Horses Fall At Latonia: Bad Appearing Accident Proves Without Serious Injuries.; E. B. McLean and Williams Bros. Score Double Triumphs--Rivalry of Lunsford and Sande., Daily Racing Form, 1918-07-10


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HORSES FALL AT LATONIA Bad Appearing Accident Proves Without Serious Injuries E B McLean and Williams Bros Score Double Triumphs Ri ¬ valry of Lunsford and Sande Latonia Ky July 9 What for a period threat ¬ ened a serious accident came with the running of the third race in which eleven twoyearolds started and only eight finished Gold Stone Black Mammy and First Pullet ridden respectively by It Simpson M Garner and J Dreyer falling in a heap when a sixteenth from the finish The fall appeared due to Gold Stone swerving into Orenzo the leader and striking the hitters heels The impact caused him to go down with a crash and First Pullet and Black Mammy being unable to clear the prostrate horse tumbled over him Garner arose unassisted but Simpson and Dreyer had to be carried to the jockeys quarters Dreyer was the most hurt his injury included a fractured collar bone a sprained wrist and injured ankle Simpson was badly shaken up but otherwise uninjured Garner rode in the next race but cancelled his remaining engagements claiming his shoulder hurt The fall of the trii assisted Madge F to victory for she being clear came away in the last sixteenth to overhaul Orenzw and Camoufleur The latter suffered from previous interference when L Garner on Manicurist forced him wide on the lower turn but it probably kept him from going down as he had to travel wide for the rest of the race raceEdward Edward B McLeans representatives Janhet and Peerless One and his recently acquired contract on jockey Lunsford were much in the publics eye during the afternoon Both horses won victories assisted materially by the good riding that the lad gave them themJaphet Japhet was opposed by some fairly good ones in the fourth race and had to stand a hard drive to wear the fast going King Belle down which in the early racing had threatened a runaway Japhcts victory might have been consummated in easier fashion but for Lunsford and Moouey paying re ¬ spects to each other with their whips As both riders were held equally to blame the stewards let them off with a warning warningPeerless Peerless One had his work cut out for him to overhaul the suddenly improved Clara Martin which held on in game style Lunsford also landed sse oud with High Gear Perugino and Precious and third witli Camoufleur CamoufleurWOODPILE WOODPILE PROMISING YOUNGSTER YOUNGSTERJack Jack Adkins who has been inactive for some time uncovered a promising youngster in his two yearold Woodpile a daughter of Trap Rock Woodvine which spreadeagled eleven other maidens that started in the opening race and won by a com ¬ fortable margin from Lady Manager and Caraway CarawayThe The Williams Bros scored a double with their representatives Zim and Queen Apple Both were ridden by Sande who also had the mount on Bribed Voter in the feature race raceOn On Bribed Voter Sande outrode Lunsford the latter using faulty judgment when he took the McDowell filly back on the lower turn but it is questionable if she was good enough to beat Bribed Voter for he won holding his hardly gained lead Sande and Lunsford fought it out in the second race respect ¬ ively astride Zim and High Gear Zim proved best bestThe The linal race found the pair of apprentices again lighting out the finish and again Sande who hail the mount on Queen Apple triumphed triumphedJ J C Hansen represented in the last race by the resurrected John turlong claimed Parr for 1303 from II L Cratn CratnTrainer Trainer Peter Wimmer regarded at one time as one of the countrys foremost trainers was taken in charge by Federal authorities during the after ¬ noon for allegedly having made improper utterances reflecting on this country countryE E U Bradley has sold to II P Headley the yearling filly by Luke McLuke Tranid on private terms termsW W W Dardeii sold Lady Ivan on private terms this morning morningLeo Leo Bay came out of his race yesterday in a bad way and probably will not be started again againGeorge George Phillips who is campaigning a string of horses here will at the close of Latnniu racing go to Dayton to be employed in an aeroplane factory The horses Iit and Boyal Interest will be turned over to his father J P Phillips who will take them to Saratoga and also jockey Mooney who will ride there

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