Fair Latonia: Daily Turf Gossip at Noted Kentucky Track, Daily Racing Form, 1924-06-24


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FAIR LATONIA DAILY TURF GOSSIP AT NOTED KENTUCKY TRACK LATONIA, Ky., June 23. F. Horn, who rode at Tijuana last winter, has been given a jockey license. C. Bruce Head came over from his home near Louisville to witness Altawood race in the Preliminary Derby. Arthur Board and R. F. Warfield came over from Louisville to see the formers Bourbon Boy perform in the Derby Preliminary. James P. Ross, track superintendent of the Havre de Grace track, stopped over at Latonia for a days racing. He was en route to his former home in Lexington. J. W. Potter, of Mobile, Ala., whose horses have been shipped to Hawthorne, Chicago, where they will be campaigned, stopped over for a few days to witness the racing here before going to Chicago. Evelyn, the Jefferson Livingston stables | main hope in the Cincinnati Trophy, has developed a bad knee, and Will have to be fired and turned out. Bob Gilmores aged horse Touneed has i been sold to Courtney Forsythe, of Louis- j j ville, and shipped to the- Prince of Wales ranch in Alberta, Canada, which he will be bred to a number of the Princes pole mares. Mrs. R. M. Hoots, owner of Black Gold, accompanied by her son, arrived Saturday night from her home in Tulsa, Okla., for the purpose of seeing her colt start in the Latonia Derby. Mrs. Hoots disdained registering at any of the fashionable Cincinnati hotels, preferring to secure quarters in an humble home near the race track. a

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