Fair Latonia: Daily Turf Gossip at Noted Kentucky Track, Daily Racing Form, 1924-06-06


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FAIR LATONIA DAILY TURF GOSSIP AT NOTED KENTUCKY TRACK LATONIA, Ky., June 5. Sol Frankel, one of the most efficient messengers in the grandstand and whose home is in St. Louis, was stricken with paralyses during the afternoon and had to be conveyed 1 to a local hospital. His condition is said 1 to be serious. E. R. Bradley was advised this morning of [ the arrival of Beau Butler at Belmont Park, in good condition for his engagement in the I Belmont Stakes next Saturday. Barry Shannon, who is now in New York, will saddle the horse, and on the Monday following will 1 embark for England where he intends purchasing several fashionable bred mares to 5 add to Idle Hour Farm. Jockey Lyke will 1 leave tonight for New York to ride Beau i Butler. John McLaughlin, supervisor of Pari-mu-tuels, . who has been ill since the close at t Churchill Downs, was able to resume his s duties here today. The four-year-old filly, Corenne, which l started in the third race in the colors of C. . L. Dodson, was sold after the race to Vil- . Ham Schwartz. The crack colt Reputation was given a five-eighths gallop after the race, covering I the distance in 1 :02 handily. a

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