Latonia Purse Offerings Liberal.: Derby Days Prizes to Total ,600 in Added Money--,500 for Opening Day., Daily Racing Form, 1913-06-07


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LATONIA PURSE OFFERINGS LIBERAL Derby Day Prizes to Total 9GOO in Added Money 5500 for Opening Day Louisville Ky June G Secretary 13 W Magiuu has distributed the program l ook for the first week of the coming twentyfour days meeting at Latonia which begins Monday June J and ends Saturday July 5 5For For the opening day on which the Inaugural Handicap 2000 added fur threeyearolds and up ¬ ward one and onesixteenth miles is the feature there are in addition three purses of t00 added one of 700 and oie of 110 making CiriUO which the Latonia Jockev Club will olTer for the racing that day On Derby day the latonia Jockey Club will give away in added moiiev U00 U00On On Wednesday June 11 the Clipsetta Stakes 2K0 added for twoyearold llllies live furlongs will be the feature and on that day the other live races will consist of four 000 purses and one 1000 handicap The same liberality is displayed on other days for which the conditions of the overnight purses and handicaps have been announced During the following three weeks of the meeting values will be increased if the patronage accorded racing at Latouia this tummer justifies such an increase though throughout the meeting there will be no purse less than 000 and no handicap of less than i 00 00It It is thought probable that the field in the coming Latonia Derby will consist of at least eight starters Those almost certain to go are the Kentucky Derby winner Donerail Ten Point treat Dritain Foun ¬ dation Gowell Floral Park Jimmie Gill and Prince Hermis HermisWith With eight starters the race will be worth close to 5SOCO and even if the Held is smaller it wul still the richest threeyearold event decided on the American turf during 1513 Donerail Tci Point Great Dritain 1VmndatIun and Gowell are all sure to go and it is lertain that the contest will result In one of the greatest tiiiislies in the Iosg history of this race with the probability liiat Gov ¬ ernor Grays mile and a half in 230 which is the Iatonla track record for the distance and also the fastest mile and a half eye run in Kentucky will be lowered The Derby is regarded by horse ¬ men as a most OIKII event this season and indica ¬ tions now seem to suggest that Great Dritain and Ten Point will divide the talents support in the big race raceTlie Tlie sale of Cosis and Hyki to J Livingston leaves trainer C W Carroll of the A D Sprcckels string with only three of the eight horses he brought hero from Jaurez namely the twoyearolds Mau son and Galar and the threeyearojdt Amity Carroll expects to ffispose of one or two of these at once and he will leave here for the Spreckels ranch in UaUtJornlit on Sunday or Monday If he fails to toAdls Adls po 30 oF the rest of the horses he will leave them here until he returns in August with a number of two and threeyearolds which he will bring back here to race during the coming fall Carroll will also bring to Kentucky in August the pick of tin twentynine yearlings at Napa Stock Farm A number of these he intends to winter in Kentucky with a view to racing them in the spring and summer stakes of 1M They are re ¬ garded as the best band of youngsters ever raised at the Spreckcls ranch All are by the best sires owned by Mr Spreckels out of mares of royal blood Several of the mares now owned by this turfman were in the Marcus Daly collection and were imported Into America by Mr Daly at heavy cost costIt It is interesting to note how II C Applegate Co happened to come into possession of the siii sational twoyearold Old Kosebnd undoubtedly the champion juvenile of the year This young turf ¬ mans father Col W E Applegate visited Ham ¬ burg Place ami iKiught five yearlings from J K Madden for a lump sum four being fillies Col Applegate was buying mostly lillies for Ham Apple gate as he figured racing was coming back all over the country and especially In the east and be thought they would be valuable property as brood ¬ mares when through with racing Those he pur ¬ chased were Aunt Mamie Edith W Ida Lavinin and Hattle Me ami all but the latter have won already In estimating tlie value of these young ¬ sters Mr Madden agreed to throw in Old Rosebud for 70 and that caused Col Applegate to include him In his purchases as he had seen his half brother Ivabcl win with distinction last summer in Canada

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