Latonia Turf Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1926-06-30


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LATONIA TURF NOTES ■ * LATONIA, Ky., June 29. Kenneth Karrick arrived from New York with W. R. Coes splendid three-year-old | Black Maria, an intended starter in the La- ! tonia Oaks Saturday. The filly shipped with- : out incident and, barring mishap, will be at her best for the important event, according to Mr. Karrick. F. M. Grabers Stepalong, at one time one of the must capable hcrses in the West, fell j lame on the occasion of his first appearance in some time, in the first race today. The body of Dave Newman, negro stable groom, at Latonia, who was shot and killed I Monday night, was shipped to his wife in Lexington. Newman was forty-four years of age and bore an excellent reputation. He I worked for the late W. J. Young for over | ten years, and later was employed by flail laher Brothers. For the past year he was in the employ of C. W. Riedinger, Latonia turfman. Newman had charge of Giblon and Car.utus, the first named horse- figuring in the bad fall Monday. If. G. Bedwell has arranged to ship his stable to Horr.ewood track, near Chicago. King Tut came out of his race Monday in a very lame condition. Montfort Jones was an arrival from Berry -vill«, Va., and will remain for the remainder of the meeting. He announced that Uie Audley Farm Stables filly Dawn o Virginia prohaMy will be shipped here; from Fairmount Iark to race in the latonia Oaks Saturday. The Audley Farm horses will be racud at i Corey Island during the summer.

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