Latonias Fine Opening: Great Attendance Comes Out to Welcome the Return of the Racers, Daily Racing Form, 1915-10-10


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LATONIAS FINE OPENING * GREAT ATTENDANCE COMES OUT TO WELCOME + "* THE RETURN OF THE RACERS. i 1 Ed Crump Wins the Latonia Autumn Inaugural v Handicap from Black Toney in a Ncble Finish it i —Grover Hugiies Beats Bringhurst. ] Cincinnati. ».. o -tol»er ft. — 1" I terrific drive I lasting for nearly the lust three-quartern of the niilc and a sixteenth. E«t Crump and Black Toney EMM J to Ihe noses apart in the order named in the l.atonia Autumn Inaugural Handicap, which fea- 1 turod the opening day of the spurt at l.atonia. Str.r * Jasmine was third and by finishing in fourtu place. I l»r. Saintiel saved his stake. The race Was worth 1 ..1S5 net to the winner. Eight starters comprised I the field and all were accorded good support by their respective followings. The race was marred some by interference from which Dr. Samuel and Indolence Buffered. I r. Samuel probably would have been dangerous but for the crowding. Today was the sixth running of the l.atonia Autumn Inaugural Handicap, the condensed history of which is as follows: ! Year. Winner. A.Wt. Joe-key. Val. Time. IftlO Cherryola :: 114 J. Moore . ..4::.". 1:46 lftll Cherryola 4 Hi J. Moore .. 1.755 1:4«:V. IW2 High Private.. t; 126 Ganz 1.7O0 1:47% l!M:t Sain. R. Meyer. 4 10ft loose 2.480 l:4N*fc 1014 Waterbass :: 111 W Andress. 2.41.1 1:45% 1»13 Ed Crump : 112 J. Hanover. 2.385 1:44":-. The bracing weather that prevailed this afternoon did not operate as a drawback to the soccers "f the opening, for one of the largest gatherings seen on a Kentucky track this fall was on band. The track was in its best condition and the racing "lose and entertaining. The letting wa« uniformly geod and surpass.-.! in volume that of the opening days at Douglas Dark and Churchill Downs. An outstanding upset of tlie afternoon came with the running of the third ra.-c, in which Bringhursi was decisively downed by Grover Hughes. Bring hursts defeat was costly to the public, for he ruled an overwhelming choice. 1!*- might have won but for a slow beginuiug. Iron Mask ran wed in this race to the stretch, then choked up badly and quit. Favorites started the day auspiciously |.v winning the two opening dashes. An interesting finish developed with the running of tile sixth race when Mud Sill, which had been lacing on the minor circuit in Canada, got the decision over Mockery. Kathleen developed much koeed and won the tilth race in easy style iver -I. .". M unlock, with the favorite. Cosmic, in third place. On complaint if jockey Laonilh-. the stewards lined Jockey E. Martin .i for striking Lapaille with his whip during the running of the stake race. Senater Johnson X. Camden, chairman of the Kentucky State Racing Commission, sent out a notice today to the various iiK-mlxr* that there would lie a meeting of the commissi m next Saturday in the Latonia clubhouse. The exact nature of the business that brings the members of the eotn mission together again so soon after the last meeting could not be learned. Jefferson Livingston came from New York to l»e in attendance for the opening of tlie meeting and will renin in several days. Jockey McCalie was an arrival this morning from Laurel. Md. There were several ether arrivals from the Maryland course. including C. K. Ellison. Edward Corrigau was | among tlie visitors here today. Tlie recent rule passed by the State Racing Commission affecting the stewards was put into ! force this afternoon. The chief officials, after a . co iferencc. decided to rotate in seiving in the s:mn! ; at the starting point and on the stretch turn. John T. Ireland remained on duty in the stand for the opening dash, when Charles F. Price went to the -tartiug isiiiit and 1".. C. Hopper officiated on the stretch turn. Judge Trice was in the stand during , the second race and Judge Hopper during the running of the third race. It is the intent of the stewards to act jointly «.n nil matters. Several tele-phents were installed this morning at various parts • if the track connecting with the judges stand to , assist the stewards in their new way of controlling thing-. I .a tenia work ouls en a fas! track this morning • were: . . , Anna Kriiter -Three-quarters in 1:10. Blaiichita— Half mile in ".2. Dig Smoke -Three -quarters in 1:10.. Keatttv Shop — Five-cighth in 1 :««. I.rizz— Three-quarters in l:]s. Black Broom Half mile in .".2. toppertown Five-eighths in 1 ;lj... Chocks — Half mile in .".2. Dignity -Mile in 1 :4.V Ellison---Three-eighths in ::.. F. A. Wcigl. -Mile in l:£%. Fitialee — Five-eighths in 1:0... Harrv iarduer Three eighths in ::n-,-.. Ileruiuda -Mile in 1:47. Huiitn-ss— rive eighths in 1:02.. ImuoraD.r--Three-quarters in 1:1V Liberator— Thrc-quarters in 1:1... ljtdv Errant— Mile in 1:4.". little Sister -r lvc-cigliihs m 1:0... |„rs Cassidv- Three-quarters in 1:18, Malheur— Mile in 1:44=.-.. Ioppet— Three-quarters in 1:9%. I •riiuot-o— Three-quarters in 1:18. Surpassing— Mile in i 1:4... Theresa Mackin— Five-eighth* in 1 :0-_. Transact— Half mile m .• -- Votai v— Tl-.fee-qiiarleis m 1:1s... evan,.ke— Mil.- in 1:4.. Uuterblossotii live eighths in l.ol-.-.. Wadswurths LsWt- Mile in 1:1.. Wafer Wa.ll. - "** --"";;. J" ■ :"" Yorkville- Five-eighths in 1:04. /.in He! -Threo-qunrlers » 1:i«li.

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