Opening Day At Latonia: All in Readiness with Excellent Prospects and a Fast Track.; Ten Fast Ones Named to Contest the Latonia Autumn Inaugural Handicap--Track Talk., Daily Racing Form, 1918-11-13


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OPENING DAY AT LATONIA AH in Readiness with Excellent Prospects and a Fast Track Ten Fast Ones Named to Contest Contestthe the Latonia Autumn Inaugural InauguralHandicap Handicap Track Talk Cincinnati O November 12 With the prospects bright for a successful season of racing Latonia will throw open its gates tomorrow for the meeting 111i deferred Everything at the picturesque track is in n complete state of preparedness and Manager Hachmeister and his assistants are ready to start the ball rolling With a continuance of Tuesdays splendid weather and excellent track conditions nothing will be lacking to make the opening day an unqualified success The days card is splendid and should be productive of some stellar contests Ten of the best in the western handicap division save been named to start in the Latonia Autumn Inaugural which will be worth approximately 3r00 to the winner The field named includes Rancher which will undoubtedly lie installed favorite if the track remains fast Viva America which can run in uiy kind of going Fruit Cake Freecutter Heavcrkill Bribed Voter Precious Tumbler Fern liandley and Opportunity This field ought to put up a rattling good contest The other races are all t tractive notably the allowance affair for two yearolds in which such fine juveniles as Colonel Livingston Col Taylor Linden and Toto are among the entries entriesAll All of the officials who will serve at the meeting e now on the ground Presiding Judge Charles F Price being the last one to arrive here Julius Rceder who will succeed Will Shelley as clerk of the sealeswlias bwn here for uome time timeThe The ten yearlings that James Howe trainer of the Harry Payus Whitney stable shipped to Mose GoliJblaU have arrived at Latonia in good condi ¬ tion A number of the older horses from Brookdale Farm that Golilblatt will race for the Whitney rtuble are due in the course of a few days It is trainer Goldblatts intention at the conclusion of the Latonia meeting to ship the entire string to Hot Springs where they will be wintered and pre ¬ pared for the spring races at that place The youngsters now in Goldblatts care are a superb band and are the product of the Whitney breeding cstaBlishment Their breeding follows Bay gelding by Broomstick Fiesole Bay gelding by Kronen Paradise II Brown gelding by 3Iacdonald II Black Venus Brovn colt by Peter Pan Frill Chestnut colt by Peter Pan First Flight Chestnut colt bv Macdouald II Tanya Chestnut filly by Whisk Broom II Vallct Chestnut fillv bv All Gold Ascension Chestnut gelding by All Gold Pageant Chestnut gelding by Peter Pan Conhmiine C Nuekols Jr secretary of the Kentucky State Racing Commission and who will serve as one of the placing judges arrived Tuesday from his home In Versailles VersaillesC C C Van Meter arrived from Louisville bring ¬ ing with him a couple of twoyearold maidens maidensJohn John S Ward telegraphed from Pimlico request ins that six stalls be reserved for him Franklin anil Midway are the chief ones in the Ward stable stableINDIES INDIES DAY THURSDAY THURSDAYSecretary Secretary Campl ell expects to arrange a most attractive program for Thursday when the fair sex will Ixsthe guests of the club The chief race in that day will be an allowance dash at one mile in which the better class of horses will be brought together togetherHcnrv Hcnrv 3IcI aniel wired from Pimlico that lie cx pocted to bring Willis Kharpu Kilmers Kentucky Derby winner Exterminator to fill his engagement in the Latonia Cup to be run November 2X He will bring a couple of other horses at the same sameWJiile WJiile being worked Tuesday morning A B Gallahcrs twoyearold Charlie Rector fell lame lamed d will have to be retired retiredII II D Brown arrived Tuesday and reported that the prospects are exceedingly bright for the Ha ¬ vana meeting meetingJim Jim Baker arrived witli Weczie Girl and Parking reiHirts that his old campaigner Irish Gentleman has been turned out outDr Dr C II Richards has conclude arrangements witli Jefferson Livingston for the purchase of San syming Solid Rock and Sosius Richards reported timt he had sold to Fred E Jaggers the twoyear old Roderick Dim DimThe The twoyearold Bonstelle formerly in charge of Jim Everman has been turned over to Kay Spence to train by the colts owner George Bonstelle of New York YorkLutonia Lutonia horsemen who own automobiles wen well represented in the parade held Monday afternoon in Coviugton in celebration of the end of the war They were present on the invitation of the Keiiton County Board of National Defense John Hach mcister Jack Campbell E R Bradley Kay Spence Rome Respess T C 3IcDowell 3Ios Goldblatt and Al Kirby were among those who participated participatedConsiderable Considerable activity marked training operations Tuesday morning Over a fast track trainers were mibled to wild their charges along at a fast clip with the result that many sharp moves were noted notedFollowing Following are some of the l est workouts workoutsAzalea Azalea 3Iile in 143 143Big Big Fellow 3Iile in 144 144Blue Blue Paradise 3Iiie in 140 140Busy Busy Alice Threeeighths in H Courtship Threequarters in 119 119Diliward Diliward Roberts Threequarters in 115 115Fair Fair Orient 3Fih in 144 144Fern Fern Handley Mile in Hocnir 31 ih in 14K 14KHowdy Howdy Howdy Mile in 14 14Independence Independence Mile in 141 John Him Mile in 145 145Lottery Lottery Threequartern in 119 119Madrid Madrid Fivteighths in 103 = 3Ierrvvale Fiveeighths in 103 103Paris Paris 31aid Threeeighths in 35 35Passing Passing Fancy Mile in 145 145PLillstine PLillstine 3Iile in 143 143Precious Precious 31 il in 143 143Prinuro Prinuro Fiveeighths in 1 Rednion Fivoighths in 103 103Stephiii Stephiii R TlinHquarterx in 115 115Thistle Thistle Given Mil i 143 W W Hastings Tlnvuqiiartors in llol Wadsworths Last 31ile in l43s l43sengheeT3IiIe engheeT3IiIe in 14 14ZIm ZIm Mile in 14 5

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