Latonia Stables Crowded: Horses Are Flocking to the Track from All Directions, Daily Racing Form, 1921-09-02


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1 . 1 j : , ; , 1 LATONIA STABLES CROWDED Horses Are Flocking to the Track From All Directions. : Big Stables of Ward and Goose Amongthe Recent Arrivals From Canadian Tracks. CINCINNATI. Ohio, September 1. The stables of J. S. Ward and Boseoe Goose, which enjoyed a most profitable season on the Canadian tracks, and whose jockey, II. J. Burke, proved to be, one of the best riders at the Windsor meeting, reached here today. The shipment included Dodge. Adonis. Gloria France, Colossus, Maehiavelli, Hereafter, Spirit Lake. Brcii-nan and Forestall. The combined stable captured in all fourteen purses, four of which were won by Hereafter alid Adonis, three by Dodge, two by Mer-limac. and one by Colossus. Merrimae, which was lost by the claiming route, won two purses for the stable. The good three-year-old Cold Digger felt lame some time ago and was turned out. Jockey H. J. Burke did not come here with the horses, but will arrive Saturday niorniti!;. The five yearlings that Mr, AAnrd secured at the Saratoga sales have, been shipped to Lexington. Decent arrivals from Lexington", include the stables of .1. MePherson, W. L. Lewis and it. C. Frakes. The. MePherson string comprised Wood-trap -Aloicljiiiitt-Urothrly Love, . Marvin . May,. Wise -fanf "NVlurTaTrTell and Dabbling Louder. The Lewis consignment consisted of British Maid. Smuts. Tkibodeaux and Hinkle. Dob Frakes brought Quick View, Penwoll, Coley McDevitr, Megan, Granite Eyes and the good two-year-old Jauie.? D. Drown. Dan Lehan reached here today from Louisville with Humphrey. Margaret Windsor, Castlereagh, Spats. Elkwood and Ida McGee from the same point. Dick Drooks arrived with Handel, Foul Weather and Grit. The stables of Dortch Drothers and Jack Hanover were also unloaded from Louisville. The stable of li. 1". Marshall, the Pittsburgh lawyer, is a recent arrivals and consists of Cut tp, Deg Pardon. McGoldrick and Cncle Dert. K. I. Daxter is here with a small stable that comprises Candle Light, Foster Embry. Dolph and Quaker. B. .1. Ferris is a recent arrival from Windsor with Aph, Hondo, Short Circuit and Colonel T. IN CONDITION AFTER SUMMERS REST. " The horses of K. L. Fitzgerald and W. F. Poison, which summered here are in excellent condition and ready to race to their best form. The Fitzgerald band embraces Sirocco. Different Kyes, Indian Chant, Peasant. Nepe. Hainan. Kling, Drothcr John. Miss Hope and Pacifier. The Poison stable includes Dasil. Parole, Pyx, Pattern, Vulcanite. Peace Pennant. Parker. Pay and Dr. Pralt. Lawrence Lyke, the Dradley stable rider, arrived today from his home in New York State. Jockeys Lunsford and McCoy are also on hand for the meeting. Ed Jasper, placing judge and entry clerk, is on hand for the meeting. Stewards Charles F. Price. S. C. Nuckols and Andrew Leonard arrived tonight. Cal Milam has taken up Louis Adair, a three-year-old maiden by Marathon Ethel Carr and will race him at this meeting. Jim Everman lias all of the horses in his care In good health and ready to race. The stable includes Dilly Drush, Stella K., Last Brush. Birdie 0." Colonel G., Queen High, Lou Widrig, Not Yet and Harold K. Lou Calm has a small but useful string here ready for the meeting, the best known ones being Iord Allen. British Liner, Philanderer and Iarader. Jim Moody will campaign only three horses next fall, these being Hatrack. Waterford and Girlie. At the end of the Kentucky racing season the three will go to Cuba. Frank tiering will race Grey Eagle and Baigneur. Gen. Haig, tin; former good haudicai. lior.-e CuiC U. II. McGarvey is training for AV. O. is in better condition than for some time, and promises to duplicate his former successes. The others in trainer McGarveys care are Port Light. Old Bed. Bapid Day. Warsaw and Wickford. Danny Miller is still training Jack Hare Jr. for T. M. Dolts of Covington, and the good horse is in fine fettle. His owner offered him fi sale during the last Iatonia meeting and. while :ie received many offers, none approached what Mr. Bolts considered the horses real worth.

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