Latonia Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1924-10-07


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1 j I LAT0N1A NOTES LATONIA, Ky., OcL 6. ! J. C. Ferriss came from Aurora, 111. C. R. Anderson has secured first call on I jockey J. A. Mooney. i Jockey Newton Barrett was an arrival to-jday and will soon start accepting mounts, i Quite a number of stables were unloaded Sunday morning from Aurora, 111., where the . meeting closed Saturday. Francis P. Dunne, -who served in an official capacity at both the Hawthorne and Aurora meetings, was a visitor. Gene Elrood, who has been confined to his home for over ten days with illness, was able to resume his duties today. One of the most important events of the week will be the weeding out auction sale of tho Desha Breckinridge and Caimito Stables. A total of fifteen horses, including Braedal-J x bane, will be auctioned off by S. C. Nuckols in the Latonia paddock next Friday; Tijuana will be, the first of the winter tracks to attract shipments of horses from Latonia. Terry OMalley, who is representing the Tijuana track, has arranged lor a special train of seven cars to leave Latonia October 20. The shipment will comprise the stables of Ii- L. Baker, J. W. Marchbank, C. H. Shilling, J. B. Cloher, C. Van Dusen, C. E. Moore and the International Stable, which has twenty-eight horses for winter racing on the coast.

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