Latonias Cuban Special: Leaves covington Track November 7 with About 130 Horses, Representing 25 Stables, Daily Racing Form, 1922-11-04


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I LATONIAS CUBAN SPECIAL Leaves Covington Track November 7 With About 130 Horses, Representing 25 Stables. CINCINNATI, Ohio, November 3. Charles H. Lansdale, in charge of the shipment of horses from Latonia to Oriental Park, has completed all arrangements for the big Havana special horse train, scheduled to leave the Latonia yards of the L. and N. Railroad on the morning of November 7. The train will consist of fourteen steel horse cars, two passenger coaches and a Pullman, and will run to Oriental Park without change. The j train is due to reach its destination on the evening of November 9. Approximately 130 horses will be aboard this train, representing twenty-five stables, including a number that have been good moheyfwinners at the Latonia meeting. Fol-lpwingardjthe stables with the number ;offo6rses0haTvill represent them: W. F. Knebelkamprie; J. H. Moody, 10; Edward F. Seagram, 4; Williams Brothers, 8; E. L. , Fitzgerald, 9; J. A. Parson, 10; W. L. Drake, ,5; S. T. Baxter, 6; Frank Rector, 4; A. Au-ibuchon, 3; U. J. Hak, 4; James Gass, 3; T. Hoeffler, 4; Harry Herdel, 6; H. M. Stevens, j4; H. G. Woods, 5; C. P. Smith, 4; H. Van Ry, 3; R. A. Forshay, 4; William Dondas, C; !E. L. Woods, 4; W. A. McKinney, 3; C. ;Hawk, 2. There will probably be a number I of additions to this list before the day of shipment. J The stable of Lon Bellew, numbering seven :head, and that of J. L. Paul, comprising ten j horses, will be shipped to Havana from Hen-jderson, following the termination of that meeting. J Among the jockeys who will go from La-; tonia to Havana will be B. Scheffel, T. Brothers, A. Yerrat, H. Kaiser, E. Ambrose, G. Fields and H. Glick. Al Kirby, who holds the contract on the clever apprentice J. Corcoran, will probably send that rider to Havana for the meeting. Kirby is of the opinion that Oriental Park, which has developed so many capable riders, would be a fine place for Corcoran to gain more experience. If Corcoran does go to Havana he is likely to prove to be the star of the riding colony at Oriental Park. John Hachmeistef, presiding steward at the Cuban track, has taken quite an interest in Corcoran and has advised Kirby to send the boy to the Cuban track. E. Ambrose, one the best riders in the country, will also be a valuable addition to the Cuban riding brigade. It will te the first time for him to ride in Cuba. He will go with Lee Madison, who will be in charge of Edward F. Seagrams horses. This will also mark the first time for Mr. Seagrams colors to be carried on a Cuban track.

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