Approve Kentucky Dates: Commission Sanctions Schedule Agreed Upon-Take Drastic Action in Troxler Case, Daily Racing Form, 1924-11-29


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APPROVE KENTUCKY DATES Commission Sanctions Schedule Agreed Upon Take Drastic Action in Troxler Case. LOUISVILLE, Ivy., Nov. 2S. At a meeting of the State Racing Commission, held today in the directors room of the Kentucky Jockey Club, dates for 1925, as agreed upon by the four representatives of Kentucky associations, were approved. Senator Combs, chairman of the commission, presided and the only absent memoer of the Kentucky turf governing body was Polk Lafoon. Those in attendance at the meeting were Colonel Matt J. Winn anu Colonel Andrew Vennie, representing the Kentucky Jockey Club; T. C. Bradley, manager of the Kentucky Associtaion, and J. O. Keene, general manager of the Tri-State Fair and Racing Association, which operates the Raceland plant. The Kentucky State Racing Commission today took drastic action against J. J. Troxler, owner and trainer of the two-year-old King Naui, for his inconsistent running at the Lexington course on the closing day of the fall season last Saturday. The commission decided not to approve Troxlers license for 1925. While no oificial statement was issued, i.orsemen said to ce in the. know took it for granted that the inconsistency of King Nadi was responsible for ine action taken. Prior to his victory on tne closing day of the Lexington meeting King jaui was bauiy beaten by Tilka, Deeming, Great Rock and Lass o Mine and quit to a walk after showing speed for a quarter of a mile only. Following his victory on Saturday the stewards called trainer Troxler into the stand and, while no action was taken, it was said that the form somersault had been referred to the commission.

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