Louisville Horses Reach Latonia: Escoba Arrives in Excellent Condition-Fern Handley Left at Douglas Park Because Hurt., Daily Racing Form, 1918-06-13


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I* * , t ; 11 0 5 -, f I r, I . - - | I! - 1 • " 5 " " 5 . ■ I J I » 5 LOUISVILLE HORSES REACH LATONIA Escoba Arrives in Excellent Condition — Fern Hand-ley Left at Douglas Park Because Hurt. Cincinnati. O.. June 12. — More than three hun-j dred horses were transferred today from Ijuiisville to the Latonia race track on two special trains and three times Mat many are yet to come from the rails fity between now and Friday. Not a sick horse was unloaded and all of those that came are ready to race. Restrictions have licon placed on the owners to l.iing nothing to the Milld.ile course, but horses that are running, or are ready to run. For the first time in the history of rarfag lice. ataMt fonies were put undr tlie ban and owners and trainers were forced to find stable room outside fir them. Will lerkins brought the largest number of horses up from tlie Falls City, thirty. The others to get in were S. K. Nichols with seven horses, II. W. Plant, three; A. K. Mncomber. fourteen. W. V. Walsh, six: V. J. Kelley. five; Joe Coodinan. twelve; Hawk and Shields, ten: J. J. Troxler. four: S. K. Hughes, one; Cat Knebelkamp. eiKht: W. B, IM lips, one; .1. K. Kednion. five; A. B. Sprcckels. eight: T. K. Bornman. six; Iat Dunne, one; Will Wal-r, lice, cue; John M. Coode. four: Will Hurley, eight: lielonging to K. R. Bradhv: W. L. Lewis, eight: Bob -McMillan, four: R. J. Farris. three: Al New man. two: Williams Bros., twenty four; E. W. Moore, nine; Marshall Bros., ten; Dan Morris, six; J. Hogan. three; J. L. Rani, seven; O. Johnson. five: . II. Frey. three; J. S. Hawkins, ten: A. L. Kirby. eleven: f. K. Rowe. five; Joan II. Ward. twelve: T. C. McDowell, sixteen; H. II. Hewitt, eight, and Cat Milain. sixteen. Kscoba. Kenneth D. Alexanders Latonia Derby candidate. wMek is trained by John Ward, unloaded in line c lit ion and will lie given a goad gallop tomorrow morning. Ward said that the colt is as good right now as he possibly could Ik- and that he will demonstrate in the Derby that lie is by far the best three-ycar-oh! in the west and that only track conditions can heat him in the Kentucky Derby. Oeneral Manager John Hachmeister remained in Louisville today to wind up aHairs in connection with the Douglas Iark meeting. His assistant. Frank Briton, is looking after thia-rs here pending his arrival tomorrow. Racing Secretary J. B. Campbell motored over from Louisville and arrived at noon. He iramedi-. ately began the task of making out the owners* trainers and jockeys badges, which is ipiite an arduous task this year, because of tlie increased number of horsemen ami riders here. As was the case at Louisville, the war tax of .20 on those badges has to lie paid in advance. Fern Hamlley. J. J. Troxlers high-class three- year-old filly, which was badly kicked by Silk Iidy while at the post in a race at Douglas Iark several days ago. is in a serious condition according to her owner. She was left at Lotiis ille and it is feared that IiI hm1 poisoning may develop from the wound. Tlie pari-mutnel machines which were used at Douglas Bark will be used here. They were brought up on one of the horse trains. Most of them were installed in their places liefore night. Starter A. B. Dade and his crew ;,me up on an early morning train. This will be the first opportunity that race-goers in this section have had to see Dade preside at the barrier.

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