Fair Latonia: Daily Turf Gossip at Noted Kentucky Track, Daily Racing Form, 1924-06-18


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I j J ] FAIR LATONIA DAILY TURF GOSSIP AT NOTED KENTUCKY TRACK LATONIA, Ky., June 17. Jockey D. McAuliffe, who was severely injured at Maple Heights, is fully recovered and has rejoined his contract employer, B. J. Brannon, at Latonia. R. D. Robscn, who lost Pretty Politician in a claiming race last Friday, has bought from R. C. Frakes Riviera, a two-year-old chestnut filly by Frizzle — Daisy Louise. Judge Charles F. Price, who has been suf-j fering with a slight illness at his home in l-iouisville for several days, is much improved and was able to resume his duties today. T. J. Pendergasts Parader ruptured the middle tendon of his right fore leg wi.ile running in Mondays third race, and in consequence will be away from racing for some time. A telegram was received today from Michael Fitzgerald at Richmond Hill, N. Y., requesting that Thomas Fitzgerald, supposed to be employed in some stable here, be noti-| fied of the death of his brother. Princess Doreen, winner of the American Coaching Club Oaks at Belmont Park, returned to Latonia- today in care of J. J. OMalley. The four-year-old Miss Cerina, now the property of the Audley Farm Stable, reached here in the same car.

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