Terrazas Parks Gala Day: Thousands See Magnificent New Race Course For First Time.; Beautiful Souvenirs of Occasion Distributed and Many Friends Made for the Sport--Marchmonet Victorious in Feature Race., Daily Racing Form, 1910-02-18


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TERRAZAS PARKS GALA DAY THOUSANDS SEE MAGNIFICENT NEW RACE COUKSE FOR FIRST TIME Beautiful Souvenirs of Occasion Distributed and andMany Many Friends Made for the Sport Marchmonet MarchmonetVictorious Victorious in Feature Race El Paso Tex February 17 The fifteen layers of odds at Terrazas Turk paid out thousands of dollars to the public today A majority of the favorites won at lucrative odds and every winner had a big following From every viewpoint it was a grand day for horse racing in this section It was at nice souvenir and ladies day and an immense crowd visited the great race course Many thousands of the local M iuIation saw it for the lirst time and nine out of ten of the siieculatively inclined won u bet and carried borne an elaborate and artistic souvenir booklet containing views of El Paso Juarez and Tcrrazas Park No expense was spared in the getting up of this remarkable work and its publica ¬ tion made thousands of friends and supporters for the best of all outdoor sports sportsThe The card was a good one ami results were In line with public form Tiie principal racing feature a handicap at five and a half furlongs was captured l y Marchmonet This is the only horse owned by the Lobby Stable a local racing confederacy in wliicli J 31 Adams lias the biggest interest A coterie of prominent young business Mien who race for pleasure are associated with Mr Adams in this enterprise The victory of Marchmonct was greeted with enthusiasm Trainer J M Singleton sent Marchmouet back today confident that the gelding would reverse liis defeat of yesterday but he was only lightly backed backedL L O Loe uncovered a coming crack juvenile in Folk wbicli won the twoyearold dash at three and a half furlongs furlongsThe The steward issued an order immediately after the second race denying the privileges of the course to Charles Closson and C Pyle respectively owner and trainer of the black mare Anona which finished third because the jockey Cook who rode heiv car ¬ ried a whip whicli bad a sharp tack attachment at the end The rider had plied the whip industriously and the mares right side was bleeding profusely from the effects Two valets named W Young and U Howcll were also involved and barred from the track Jockey Cook was suspended pending investi ¬ gation gationJockey Jockey Louder was disciplined by the stewards for striking Garner with his whip during the running of the lirst race

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