Kentuckys Autumn Racing: Dates for Lexington, Latonia and Churchill Downs Allotted.; Fall Campaign Reduced in Length from Last Year--List of Richly Endowed Stakes Provided., Daily Racing Form, 1919-07-10


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KENTUCKYS AUTUMN RACING Dates for Lexington Latonia and Churchill Downs Allotted i Lengthi Fall Campaign Reduced in Length from Last Year List of Richly RichlyEndowed Endowed Stakes Provided LEXINGTON Ky July 9 The Kentucky State Racing Commission chairman Johnson N Camden judge Allie W Young and Messrs T A Combs and J O Keene present met here today and allotted dates as follows for fall racing the total number of days being thirty eight eightLexington Lexington Saturday September 13 to Saturday September daysLatonia 20 seven days Latonia Wednesday September 24 to Saturday October daysLouisville 18 twenty two days Louisville Churchill Downs Thursday October 23 to Saturday November 1 nine days daysIn In addition to the Breeders Futurity at Lexington and the Latonia Championship Stakes and Queen City Handicap at Latonia which already have been closed the following stakes to be decided in the fall were sanctioned sanctionedAt At Lexington Lexington Cup Handicap 5000 added for threeyearolds and over one and one half miles milesAt At Latonia Latonia Handicap 5000 added for threeyearolds and over one mile and a sixteenth sixteenthFort Fort Thomas Handicap 4000 added for two yearolds threequartersAutumn and over threequarters Autumn Handicap 5000 added for threeyear olds threequartersLatonia and over threequarters Latonia Cup 750JJ added a handicap for three yearolds and overi w miles and a quarter Twin City Handicap 5000 added for three yearolds one and fiveeighths of a mile mileAt At Churchill Downs Falls City Handicap 4000 added for threeyearolds and 6ver one and one sixteenth miles milesGolden Golden Rod Handicap 4000 added for two yearolds one mile mileLouisville Louisville Cup 5000 added handicap for three yearolds and over two miles milesThomas Thomas Hodge trainer was reinstated and put in good standing upon the turf Jockey G Leeds was ruled off the turf for alleged rough riding and fraud fraudAll All trainers and jockeys recommended by the li ¬ cense committee were granted licenses A list was not given to the press The pressThe following new rules were offered offeredResolved Resolved that all persons during their sus ¬ pension shall not be allowed upon the race tracks at any suspensionResolved time during said suspension Resolved that the Jockey Club give a maiden jockey race each week weekThe The meeting adjourned to meet subject to the call of the chairman

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