Turf Talk Of The Day In Kentucky., Daily Racing Form, 1915-06-24


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TURF TALK OF THE DAY IN KENTUCKY Latonia Ky June 23 While Jefferson Living ¬ stons English colt Flcuro ran unplaced in the twoyearold race won by Hops at Latonia Satur ¬ day he acted like he did not fancy heavy going and will probably run a much ixjtter race in the Cincinnati Trophy on Saturday July 3 provided that big twoyearold Latonia race Is run over a fast rack At that Fleuro moved up around the stretch turn like he would come on to victory Saturday but seemingly at once floundered in the going and fell back out of contention He is an extraordinarily Roodlooking youngster and it can be set down that he has by no means as yet shown his real racing form formStar Star Jasmine showed her high class In the Mer ¬ chants Stakes Saturday and will now ne given some consideration for her engagement in the In ¬ dependence Handicap which is set to be run on the closing day of the present Latonia meeting The Merchants Stakes was the twentyfirst victory for this good mare She has been prominent as i winner ever since she came on the turf as a twoyearold At that age she won the Fountain of Youth Stakes at Jacksonville Fla and ran second to Calisse in the Cllpsetta Stakes at this track The race she won Saturday she ran second in in 1014 and in addition this season she was third in the Inaugural Handicap won by Prince liermis on the opening day here So far this year she has only been implaced twice In eight starts Her record since the beginning of her career is so creditable that it is detailed in full in the table below Year Age Sts 1st 2d 3d Won 111 2 17 5 4 4 3344 33441I12 1I12 3 10 2 3 0 1245 113 4 10 4 3 0 2720 11114 5 11 7 0 1 5330 1915 i S 3 1 2 3010 3010It It will thus be seen that In her five seasons of racing so far to date this daughter of Odgen has earned 16249 in stakes and purses pursesT T C McDowell her owner has had marked success with mares in racing He first carne to the track with the Hying Maid Marian which he later sold to Chris Smith of Yo Tambien fame while since be has raced Kitty Cline Rush Spirit uelle Kings Daughter EllenaIale Bracegirdle Advantage and Watcrblossom Advantage was the only one Of the number that did not live to race beyond her twoyearold form formThe The book program of the Windsor Jockey CluD has been extensively distributed among the horse ¬ men at Latonia by Frank Bruen The present book contains all the conditions of the races to be run at the lirst meeting which begins on Wednes ¬ day July 14 and ends on Wednesday July 21 There are seven races each day On the opening day the feature event is the Frontier Handicap for threeyearolds and over with 4000 added and that afternoon the Windsor Jockey Club gives away in added money a total of 7 00 A number oC racing stars are eligible to this rich stake among them being Borrow winner of the Kentucky Handicap Great Britain winner of the Louisville Cup last year Royal II winner of the Latonia Derby and such other highclass performers as Bradleys Choice Black Toney John Guild Emer ¬ son Cochran King Hamburg Little Nephew Little String Rancher Donerail Superintendent Water bass Pandean Slumber II and Harnionicon HarnioniconDuring During this Canadian tracks lirst meeting the other stake races to bo run oft are the Edenwold with lfiOO and Silver Plate added the Windsor Double Event for Dominionbred foals with 1500 added and also a piece of valuable plate and the 1 C Stakes with 1500 added the latter being the feature race of the closing day of the first meeting meetingThe The book just out also contains the stake nomina ¬ tions for the second meeting which liegins August 14 and ends August 21 Great racing is expected at the two summer meetings at this popular Canadian track this season as it marks the introduc ¬ tion to its patrons of the parimiituel system of betting President George M Heudrie of the Windsor Jockey Club while here the past week noted all the little details both in and out of the administration building at Latonia that related to the workings of the iniituel betting system and is enthusiastic over the prospects of the Windsor meetings this summer under this system of wager ¬ ing on the horses He will have the same compe ¬ tent man in charge of the machines at Windsor in Eugene Elrod who has done so much to sug ¬ gest improvements in these devices since they were first introduced several years ago on the Kentucky tracks tracksThe The many friends of Theodore Abadie who raced such good horses an Samuel R Meyer Tom King and Falcada will regret to learn that this turf ¬ mans condlton has not improved since Ills removal to the Eastern Kentucky Asylum and his case is regarded as hopeles by the physicians there His demise in that institution is thought to be only question of a short time

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