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JUAREZ RACING IS RESUMED WEATHER REMAINS CHILLY, BUT PATRONS ARE KEPT WARM WITH FURNACES. Track Emerges from the Snow in Good Condition — Three Favorites Among Days Winners — A New Jockey, El Paso. Tex.. January 1 Raring was resumed at Juarez this afternoon. While the sun shone brightly, the weather wirs crisp and only the regulars came out in force. The bookmakers claimed that th y bandied plenty of money. The track itself had liecu cleared] from snow and was in good condition. The inheld was covered with a mantle of snow, presenting a prettv sight. The glass enclosed betting ring, with its big furnaces, made it comfortable for patrons of the sport. Three favorites won during the afternoon. Johnny MacDonald. an apprentice rider, iiad his rirst mount this afternoon on Flying, and showed that with a little more experience he may become useful to his employer. He is under contract to AI Austin. Th • little fellow obeyed his instructions, but was outridden at the finish by Gross on Little Marcbraont. The youngster can ride at eighty-two pounds anil his hist effort in the saddle was distinctly creditable. Joe Bloom, of San Francisco, who is a big bettor in the west, paid his first visit to Juarez today. He intends to spend at least a fortnight here. W. T. Anderson, who has a big string at Charles-tlii. is here on his return from a business trip to California. He will stop over for a few days and then proceed to Charleston. Presiding Steward Price was in the stand today, having fully recovered from his recent severe cold The youngsters have made their annual bow bet , and a better looking let Of fillies than those shown thus far would be hard to find. In Aunt Mamie and Ida Lavinia. winners of the first two juvenile races of the year. Prank D. Weir has a tine looking pair. R. K. Carman has abeam a fine looking filly in Water Lily, by Watercress —Almadie. Which ran and acted so greenly in her only race that a true line as to her ability cannot be formed.