Fair Latonia: Daily Turf Gossip at Noted Kentucky Track, Daily Racing Form, 1924-06-29


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FAIR LATONIA DAILY TURF GOSSIP AT NOTED KENTUCKY TRACK LATONIA, Ky., June 28. An attempt will be made to save Pearl Mesta for breeding purposes. E. R. Bradley sold privately to Lloyd Gentry the colt Bright Tomorrow. W. Dondas returned Saturday from Omaha where he had charge of the mutuel department. Johnson N. Camden brought a party of friends from Versailles to be on hand to witness the Derby running. Congressman Arthur B. Rouse, a staunch friend and admirer of the thoroughbred racer, was among the interested spectators. Polo Ground was an object of interest to owners in the paddock before the Derby. He will be shipped back to New York Sunday. Anderson and Kendel have had several offers for their crack two-year-old colt An-nihilator. The most recent one was 5,000, which they turned down. Jockey Babin, under contract to Max Hirsch, came from New York to ride Polo Ground in the derby and departed Saturday night for the East. There were a number of departures for Chicago Saturday night. Most of them were Chicagoans, -who had been visiting here since the opening of the Kentucky season and intend to be on hand for the opening of the Hawthorne meeting.

Persistent Link: https://drf.uky.edu/catalog/1920s/drf1924062901/drf1924062901_16_2
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Library of Congress Record: https://lccn.loc.gov/unk82075800