Latonia Opening Deferred: Found Necessary to Again Postpone Meeting Another Week.; Manager Hachmeister Hopes to Be Able to Start on Thursday, October 24., Daily Racing Form, 1918-10-17


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LATONIA OPENING DEFERRED Found Necessary to Again Post ¬ pone Meeting Another Week Manager Hachmeister Hopes to toBe Be Able to Start on Thurs day October 24 Cincinnati O October 16 It lias been found necessary to again defer tlie opening of the Latonia Jockey Clubs fall Rice meeting originally scheduled to begin on Thursday October 10 to October 24 It liad been hoped that tlie influenza situation which was responsible for tlie failure of the meeting 10 open OH schedule time would have improved suf ¬ ficiently as a result of the preventive meas ¬ ures taken by the Ohio and Kentucky health authori ¬ ties in this locality to permit the opening of the meeting on Thursday of this week but after con ¬ sultation with the authorities General Manager John Hachmeister announced that the opening would deferred until Thursday of next week October 24 24The The Kentucky Stale Hoard of Health while con ¬ vinced that UK influenza situation in tills vicinity was well under control and the disease checked felt that the time hail not yet arrived when it could modify its order prohibiting public gatherings illier indoors or outdoors Tlie opinion was ex lirasj yltliiiLrrit would practicable to lift the liaji against outdoor gatherings in isomeJeight or ten Kvs and while the board of health officials did nut authorize such a statement the Latnnia manage ¬ ment feels that it will be found possible to pro ed with its deferred opening on October 24 which will IK exactly two weeks later than the date origi ¬ nally set for the opening openingUnder Under this revised arrangement the meeting will come to a conclusion on Saturday November 16 Tlie management plans to conduct the racing for the full period of the twentyone days allotted by tlie Kentucky State Racing Commission and to run off the original program without change except as to the dates The program book will be adhered to iii so far as the conditions of the races and stakes are concerned except that tlie original program for each lay will be decided exactly two weeks later than scheduled scheduledTRAINING TRAINING OPERATIONS CONTINUE CONTINUEWith With the track not far from its normally fast condition on Tuesday there was a noticeable renewal of training activities Most of the probable starters in the Latonia Autumn Inaugural Handicap were called upon to work once around the mile circuit of the course Manager Waite from tlie McDowell stable and Tumbler from the Goldblatt string worked in the fastest time each covering the track in 141 A K Macombers Fruit Cake ran the distance in 142 and S M Hendersons Beaverkill made the same time Olive Wood and Precious which are eligible from tlie McDowell stable as well as Manager Waite did their work in 142 and 144 respectively Freecutter George T Longs crack threeyearold ran the distance in 143 and Rlackie Daw in A L Kirbys stable which has been regarded as a doubtful starter did it in 143 FauxCol the candidate of William Bros galloiKMl around in 144 and Cheer Leader from the same stable in 143 On Monday afternoon when the track still was in rather slow condition George M Hendries Handier figured in an impressive gallop in 141 141The The Waldeck Stables Moscowa and O A Bianchis Tllcky It both of which have been prominent in the long distance racing which has taken place in Kentucky this fall and both of which are being K Inted for the 10000 Latonia Cup race of two and onequarter miles on tlie closing day of the La touia meeting were on the track for slow exercise lioth are going along promisingly promisinglyCoIonel CoIonel Veniiie which good horse is slowly round in into racing condition after a long absence from racing worked threequarters in 119 119Kay Kay Spenccs good handicap horse Hodge is once again in training after having l eeu on the shelf all year He is being prepared for a winter campaign campaignOther Other workouts on Tuesday included the follow ¬ ing ingA A X Akin Half mile in 48 48Brynlimah Brynlimah Mile in 143 143Colonel Colonel Livingston Threequarters in 117 117Herald Herald Mile in 143 143Hocnir Hocnir Mile in 141 Huntermann Fiveeighths in 101 101Korbly Korbly Threequarters in 1134 1134Legal Legal Threequarters in 116 116Unflen Unflen Threequarters in 116 116Xepe Xepe Threequarters in 117 117Ocean Ocean Sweep Threequarters in 1135 1135Purdey Purdey Mile in 143 143Sedan Sedan Threequarters in 115 115Jitockwell Jitockwell Fiveeighths in 101 101Whirling Whirling I uu Mile in 143

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