Good Racing At Latonia.: Sir Huon Comes Out In Fine Form And Sets A New Track Record.; Brewers Exchange Handicap Falls to Berwick, with His Stablemate Second--Mutuels and Auctions Continued., Daily Racing Form, 1908-06-21


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GOOD RACING AT LATONIA SIR HUON COMES OUT IN FINE FORM AND SETS A NEW TRACK RECORD Brewers Exchange Handicap Falls to Berwick with withHis His Stablemate Second Mutuels and if Auctions Continued Cincinnati 0 June 20 Todays splendid pro ¬ gram resulted in record breaking performances and attractetl one of tlie best attendances since Derby day Speculation was of good volume and as the best backed horses won the majority of the races It Is safe to presume that the bigger portion of the crowd had a profitable as well as an en joy aide day dayThe The directors of the Latonia Jockey Club held another short session after the racing but it is now practically certain that the old order of things will prevail for the remainder of the season No olliclal announcement has been made to this effect but it Is generally understood that the joekey club will bo content with the reduction in purses and the prospect of improved patronage Altogether not more than a half dozen bookmakers arrived here today so it would have been impracticable to put on the books even if the way had been cleared clearedThe The Brewers Exchange Handicap at six furlongs bad some of the best shortdistance racers quartered at the grounds for starters The McDowell pair Berwick and EllenaDale were the choices with the Alvev pair Prince Ahmed and Ilazelthorpe next In demand The McDowell entry justified pub ¬ lic confidence running onetwo in the event It was expected that EllenaDale a Latonia Oaks can ¬ didate would capture first money but tills was dele ¬ gated to Berwick which performed his task in easy innniier The Alvey pair wen never prominent prominentThe The tabled history of the Brewers Exchange Handicap is given below Year Winner A Wt Jockey Val Time TimeIt02 It02 Sevoy 7 120 E Hobertson 1590 114 114UK UK Dick Welles 112 T Knight 1555 ll i 1904 Silk Maid 5 1001 Conley 1015 1KU 1905 White Plume 4 107Troxlcr 1425 1145 1901 John Carroll 4 112 Nicol 1745 1132 1907 Prince Ahmed 100 Taylor 1820114 1903 Berwick 4 111 Warren 1450 112 J JSir Sir Huons achievement in running a mile in 1JS thereby clipping a full second from the previous race record and equalling that of Dick Welles es ¬ tablished against time was a feature of the day The Long candidate was making his first start of the year and was carrying 114 pounds He ran into Hie lead soon after the start and easily held Ker theval safe in the final drive The latter made a game effort but was outclassed by a better horse On Sir Hnons showing today he will be shipped with his stablemate Arcite to New York on Monday next to try for some of the rich stakes stakesThe The mile and a furlong record of 152 held jointly liy King Lee and Bad News was reduced tlie odd fraction by 3Iiss Lida in the closing race when she took the purse after a spirited stretch drive with Monsignor The latter might have won but for Ihe foul tactics of Powers astride of Beau Brummel who persistently blocked Monsignor whenever he attempted to move up to Miss Lida Hoss was finally forced to take Monsiguor to the outside and the move lost him sufficient ground to encompass his defeat defeatB B M Fry had the third race at his mercy after straightening away for the stretch run but his rider crowded Lady Carol against the inner rail for which 3ie was disqualified after leading Geneva S to the linlsh The judges awarded the latter the purs second money going to Lady Carol and Tamar third Taylor was suspended for ten days for his rough work workP P T Chlnns J II Reed recently arrived from Now York took a good band of youngsters into camp In the opening dash and Direct long overdue beat some of the best twoyearolds at the track in the second race raceFred Fred Cook and Lee Wagner were arrivals today in anticipation of the books being put on Cook came from Hamilton and Wagner from New York YorkHart Hart Dtrnliam who has been acting as manager anil secretary of the Houston inuetiug arrived today mid reported that the racing in Texas was profitable nidi well attended attendedThe The following horses were sold in the paddock today W H Baker to O Hak 120 Bessie Trent to J Hubbard GO Marion Moore to J Hiibbard 300 Billy Vertress to Mr Tilton 80 Bess Ward to J C Ferriss Jr 190

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