Latonia Track Again Fast: Pinkola Wins Handicap in Close to Track-Record Time, Daily Racing Form, 1910-06-30


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- LATONIA TRACK AGAIN FAST PINK0LA WINS HANDICAP IN CLOSE TO TRACK-RECORD TIME. Racing Featureless, but Big Crowd Attends and Speculation Is of Large Volume — Impudent and Nadzu Betting Disappointments. i Cincinnati. ».. June 29. — Todays racing was of the routine variety and developed nothing out of the ordinary. The card was virtually featureless. Improved track conditions and ideal weather served to bring out the best crowd of the week. S|»-culatioti afso showed an increase over former days of this week. In the handicap at a mile ami seventy yards that was the most pretentious offering, Plnkola seemed to stand out by himself and justified the heavy support accorded him by romping home a handy winner over Tom Bigliee and Dr. Ihdzberg. The track dried rapidly during the afternoon and the time of 1:42* was a creditable performance, being within two-fifths of a second of the track record. The disappointments of the afternoon in a betting way were Imprudent and Nadzu. Generous support was lavished ou the pair. The first named led to within a sixteenth of the finish and then succumbed to Starport. In Nadzus case Knapp rode him poorly and allowed him to swerve all over the track iu the stretch and this accounted for his failure to land a portion of tin- purse. Mamie Algol, Stone Street and LIfall leading him at the finish. J. T. Ireland scored a double during the afternoon wit.; Marsand and Starport. J. S. Hawkins took down his first purse of the season with Lotta Creed, hut after winning he lost the filly. T. W. Flynu bidding her up and securing her for 00. an advance of ?.",IH ovr her entered price. J. N. Tholl earned shipping expenses to Oklahoma, where he takes his horses tomorrow, when Outfielder beat thirteen poor maidens in the opening race. He was the longest priced winner of the afteruoen. George M. Hendrie, president of the Windsor Rae--:»«* AiiiiwiMtioit. wrote to Johit Habmeistcr today requesting the latter to inform horsemen that iu order to expedite matters, applications for apifrentice allowam-es must lie sent to the Canadian Racing Associations at once, so that the directors may act on the sain.-. The application blanks may be secured at the secretarys office here on demand. Those BOm men who intend to race at Windsor must not licgle.t to make application for stall room at once. Mr. Hendrie predicted that the coming meeting at Windsor will be the banner one in the history f the track and expects that nearly all the good horses in training will be there. Secretary Bhlwrll of the Kentucky State Racing Commission, who is in attendance at Latonia. again today stated that he had received no notification from Chairman Clay to call a meeting for July 2. as reported. The resolutions which are now pending must lay over for thirty days before action on them can be taken and as the last meeting was on June 4. it would be July 4 before the expiration of the thirty days. Col. Slilton Young, wno fathered the resolutions, is at present in Oklahoma. It is likely that no action will be taken by the commission on the pending resolutions until cx| ert accountants to g.i oyer the Ixmks of the different associations .ind submit statements of their financial condition. B. C. Hopper, who served as presiding judge at Oakland last winter, was among todays visitors. lie stated that the meeting to be held in California the coming winter would represent a vast improve meiit over that of last season, and that liberal purses and stakes will be given. E. It. Lradleys string of racers will In- shipp-l to New York on Sunday next. Jockey Scoville will go with the consignment. Between the fourth and fifth races Honau was worked a mile in B reparation for the Independence Handicap, to be run July 1. He went the distam -in 1:42L F. J. Pons will send all but six of his horses to I/ uisville. where they will lie rested until the fall racing in Kentucky begins. M Trotter will have charge of the six horses that will at kept in training and will ship to Windsor at the el. we of racing here. G. W. J. Bissells string, in charge of trainer Wayne Lewis, will be sent to Windsor after racing closes here and later will be shipped to Fort Erie. Recent workouts at Latonia: Brass Button Five eighths in 1 :04*. C. II. Patt.-n Three-quarters iu l:l«j. Joe Moser Half mile in 4S. Loween Five eighths ill 1: »2 . May Lata Three-quarters in 1:17?. Mollie May- Half mile in 88. Placide Three quarters in 1:18. Relluf Mile in 1:11. San Gil Three quarters in l:lHj. Still Alarm Mile in 1:10 Quagga — Five-eighths in 1 :0fi.

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