Cincinnati Trophy Day: Cotton Blossom Victress in a Close Finish with By Golly.; Sennings Park Defeats Old Rosebud in a Fast Mile--Latonias Meeting Ends Grandly., Daily Racing Form, 1919-07-06


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CINCINNATI TROPHY DAY Cotton Blossom Victress in a Close Finish with By Golly Sennings Park Defeats Old Rose ¬ bud in a Fast Mile Latonias Meeting Ends Grandly LATONIA Ky July 5 J S Hawkins Cos speedy Cotton Blossom daughter of Luke McLuke rCrownlet and capably ridden by T Murray ac ¬ counted for the Cincinnati Trophy having a net value of 8070 to the winner the richest prize that has fallen to the share of any of its more or less famous winners during its eighteen renewals A valuable plate also accompanied the purse B It Bradleys By Colly landed second and Marjorie Hynes third witli Lunetta in fourth place enabling her to save her stake stakeThirteen Thirteen of the best youngsters in these parts took part in the contest The winner showed ex ¬ treme speed from the start and made the pace fast under restraint and after disposing of Mickey Moore held the nice safe and displaying much gameness in outstaying By Golly The latter might have been the best in the race but found it diffi ¬ cult to get through in the early running and on the stretch turn had to lose ground when coming around several of the leaders He was going faster than the winner at the finish Marjorie Hynes was al ¬ ways prominent but began tiring near the end and Lunetta would not have had much difficulty over ¬ hauling her In a few more strides stridesAnother Another record crowd was on hand to witness tlie final day racingandf attending Incidents In connection with the windup of the most successful season of racing ever staged in Kentucky For a getaway offering secretary Will Shelley had staged a promising card and the resultant sport was on a par with the best that has developed here hereThe The Cincinnati Trophy was the outstanding race but the mile handicap contested by Sennings Park and Old Rosebud came in for probably more in ¬ terest as a royal battle was expected between the pair In this the crowd was not disappointed for the pair of cracks made a sparkling duel with the younger racer the victor by a neck but to out ¬ stay Old Itosehml it became necessary for Sen ¬ nings Park to run the mile in 13GJ equaling the record yesterdayTin made by Drastic yesterday Tin throequarters handicap was another splendid contest with High Cost again triumphant this time over Sewell Combs and Toy Coat with the veteran Top o ta Morning again a disappointment disappointmentDan Dan Lehans colors were carried to victory in a double his representatives Brig of War and Easter Flower scoring respectively in the first two races Brig of AVars success was a hollow one and his showing an improvement over his last race Easter Flower had to exert herself to her utmost to get home in advance of Lorraine and Diamond Girl GirlBreeze Breeze carrying Kay Spences colors made a runaway of the sixth race with Sans Peur II and Antoinette fighting it out for second place and winding up noses apart in the above order orderSun Sun Soil accounted for the last race of the meet ¬ ing and Ills victory was of the easiest variety The strong support lie had foreshadowed his good per ¬ formance Money Maker and Dick Williams a pair of seriously regarded ones were never prominent in the running runningMURRAY MURRAY AND ROBINSON DIVIDE HONORS HONORSJockeys Jockeys Murray and Robinson distinguished them ¬ selves during the afternoon each landing three winners Jockey Canfield accounted for the other race raceJ J O Keene member of the Kentucky State Itaciug Commission who owns the promising stallion Luke McLuke was highly elated witli Cotton Blos ¬ som performance also that of Luuetta another laughter of Luke McLuke which finished fourth after having to overcome some interference Her race in the estimation of Jack Kcene was as good as tin winners and impressed him to the extent that he immediately took out 10000 additional insiiranie on her McBrayer Moore who is inter ¬ ested in Cotton Blossoms ownership and also owns the dam Crownlet booked her and Fontarabia to Lukf McLuke for next year at a stud fee of 500 each eachResident Resident manager Harry F Breivogel of Latonia track in commenting on the just terminated meet ¬ ing said From every point of view the meeting has been entirely satisfactory The class of the racing it seems to me lias compared favorably with any previously known in Kentucky and the generous supi ort of the public in conjunction with the ready response of theLhorsemen lias brought results that are highlyiigratlfoing Racing seems to increase in populai CaVgrjyvith each succeeding meeting and it is certain tMat the Kentucky Jockey Club will continue its pplwy of upbuilding to the end that Latonia may takof takofa a foremost place among American race courses as it properly should shouldThe The horses of Edward B McLean leased by John F Schorr were first away for Saratoga the entire consignment going by express at noon and will reach Saratoga tomorrow morning Jockey Lunsford connected with the stable will go to Empire City where he will take mounts mountsThe The horses of Mose Goldblatt will be shipped to the Empire City track tomorrow where they will be raced Goldblatt during the day succeeded in securing the contract on jockey T Murray for the Empire meetingFrank City meeting Frank J Bruen former assistant to John Hach meister is still in Havana looking after affairs con ¬ nected with the track there It is highly probable that lie will be appointed resident manager of the course when all formalities attending the transfer of the new interests are concluded concludedA A number of owners who counted on getting stable room at Empire City and failed will ship direct to Saratoga The horses of C E Patterson were among those that failed to get stable room at the Younkers track and will be shipped to Saratoga

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