Delivered in Latonia Derby, Daily Racing Form, 1932-06-04


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, . i . . • j DELIVERED IN LATONIA DERBY LATONIA, Ky., June 3.— Delivered, a son of Lee O. Cotner and Guaranteed, which carried the colors of William F. Knebel-kamp, Louisville baseball club owner, to victory in the 1931 renewal of the Queen City Handicap at Latonia, is eligible for the Latonia Derby. Delivered, which went amiss while preparing for the Kentucky Derby, is training in good fashion, according to former jockey Claude Hunt, who has seventeen horses at Bainbridge Park for the Louisville sports- man. Hoops, which carried the Knebelkamp colors in the Kentucky Derby, was not named for the Latonia classic, but he was nominated for the Quickstep Handicap. Knebelkamp also made the two-year-old Auf Weidersehn eligible for the Cincinnati Trophy. The Knebelkamp horses will ar- rive at Latonia a week before the opening and Delivered will receive his final prepara- tions for the twelve furlongs test, over the track where he achieved his most notable triumph. . ... -

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