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1 LAT0NIA TURF NOTES 4 and Former jockey Willie Hinphy arrived from Chicago. He brought his good three-year-old filly Dark Woman, which he will point for the Latonia Oaks, to be run Saturday, July 6. The daughter of Bull Dog and Gentle Woman has performed creditably against the best of her age, and while not as successful as expected, her performances were far from being mediocre. Hinphy, being one of the shrewedest conditioners of the younger generation of trainers, apparently embraces the hope that his charge has enough class to successfully match strides with the best [ of her age and sex, which will meet in the closing day feature. Jockey J. King, who has been engaged to ride Late Date in the Enquirer Handicap, is expected to arrive here Saturday morning. Trainer Aaron Frost, who has charge ol J the Brentwood Stable horses, is a native ol | Covington, Ky. He was rather pleased with the result of Late Dates victory in the Inaugural Handicap, she being the first horse he had saddled at the Latonia track. Frost is anxious to duplicate his victory in the Enquirer Handicap Saturday.