Latonia Results formful: Public Picks Winners Out of Difficult Card at Kentucky Track, Daily Racing Form, 1914-10-21


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LATMIA RESULTS FORMFUL PUBLIC PICKS WINNERS OUT OF DIFFICULT CARD AT KENTUCKY TRACK. Dorothy Dean Accounts for Allowance Raco That Serves as Feature Wilhite "Wins Another Purse for W. G. Yanke. Cincinnati, 0., October 20. In spite of the somewhat diliicult and puzzling program offered at La-touia this afternoon, the volume of betting kept up lairly well and the public did not fare badly, as favorites and second choices accounted for a majority of the purses. The outstanding feature, an allowance race at a mile and seventy yards, went to "Dorothy Dean, one of .1. W. Fullers speedy mares, which scored over Hash, Star Actress and Cream. The last-named followed Star Actress closely for the lirst half, then retired. Dorothy Dean, on the other hand, which had been reserved in the lirst half, moved up in resolute fashion, assumed the lead in the stretch and withstood the challenge offered by Rash. The talent started off badly when they centered their attention in the opener on Irineess Callaway and Joe Deibold. The latter made a game bid for the purse, but faied by a short margin of beating Jimmie Gill. 1riuccss Callaway never threateneu seriously after becoming involved in a jam which occurred on the lirst turn. Maiden lillies met in the second and Miss Fannie, from the J. 13. Respess stable, just managed to outstay Water Witch. The latter was best, but suffered from interference. Hob Hensley was favored over Wilhite in the third, but when it came to the running the Yanke representative drew away from the Livingston starter with the utmost ease in the last furlong. Joe Walsh, a starter in tiie race, caused some excitement by fractious acting at the post and the unseating of jockey Mott. He then sprinted riderless for a quarter at top speed and came to a stop of his own accord. lie showed route sced during the early running of the race, but quit almost to a walk. Considerable attention was given Ilanworth. a recent English arrival, that was making his lirst start in the fifth race, but he showed to poor advantage and finished last. Booker Kill, which broke fast and enjoyed clear sailing for the entire trip, won handily over McAdoo. with Dortch, the favorite. Third: The latter was caught in a jam at the start, which threw him -back JOjlastnlaee and ft he lost considerable ground bybelhgforcedto go k wide alt the way. His rider. Murphy, was kicked while at the xst and had to cancel his engagement to ride Erin in the closing dash. The latter horse was the choice for his race, but failed to get any part of the purse, Expectation proving a handy winner over Olteiily and Bessie Latimer. After the finish Expectation was bid up from an entered price or 00 to by W. II. Pearce, but was retained by an advance of . The two-horse combination, consisting of Jimmie Gill and Miss Fannie, yielded K!.0. The three-horse combination paid .30, the pool being divided between 117 field players. J. 15. Dillon, who for years served as racing secretary and associate judge at Latonia. was among todays visitors. Mr. Dillon is at present serving his second four-year term as county clerk ot Kenton County, but visits the Latonia track at every available opportunity to mingle with his host of friends among the turfmen. Secretary Martin Nathanson, of the Charleston Fair and ltaciug Association, sent stake blanks here today for the live fixtures to he run at Palmetto Iar during the thirty-day meeting beginning December 2. .ockey Frank Murphys apprentice allowance expired today, and Wilhite, winner of the third race, was the last of his mounts that will have the live-pound allowance. Fred Auerbach, general manager of the Charleston Fair and Racing Association, departed tonight for Charleston to look after some preliminary details in connection with the opening there. He will return here about November :;. During his absence Frank J. Bruen and W. F. Schulte will look after stall applications and take entries to the stakes. Quite a number of owners have already signified an intention of going to Charleston this winter and arrangements ate under way for a special train to transfer the owners and their horses to the southern city shortly after the close of Latonia racing. Arthur 1J. Hancock has recently added two choicely bred marcs to his Ellerslie Stud, in Fads and Fancies, brown mare, 10. by Yankee Renown by St. Simon, and. Etelka, bay mare, S. by Hamburg Melba, by Mortemer. Fads and Fancies was purchased out of the recent sale by G. I. Wilson, acting for Mr. Hancock, while Etelka was bought privately from Mr. Wilson. Roth mares will be sent to Celt, whose showing this year is most gratifying to -Mr. Hancock. Out of thirteen starters, Celt, is represented by nine two-year-old winners, among them the stake winners, Coquette and Carbide. John Walters announced that Great Britain has been retired from racing for this season. Major W. M. Roberts. U. S. A., owner of Sequence, dam of Sandstone, was among todays visitors. He is the guest of trainer Jack Keeue. Jack Baker shipped Dr. Samuel to Lexington this morning to be turned out for the winter. Most of the yearlings that will be offered for sale October 20 and -7, will arrive here by Friday jiext. when prospective purchasers can inspect them at their leisure at the Latonia track yearling barn. The following were among the best work-outs today: Beulah S. Three-quarters in 1:20. Bingo Three-eighths in 37. Borel Three-quarters in 1:10. Bringhurst Five-eighths in 1:03. Buckhorn .Mile in 1:45. Cecil Half mile in 51. Chltra Five-eighths in 1:05. Clinton Five-eighths in 1:05. Col. Marchmont Three-quarters in 1:19. Colle Three-quarters in 1:17. Colston Three-quarters in 1:17. Crvstal Five-eighths in 1:00. Eustace Five-eighths in 1:04. Filigrer. Five-eighths in 1:03. First Degree Mile in 1:47. Oilpy Three-eighths in ".0. Guide Post Three-eighths in 39. Indolence Mile in 1:49. In-irv Mile in 1:45. Joe D. Three-eighths in 39. La Mode Seven-eighths in 1:30. Love Day Mile in 1:49. Mac Five-eighths in 1:04. Miss Gayle Three-eighths in 39. Mockery Mile in 1:49. Old Ben Mile in 1:45. Orniulu Three-quarters in 1:18. ft OSullivan Half mile in 50. Othello Five-eighths in 1:05. Resign Five-eighths in l:Kir.. Planetarv Five-eighths in 1:01. Roy -Seven-eighths in 1:33. S- ndle Three-quarters in 1:20. Theresa Bethel Three-eighths in 37.. Thesieres Three-quarters in 1:17. Tory .Maid Throe-eighths in 39. Toy Boy Five-eighths in 1:0C. Weyanoke Half-mile In 52. Zall Half mile in 49. . .

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