Glorio Redeems Himself: Good Son Of Galveston Carries Top Weight To Victory At Juarez.; Seemingly Beaten Beginning Final Quarter, He Finishes with Sensational Rush and Scores Easily--Secretary Davis on Way to Florida., Daily Racing Form, 1910-02-20


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GIOBIO REDEEMS HIMSELF GOOD SON OF GALVESTON CARRIES TOP WEIGHT TO VICTORY AT JUAREZ Seemingly Beaten Beginning Final Quarter He Finishes with Sensational Rush and Scores Easily Secretary Davis on Way to Florida El Paso Tex February 10 Glorio redeemed him self in the handicap at Tcrrazus Park today The giant sou of Galveston had been scaled down from 140 pounds the weight assigned him following his last victory to 124 pounds before he was again suc ¬ cessful In the meantime he had scored a series of heroic failures and earned a reputation despite his defeats second to no oilier liorse at the track This race was a thriller from first to last Glorio was sent along from the start to keep within striking distance of the fast and lightly weighted Lomond He was finally surrounded on the last turn and after seem ¬ ingly being beaten beginning the last quarter the big horse linally drew out as if shot from a catapult and made good with sensational ease During his cyclonic ctosing rush lie bumped Marchmonet Into a pocket behind Lomond and before the Adams gelding could extricate ihimself an l obtain clear sailing the nice was over ilarchmonet Is a hard horse to ride and but for being handicapped for a weak finisher liko Molesworth he probably would have won instead of landing a pullingup third thirdA A big halfholiday crowd visited the great Juarez course the feminine element predominating Weather and track conditions were perfect the card was up to the best standard and on the whole it was one of the best days of the meeting meetingSecretary Secretary Lyinan II Davis left tonight for Jack ¬ sonville to interest horsemen racing at the Florida track in the stakes of the Empire City Racing Asso ¬ ciation and the New Louisville Jockey Clnb soon to close During Mr Davis absence Edward Jasper will discharge the duties of secretary and handi eapiKT Mr Jasper is one of the most experienced racing officials in the country and for several seasons acted in a similar capacity at Los tVngeles tVngelesColonel Colonel M 1 Winn entertained a numerous com ¬ pany of railroad officials at luncheon in the race course cafe after the races It is understood that the publicity departments of the seven great rail ¬ roads entering El Paso have announced their inten ¬ tion of cooperating with the Jockey Club Juarez in advertising the wonderful Mexican racing plant in adequate fashion

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