Eastern Campaign For Glorio., Daily Racing Form, 1910-02-23


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EASTERN CAMPAIGN FOR GLORIO El Paso Tex February 22 Glorlo achieved a cantering victory in the feature race at Tcrrazas Park today It was a handicap and the giant son of Galveston Cleodora carried top weight of 12 IKinnds His trio of opponents German Silver 92 Early Tide 100 and Orbed Lad 10 were all in re ¬ ceipt of big weight confessions Glorio could easily have lowered the track record of l2Gt for seven furlongs had he been extended Cleodora the dam of Glorio was a gray mare whose wind wtis so affected that she raced with st silver tube In her throat Glorio will lx campaigned on the New York tracks the coming summer Local horsemen consider him a marvelous horse Ills present owner W P Fine is a poor man and owning a racer like Glorio Is such an expensive luxury that he may conclude to dispose of him While a horse of enormous size and a superlative weight carrier Glorio is so nicely pro portioned and hat such smooth actiou that his big ¬ ness is not apparent to superficial observers observersDespite Despite the powerful counter attraction of the aviation contests at El Paso a big crowd of racing enthusiasts filled the Terrazas Park enclosure when the bugle called the field to the post for the first race Odd Uose which finished close up in the Great Filly Stakes at Sheepshead Bay last fall graduated from the maiden class in the Introductory sprint While running in the name and colors of 1 IJ Wainwright Odd Hose really belongs to John Randolph Luzader son of Frederick Luzader trainer for the Walnwright stable This new recruit to the ranks of race horse owners celebrated his third birth ¬ day recently recentlyBnsv Bnsv Man the heavilybacked evenmoney favor ¬ ite in tlie last race refused to break and was prac tlcallv left The horse would not run under Garners urging and came in a half mile behind the others The stewards had tlie horse examined by a veterinarian who reported that he was lame in bis right foreleg The future entry of Busy Man was then ordered refused refusedWeather Weather aud track conditions were perfect and the sport developed was first class Many Mexican no ¬ tables including Kenor Don Alec Me la Arena of Aqua Calientesand Mexico City a steward of the Mexican Jockey Club were present

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