Outsiders Have Monopoly: Not A Favorite Succeeds In Winning At Latonia Track.; Boca Grande Runs Three-Quarters in 1:12 1/2, Fastest Time of Meeting, in Beating Campeon--Juarez Special Leaves for Mexico., Daily Racing Form, 1910-11-19


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OUTSIDERS HATE MONOPOIT NOT A FAVORITE SUCCEEDS IN WINNING AT LATONIA TRACK Boca Grande Runs ThreeQuarters in l12i Fastest FastestTime Time of Meeting in Beating Campeon Juarez JuarezSpecial Special Leaves for Hexico Cincinnati O November 18 Outsiders took all the purses this afternoon and put the followers of favorites to rout Improved weather made the rac ¬ ing more enjoyable though the card was mainly composed of horses of the poorer class Finishes in most of the contests were close with the winners in doubt until the last stride strideR R P Carman contributed a pair of disappoint money after hard trials Campeou was an over ¬ whelming favorite in the feature race but Boca Grande had his measure from the start Tlie Car ¬ man starter made a creditable showing considering that it was his first start in a long time Mrs L A Livingstons colors were seen for the first time In this locality being carried by Kingship which ran fairly well wellGrover Grover Hughes after being neglected by the smart set in the opener In favor of Detect beat the latter handily Congo furnished a big surprise by landing the second In advance of Earl of Rich ¬ mond The latter was much the best but was the victim of a bad ride Missive outsprinted the others iu the third through the stretch and got home a neck in advance of Stare the latter beating Delaney a nose with Lily Paxton the same margin away Colinet scored in the fifth after a sensational drive to outstay Montclalr and Shapdale The latter and Rowland Otis would have had the race between them with clear sailing C H Patten In the closing dash surprised even his owner by taking the purse It was the first race that he had won this year Horsemens yearHorsemens interest today centered in the de ¬ parture of the special train for Juarez It was composed of ten horse cars two sleepers two day Toaehes ftmt a baggage car and will be hauled to El Paso by two engines Four more cars will be attached at Louisville tonight The train did not got away until 330 p in and was given a great sehdoff when it passed by the track The shipment consisted of about 175 horses counting those to be added at Louisville Jack Atklu Cherryola and Round the World are some of the best making the trip Most of the owners were on the train includ ¬ ing George Odom and his family J T Ireland and his family Wayne Lewis Max Hirscb and half a dozen jockeys They will reach El Paso early Monday morning having the right of way over passenger trains in some districts through which they will pass passThe The warning given C Ross worked improvement in his riding for he landed two winners during the afternoon afternoonDonau Donau this years Kentucky Derby winner ar ¬ rived from Nashville to join the GerstHolle stable intended for racing at Jacksonville in charge of trainer George Ham this winter Donau appears iu excellent shape after his long rest and shows a more tractable disposition He has been broken to harness and has been given workonts between the shafts of a buggy for the last six weeks A year ¬ ling by Peep oDay came with Donau and will be taken to Jacksonville JacksonvilleAn An incident of todays racing was the excellent starting of Harry Morrissey All his starts during the afternoon bordered on perfection and he was given unstinted praise by horsemen and public Morrissey looms as a worthy successor to Mars Cas sidy sidyE E R Bradley will ship his extensive string to Juarez on Sunday next bnt probably will not IKS able to go to the Mexican track himself this winter as Mrs Bradley who Is at the Idle Hour Farm near Lexington is not enjoying perfect health ami Mr Bradley aims to spend his time at the farm until he is compelled to go to Palm Beach Fla in Jan ¬ uary Jockey Ganz did not depart on the Juarez special today trainer Marion having decided to allow him to ride for E R Bradley tomorrow tomorrowJ J Reid the Bradley stablejockey is showing some improvement but probably will not be seen In the saddle again until next month monthJockey Jockey J Deavenport will leave for Jacksonville next Sunday and expects to be in condition to ride there the opening day dayGrover Grover Hughes and Congo the winners of the first two races paid their combination backers 16240 for 2 2Several Several carloads of horses will be shipped tomorrow by express to Jacksonville but the bulk will go by special next Sunday Eugene SundayEugene Elrod has made reservation for a party of thirtyfive to go to Juarez Sunday night They will go via Chicago and will arrive in El Paso next Tues ¬ day dayPrince Prince Ingoldsby is being advertised to be dis ¬ posed of by sheriffs sale November 29 29Judge Judge Price will remain a short time with his family before going to Juarez where he will serve as the presiding steward stewardLyman Lyman II Davis secretary of the Jockey Club Juarez who was forced to return here on account of failing health is improving rapidly and expects to be able to resume work before the first of Janu ¬ ary Mr Davis resides in Covington CovingtonBoca Boca Grande showed a flash of his oldtime form by running threequarters this afternoon iu l12i the fastest time of the meeting meetingGeneral General Manager Hachmeister is continuing to plan big things for next year and will during the early part of the winter announce an Imposing array of stakes for next seasons racing Our meeting this fall has really been remarkable when you consider the cold and disagreeable weather that has prevailed for the most part The racing has been enjoyable and satisfying to the public as in ¬ dicated by their liberal patronage and it will be the aim of tins association in the future to reach out for tlie best in an effort to have Latonia compare favora ¬ bly with the foremost tracks in the country countryTrainer Trainer John Powers was much elated by Jack Atklns victory of yesterday I won the first and last raw that Jack Atkin started In while under niv charge said he He has been one of the best horses In the country and he will score many more victories before his retirement and should continue his success in the stud Mr Powers turned over the Schreiber horses today to Herman Brandt who developed Jack Atkln AtklnMlfn11 Mlfn11 hi8 JW pliapnltepcc and Indian Maid to II H F vaWr Mead of Pittsburg a newcomer to tli turf The horses will be taken to Juarez Mer and will be handled by Max Hirsch The sale of the ° rSH I M Shaw out of business as an Ori ownrr ownrrrSH f vi V Vlvl lvl on Saturilay next for New Orleans for a brief stay with his family Barney Schreibcr will send ten yearlings to nduli to Jacksonville They are considered t tho pick of the seasons crop at Woodlands Mr Schreiber has arranged with T E Crist to assume cnarge of the horses he intends to race at Pensacola and Tampa this winter Mr Schreibcr will go to Oakland next Sunday stopping off at Juarez for the opening at that track

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