Latonia Opens Wednesday: Influenza Ban Lifted and Permission for Meeting Granted.; Sport Will Continue for at Least Ten Days--Stake Dates Changed Accordingly., Daily Racing Form, 1918-11-09


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LATONIA OPENS WEDNESDAY Influenza Ban Lifted and Permis ¬ sion for Meeting Granted Sport Will Continue for at Least LeastTen Ten Days Stake Dates DatesChanged Changed Accordingly Cincinnati O Novemlter R Following a joint meeting bite yesterday afternoon in Covington of the Kenton County Council of National Defense and tin County Health Board it was announced that tle liau n outdoor meetings would lie lifted in time for tin Latonia meeting to begin next Wednesday NoveiiilMr 13 A resolution to this effect was intro ¬ duced and passed at the meeting It was als de ¬ cided to allow tlie churches to open next Sunday for public worship worshipA A letter from Dr Ieters Cincinnati health officer officeris is read flt the meeting ill vnlch it was stated that tin Cincinnati health body would cooperate in vcry way wjth the Covington health authorities in whatever action tli y deemed liest to take This moves tin last obstacle to the opening of the Ion ilcfeirid Iidiiii meeting wliich was originally ot under way Octolxr 10 but wliich from doing so owing to the healih restrictions on both sides of the Ohio Uiver UiverDr Dr Furnish representing the Kentucky Health oncurred in the action taken by the local bodies Horsemen at Lsitonia are now assured of ten days racing and probably longer providing weather con ¬ ditions are favorable favorableThere There was much rejoicing among horsemen at Uitonia today when they learned that the oft postponcd I atonia meeting wiis now assured and that the meeting would without doubt get under way next Wednesday It has Itepii a most trying ordeal for many of them particularly those with small stables and slender means but they have passed over the long i eriod of inaction in pretty good condition and ire now loo loovwt vwt when they will be given an opportunity to arn money to pay feed bills and other expenses expensesGeneral General Manager John Hachineister is equally pleaded at flu outlook for the meeting and declares it will lie a most successful one provided the weather conditions arc favorable He stated today ISiat the meeting would positively run ten days and possibly longer He worked hard to have the closing restrictions modified and left no stone unturned to iirhicvc that result resultTWO TWO STAKES ON SATURDAYS SATURDAYSThe The cliange in opening dates lias brought almut a revision of the dates on wliich the stakes are in run and these changes were today handed out bv Sccrctary Jack Campbell According to the hew schedule the first and second Saturday of the meet ¬ ing will be featured by two stakes On the first Saturday Itotli the Fort Thomas Handicap and the SiiiUm Hotel Sltecial will ba run while the follow ¬ ing Saturday will have as its features the 10000 j itoiiia Cup race at two miles and a quarter and the Gibson Hotel Special SpecialSecretary Secretary Campbell also named the da ladies will lie admitted free to the course These are Thursday November 14 and Wednesday No vcnibcr 20 Following is the list of stakes yith their revised running dates datesIatonia Iatonia Inaugural Handicap Wednesday Novem ¬ ber M MFort Fort Thomas Handicap Saturday Xoveniler If Siuton Hotel Special Saturday Xovember ll Autumn Selling Stakes Tuesday November 19 ijtieeii City Handicap Tliursday Xbvember 1 IiUuiil Cup Saturday Noveml Novemler er 23 Cibson Hotel Special Saturday November The Latonia track this morning was in gooUcon dition but really fast trials were out of the fines linn lue to the fact that the horses were compelled to gallop around the dogs wliich had been placed near the inner rail The morning was marked by mucli activity however and trainers were enabled jo give their charges some most useful work Fol lowing are some of the l lest est moves Ballistite Half mile in 54 Itribed Voter Mile in 14S Gallant Lad Threequarters in 120 Hanovia Threeeighths in 30 J Kufus Threequarters in 12055 Kenward Fiveeighths in liOri KInney Threequarters in 119 Lgthair Mile in 14 Marasmus Threequarters in 120 J Itiinclier Half mile in 11 Serbian Threequarters in i9i Sunflath Threequarters in 120 Viva America Mile in 149 Solly J J Murdock Tumbler Fern Handley War Paint andItegalo were given slow gallops gallopsC C H Lansdalc left Thursday night for Atlanta Ga to attend ti the shipment to Havana of about dxty horses now quartered there H 1 Brown general manager of tlie Havana track U exacted to arrive here next Sunday or Monday Continued on second pace LATONIA OPENS WEDNESDAY Continued from first page In the meantime there is no cessation of activity iu the preparation for the racing The horses are being worked daily and kept in the best possible condition Latonia yesterday presented a busy scene with practically every horse at the course being given some kind of work and some of the fastest inoves of the week were recorded recordedTom Tom McDowells fine chestnut filly Precious created a most favorable impression when she worked a mile in l4i ng which was the best show ¬ ing of yesterday Azalea galloped a similar dis ¬ tance in 143 and Miller Hendersons Grundy ran a half mile in 49 49Other Other good works yesterday included the follow ¬ ing ingBac Bac Threequarters In 115 115Benef Benef actor Mile hi J45 Big Smoke Threequarters in 118 118Diamond Diamond Half mile in 47 47Enamelie Enamelie Threequarters in 117 117Exempted Exempted Threequarters iu 117 117FauxCol FauxCol Mile in 145 145Ilimterinan Ilimterinan Fiveeighths in 102 102I I winiwin Threequarters in 11C5 = John AV Klein Mile in J47 J47Jovial Jovial Mile in 147 147Korbly Korbly Threequarters in 117 Legal Threequarters in 117 117Linden Linden Threequarters in 117 117Little Little D Threequarters in 117 117Lottery Lottery Mile i 1471 Merry Twinkle Mile in l47Vs Paris Maid Threequarters iu 117 117Reuben Reuben Hugh Mite in 140 140Sausyining Sausyining Haif miie in 47 47Sedan Sedan Threequarter hi 117 117Silvery Silvery Light Threeeighths in 30 30Stockwell Stockwell Fiveeighths in 102 102Aelvet Aelvet Joe Mile in 140 140Yenghee Yenghee Threequarters in 117

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