Ready At Fair Latonia: Prospects Never Brighter for a Wonderful Racing Meeting--Seating Capacity Enlarged., Daily Racing Form, 1922-06-02


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READY AT FAIR LATONIA Prospects Never Brighter for a aWonderful Wonderful Racing Meeting Seating Capacity Enlarged CINCINNATI Ohio June 1 Fair Latonia Is virtually ready for next Tuesdays open ¬ ing of what holds out every promise of being the most brilliant season of summer racing in tho forty years history of tho track so picturesquely located amid the hills of Ken ¬ tucky just across the Oluo River from thia city cityTrack Track superintendent Charles Nolle has been faithfully carrying into effect tho ideas of general manager Matt J Winn for the further embellishment of the plant and it will present an inviting appearance indeed when the gates are thrown open to the pub ¬ lic on Tuesday for the inauguration of the meeting of twentynine days of the finest brand of racing that it is possible to provide with the lure of rich stakes and valuable overnight purses to bring into frequent ac ¬ tion the many highclass horses with which tho stables at Latonia will be filled by the time opening day arrives arrivesOne One of the notable improvements under ¬ taken and completed this spring is the new baby grand stand constructed of steel which is located just east of the paddock This building will seat 1000 persons and will prove to be a most popular place placeAll All of the important racing establishments whoso horses have been racing in Kentucky this spring will be transferred en masse to Latonia upon the close of the Churchill Downs meeting on Saturday next and in addition some stables that have not figured in the meetings at Lexington and Louisville will make their debut for the year at the Kenton County track trackThe The problem of providing stabling accom ¬ modation for all the horsemen who are de ¬ sirous of taking part in the Latonia meeting became so acute that general manager Winn was forced to the necessity of restricting stall reservations to horses actually ready to race but the demands this year are ex ¬ traordinary and furnish one of several equal ¬ ly good reasons for the general belief that Latonia will be the scene of the most re ¬ markable race meeting in all the long and illustrious history of the Kentucky turf With an abundance of good horses fit and ready to fill the tempting races with which the program book is so well supplied it is indeed a pleasing prospect that the patrons of racing at Latonia are facing

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