Racing In Tropic Heat: Latonias Patrons Swelter, but Stand It to View Fast Racing.; Pastoureau Outraces Ginger in Feature Dash--Miss Jemima Wins in Fast Time., Daily Racing Form, 1920-06-12


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RACING IN TROPIC HEAT Latonias Patrons Swelter but Stand It to View Fast Racing Pastoureau Outraces Ginger in inFeature Feature Dash Miss Jemima JemimaWins Wins in Fast Time BY J T DEMPSEY DEMPSEYIjATONIA IjATONIA Ky June 11 Pastoureati carrying the colors of the Chicago sportsman Frank T Killy was victor in tlio feature rare of todays Latonia card a dash at a mile and a sixteenth for a jinrso of 220 Avon easily after a strenu ¬ ous effort to dispose of Ginger which during the earlier runiing Rave promise of leading throughout hut found tlie distance a bit too far The veteran Leoehares Icouied up as a strong fighter just before reaching the stretch turn hut the final drive found him tiring arid he harely lasted for third place placeThere There was io abatement of the intense heat that has prevailed in these parts during the last week and the lightninglike track again was responsible for fast time in most of the dashes dashesMiss Miss Jemima which was held to be queen last year of the twoyearold fillies cave evidence of again disputing with others for the title by a spar ¬ kling victory in the second race in which she triumphed with the utmost ease over Brookholt and Siren Maid winning as her rider pleased and running tlireequirters in 111 She was backed to the exclusion of tho others in the race and was the shortest priced winner on a Kentucky track in nianyypjirs u oTr Edward H McLeans colors were carried to an easy victory in the fourth race by his Mint Cat After racing far hack for a half mile the English son of Catmint Arlctte moved by his opponents as if they were standing still and drew out in the stretch to win by five lengths hard held Myste ¬ rious Girl outstiTMig Sterling for second place placeKewpie Kewpie ONeil and David Craig engaged in a spectacular struggle in the opener with Kewpie ONeil just managing to get the verdict in the last stride David Craig apparently had the race won in the last twenty yards but he tired unex ¬ pectedly at the end endIt It was a great shock to horsemen here to learn of 7 B Elwells mysterious death Former jockey Lloyd Gentry who is in charge of the Klwell horses here was unaware of his employers death and does not know what disposition will be made of the horses horsesBIG BIG CL10WD TO SEE DERBY DERBYKvery Kvery indication points to Latonia Derby Day to ¬ morrow being tho banner day iu the long history of the track airl an attendance rivaling that of Kentucky Derby Day is in prospect To simplify betting facilities miituel machines will he installed for advance letting on the Derby Paul Jones will be transferred on Sunday to New York If a car can be secured It is trainer Garths intention to have Dr McCully give him attention when he reaches New York YorkII II G Bedwell sent a telegram here this after ¬ noon that he hail shipped four of his horses from Belmont Park to engage in the racing here He did not designate the Iorses that would carry the J K L Ross colors colorsCharles Charles F vlriinger resident manager of the Churchill Downs track passed through here this morning en nine to Babylon L I where he spends his annual vacation Mr Grainger and his family are motoring from Louisville to Long Island IslandW W A RurlHUell concluded arrangements for the transfer of the contract held by P Dunne on II Kings services The rider is promising and has an apprentice allowance allowanceThe The twoyearolds Drake died yesterday of lung fever feverJockey Jockey Rodriguez will return to Canada after the running of the T itonia Derby and Johnson will go back to New York Sunday SundayPlacide Placide FrUino was among the visitors from New Orleans to fee the running of the Latonia Derby DerbyThe The colors of John Ilachmeister former manager of the Latonia and Douglas Park tracks were noted this afternoon and were carried by his two yearold MeGoodwin a son of Last Coin or Colin Fairy Story The olt ran a good race consider ¬ ing that he was gncn and it was his first start startJockeys Jockeys F Smith and Graves were each sus ¬ pended for thro days by the starter for disobedi ¬ ence at the post

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