Latonia Turf Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1927-06-30


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LATONIA TURF NOTES J s : LATONIA, Ky., June 20. Trainer A. Baker has arranged to send a carload of horses to Lincoln Fields Thursday in charge of E. J. Doherty. The shipment will include the good three-year-old Dinner Dance, which is an intended starter in the Crete Handicap, stellar attraction of Saturdays opening program, at the Chicago track. Dent Smith will leave here Friday night to have the mount of the son of High Time and Tripping. The Idle Hour Farm Stables Bewithus suffered a bruised heel in his race yesterday and will probably be on the" shelf for some time. R. C. Frank has decided to ship his entire stable to Raceland after the close of the Latonia meeting. One of the leading stables going from here to Raceland is that of H. P. Whitney and M. Goldblatt. Trainer Goldblatt will have more than a score of horses for racing through that meeting. The stable of Dan .Lehan includes twelve horses and it to be transferred to Lincoln Fields next Tuesday or Wednesday. C. W. Reidinger has decided to take in the Lincoln Fields meeting and next week will take Caractus, Orman and the two-year-old Graymont to the Crete track. The final condition book covering the period from July 4 to July 9 made its appearance Wednesday. The initial issue of the book of conditions for the coming Lincoln Fields, meeting has been in great demand here, a big supply having been -exhausted yesterday. A great majority of the better grade stables here are assured for the Crete meeting. Hurley and James Meyer, brothers, who at Ume have ridden for the Idle Hour Farm Stable of Col. E. R. Bradley, today were released by the stable. Their contracts were cancelled and they are free to sign with anyone they choose. The Idle Hour Farms Belgenland pulled up slightly lamed following his fast workout Tuesday. The injury is not of a serious nature, and trainer H. Jl Thompson is hopeful of being able to keep the colt in training. The horses of Mrs. L. Burg, which for several weeks have been in charge of A. V. Thomas, have been returned to Cecil Knight for future training. W. W. Taylor today sent H. P. Headleys Almadel and Sandy Lady to Beaumont Farm to be turned out. ! Tommy Root, whose contract was purchased by Mose Goldblatt several weeks ago, i will rejoin the Goldblatt stable here next Tuesday. Root will do the stable riding during the Raceland meeting. Jockey "Chick" Lang resumed riding during the afternoon. Fred Burton, who is in charge of the jockeys quarters at Churchill Downs, Latonia and Lincoln Fields, will depart Thursday night for the latter track. James Hoff-ler will assume duties for the balance of the Latonia meeting.

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