Fair Latonia: Daily Turf Gossip at Noted Kentucky Track, Daily Racing Form, 1924-06-26


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FAIR LATONIA -DAILY TURF GOSSIP AT NOTED KENTUCKY TRACK LATONIA, Ky., June 25. John Hachmeister, former manager of the Latonia and Douglas Park tracks, arrived today for a short visit. Pete Coyne announced today that he would ship his entire stable to Hawthorne at the close of the Latonia meeting. I. B. Fitzgerald shipped his racers to Hawthorne where they will be campaigned during the coming meeting beginning July 3. Jockeys J. Corcoran and J. Heupel were each suspended for three days by the starter for disobedience at the post in the sixth race Tuesday. Colonel Winn received a telegram today from J. E. Madden stating that Polo Ground had been shipped to Latonia to start in the Derby. J. N. Camden sold Clarence, a three-year-old, by Light Brigade-Hermosa, to Mose Goldblatt on private terms, and the colt started today in the fourth race in his new owners colors. The reported decision of Sam Hildreth not to send either Mad Play or Bracadale. to start in the Latonia Derby, reduces the prospective field that will be named for next Saturdays 0,000 stake, but the absence from the contest of the Rancocas Stables stars will not dim the luster of the event or lessen the public interest

Persistent Link: https://drf.uky.edu/catalog/1920s/drf1924062601/drf1924062601_12_6
Local Identifier: drf1924062601_12_6
Library of Congress Record: https://lccn.loc.gov/unk82075800