Charleston Shipment Leaves Latonia, Daily Racing Form, 1913-11-19


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CHARLESTON SHIPMENT LEAVES LATONIA. Cincinnati, O., November IS. The last of the special trains bound for winter tracks departed from LatonH yesterday afternooa for Charleston. In addition to the horses and stable hands, more than a hundred owners, trainers and followers of the turf were aboard the train, which will arrive at Charleston Wednesday. Tlie departure of the special took away about all the turf followers In Cincinnati, although Jack Keene, Charles H. Hughes, Harry Laudemann and a few others are still here. There are probably fifty to seventy-five horses still quartered1 at the Latonla track and the bulk of them will remain there throughout the winter. The biggest strings are those of J. S. Evermau. J. Lally and J. T. Weaver. They will remain throughout the winter and will, ship to Lexington when the snows begin to melt.

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