Latonia Turf Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1935-06-11


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LATONIA TURF NOTES F C and J C McAtee prominent horse ¬ men from Louisville Ky were called to that city when notified of the death of their mother motherJockey Jockey Lee Canfield who is not eligible to ride until next Friday was allowed to fill his engagement on C R Thompsons Mary Terry in the Clipsetta having been engaged for the race before his suspension suspensionTrainer Trainer P H Mephan loaded Stimble Brief Case Gnomnie and Mad Career for Bainbridge The shipment got away Sun ¬ day dayJockey Jockey Dublin Taylor obtained permission from Mose Goldblatt to go to Omaha where the Oklahoma youngster will ride rideJ J E Hankins checked in Sunday with two unnamed twoyearolds from Lexington Ky Hankins stated his charges were ready to run runThe The veteran rider Walter Lilley donned colors for the first time at the meeting Mon ¬ day He had the mount on Mary Seibert in the second race raceJ J C Gillem has taken over the horses Sora Julia Irene and Oh Dave Terms of the transaction for the trio were private privateJockey Jockey Willie Klein affiliated with the sta ¬ ble of W F Knebelkamp will leave Thurs ¬ day night for Chicago where he will ride Emileo in his engagement in the Washing ¬ ton Park Juvenile Stakes StakesCharles Charles T Fisher who races his horses under the nom de course of Dixiana was on hand to witness the running of the Clip ¬ setta Stakes Saturday in which he was represented by First Class which finished second The Detroit manufacturer was ac ¬ companied by Ross Long who is manager of the extensive Dixiana breeding establish ¬ ment near Lexington Long reports the crop of Peter Hastings this year are the finest looking individuals produced by this promis ¬ ing sire This is the first year there has been any demand for the services of Peter Hastings by other breeders Among those who have bred mares to the son of Peter Pan is A B Hancock HancockTripp Tripp Up which races for R L Stivers has run his last race The useful son of Lee O Cotner broke one of his hind legs while breezing Monday morning The acci ¬ dent happened at the threeeighths post where there is a bad spot in the track Two riders were unseated at this point in the last week when their mounts stumbled stumbledJockey Jockey Fernando Fernandez who was thrown from Brown Man in the fourth race Saturday and who filled his enaggement on Honor Her in the fifth was forced to cancel his remaining engagements for Sat ¬ urday afternoon He however accepted mounts Monday despite a badly discolored eye which was injured in the fall fallJake Jake Zimbro prominent sportsman of Henderson Ky was an arrival from that city and reports great interest by racegoers of that section for the impending Dade Park meeting Zimbro said there are about 150 horses already on the grounds preparing to competeEmileo compete Emileo brilliant twoyearold son of Sun Pal and Lady Astor which races far Miss Lillian Knebelkamp will try for greater achievements having been shipped to Wash ¬ ington Park Monday to fill a stake engage ¬ ment The juvenile developed by trainer Tommy Murray leaves the Kentucky sector with a clean slate having been successful in his only two sarts In his last outing he ran the fiveeighths in 59 and won canter ¬ ing In achieving that contest he lost much ground which added more importance to the performance performanceJockey Jockey Mack Garner resumed riding on Monday after spending ten days on the ground for rough riding

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