Providing Stall Room at Latonia: Arrangements Made to Take Care of All Those Who Wish to Race at Meeting., Daily Racing Form, 1918-06-13


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t 1 : c . I 1 1 ■ * 1 I , • ■ t ; . . ■ . PROVIDING STALL ROOM AT LATONIA Arrangements Made to Take Care of All Those Who Wish to Race at Meeting. Cincinnati, O.. June 12. — With the co-operation of the horsemen to whom stabling accomodations at Latonia have l een assigned. General Manager Hach-1 meister of the Latonia Jockey Club is now hopeful that he will lie able to provide stalls for everyliody who is anxious to race at Latonia. In addition to the list already published, Mr. Hachmeister has I b"eii able to -take care of several more owners and if the owners of the larger stables will help oUt a 1 bit by reducing to the smallest possible degree the amount of space rsed for feed and tack rooms. lie will lie able to take care of still more. No rent is charged the horsemen at Latonia for the use of stalls while the raccmectings are on -md I naturally the horsemen prefer to lie ipiartered with-I in the racing enclosure rather than on the outside for tiiis as well as other reasons. It lias lieen suggested that the owners of one-horse stables can ! help to conserve the stabling space by usini; :l 1 small tent for Me protection of food and tack instead of applying for an extra stall for that pur- pose. The waste of room in this way is much greater proportionally in the case of tlie small owner than-by the larger establislunents. Tlie management is insisting that only those horses that have ls-en racing or are ready to race sli.i;i |M. included in the shipments to Iatonia. and 1 that no saddle ponies shall lie allowed to usurp room that can be used for tlie seventy-five or one j hundred horses for which accomodations are still 1 licking.

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