Juarez May Have Early Opening, Daily Racing Form, 1910-06-24


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JUAREZ MAY HAVE EARLY OPENING. New York. June 23. Col. Matt I. Winn, who is lier. aft.r having managed the most successful meet Etc |liahu9h has ll..l ill i ileca.le. said that the .p.iali..n of the pari unit u.l machines as a medium ot -peculation had l.e.n entirely satisfactory. -Our :.- ... ialioli." I.- Mid. "was gratified with what has been ac...mi.Iisli.d and is sanguine as to the future. KaturalH I deeplv retire! Hie unsettled condition of nrial affairs iii Hat east, not merely because ol my official rvlail .us h.-r. and of the many pleasant per solial is-.,., i.il ions I hae formed, lint also because we realize hum ir.iii.-ii.loiisly niiicli racing in New York means p. breeding -one of the great industries of K- nluckv. ••Ii, the unfortunate event of a temporary cessation of rrlaw in N.w Vurt state after Scplcmltcr I, until pome interpretation may he ha. I of the new statutes, just as much racing will lie given in Kentucky as will !«• possil.l.- .ind I may sav. I.hi. that Juarez will ..|,.n its gales in that contingency earlier tlian Tli.-tiiksgiv int.- dav. |M.s-il.ly as early a.; November 1. ••During the D.uisnlle iin-ciing the directors of the Juan-/ .I.m ke Club pass..,| a resolution fixing upon a m. -cling of at Last Hni .kus and guaranteeing at least .noo a dav in a.ld.d money, and. further, thai ill the event of .the meeting continuing longer an e.pial average amount | or dieiu will 1m- given. To meet the demands which Hie directors feel sure horsemen will make on lliein M«t additional bos stalls ate ataac eaaaataaa -t d. ••The cluhhouse and casino. t,Hi. is Hearing onmple tlon. This will b • of the most pretentious as ■well as comfortable institutions of its kind in America, and should rival the best that are on the f.ishi.malde coast of southern California. Besides 1h. Ih.IcIs in Kl Paso, recognizing the patronage thev r...ue,l last winter and anticipating that it will probably Ik- almost doubled n.-t winter, are remodel -ing and extendi** their accommodations. ••It is the intention of tlie club to cater to other high . lass forms ..r aaatt, to... in a word to make of Juarez a center where s|xirtsaien may gattcr and lind in their month- of winter recreation something that aaaj appeal to all. One of tin- first of these i- tie holding of all inter i. lie l - t- .1- telliiMi.-d lriti.-nal BBaethtg toitrnameut that will last for at b:,-i three areekn, with handicap- t i whi.-h from SL.oon to Jl.ihui will be added. Florida is the ,.ni state it, this .oiuiirv that a! present |»er-niits live bird vhootinir. and anyone who has l*-eii down aaaag Ike for s.uith.rn beaches knows what interest is taken in it. It is our purpose to make Juarez, as I hav.- said, a center for s| ort of the bihe-t .lass. with, of course, racing for the principal feature."

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