Rain Breaks Latonia Heat Wave.: Changed Track Conditions Give Mud Runners a Chance and Favorites Fare Well., Daily Racing Form, 1914-06-26


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I i . . I . i 1 RAIN BREAKS LAT0NIA HEAT WAVE. Changed Track Conditions Give Mud Runners a I I I Chance and Favorites Fare Well. Cincinnati, 0., June 25; — A copious rain which began when raring patrons were about to start for the track canned a decreased attendance at Latonia this afternoon. The course, as a result of the drenching it got, became muddy, but as most of the ended starters seemed to be fairly well at home in I he going, the racing did not sutler. The drop in temperatan that followed the raiu wa- a welcome relief from the intense heat of the preceding davs. Weather conditions are still threatening and it is likely that more rain will fall tonight and that the mud runners will get another chance tomorrow. If no mure rain falls, the track will be in good condlthm. Todays card contained no outstanding features, live of the dashes being given over to selling platers. I he exception was the fifth race, in which maiden Juveniles ran, with several reputed good ones among I he starters. Senator .1. N. Camdens fuumy-iOoking Solly, by Peter Qeiace — Miss Finch, which is regarded in aome quarters as siiperior to bis. stable rompaaioo, Luke, was considered niueh he best. but doubt as lo his ability to run well in the mud caused a falling off in support for him. although at that he ruled an overwhelming favorite. That he is a good colt and caa run in wet goteg was demonstrated beyond doubt by his ridieuloiisly easy rietory after leading his oppmstian from the barrels rise by as wide a margin as his rider elected. Foxy Griff took seeoml place and Jack Carey was third. After Hie tiuish Solly .was eon-. tinned on al top s] I for the full tlneeipiarters. which he ran in 1:15%. The trial was in preparation for his start in the Cincinnati Trophy, Satur day. He will b- the stables representative, as Luke Will be saved for his eastern engagements. Senator Camdens stable had previously won with I.aiighorne. so Solly made it a double. The talent managed to pick four winners and second choices captured the other purses. The rain aided Flying Yankee in the opener and be won liandilv after allowing General to open ap ;.n early lead of eight lengths. J. It. Bobumon, one of the well-backed ones in the race, got the best of Jockey Neykm while going to the post and ran sway for about three-quarters at top speed. Alter many failures. W. II. Baker finally managed lo i nam ft with a purse when Royal Tea led lioim a poor lot in the third. John B. Ma. Mens l is parity showed herself a superior mud runner by winning as her rider pleased in he fourth race, with Little Bean beating tin favorite. Patience, for second place. The closing dasn resolved Itself Into a duel between lelliwmai gnd, Ymir, the two best backed contenders, ami Ymir . .n by a length. Jockeys Connelly ami Mott divided the riding honors, each : coring twice. Mott has been showing steady improvement and is now rated with the tV lloiehers here. T. C. McDowell this afternoon sold at private • terms the useful racers Strong and Coin to .•astern 1 bayera and the horses will be shipped east shortly. Tiie horses owned by K. C. Arnold ,V Co. will Ik-taken over by train:- W. I.. Lewis, who will ship 1 them al the close of racing to Camilla for a summer campaign mi the tracks of that country. I.aiighorne and Royal Tea. winneis of the Iwo hois, combination, yielded 815 lor . Disparity, Solly ami Ymir. the three horse, netted *7".. hugicn Klrod i in receipt of a letter from S. W. MeCord. of Serooss. Ariz., in regard to th ■ operation of paii-iniitiiel pools al race meetings in prospect in that stale this season. Mr. MeCord 1 wrote that he had consulted Mr. Henderson, presi-• dent of the Arizona Slate Fair Commission, and he bad endorsed, with the consent of the other c mmis-sioners. the Introduction of pari matil pools for the State fair at Phoenix, this year. The fair lovers one week, and it has been decided to have a sei olid weeks racing there this season. There are several other points in the state where race meetings will be held for a week, with the pari niiilml system of belting. Mr. MeCord would like to secure the services of Mr. 1,lro.i to manage the betting rings with the machines at the Arizona meetings, but Mr. Kirods duties elsewhere will not permit him t accept Hie place, though he will advise Mr. MeCord as lo the operation of the ma-■ chines in every way. and likely suggest some competent man that can till the place capably. a- Lad. which won the overnight handicap at I.alonia. Tuesday, will have some foals nexl season 1 at the Meadows Farm al Lexington This sou of Ieep i.llay ami that great race mare. Coy Maid, was mated to live broodmares at tin- Meadows Farm 1 this spring, and all are thought to be in foal. He is one f the smallest horses, of good class, in training and horsemen are anxious to see his first progeny. Dr. B. Talbot has fired, for ankle Iroiibles. for ■ trainer George Mela the two-year aid brown colt. , Tinsni.in. and this youngster will be turned out until I fall. He is a son of the Hamburg sire, Orison. Some surprise is expressed that the go.nl three-. year old. Dr. Samuel, which 1mishcd third to John Gund and Constant in the recent Latonia Derby, is to be sold at and ion here. Saturday. It seems he is a partnership colt, and this is the reason. , Trainer It. 1. ltrooks says that on account of sore ankles lie will not run Badotfo again here, until he starts him in the Independence Handicap. July 4. The horse is cluing well bodily, and will i always extend himself on soft portions of the track. but as the course at Latonia is a bit bard right : now. after be g«s a nuarler of a mile, hi- wauls to ajnit and will at best run only in spots. Trainer Brooka had Imped to be able to give him one more . race before the big Fourth of July event, but unless a shower conies and softens the going, he will I not attempt lo race him before he tills bis engage BMtal in the big mile ami three sixteenths stake. . The following were among the l«cst work outs this morning, over a fast track, at Latonia: Ibid Prospect — Three ipiarters in 1:18%. Brack tows Belle Three-quarten in 1:18. Brave .Mile in 1:45. Chesterton — Five eighths in 1:02. Chit r:i — Half mile in 19%. i ream -Three quarters in 1:21. Dilatory -Mile in 1:59. Font — Three-i|iiarters in 1 :19--. Hawthorn Five-eighths in 1:05%. John J. Weaver— Five eighths in 1 :U. King Box Mile in 1:44. Manioc Five eighths in 1 :0." . Marion Goosby Five-eighths in 1.-08%. Marsbon — Five-eighths in 1.98%. lll.olus Three eighths in 37%. old Ben — Five eighths in 1 : ::. OBeilly Three-eighths in ::•.. Boblnetta live eighths in 1393%. Star Jasmine Three ipiarters in 1:21. Surpassing Five eighths in 1:04%. Ta vol.il a Mile in 1 :44%. The Norman— Three -eighths in 99%.

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