High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles The Latonia Derby was an
American Thoroughbred horse race run annually from 1883 through
1937 at Latonia Race Track in Latonia, Kentucky. Open to
three-year-old horses, for its first 52 years the Latonia Derby was
contested at a mile and a half; in 1935, the race was shortened to
a mile and a quarter. It began as the Hindoo Stakes in honor of the
Kentucky-bred U.S. Racing Hall of Fame horse, Hindoo. The race
usually attracted the Kentucky Derby winner; it became so popular
that in 1912 a motion picture was made by Independent Motion
Picture Co. entitled Winning the Latonia Derby, featuring silent
film star King Baggot.
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