view raw text
| LATONIA NOTES I.ATONIA, Ky., June 12. George Kirk, owner of Take a Chance, winner of the Bashford Manor Stakes, arriv. d from New York. Billy Qarta has arranged to transfer the stable of K. B. McLean to the Coney Island I track at the conclusion of the I.aonia m«*et- I ing. Jack MclMierson will also send his : table to the new track to race. Jockey P. Grosser has joined forces with the Parkview Stable of Mrs. G. B. Cox. The stewards hand-d down the following notice today : "Trainers will be held respr.r.-sibli- for the equipment carried by their boraaf which must correspond with the equipment sh.iwn on entry blanks. All trainers will be fined who violate this rule." The extensive racing eatahttahrnavt of Senator J. X. Camden, which made liberal nominations to the various sakes to be run at Hawthorne, will be shipped to the Chicago track at the conclusion of the I.atMiia m . t-ing. Among the hatter class oiks to be sent will be Rothermel, Kitty Iat, Dudley. Graeme, and Mary Kink ad. the latter a winner of the CUpWtta stakes. Trainer 1. K. Stewart will send about six of the stables boraea to Racetaael to race at that meetlntr. Jockey D. kferajler*a eeatract with the ■table of s. X. Hohnan has expired and he has signed to ride fur tin; J. x. Camden Stable. Jockey B. Harvey cancelled his mouns this afternoon on account of a slight illn an, .Ma:sillon, two-y.ar-olil in the si;:Ue of J. X. Camden, will be Bred for knee trouble. Joeepfa Hleatl r potted that his man- Pea-alty had Coaled a filly by vVhlakaway. g. Nod was taken anddenly in in the lockey room. He showed a temperature, of 104 and was rushed to his home.