Latonia Gets More Rain: Races Are Run In Muddy Going and Favorites Again Fare Poorly, Daily Racing Form, 1913-11-08


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LATONIA GETS MORE RAIN RACES ARE RUN IN MUDDY GOING AND FAVORITES AGAIN FARE POORLY. Cash on Delivery Keeps Up His Winning: Streak and Scores His Sixth Straight Victory at Longer Route Than in His Preceding Races. Cinciunati, O., November 7. Disagreeable conditions prevailed at Latouia again this afternoon. A steady rain, accompanied by a drop in temperature, bewail this morning. The track as a result of the drenching showed a coating of soft mud. One of the biggest crowds of the meeting was on hand to witness the sport, unmindful of the inclement weather and anxious to wager. The betting even exceeded in volume yesterdays big total. The dosing dash was run in semi-darkness, but the action of the starters could he discerned, as there was little relative change in their positions after they passed the stand for the lirst time. Favorites were again beaten with the exception of Cash on Delivery and Garneau. Cash on Delivery made it six straight victories when he accounted for the purse In the feature race, lit? was forced to do his utmost to get home in advance, the outsider, I.uihcr remaining in the lead until the last seven!. yards. After Galileans victory Jake Marklein bid him up 03 over his entered price of 0!, bat failed to get hini. The bidding was in retaliation for a runup of one of .Markleius horses about live years ago. 1. XI. Civlll. owner of Garneau did the bidding on that occasion. Tlie failure of tin- favorites began in the opener when Bayhead tiuished far hack. He was away poorly, which in a measure accounted for his ordinary showing. The purse went to Bcrinudiau, from J. X Camdens stable, lie was lightly regarded and rewarded his few backers handsomely. John K. Maddeus Francis was the next beaten favorite. He failed to get any part of the purse, .lust Y., liracktown Belle and ltobert Kay dividing the money in the order named. La Mode was given the call in the third race, nnd, like the preceding choices, followed the placed horses home, J. If. Rolinroii winning handily from Amoret and Kiva. In the closing dash Dr. Waldo Briggs and Ocean Quei-ii were most fancied, but lxith were beaten by Over the Sniidssand Curlicue. The change In the going iuade it necessary for the stewards to excuse First Degree. Kisland, Chartier, Louise Paul, Terra Blanco. Class, Winifred D.. Anion, Falcadu. Tolls, Carlton Club and Howdy Howdy from starting in the respective races for which they were entered. The two-horse combination, consisting of Just Y. and .1. R. Robinson, yielded 4.00 for . As on ninny former occasions at this meeting, no one in the big throng was successful in picking on the three-horse winniug combination, and the- pool went to the field players, who each received .S5. Jockey .1. I.oftus terminated this afternoon his riding season on the Kentucky tracks and will depart tonight with his wife for Chicago to spend a few days at his mothers home and also confer with his employer, Jefferson Livingston, before going to Juarez, where he will speud the winter. J. V. .Strode. Tom Drown. .T. V. May and Moore Johnson will send their stables to Norfolk tomorrow. At the close of that meeting, these stables will be ir.msf erred to Charleston. Capt. J. II. llees, former racing ollicial, was an arrival today from his home in Memphis to witness the remaining racing. George J. Longs horses, including the crack two-year-old, Ralph, will be shipped to Louisville on Sunday next and go into winter quarters at Mr. Longs Bashford Manor Farm. Trainer Mose Goldblatt, in charge of the Jefferson Livingston stable, today gave Prince Eugene. Iron Mask. Anytime, Soslns and the others a stiff final gallop before preparing them for their long Journey to Juarez. The stable will leave here as soon as availnble express cars can lie secured for tbeir transportation. Considerable interest is being displayed in the outcome of the Latonia Cup tomorrow and if the weather- moderates, one of the biggest crowds of the snm will witness the race. Louisville will send a big delegation, while residents of other nearby eiths have sent Manager Hnchmcister notification of their intended coming and have asked for box reservations. , . Many of the owners here who are planning a whiter campaign at the Juarez track have shown a reluctance to make immediate shipment to the Mexican course on account of the disquieting reports from there. Eugene El rod. who has charge of tiie special that will leave here next Tuesday for Juarez, telegraphed to General Manager Matt J. Winn concerning the matter and today received the following reply: "Was at dinner with Messrs. Butler. Follansbec. Dwyer and other stockholders of Jockey Club Juarez when your telegram came. Follansbec is jist back from Mexico and assures Hint no matter who is In control, it will not affect our racing plans. In order to settle any doubt, I have Veen instructed to wire you that should anything unforsecn occur which would prevent our racing, we will pay all the expenses of your special. Now, I dont know how I could make it any stronger than lliis." Mr. Winns message had a cheering effect on the horsemen and their original plans for shipping on the special next Tuesday will he adhered to. Frank J. Rruen today received many additional applications for stall room from horseni6n who intend shipping to Palmetto Park. According to advices from Charleston, there will be over 1,000 horses there this winter and the construction of additional stables is a neccssit-. The erection of the new stables now under way will insure accommodations for all comers. Howard Oots has decided to campaign Cousin Puss and Carlton Club this winter and will ship them to Juarez on Tuesdays special train. J P. Ros will likely sell Uncle nart to P. M. Civill and send the remainder of his string to Lex-incton where they will be wintered. The two-vear-olds. Ella Clark and Ethel Clark, will be shipned from Kansas to Juarez to join Kay Knences stable, which is to leave Kentucky for the Mexican track in a day or two. Spence will take Mehach along for W. J. Weber. P Sheridan will send his four-year-old Rubicon II "to Juarez, and trainer C. W. Carroll will look ifter the colt until Sheridan reaches the Mexican track Sheridan will ship P.ack Day to Lexington to be" turned out for the winter.

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