Latonia Turf Notes, Daily Racing Form, 1935-06-27


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3 f ■ 2 f • ° | * and 3 5 i 8 2 2 i 2 1 2 1 2 5 %, ft I LAT0NIA TURF NOTES $ a According to plans of trainer Pete Schef- fel, who has a division of the Dixiana horses in his care, he will ship Highland Lane, Shining Hour and Mr. Ricks to Chicago, Sunday, where they will be turned over to Clyde Van Dusen. head trainer of the T. C. Fisher horses. The following performers will be sent to the farm near Lexington: Icy Wind, Our Tamb, Miss Toro and Prince Dean. The latter is the property of Schef- fel. The horses that will be sent to Lexington will be rested and then taken up for a campaign at Dade Park. Ancient King, which was brought here to race in the interest of Mrs. A. Lyons and which broke down during the running of the first race Tuesday, had to be destrojed. The horse sustained a broken leg. Jockey Frankie Burley has been engaged to ride J. Shakespeares Geo. Gable in the Cincinnati Trophy, which will engage juven-5 les. E. E. Minor, agent representing the Railway Express, was an arrival from Lexington where he supervised the shipment of trotters from that city. Minor plans on remaining here indefinitely. Jockeys J. Marinelli, J. Mayer and Leslie Pichon resumed riding Wednesday after serving five-day suspensions. Jockey Harry Louman was another to return to saddle duty after a days rest, occasioned by a bad- ly cut finger. • Col. Edward R. Bradley came from Chi cago, arriving in Cincinnati Wednesday morning. The distinguished Kentuckian was on hand to witness the performances of Binocular, Bold Bid and Behind Me, which engaged in the second and fourth races. Trainer D. T. Hisle has charge of the Bradley horses here. Racing secretary William H. Shelley distributed the fifth and final issue of the La-tonia condition book Wednesday. It is the intention of trainer Tommy Murray to weed out some of the inferior performers in the W. F. Kneblekamp string. Murray will ship some horses to Empire City if he obtains the stalls which he applied for. Among those he will send to the Yonkers course are the high ranking Emileo, which races for Miss Lillian Kneb-elkamp, Line Drive and Woodway. Jockey Leonard Hale, who is engaged to ride in the Cincinnati Trophy Saturday, will leave for Chicago as soon as he fills his engagements in that stake. He will report to trainer Van Dusen. Mucho Gusto, bay son of Marvin Bay and Sweetheart Time seems to possess an abundance of speed, probably inherited from his parents, both of which were extremely fast thoroughbreds. Mucho Gusto, a consistent performer, turned in the outstanding work Wednesday morning, negotiating three-quarters in 1:13%, with plenty of weight aboard. The fractional time for the Shakespeare colt was :23%, :35% and :47%. He did it in a manner that would suggest he is on the improve, and might upset some of his more highly regarded rivals in the near future.

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