Wealthy Mexicans Interested., Daily Racing Form, 1910-05-26


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WEALTHY MEXICANS INTERESTED. Monterey. Mex, May 25. — The syndicate of Mexicans organized to construct and operate a race track on the oiitskiits of Monterey at a cost of $.VMt,»li embraces in its membership some of the wealthiest 1 n, en in northern Mexico and includes Joaquin Maiz, • Victor Riv.ro. Fernando Ancira. Pablo Burchard. Mariano Hernandez. Constantino de Farnava. Emilio 1 il.lliou, L. F. Poston, Juan Run-hard, Rodolfo 0 Garcia, Patricio V. Milmo, F. de Marnioi. Santiago IJ Reldeii. Jose A. Troxiuo and Francisco Cirilo. The ■ state government has granted a liberal concession a for the proposed enterprise. It is annouut-d that t General GetOBhaO Treviuo, the governor of the e state, is strouglv in favor of racing. He is the e owner of a large name ranch and he believes that t racing encourages the improving of the breed of the e animals. The racing plant will be BMdeta in every t respect. The contract for the construction of the one mile track and the necessary buildings will be e 1. I as s.von as the plans can be drawn ami approved. The eeaceaataa tm racing also includes the book-nialcing privilege. It is planned to have the plant t ready for operation in about six months. The members" i- of the syndicate represent a capital of several 1 milliou dollars.

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