Kuklux A Grief Bringer: His Victory at Latonia Banishes His Stable from the Track.; Owner Bradley Gathers in Two More Races--Col. Marchmont in a Hard Fought Finish., Daily Racing Form, 1918-07-03


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KUKLUX A GRIEF BRINGER His Victory at Latonia Banishes BanishesHis His Stable from the Track Owner Bradley Gathers in Two TwoMore More Kaces Col Marchmont Marchmontin in a Hard Fought Finish Lkitonia Iy July 2 Improved weather a light ¬ ning fast track and a well arranged card contributed to make this afternoons Ricing interesting and al m were factors in bringing to the course a big attendance to view the sport There was no out Ktaiiilin feature but quality was well represented in several of the races and they resulted in hard fought and close finishes finishesThe The E It Bradley colors were decidely promi ¬ nent his twoyearolds linnetana and By Heck l oth rired by Helmet running good races and accounting for the pair of juvenile dashes carded By Hecks victory was especially a good one for lie met and bested a highly considered band that included Sam Itch Col Taylor and the eastern crack Tick ¬ lish He displayed rare sameness in closing a big gap in the last quarter and got up in the last stride to win by i scant head the same margins separating Sam Reh Col Taylor and Ticklish respectively respectivelyBiiucRina BiiucRina was easily best of the maidens that started in the opening race but his victory only came after a hard effort to overcome a loss of much ground in the early running due to a tangled iHgimiiiig Both of the Bradley representatives were riildin by Sentry SentryThe The purse race which developed a rousing finish between Kuklux Japhet and Silk Lady the trio finishing in the alnive order brought in its wake i ban on the horses under the direct charge of Ed ¬ ward Trotter for the winners suddenly improved loving jras at once taken cognizance of by the irtcvrards who immediately interrogated Mr Trot ¬ ter and later they handed down the following rul ¬ ing Because of inconsistent running of the horses Smart Money and Kuklnz and the use of threatening language to the officials no further entries from the stable of E Trotter will be received at this course courseANOTHER ANOTHER PURSE FOE WILLIAMS BROS BROSWilliams Williams Bros captured another purse the thir ¬ teenth at this meeting when Col Marchmont got up after a hard drive to outstay Dr Carmen in the final strides of the last Rice Big Fellow and Night Owl staged a rousing stretch battle in the fifth race both standing hard riding in resolute fashion with Dreyer just succeeding iu making Big Fellow last long enough to get the verdict Jockey verdictJockey Lunsfcrd again was much in the public eye during the afternoon and his successful mounts wen Bon Tromp in the second race which beat a good band including W W Hastings and Rifle His other winning mount was Olga Star which took the measure of Baby Lynch and Willdo The erratic Sam McMcekiu was among the starters in this nice and after getting practically left at the post showed u high flight of speed in racing into a contending position and for a while he threatened to achieve a victory but he began tiring just as the stretch was reached and brought up in the rear rearMiller Miller Henderson has decided to ship his Grundy and Beaverkill to the Empire City track at the close of racing here hereT T C McDowell will ship all his horses in tRiin iiig to Saratoga after the close of racing here aad will motor there himself himselfPctrovna Pctrovna had to be withdrawn from the fourth race on account of not being eligible to start in it itSecretary Secretary Campbell is trying to arrange a special race for the latter part of the meeting designed to bring together the pick of the cracks here The nice will probably be at a mile or slightly over Tliis race will be apart from the regular pro ¬ grammed ones

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