Fair Latonia: Daily Turf Gossip at Noted Kentucky Track, Daily Racing Form, 1924-06-27


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FAIR LATONIA" DAILY TURF GOSSIP AT NOTED KENTUCKY TRACK . . LATONIA, Ky., June 26. Charles H. Marvin and William Woodard, representing the Thoroughbred Horse Association have departed for Hamilton, Ontario, to make a drive for .membership among the owners racing on Canadian tracks. Tom Brown, who served as clerk of the scales at the recent Omaha meeting, was an arrival today. He reported that a cyclone that visited the race track last Monday unroofed one of the barns and caused the instant death of four horses. The latter were Pomdapcur and John Arbor, the property of Elander Bros.; Bridgette, owned by C. Thurman, and Mountaineer, owned by E. Bradford. In the first race Hickey Bros., part owners of the hcrse Mill Boy, lodged a claim for the horse Queer, but it was declared invalid by the stewards on the ground that the claim was not made in accordance with the registered ownership, Hickey Bros. and Slade. In the earlier part of the meeting "Williams Bros, made a claim under similar circumstances and it also was declared invalid. To be valid all owners of a horse must be included in the claim.

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