Kentucky to be Well Represented at Havana, Daily Racing Form, 1922-10-07


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KENTUCKY TO BE WELL REPRESENTED AT HAVANA LATONIA Ky., October C Frank J. Bruen, general manager of the Cuba-American Jockey and Auto Club, is due to visit La-tonia Saturday afternoon for an extended visit, during the course of which he will confer with horsemen regarding the plans mapped out for the forthcoming meeting at Havana. Mr. Bruen has been visiting the various tracks in the East and in Canada in the interest of the Cuban meeting and according to reports he has met with encouraging success. Charles IT. Lansdale, representative of Mr. Bruen at Latonia, has announced that the Cuban special horse train will leave Latonia Tuesday, November 7, a few days after the close of the local meeting. According to the number of reservations already made on this train it will be the largest that ever departed from Latonia for Havana. There is a considerable reduction this year in freight and passenger rates to Havana. The passenger rate for a round trip ticket from Cincinnati to Havana has been reduced to 25, while from Louisville it is .

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