Latest Racing Gossip from Latonia, Daily Racing Form, 1923-10-27


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LATEST RACING GOSSIP FROM LATONIA The program books for the final weeks racing were distributed among the horsemen today. The apprentice L. Steinhart had his first mount of the meeting when he rode IL P. Whitneys Good Night in the fourth race. Jockey G. W. Carroll, who has been engaged to ride for the Idle Hour Farm Stable, arrived from the East this afternoon. Euclid Allard, well-known turf follower, reached here today from New York and will remain until the close of the Kentucky fall season. L. Pichbn, who had the mount on Old Top in the second, was another thatwas fortunate to escape injury when his mount unseated him during the race. J. T. Looney, who came over from Lexington to witness the Queen City Handicap, has arranged to send five of his horses to New Orleans to be raced there. T. C. Bradley, mayor of Lexington and former owner of Wise Counsellor, was a visitor this afternoon and will remain over Saturday to view the running of the Queen City Handicap. Hal Price .Headley will ship Chacolet and Hopeless to Pimlico next Monday. Chacolet is intended to be a starter in some of the long-distance races to be featured by the Maryland Jockey Club. Negotiations for the contract of apprentice Blind, the promising western rider, has been concluded by E. R. Bradley paying ,500 more than the original terms and the rider will soon join the Bradley stable here.

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