Regulars Alone Attend: Disagreeable Climatic Conditions Affect Patronage at Latonia, Daily Racing Form, 1910-06-11


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REGULARS ALONE ATTEND DISAGREEABLE CLIMATIC CONDITIONS AFFECT PATROKAGE AT LATONIA. New St»r Acts Fiactiously at the Post, Becomes UiuontrollaDlc and Race Is Run Without Him — All the Favorites Beaten. Cincinnati. .. Jane 10. — Weather and track con-iltti.-ns arete S«-«-i«U-«llv adverse tci good racing this aftei noon and accounted for a decrease in attcnd-auiv. ik. in- hut the regulars braving the inclemency •! the elements. The track resenilded a hujfc murtar Ix-d. Inn had a tinn Ih i toin. In the fifth race New Mar. an o era helming favorite. begin to act fractious! y as soon as lie reached the |Hist. He finally threw liis ri.ler and bolted nut of the track gap lead !■ to the stables. For twenty minutes thereafter lie loiitinned his antics and exhausted several attendants. Hie starter and his assistants, all of whom Mere mine to lead him back on the track. When li finally was brought back to tile jtost he refused ;■■ allow his jockey to mount and again breaking away coutitiued riderless up the track until caught by some stable hands. The lield was dispatched wnioiit him. The judges at once ordered that his entry be relused here for the rest of the meeting. favorites again sulTcrcd a Waterloo. the six e oi.-es beteg l -w led aver. The biggest surprise was lurnished hj 1 1 1-■ victory ol Sticker in the closing dasb. She showed smart form in the going and won sill tl m wa.v. Pirate Dianas failure in the fifth race was a stunner to the talent. Sorrowful taking her into • ■amp in handy style. With New Star out of the wa. the fifth true proved easy for Wine, though ha1. Athic W. gotten away fast si e might have given the winner an argument. Starpott was mucli the bos, seven :nd clamored tor her placing. They were ■Ittite a demonstration after the finish due to a ini-lakc on i h, part of some of ihe spectators who mistook Adalias number two for La Toupees aaathet BPWea and clamored for her placing. They wef" «on inced of their mistake when Adalia returned to the stand. A |H.,»r lot of maidens engaged in the second and it i uriiishcd a tame contest. Irior to the horses goiug to tlie i«ist Judg- Price ordered Virginia iHiim withdrawn, not being satisfied with her identification. The iudges mean to nipine aaatttce identification of all starters by reputable horsemen. Virginia Dunn w.-is programmed as a four-year-old by Jim Dunn — Dads Daughter, owned by A. W. Allen and trained by W. T. Overbv. She was to have bam ri-lileu by W. O. Ovorby. .loi ke il.isner is still unconscious and the medical men arc beginning to worry over his condition. They will nuke an effort to rouse the be? tonight. Glasner has an aged mother living in Nashville. J • iiu .. ami the news of lier sons injury has been kept from her la-cause of her infirm condition. •■ H. K.-.-ne purchased Alve R.. Alaxie and Sona i"da.. v.inh be "ill ship with others to race oh the inter mountain circuit. John Haclnnoisier received a tempt ins: offer today-tor th lease .; tie ;:-os e point track in Detroit tor a live .lays aviation meeting some time ill July. Recent work-outs at Latonia: Ah I., mist Three .piancrs in ] ;i;t. Anna I.. Haiti lam ipaailiia in 1:1S. Ren Double -Three eighths in 30. J., n Tr -Three-. igliths in 4«t. Chief Haj re l" n •• i ightha in ::ti. mianev — Oaartei mile in ZSf. Flirting— Half mile in SI. ;olconda -Mile in 1:44?. Ilanhridac Three-etehtia in .»:•. Hughe- Half mile in ."". • .I.nk D.niiian- Five eighths in ] : :".. ■ Haaei Hall mile in 40. l.asa I.-. Half mile in 4!lj. I.otta Creed! Tluee -natal teis in 1:1 !»,. Ma.-ias — Mfle in 1:42. Ma M.Drido Fivo-ciglnhs in 1 : C*. Mi-- Dulin Five -etghtha in 1 : r_ Pliant* lndu-try Five .-ighths in 1:0:!. BHaaaarae — Mile in l:43|. J..inp -s.ven -eightha in 1:321. Baaehatw Mile in 1:44-. M nl.-i ii ■■ Mile in 1:47. fotu n- Mib in 1 :1o". Winti i-i. ea Mib- in 1 i.-.

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