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COMMON RACERS IN ACTION v 4 i Day at Latonia Devoted to the Humble Grade of Horses. Jane Pennybaker a Surprise in the Feature Race of the Day Dark Hill Wins. 1 LATONIA, Ky., September 20. A tlirillinfi riding duel between jockeys Murray :ml Robinson, the two pronounced rivals for this years riding honors, de-viloioil with the running of todays feature race, a mill dash for a purse of ,200. Murray triumphed and landed Jane Ponnybnker tUn victress by a nose from Madge F.. KoHinson had the mount. Iwln brought up t!MIih1 place. Tliu latter was proliJdy iest, but she suffered keenly from being vrut off in the early running, and was forced to come wide into the stretch. Tin: victory of Jane Fenny-baker was in the nature of a surprise to those outside of her immediate connections, for in recent racing she lias shown nothing startling, and the mile distance was considered to be against her. Todays racing was featured by many close finishes and furnished exciting sport, even if there was nn absence of the better grade of racers in the various dashes. Surprises were again numerous, and several of the winners developing from unexpected quarters. The race in which maiden jockeys sported silks held considerable interest, and the winner, Redstart, scored a lucky victory, due largely to his riders diligent work. Lucile P. anil Ellison were the pair that were the best horses in the race, and under equal conditions would have fought it out. Dark Hills .success came as a result of Boyles superior ride over Bolton, astride Mahony. Dark Hill got up. in the last stride and was the Jongnst priced winner of the many during theitf teriibonr Sentimental has been liought on private terms by P. M. Rnwson from J. 11. Respess. Todays sittendance was surprisingly large and outnumbered that of yesterday. The entry of the horse Hauberk having been refused for the Havre de Grace meeting because of inconsistent racing, his entry at Latonia has been denied until the expiration of the ruling.