Latonia Turf Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1924-09-16


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I LATONIA TURF NOTES LATONIA, Ky., Sept. 15. Jockey E. Blind, one of the E. R. Bradley stable riders, was another arrival from New York. Joe Dominick is one of the old-time rider! and will ride for the stable of S. N. Holmar and can make 10G pounds. Jockey M. Garner and Earl Pool, who had mounts in the Belmont Futurity, returned here this afternoon. There were numerous Chicago visitors foi the opening, including, among others, Josept E. Bidwell and Frank Curry. J. K. L. Ross has arranged to winter a big band, probably numbering fifty horses, a! Churchill Downs, where some of his extensive stable will be raced this fall. Jockey August Yerrat who rode as a free lance all summer on the smaller ipid-western tracks, has rejoined the stable of his contract employer, J. H. Moody. United States Senator Richard P. Ernst and United States Congressman Arthur B. Rouse, both of this district, were among the interested visitors for the opening. J. N. Camden, former chairman of the Kentucky State Racing Commission and the present president of the Kentucky Jockey Club, was a visitor for the opening. The division of the H. P. Headley stable that had been raced in New York in charge of "W. Buford arrived Saturday. The shipmenl included Rural Route and eight other horses Jockey W. Fronk, under contract to Har-ned Bros. and Jones, was among the arrivals. He will not be able to accept mounts al Latonia until next Thursday due to his having been suspended for fivo days at Aurora, Thursday. G. M. Burton reached here with two horses from Lexington and E. Davis got in from Toledo with a stable of four that included Quince King and Quince Bud, both two-year-olds and Ethel K. and San San, three-year-olds. The twelve horses owned by Mrs. Carolina Cox, to be raced under the nom de course of the Parkview Stable, will reach here some time next week from New York. They will be trained by former jockey Roscoe Goose. They are to be wintered at Churchill Downs after the conclusion of Kentucky racing. The license committee of the Kentucky State Racing Commission at its meeting approved of a number of applications for trainers and jockeys licenses. The following were issued for trainer: E. "W. Newman, C. "W. Moore, Ed Troxler, Geo. Arvin, J. C. Shea, B. J. Brannon, J. S. Middleton, Bert John and T E. Keating. Jockeys : Joe. Dominick, E Kummer and "W. Crump. James E. McClung employed by Dan E. Stewart and IC Hoagland under contract to M. Goldblatt, were given apprentice licenses. Bert John was approved as authorized agent for J. "W. Marchbank; F. A. Gailor, for Harned Bros. and Jones and Smith G. Baker for R. L. Baker. Tho eleven horses that Dick Thompson raced for E. R. Bradley in the East during the summer were arrivals and unleaded without incident during the morning. Owner Bradley is now in New York and contemplates returriing here by Thursday. Eugene "W. Bury was a visitor this afternoon, en route from Canada to Memphis, Tenn. He will serve as racing secretary at the meeting that opens at Memphis September 20 and runs to the 26th. He announced that purses of 00 and 00 would be offered and that a ,000 Derby would feature the meeting. r

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