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! 1 ; • 4 : c n " ■ j v I j g *j ■ ■ I * J " .. . it t . . " 5 1 J , . I j n J - 4 • j in i le i- .n ia r- se id Air ir n- for or and id as of of ny x- re ed in- in in n- rk lo- lo- an an gh sev- iv- ish LATONIA TURF NOTES 1 — tl LATONIA, Ky., June 11. Jockeys R. Reeves and D. O. Hardy re-. covered their riding tack which was removed from the Hukill barn last week. The equipment was in a sack lying at the tack l door, when the stable employes came to * work this morning. I W. E. Smiths highly regarded Cincinnati ! Trophy candidate, Wise Talk, breezed three-quarters in 1:19%. She was accompanied by r Sally Smith, an eligible for the Clipsetta, but she dropped out of it after three-eighths. : Aidrie Lass, which carried W. E. Simms colors into fourth place in the Ashland Oaks, went a handy three-quarters in 1:17%. She 2 covered the half mile in :50. Jockey R. O. Cheatham, who was injured i during the Beulah Park meeting, has fully F recovered from his injuries and will start galloping horses for Smith Baker tomorrow v , morning. I Col. R. L. Baker was a visitor from his 3 Lexington home. . R. "Whitey" Maher, old time jockey, and a who now makes his home at Dayton, Ohio, , was a visitor at the track. It was the first t ] time in sixteen years that he has been at t | Latonia. John McShane motored to Bainbridge for I several days of racing, and expects to return the latter part of the week. J. B. Respess, Jr., will supervise the breaking of the twenty-seven yearlings at High-s J- land Farm. He expects to take up the e . youngsters, many of which Mr. Respess has ;s received flattering offers for, about July 1. S* , C. Gregory is due from Bainbridge Park k with All Hail and On the Air, both winners •s at that meeting, and two others. J. J. Flanigan notified Charles Nolte, track k superintendent, that he would be here the e first of the week with seven horses. Foundations for the two new barns w ire ,„ e completed today, and when they settle the frame work will be started. With only two v/eeks to have them ready for occupancy, f there was a large force of workmen busy y in an effort to complete their tasks, The public address system, which arrived .H from Churchill Downs, has been installed t- and workmen were busy erecting the en-al unciators. With the loud speakers in place, e, W. Galvin will give it a trial. If any changes ;s are necessary they can be made before the opening of the meeting. J. B. Respess came from his Highland id Stock Farm to witness a majority of the ie twenty-five horses Henry Forrest is training lS for him workout. The older brigade was is sent a mile, while Busy Monarch, a Latonia ia Derby candidate, breezed a half in :51. 1 Grand Champion, an eligible for the Cincin-ne 5 nati Trophy, which has recently recovered from bucked shins, went an easy three-ys e- eighths, as did Nanice, Busy Bright and ld Twilight Girl, all named for the Clipsetta ta Stakes. W. C. Courtney and W. C. Courtney, Jr., r-. came from their* home in Hamilton County, Y Ohio, to inspect the horses H. Van Elliott is training for them. All are two-year-olds and id will be seen under colors during the coming ig meeting. Johnny Daniels arranged quarters for ° Bachelor Romance and Bachelor Miss, which Charles Houbre campaigned at Bainbridge ge Park for the Southland Stable, and Fortune, ie, which is due from Washington Park. The |je latter was turned over to Al Sacre for the Aurora and Washington Park meetings .They are maiden three-year-olds.