Latonia Turf Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1932-11-04


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1 LATONIA TURF NOTES T Jockey H. Tinker was suspended for five days for failure to prevent Grimace from causing much interference during the stretch run in the second race Wednesday. The fourth and final issue of conditions for the overnight races to be run during the final seven days of the meeting, was released Wednesday by racing secretary W. H. Shelley. Arthur B. Hancock, master of Claiborne Stud, is coming up from the farm for the Latonia Championship program Saturday. Brown Brutus, property of the estate of the late John B. Lowe, will be sold in the Latonia paddock Saturday noon. J. H. Moody is holding out high hopes for the five home-bred yearlings that will swing into action under T. E. Muellers Shadybrook Farm Stable next season. Divisions of J. O. Keenes Keeneland Stud may be sent to New Orleans and Miami for the winter. The Keene colors were seen at those winter racing centers last year. James Hukill returns to Lexington after the close of the Latonia meeting and will turn out several of the horses he is training for various owners. Hukill has six yearlings to break and train. At the close here Jesse Spencer returns to Lexington with the six horses he raced here. The stock will be turned out at his farm. Lon Jones is considering sending several two-year-olds to New Orleans, along with the C. H. Knebelkamp stable. Jones has twelve yearlings at his National Stock Farm, near Louisville, which will be broken during the winter. George Barnes will return to Louisville with the small stable he has at Latonia. After a rest at Barnesdale Farm, the older horses, along with three yearlings, will be placed in training at Churchill Downs. R. P. Brooks will winter at Churchill Downs. The horses he has here for B. O. Hickman and Louise J. Hickman will be sent to the Hickman farm. Following his old schedule, C. W. Moore returns to Lexington after this meeting for the winter. He has three yearlings to be broken and trained and probably will break several for other patrons. The horse A. Baker has here for R. L. Baker and for his own account, will be sent to the Kentucky Association track at Lexington at the end of this meeting. They will be turned out until spring, when they will be returned to training along with five yearlings, the property of R. L. Baker, and two home-breds of A. Baker. Frank Rector arrived from Chicago and will remain until the close of the meeting. C. H. Ferguson is shipping four horses to the Ferguson farm near Georgetown, Ky., after the end of this meeting. Ferguson has six yearlings that have been broken, which he will place in training along with the four he is turning out about February 1. William Hinphy plans on shipping Tad-caster to Jefferson Park after the close of this meeting.

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