Lively Days At Latonia: Bustle and Hustle the Order in Getting Ready for Racing.; Two-Year-Old Fillies Work Fast for the Clipsetta Stakes--Many Horses Arrive., Daily Racing Form, 1921-06-03


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LIVELY DAYS AT LATONIA Bustle and Hustle the Order In Getting Ready for Racing TwoYearOld Fillies Work Fast Fastfor for the Clipsetta Stakes Many Horses Arrive LATONIA Ky Juno 2 Activity prevailed at the Latonia race track from daylight until dark today more horses arriving from various points While a couple of hundred were out for exercise gallops Intense heat had no effect upon the horsemen and they were busy at all times The track was at its best and a number of fast trials were turned in Mrtst of those were by two yearold fillies working for the 5000 added CIIp setta Stakes to be run on Saturday SaturdayAnother Another twentycar freight special came from Louisville this morning and among the stables on it were F J Kolley seven W L Lewis five Nugent Bros nine John C Ferris sixteen A Baker fifteen Kinney Pitt three 15 J Prannon thirteen Mrs II Dattuer six A Luzader two T C McDowell nineteen Roy Williams three It J Gilmore two James Everman twelve Walter Grater one Tom Devereaux three threeSoon Soon after the arrival of this rpecial the main maindivision division of the E R Bradley stable including the theKentucky Kentucky Derby winner and Black Servant came in inby by MtprpsjriTom the Falls City The Montfort Jones J N Camden and one carload of Will Perkins horses also came via express dur ¬ ing the day dayE E L Fitzgeralds stable which has been at La tonia since soon after the close of the Havana meeting is made up nine horses They are Sirocco Different Eyes Indian Chant Ilomam Peasant Nepo and three twoyearolds Pacifier Brother John and Ruralist RuralistFormer Former jockey John Morris who has been first assistant to trainer J C Milam for years was taken from Louisville to Lexington where he under ¬ went an operation for appendicitis His condition is said to be favorable favorableP P King and Chiunie Walsh two horses raced in the East for E E Mooar were brought here by J Mooney assistant trainer of the E R McLean stable stableRoscoe Roscoe Goose disposed of the twoyearold Car ¬ rie Raker by private sale before leaving Churchill Downs DownsA A F Dayton changed his plans and instead of shipping to Latonia from Louisville sent his horses to New York Ho has eight in his barn The veteran jockey Chris Miller went east with the Dayton horses horsesWalter Walter Parmer Tennessee breeder and exten ¬ sively identified with the Windsor Out race track was an arrival today todayFAST FAST SPRINTERS IN COVINGTON HANDICAP HANDICAPEntries Entries to the Covington Handicap to be run Sat ¬ urday closed today Sixteen of the best sprinters In the West were named for it This race will lie at threeiMiartcrs and will be for a purse of 1800 Weights and declarations are due tomorrow morning morningTrainer Trainer AVill Perkins has taken over the erratic Sam McMeekin which was recently barred from starting on the Kentucky track by the stewards While under Perkins care before this horse showed vast improvements in his post habits and he is hopeful of curbing him again In thu meanwhile lie will still he under the ban banStarter Starter A II Dades schooling list which was in effect at Louisville on the final day of the Churchill Downs meeting continues here It has thirteen horses on it a wonderfully small number considering the large amount of thoroughbred rac ¬ ing in these parts Washington II II Hewitts candidate for the 5 000 added Harold Stakes and which has not raced as yet showed a sparkling performance this morning when he worked fiveeighths of a mile in 100 He is a son of Uallot Hazzaza and stablo niateof the good filly Startle a stake winner at Lexington Incidentally she demonstrated today tliit she has all of her speed when she went five eighths of a mile in 100 tf also Omnipotent from the Williams Bros stable was another to work this distance in the same time this morning From the way the twoyearold fillies are working in preparation for the Clipsetta Stakes it is likely that an unusually large field will go to the post postMeml Meml ers of the racing fraternity oamo in from all directions today and tonight Many of them went to their homes from Louisville to rest for n few days Their presence is plainly noticeable now in the hotel lobbies in Cincinnati and most of the hotels report a larger reservation list than ever before beforeJockey Jockey Lyke came over from Louisville lie will be unable to ride for the first four days of the meet ing because of a suspension but will keep him ¬ self in condition by galloping horses in the mornings morningsJockey Jockey Newton Harriets injured ankle is mend ¬ ing rapidly but he still has to walk with a cane He expects to resume ridintf Saturday SaturdayRequests Requests for the stake dates from eastern owners and trainers are numerous and indications point to quite a f w of the turfmen from that section send ¬ ing horses here after the rich stake races racesJames James Rowo of the Harry Payne Whitney stable has nine stalls reserved at Latonia but he has not iinnotiHced his plans as to the date of his shipping any of bis charges West He said at I misville that he positively will have one or more representatives in the Latonia Derby on June 11

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