Blarney May be Good One: Wins Juvenile Race over Juarez Course in Impressive Fashion., Daily Racing Form, 1913-01-13


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i i i BLARNEY MAY BE GOOD ONE WINS JUVENILE BACE OVER JUAREZ COURSE IN IMPRESSIVE FASHION. Is Well Engaged in Stakes and May Turn Out to Bs Best Colt of Juarez Season — Two Horses Go Wrong in Race Won by Ymir. El Paso. Tex.. January 12.— Close finishes marked the days racing at Juarez. Blarney won the opening dash and seems to be a good colt. He equaled the time made by Shadracb. which had heretofore been the fastest for the distance this season. Blarney is entered in all the two-year-old stakes to be run hen this winter and it is possible that he is the In st colt at the track. Ymir. which had been well backed in his two previous starts, won today at the liberal odds of 15 to 1. At oue stage of the betting he was as good as 20 to 1. Jockey Gross contributed to the horses victory by keeping him in reserve during the first part of the race. Fountain Square, the property of R. J. Mackenzie, after having Iw-en al sent from the races for nearly two years, was installed as favorite. Terns Trick, which has been racing well here this season, ruled second choice. Infortunately Terns Trick broke down on the far urn and Fountain Square pulled up in bad condition and limped away to his stable. The latter showed keen Rpeed in the early racing, but weakened in the stretch. The stewards, ever on the alert, changed riders on Whidden in the second race. Whidden had opened at 2 to 1 and drifted back to 4 to 1. Roy Offutt made a complaint that judging from his dockers report on the horse, something was wrong. Jockey Steele was substituted for Hoffman and tried to stir up the old rogue several times during the running by using his whip and finally band-rode him. but Whidden refused to extend himself at any time. The stewards suspended jockey C. H. Miller for fifleeu days for using rough tactics in the fourth race while riding Russell MeGUl. He nearly put Cavanaugh. who wasi riding Chanticlor, over the fence on the turn for home. Jockey Kederis was suspended for five days for rough riding. Price McKinney, one of the largest stockholders in tho Jockey rllnb Jnarer,. arrived today. Ho is on bis way to Mexico, where he has many large interests. Mr. McKinney is much pleased with the Increased patronage that the track is receiving this year. He Is an ardent sportsman, having several thoroughbreds at his home iu Cleveland. Ohio, that he uses for riding purposes. He enjoys taking morning rides. He is accompanied on this trip by Mr. H. T. Harrison, also of Cleveland. This is Mr. Harrisons first visit to this section of the south west. The following were among this mornings workouts: Adelaide T.— Five eighths in 1:04. breezing. Ardelon — Three-eighths iu 56%. Is- good. Barney Oldfleld — Seven eighths in 1:32%. Buckhorii — Three-eighths in 39V6- Ohaa. Goetz— Five eighths in 1:PC breezing. Cosgrove Five-eighths in 1:06. breezing. Delanev — Five eighths in 1:02. Helena— Half mile in 50. Don Ramon— Half mile in 52. breezing. El Paloniar— Three-eighths in ■£*. breezing. Eye White — Half mile iu 54%. breezing. Flying Feet— Mile in 1:42, handily. Freewill — Half mile in 51. Garland — Five-eighths in 1:02. Hanlv— Mile in 1:44%, handily. Helen Pink — Three quarters in 1:11. All out. Icarian — -Half mile iu 51. breezing. Kid Nelson — Three eighths in .10. King Earl — Three-quarters in 1 :15-.:. . King Radford — Half mile in 50. L. M. lOckert — Three quarters in 1:10 V;.. breezing Lord Marshall — Three-quarters in 1:21-.-, Loween — Three-quarters in 1:10. breezing, Mazurka — Five-eighths in 1 :00. breezing, Minnie F. — Three-eighths in 30%. Mean Canomann — Three-quarters in 1:18. breeding. Mother Katcham — Half mile in 50. Mrs. Mc— Three-eighths in 30%. Good work. IMdo of Lismore — Three-eighths in 36%. Ralph Lloyd — Three-eighths in 50-". Real Star — Three quarters in 1:15%. handily. Rolverta—Thrco eighths in 30. Roval River — Half mile in 51. Rue— Half mile in 50. handily. Sadie Shapiro— Half mile in 50. Sea Cliff— Five eighths in 1:02and. handily. Sherlock Holmes — Three-qnarters in 1:1654. Siltrix — Mile in 1 :45. breezing. Sir Barry — Half mile in 51. Sparkett*-— Three-eighths in 30%. . Stick Pin — Three quarters in 1:18. All out. The Cinder— Half mile in 52, breezing. Trulv -Five eighths in 1:05, breezing. Wasncs -Half mile iu 50. Went worth — Half mile in 52. breezing.

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