Turf News of the Day at Latonia, Daily Racing Form, 1924-09-20


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TURF NEWS OF THE DAY AT LATONIA LATONIA, Ky., Sept 19. Dr. P. T. Vaughan, well known specialist, arrived from Hot Springs, Ark, for a short visit T. E. Mueller, owner of a stable racing here, who narrowly escaped drowning in the Ohio River opposite Louisville last Sunday, was among todays visitors. A. B. Gallaher, of the firm of Gallaher Brothers, who has been at the farm breaking yearlings, paid his first visit of the meeting to Latonia this afternoon. The second edition of the Latonia condition book covering the period from September to October was distributed today. Jockey J. A. Mooney, brother of jockey J. D. Mooney, arrived from Canada and will possibly ride for J. B. Respess. George Walker, trainer of the International stable of H. G. Shimp, reported that the stable has eleven highly regarded yearlings being broke at the Lexington track by Oscar Ryerson. Tho stewards excused Postillion from the fifth race on the plea of trainer Walker that the filly could not run to her best form on the soft track. Kit and Miss Meise were excused from their respective races for the same reason. Jockey D. Hum, who recently severed his connection with the stable of Gifford A. Cochran arrived today and will ride for the Idle Hour Stock Farm stable. Gallaher Brothers have sold Regalos first foal, a yearling filly by Light Brigade, to Jesse Spencer. The firm has only two yearlings at present these being a filly by Pennant Polly Prim and a filly by Delhi Gal-laxy, sister to Indian Trail. Eddie Thornton was included in todays arrivals. J. O. Keene, general manager of the Race-land track, was among the visitors.

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