Latest Racing Gossip from Latonia, Daily Racing Form, 1923-10-07


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LATEST RACING GOSSIP FROM LATONIA A. C Bostwlck shipped Spot Cash and Shufflo Along to Laurel tonight. Trainer Davo Lcary will ship Knobble back to Now York tomorrow. ; Jockeys Kummcr, CoUUcttI, Corcoran, Callahan, Murlnclli, Sando and Moonoy returned East tonight. S. N. Ilolman bought Burnt Orango and Businesslike, from li It. Bradley at a coat o 4,000 for Uio pair. John Conoy, Judgo McDonald and Thomas Kavanaugh wcro among tho visitors from Chicago. W. J. Salmon, owner of Vigil, was also included among todays visitors from New .York. William J. McMurray, Harry IX. Williams and John I. Day wcro among tho visitors rom New York City to witness the race. Jockey E. Pool had to suspend riding for tho remainder of tho afternoon after dismounting from Bclzonl on account of illness. Tho Chicago special, comprising eight Pullmans, arrived early this morning. It carried about 100 racing fans from tho "Windy City." Jockey J. Heupcl, who received injuries when ho was thrown in a raco Friday, was forced to cancel his engagement to ride Actuary in the Kentucky Special. Trainer James Rowo decided on shipping Enchantment back to Maryland and tho colt Will leave tomorrow morning in a private car to rejoin tho Whitney horses at Laurel. Among the noted visitors who came from New York wcro II. P. Whitney and Lawrence J. Watcrbury. who arrived on. the Whitney privato car. They will go to Lexington tonight Jack Baker, trainer of Audacious, decided that his horso was not fit to compete in the pig race, duo to tho fact that ho ran away after his workout Friday, and withdrew the horso from tho list of starters. John W. Schorr, who was extensively Identified with racing several years ago, was among todays visitors. Ho stated that he contemplated a return to racing soon, as his business affairs were in such good shape that bo could sparo tho time to devoto to the Sport. Flower Shop was claimed by McCowan and Jones from the first race at a cost of ,900. Permission has been granted by the Latonia management for the use of the Latonia paddock on October 22 for the sale of the C. T. Worthington horses, which includes Worth-more, winner of the Breeders Futurity. Visitors from out of town who came to Witness the big raco were more numerous than have ever been drawn to Latonia by any other turf event They came from the far West and tho South and every point of tho compass. Special trains were run from Chicago, Louisville and other adjacent cities, whilo the regular trains from the East and all other points that arrived today were packed with the racing enthusiasts.

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