No Change In Latonia Situation: Manager Hachmeister Unable to Gain Any Assurance When Restrictions Will Be Modified., Daily Racing Form, 1918-10-26


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NO CHANGE IN LATONIA SITUATION Manager Hachmeister Unable to Gain Any Assur ¬ ance When Restrictions Will Be Modified Cincinnati October 25 General Manager John Hachmeister of the Latonia Jockey Club lias re ¬ turned from central Kentucky where he has bee in touch for several days with the health authorities of tlie state seeking information as to tlie pros ¬ pects for a lifting of the ban against public gather ¬ ings in the near future following a general im ¬ provement in the influenza situation situationMr Mr Hachmeister while unable to gain any assur ¬ ance on tlie point is quite hopeful that the re ¬ strictions will be modified in tile near future and that it will be possible to proceed with the racing at Latonia LatoniaMeanwhile Meanwhile the horses and others who have gathered here in anticipation of the opening of tin racy meeting are pursuiii a policy of watchful waiting and the seven hundred horses in training at Latonia are being kept on edge ready to take part in tlie racing at short notice noticeToday Today but little work was indulged in at the track on account of the muddy going coupled with the uncertainty that exists over the opening date dateA A C Poretto has wired from New York that lie will ship his stable here at the conclusion of the Empire City meeting bringing witli him jockey Lyke LykeAs As soon as it is possible to set a definite date for the opening it is likely that there will be a considerable movement of stables here front tlie east to reinforce the large number already here

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