All Set At Fair Latonia: Splendid Racing Card for the Meetings Opening Day.; Post Positions and Riders in the Inaugural Handicap and Clipsetta Stakes., Daily Racing Form, 1921-06-04


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ALL SET AT FAIR LATONIA Splendid Racing Card for the Meetings Opening Day Post Positions and Riders in the theInaugural Inaugural Handicap and andClipsetta Clipsetta Stakes LATONIA Ky June 3 Tomorrow Latonia in ¬ augurates its thirtyone days mooting under the auspices of the Kentucky Jockey Club witii every indication that it will be in every respect up to the standard of the best that has gone before An abundance of horses exceeding 1000 are available to take part in the sport and a reflection of the good class ones that can bo mustered into action is exemplified in the splendid opening day program programJudging Judging by the advance guard here here will be a generous patronage daily at the track and as Latonia has adjacent to it or within oasy reaching distance a population of nearly 5000000 there is every prospect that the attendance will not slump as the meeting progresses Usually it has been the order here for the crowds to increase as the meeting progresses progressesThe The rofurbished plant presents a pleasing and spickandspan appearance Those who formerly visited here will hardly recognize the same racing ground The additional space provided as the result of many improvements will conduce to less crowd ¬ ing and more comfort for the patrons in nthlHHm to affording them better opportunities for viewing the sport The remodeling of the clubhouse and instal ¬ lation there of numerous features will appeal to the exclusive set and already is this indicated by the many applications for membership by many prominent persons who formerly were only occa ¬ sional visitors at the course courseThe The Inaugural Handicap and the Clipsetta Stakes each of which has 5000 added divide attention of the opening Both fixtures bring to the post the best in these parts the Inaugural is a contest for horses of threeyearolds and over and the Clip ¬ setta filliesThe exclusively for twoyearold fillies The latter has among those named to start the seemingly invincible Moutfort Jones pair Miss Joy and Fair Phantom Miss Joy could have been an easy winner of the Spring Trial Stakes at Louis ¬ ville won by her stable mate Fair Phantom but lier owner had declared to win with Fair Phantom the object in view was the saving of a penalty on Miss Joy for tomorrows race The pair appear the logical favorites but Dream of Allah Omnip ¬ otent backersThe and Staftle will not be lacking their backers The post positions and the jockeys who will rido the different starters in the Clipsetta Stakes follow 1 Linn Clark F Smith t2 Miss Joy F Koogh 3 Omnipotent J Francis f1 Pair Phantom E Pool T Dream of Allah J Butwell 0 Startle W Lilley 7 Aloft T Murray 8 Martha Fallon none entryThere named tMontfort Jones entry There are twelve starters named for the Inaugural with prospects of all going to the post Their positions at the barriers and the jockeys who will pilot them follow 1 High Command 110 J Howard 2 Ginger 110 T Murray 3 Rangoon 103 F Keogh 4 Marjorie Hynes 107 J Kederis t Busy Signal 120 C Thompson F Bread Man 100 no rider named 7 Sway 10S N Barrett 8 Wood trap 114 A Pickens 9 Midway 102 F Smith l ands of Pleasure 103 E Pool 11 Dancing Snr y 99 L Canfield 12 Best Pal 118 J Butwell K IJ Bradley entry entryF F KEOGH TO HIDE MISS JOY JOYDue Due to suspension of Mack Garner and Walter Taylor trainer J C Milam invaded the East in an effort to get a suitable jockey for Miss Joy in the Clipsetta Stakes and as a result Frank Keogh will be here to pilot her This rider also will have the mount on Rangoon in the Inaugural Handicap HandicapDespite Despite the fact that the Latonia track appears a bit deep in dust horfes have been working un ¬ usually fast over it Track superintendent Charles Nolte worked his crew on it the greater part of liist night but says that a good rain will do it more good than anything else elseWord Word was received this morning from Will Mc Daniols that he would ship Exterminator and two others owned by Willis Sharpe Kilmer to Jill all stake engagements and take part in the racing here Exterminator is in the Enquirer Handicap at a mile and a sixteenth 5000 added to be run June 18 also in the Independence Handicap at one and one half miles 15000 added July 4 Daniel Buoue Handicap 10000 one and threesixteenths miles July 9 9Eight Eight of the ten members of the R J Walden stable which came here from Maryland are two yearolds The other two are the threeyearolds Dark Horse and Fallacy The twoyearold con ¬ tingent is made up of Vitaman b c by Transvaal Incognita Little Black Sheep b f by Transvaal Hesitating Hysteria br f by Transvaal Tick oletto Reliability b f by Transvaal Dependable Mooresque b f by Transvaal Alhambra Lady Acton b f by Transvaal Belle Acton Wise Lady cli f by Suffragist Miss Orbed and Smiling Lad ch c by SulTragist Smiling Maiden MaidenJ J B Rospress will begin his 1921 campaign at Latonia with thirteen horses in active training His twoyearold representation is lighter than usual as he lias only four youngsters ready for the local meeting They are Bonnie Crest bay filly by Dick Welles Some Kid bay filly by Dick Welles Jennie Gcddes bay filly by The Manager Amazon and a chestnut colt by Rockview Orlo II The names for the latter three have not been registered by their owner The older horses in the Respess string are Makeup Bullion Lord Wrack Dimples Shipmate By Ginger Jack Weaver Mc Goodwin and China Doll McGoodwin is owned by John Hachmeister while China Doll is the property of Elmer Price Jockey W Morrissey will do the stable riding for Respess RespessGene Gene Bury purchased the plater Arch Plotter from Pat Kneblekamp today todayJockey Jockey Arthur Pickens is affiliated with the E L Fitzgerald establishment for which he rode throughout the winter at Havana Pickens has boon at Latonia siiice the Cuban season closed

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