Latonia Racing Spirited: Black Toney and Theresa Gill Are Returned Winners In Handicaps, Daily Racing Form, 1913-11-06


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LATONIA RACING SPIRITED BLACK TONEY AND THERESA GILL ARE RETURNED WINNERS IN HANDICAPS. Pornier Overcomes Disadvantage of Weight and Racing Luck in Game Fashion Jockey Peak Sustains Serious Injuries. Cincinnati, 0., November 3. Ideal weather and a fast track figured prominently iu the good racing this afternoon at Latouia. The sport was witnessed li.v a his crowd. Two handicaps at sprinting distances were offered as features. One was for juveniles and B. R. Bradleys crack. It lack Tone.v. was forced to do his best to win it. lie was conceding lumps of weight to his opponents, but this would have been of little matter had he not been forced oxticmely wide 011 the stretch turn, wt him much ground. He proved his gameiiess by standing a terrilie drive in the last furlong and got up to win over Maud It. L. The latter, running in her best form, raced the speedy John Guild into submission and only faltered in the last few strides. John Omul was a respectable third. Theresa dill made good iu the other handicap when she beat. .Seliago by a narrow margin. Sebago was hacked into favoritism and his showing in tne race represented a vat improvement over some of his recent previous efforts. After the finish of this race a mishap occurred that may result seriously for jockey Teak. He was astride Floral Park and, after pulling her up, she became unmanageable and ran at top speed the reverse way of the course until she reached the gap on the backstreteh. where she attempted to liolt. Ieak made an effort to leave her back at this juncture, hut miscalculated and after falling was struck or stepped on by the lilly. He sustained a deep gash on the head and also received other injuries. He was rushed with all speed to a nearby Hospital in a seemingly serious condition. The main Incident iu a racing way . developed Jn the closing dash when Dr. Waldo Urlggs, the favorite, after getting practically left ar tlie post, with seijiningiy not a ghost of a chance to ligure in the ruiMtng. astounded the onlookers by "losing a runeliuoUK Knp and just failing to beat Phil Mohr. 1. lie wtnuer. lr. Waldo Rrlggs was going much the fastest at the end and would have won had the distance been a tritle further. Herpes furnished an upset in the opening dash when sjie managed to scurry home iu advance of llocnir lind .Manson. The latter pair, running as the O. A. Itlanchi entry, ruled favorite. Dr. Samuel, the favorite of the second, had little difficulty" in showing the way to the others. He was a stoutly-backed choice. Jnhot. at a long price, made a runaway of the lifth race, with Miinorioso In second place and Clark M. third. The latter, under more vigorous handling, would have been formidable. Dr. Samuel and Itlaek Toney rondo up the winning two-horse combination, which yielded 1.05 for . The three-horse combination went to the lield backers, each of whom received .20 from the pool. Ill!! Keilly, who is connected In an official capacity with Vancouver racing, was among todays visitors anil watched "the mutuel betting methods here closely with tin? idea of obtaining pointers for improvements in this connection for western use. .Tolm 11. Madigin of the Fort Krie track stopped off this afternoon to witness the racing. There were sixty excess entries for three of the races carded for tomorrow. .1. U. Strode lias purchased Billie Tinker from J. C. Milam and will ship this horse, with five, others, to Charleston to race this winter. J. W. Iugh, former owner of Fonsoluca, who was considered almost certain of election as sheriff of Kenton Comity, was beaten by a small majority by Ids republican opponent. John It. Dillon, Sr., who ran on the same ticket with Iugh as a candidate for re-election to the office of county clerk, was returned winner by a big majority. Iu Louisville Dr. Itusclienieyer. brother to W. F. Ituscheiueyer, owner of Hawthorn and other horses, received a handsome rnajoritv vote for the office of mayor. Adair and Itaker added extensively to their racing establishment today by the purchase of Sleeth and Joe Deibold at private sale. These horses and twelve others will lie shipped next Monday to Charleston, where they will rest until the opening of the racing at Palmetto Park. Others who have made application to Frank J. Brnen for stable reservations at the Charleston track are W. A. Kirwan, who will take six. including L. II. Adair: 0. Hak. S. H. Ilowser and Lee Christy. They will leave on the special train November 17. The followiug jockeys will leave at the close of racing here for Juarez: AY. W. Taylor. J. Daniels, Oross, J. McDonald. J. McCahe, O. W. Carroll, Loftus. F. Denton. C. Van Dusen, H" II. Woods :md Neylon. Charleston will attract Obert, J. Hanover, Ooose. Skirvin, J. Henry, C. Turner, Keogh Jind E. Martin. Secretary Maginn has had no advices from trainer Feakes as to whether Pandoriua, winner of the Kentucky Endurance Kace, will come here to engage in the Latonia Cup race on the closing day of this meeting. Mr. Maginn expects a rattling good lield to go to the post Iu this race and a brilliant contest. F. M. Hopper, A. O. Dunlap. Dr. G. M. Miller and William Hurley will ship their horses to Juarez for whiter campaigning. The following were among the work-outs this morning: Itelfast Three-quarters in 1:18. Ueiianet Five-eighths in 1:02. Itird Man Five-eighths in 1:04. Bolala Mile in 1:48. Chanticlor Five-elshths in 1:0.1. Disparity Three-eighths in 37. Duke or Shelby Five-eighths in 1:05. F. A. Stone Five-eigbths in 1:05. Francis Half mile in 4!. Oipsv Love Three-quarters in 1:18. Gold" of Ophlr Three-quarters in 1:11 Ilarrv Lauder Mile in l:4!t. Igloo" Five-eighths In 1:05. Jimmie Gill Three-eighths in 30. Knight Deck Five-eighths In 1:05. Leochares Five-eighths in 1:0.".. Little Jane Five-eighths iu 1:01. Luther Five-eighths in 1:05. Minda Three-eighths in :t". Pulsation Half rnile in 49. Swannanoa Mile in 1:44. Uncle Hart Mile in 1:45. Winifred D. Five-eighths in 1:04. Ymir Five-eighths in 1:07.

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