Anent Fleischmanns Retirement., Daily Racing Form, 1907-03-07


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- ~ . il ANENT FLEISCHMANNS RETIREMENT. In the course of its account of the election of officials for the La Ionia Jockey Club for I he ensuing year, the Cincinnati Enquirer says: "The retirement of Mr. Julius Fleischniann is unfortunate for the Western turf, as men of his eaTilter and repu-i a lion are needed to give the apart a tone. Mr. Fleisehmann served two teims as president, and while holding that office he opposed continuous racing, and steadfastly advocated higher class racing, over a year ago it was rumored that he had resigned, as his ideas were not carried out by the Latiiiia Jockey Club. He did not resign, and so that story fell by the wayside. "By laving aside the presidency of the Latonia Jockey Club Mr. Fleischniann has practically wiped i,in all of his turf connections, Pour years ago his colors were seen for the last time, but ho siill cherished a lively interest in the doings of the thoroughbred. The Fleischniann trophy: a beautiful cup. has been donated annually by him lo the La-loiiia lackey Club for a two year old stake, the richest of the meeting. Mr. Fleiscliniann is also a mem her of the Board of Appeals of the American Turf Association. Whether he has resigned that houoiiiv position is not known, as he is now in the far west. "lite selection of John Hachmeister as director and treasurer has caused a general belief that the Delia syndicate is in control of the affairs of the Latonia Jockey Club. Mr. Hachnieister holds a similar position with the holding ipany of the two Louisville bracks, representing Cella and Con ""•" I ,

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