Mud Runners Day At Juarez., Daily Racing Form, 1910-02-08


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MUD RUNNERS DAY AT JUAREZ JUAREZEl El Paso Tex February 7 Charlie Hargrayes commanding victory in the Primavcra Handicap electrified 40X si ectators at Terrazas Park yester ¬ day Though opposed by the flower of the sprinting division in local training including Prince Ahmed Uighteasy Kithard Iteed King Cobalt Jolly Colonel Bob and Al Mullcr the Napa Stock Farmbred three yearold demonstrated such superiority in the run ¬ ning that horsemen and public alike were astounded A slight rain had fallen during the forenoon which rendered the track slippery and deceptive Many horses unaccustomed to tin going and unfavorably affected by it were unable to stride freely and at j the start of the stake race both Prince Alimed and Jolly sprawled helplessly and were immediately eliminated as contenders The ultimate victor him ¬ self away slowly closed a big gap in the first three furlongs and then drew out to win as he pleased It was a remarkable achievement from any viewpoint viewpointMax Max Hirscli the trainer engaged by the big racing confederacy recently formed composed of Alberto Terrazas and Price McKinney had an option on Charlie Hargrave before the holidays for 4000 Now twice that sum has been refused for him Austins colt is a giant in stature and one of the most im ¬ proved horses in training His work previous to the race had been phenomenally fast and he was hacked to to 1 from a high quotation of to 1 Benschotcn rode the Primavcra victor and was greeted with a notable demonstration of applause Another popular success developed with the running of thu fifth race in which Marchmonet and Dugau prevailed The crowd went wild when they led their opposition home The winner raced in the name of the Lobby Stable which is owned by J II Adams a wealthy and popular local supporter of racing Former jockey John M Singleton trains for the Lobby Stable and enjoys an absolutely clean score since he entered on his present duties Molesworth rode two winners Iddie Dugan showed his oldtime almost Invincible form on Marcliinoiiet and was the recipient of much applause applauseThis This final mouth of raring at Juarez will make ample amends for the drawbacks in weather and at ¬ tendance of the first four weeks The success of the great Terrazas Park venture is now absolutely as ¬ sured

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