Latonia Going Difficult: Track In Bad Condition As Result Of Heavy Rains On Sunday.; High Private and Irish Gentleman Figure in Exciting Contest in Feature Race and Former Is Victorious--Loftus Shines in the Saddle., Daily Racing Form, 1913-06-24


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LATOMA GOING DIFFICULT TRACK IN BAD CONDITION AS RESULT OF HEAVY RAINS ON SUNDAY High Private and Irish Gentleman Figure in Excit ¬ ing Contest in Feature Race and Former Is Victorious Loftus Shines in the Saddle Cincinnati O June 23 Weather ami track con ¬ ditions were against the racing at Latimla this af ¬ ternoon lint good sport developed ill most of the raws and tlio attendance was also above ex ¬ pect at ions Heavy rains made the going heavy and it required a sturdy horse to run through it with any degree of success The volume of bet ¬ ting kept up fairly well although some of the races served as mediocre belting mediums The feature race one mile for a purse of 800 was marked liy a spirited linisli between High Private and Irish Gentleman with the former victorious in the linal stride Irish Gentleman showing inucU Hie most speed dominated the early running and for a while it appeared as if lie would spread eagle his opposition hut lie tired gradually In the stretch and succumbed in the final stride High Private would have won more easily than he lid lint for Gooses weakencss which caused him to Jose momentary control of his mount and allowed High Private to swerve over against Irish Gcntle inan in the last seventy yards McCabe who was riding Irish Gentleman made no claim of foul It is doubtful if there would have been a disqnali lication even if he had made the claim as both liorscs were tired and the interference was un ¬ avoidable Princess Uallaway running for the first time in 1 Livingstons colors finished a close third and with letter handling might have won As a result of the bad going there were many withdrawals four of the races being contested by small fields The second race brought together about as pixir a lot as has been seen hereabouts Most of them acted fractiously at the barrier and delayed the start for a long time Adelaide T owned by It 7 Mackenzie won as a result of the superior ride she received from Loftus with Tyree in second place and La Mode third Loftus ulsii took the opening dash by virtue of his alort fJicss nt the post which helped Leo Skolny to lead for the entire trip The starter also had his troubles in the third race and when they were sent away it was in straggling order with John Guild having much the best of it He seemingly dovs not call for much for he was overtaken and parsed by Susan 15 before going a quarter and she in turn succumbed to Old Bon in the last six ¬ teenth Coppertown was just suited by the going and led all the way in the fifth race Winning Witch which Weber and Ward acquired since her last start linished second and Be was third The race was a procession processionThe The closing dash furnished the only big upset of the afternoon by the victory of Dr Waldo Briggs with Bonne Chance second and Wood Dove third Mocklor was considered l est In the race because the going was supposed to be exactly to his liking but ho failed badly and was never formidable after the lirst quarter quarterJockey Jockey Henry who rode Susan 15 in the third race was suspended for Jive days by the stewards for rough riding Patrol Judge Ireland complained that he had interfered with John Guild on the tirst turn Susan It was placed on the schooling list for fractious acting at the post postFred Fred Auerbach and Jus Muller both of whom are extensively interested in the Charleston track were among todays visitors and will remain for several days to witness the racing racingThe The twohorse combination consisting of Adelaide T and Old Hen yielded 1355 High Private Cop ¬ pertown and Dr Waldo Briggs paid 14355 for to tlie successful investors in the threehorse com dilation dilationG G II Keene arrived today from Arizona where he is interested in a big land venture He is still part owner in the horses raced by trainer Jack keene keeneJ J W Johnson owner of Flora Fina Milton B and others has Iniught ten yearlings from K It Bradley They are by Cnnard and will be turned ovir to trainer James S Everman who will break them and prepare them for racing Flora Fina Milton 15 and Morkler will be shipped to Windsor at the close of Latonia racing racingJockey Jockey Ituxton departed yesterday for Hamilton int where he will join the J W Schorr stable and do most of the riding for that establishment establishmentJockey Jockey Goose who returned to the saddle today finds that the arm which he injured at Douglas Park is still troubling him and will not accept mounts again until he feels that lie has thoroughly recovered recoveredThe The weather while threatening was cool and pleasant and a welcome relief from the torrid heat of last week weekFollowing Following were some of the workouts of yester ¬ day and this morning over a muddy track at La ¬ tonia toniaItallyshP ItallyshP Threequarters in 12 12Pnsy Pnsy Threequarters in 121 121Carpathia Carpathia Threequarters in 123 123Curtain Curtain Call Threequarters in 1 19 19Dick Dick DodU Fiveeighths in 100 100Flora Flora Finn Threequarters in 120 120Foxy Foxy Mary Threequarters in 118 118Hfiiry Hfiiry Kitto Fiveeighths in 103 103Ilyki Ilyki Half mile in 53 53Inlan Inlan Threequarters in 121 121Irish Irish Gentleman Threequarters in 121 121Jenny Jenny Geddes Fiveeighths In 112 112Korriiagc Korriiagc Fiveeighths in 100 100Little Little Father Fiveeighths in 100 100Maud Maud 15 L Half mile in 51 51Mimla Mimla Half mile in 52 52Missie Missie Threequarters in 121 121Old Old Ben Threeeighths u 39 39Old Old Kosobnd Half mile In 50 50Pan Pan Zarota Fiveeighths in i09 i09PelHco PelHco Threeeighths in 38 38Prince Prince Hermls Threequarters in 123 123Puck Puck Milo in 203 203Sam Sam Hlrscli Threequarters in 123 123Seliago Seliago Threequarters in 121 121Servicence Servicence Threeeighths in 3 3Sir Sir Catesby Fiveeighths in 107 107Suregct Suregct Threequarters in 121 121Tay Tay Pay Seven eighths in 140 140Wishing Wishing King Mile and an eighth in 207

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