Latonia Turf Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1928-06-21


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T LATONIA TURF NOTES ! g, 1 -LATONIA, Ky., June 20. Jockey Tommy Root resumed riding and apprentice Daniel Hardy had his first mount of the meeting today. Patsy Freeman, former rider who spent a number of years in the saddle abroad, is in receipt of word from Eugene Leigh to the effect that the latter will visit this country in August. Former Senator Charles Hubbard and Dr. Sherrill, brother of the city manager of Cincinnati, were among todays visitors from Louisville. Carneal Kinkead, former city commissioner, in company with James T. Looney, horseman, came up from Lexington. R. L. Baker has decided to make his first invasion of Raceland during the coming meeting and will ship his entire stable to that course at the close of the Latonia racing. Jockey R. Cheatham suffered Blight injuries about the neck and head in a fall from Clcora shortly after the finish of the opening race which he won, and cancelled his remaining engagements. George V. Barnes, who has been ill for a few days, arrived from Louisville and was at the track this morning. Presiding steward Charles F. Price and steward Elijah Hogg were absent from the stand today. The former was forced to remain at his hotel due to illness, while the latter was called away on business. — andZ

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