racing there The George M Hendrle consignment will also be shipped there tonight tonightJ J B Respess consignment went today to Fort Erie where they will begin their Canadian invasion They will l e campaigned in Canada until fall ratfug is resumed in Kentucky KentuckyBaythorn Baythorn a brother to Hawthorn was destroyed yesterday as a result of blood i olsoning olsoningJ J C Cahn will ship his horses to Douglas Park to rest until fall fallII II Cochran the onetime crack rider is consider ¬ ing a return to the saddle and has made application for a license to ride rideJ J O Keeiie has decided on taking fifteen horses lo Saratoga and will leave shortly after the close of racing here Merode Lord Marshall and two maiden twoyearolds will be shipped to the Canidcn farm to rest until fall fallThe The twithorse combination comprising Winning AVitch aud Gracilla paid 1230 for 2 Casey Jones Star Actress and Sonada which constituted the threehorse paid 11050 for 2 2Writing Writing from New York to friends here Barney Schreiber states that the racing in the Empire State apixNirs to be in a healthy condition and that he looks ImprovementTrainer for constant Improvement Trainer Jack Baker will rest his string of horses including C C Van Meters Kentucky Oaks win ¬ ner Cream at Lexington until fall shipping there as soon as the present Latonla nieetin is ended Cream was never in better racing condition but In consequence of having won the Oaks there have been few races on the Latonla program in which she was eligible to start where under the weights shi would have a winning chance Baker thinks that the fall programs will give her a chance to race frequentlyThe frequently The following were among the workouts of this morning at Latonla LatonlaAnv Anv Port Mile and oneeighth in 154 154Bobby Bobby Cook Seveneighths in 130 130Donerail Donerail Mile in IMS IMSFree Free Lanee Mile In 147 147Gasket Gasket Threequarters in 117 117Harry Harry L Half mile in 48 48Jenny Jenny Geddes Threeeighths in 37 37Ladona Ladona Threeeighths in 40 Ald Rosebud Threequarters iu 113 Ouen Mile in 140 osius Fiveeighths in 103 103Spindle Spindle Seveneighths in 129 129Supervisor Supervisor Mile iu 147 147T T M Green Half mile in 51 51Tay Tay Pay Fiveeighths in 105 105Tlii Tlii Reach Threequarters in 120 120Vonnu Vonnu Mile In 148 148lauker lauker Fiveeighths in 107

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