Inning for the Favorites: Four Well Supported Public Choices Among Days Winners at Juarez, Daily Racing Form, 1913-02-19


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I INNING FOR THE FAVORITES FOUR WELL SUPPORTED PUBLIC CHOICES AMONG DAYS WINNERS AT JUAREZ Kootenay Is Returned Victor in Handicap at Sprinting Distance — Track Improves Greatly Unilar Influence of Warm Wind. 1.1 Pas... Texas. February Is — Pour favmitei ■ oi-, I in succession ai Juarea todaj ami at last the, puldi.- in. i.le a winning, a- all four were heavih haeked. The races wer,- well contested and fair! good lime wa- mad.- .on-iileriii- ihal a high wind I, lew in the faces of the horse- from the lieadol the homestretch to ihe stand throughout Hie afternoon. It wa- a warm wind and under Us inflm-nee Ihe track dried amazingly fast. Ihe feature race .,1 th,- day, a live ami one half furlongs -print, was captured bj Kootenay, heavily haeked a- a favorite. There wet.- several mishaps during Ihe running. Irish Gentlemaa carrying the, t.p weight of 122 pounds, got off in from. Imi was ipiiekh shuttled lo ihe real and hi- position did not Improve much daring the tunning. furlong, Iprlgbl and Plying footsteps were all eaitslH in a jam while entering ti,,- stretch. Pnclong rtravintd .piiekU and Hosed with a 111-I1. Lady IMiieluta ran her usual honest raee. I.olla Gladsti who own- a -mall -iritis; of lim-0-1 now raeing her,., ami who 1- known in private life as Mrs. Robert 11. Harris, received a telegram taday Irmn her home in Illinois to the effect that her mother is seriously ill. Sue departed for bar moili,!- bedside thi- after in. Jack Keen* i- the tirsi horseman 10 ship to K ■ I mky. He ordered bis ear today ami will leave to row. Lord Marshall and Barsac are tile hoi-e- In- will lake I., Lexington. He ha- •.real eoiitiil.-iu -in Lord Mat -hall and may race him and Helms .-,-an entry in the Kentucky Derby. Ar.i, imi. after winning the huh raee, was bid i.,i IH. 111 MOO :o S8A0 by W. II. Mi/.ell. al which ngnre Heath ,. Amhi -,- h?t him go. -lame- Puller. 01 New York, mi.- of the larawat -loekh.l.l r- in ih, -lork-i Clul. .Iii.inz, aiiivnl U-I night. II. came in his private care, accompanied l,. .1. G. I,e,.. i.n -id, an of ih,. Jockey Club Juarea; Mr. and Mr-. Charles Moffat, of New York: .lames Butler, Jr.. Pi, re Puller, the Misses Beatrice and Genevieve Mutlm and several New York jrtMMg ladi, s as guest* on the trip. Ml. Puller was agreeably surprised by the Improvement made on the plain uiiii, 1 Cemial Manager Winns direction sime his Visit of two year- ago. Moth of Hie Butler boys will he -, eii in the -addle in the gentlemen* raee next Thursday. This morning the Juarea track was in goad email timi except for small clods in snots thai were slow I" dry mil. The following wen- al Uj the lie-t ol the work mil-: Abe Slup-key Three-eighth* in .IS--,. Sulked. An. on Half mil.- in .".I 1- rounding to and has taken on tlesh. tito Girl Three-eighth* in .".i.--,. Is good. Azutea Half mil,- in Is--. Is improving. Butter Mall Three-eighth* in ::s--. lias been !l she I. Cantem Hair mile in 34. breeaJag. Acts good. Chapullepe, Thie, 1p1.11 I, -is iii I:|s.j |j.,s |„.,.n rreshened. Cuanaagbl Half mile in 30. 1- ajand. tosgrove ihr,-, iiuarter* in 1:10%. Acta u" »l Hi-laney Half mile in IS--,. 1- at his beat. It, lina- I hi-e .|ilarier- in 1:18%. Aets gaadfa Should win cheap raee. Ianrv Half mile in 30. Has been frrnhened. father siafioid Three-eighths in :;s-- ,-t- ",M«l lerroiia Hall mile in 18%. 1- good. Fountain Square Half mile in 31. hreeaing. Shows -or, -in---. Prank U. Hogan Pive-eighths in l:n|- . hi hap proving. Three-eighths in 38%. Is improving. Cenniiill Three-eighths in 30%. Is al bis best. Cold Point Half mile in 34, hreeaing. of little a, count. Col, .In-. I Son Half mile in 34. hreeaing. of ljtll, account. Hub aid ThreereighthS in 30%. I- trainim. w.-ll High Siie.i Hall mile in is--. |- good. Il.vki Three-eighths in 38%. I- training well. John lliiri. Three-eighth* in :!s-p. 1- rounding t.». Little -lam Three-eighths in ..ii-.. I- .u ber heat. Lover- Lam- Three-eighth* in 38%. Sulked. Manganese Three-eighths in 30% Sulked M.-ada Half mile in Ml. I- g i. Mellon Street Three .ptai t. 1- in 1:18%. Showg soreness in training. Xative Son Half mile in 30. of little aeeoiint. od. Ma Ihr iiiarli-is in 1:18%. Is traiiiin" -lowly. » Orba Smile "IT11 is ipiart. 1- 111 1:18%. Al her h.-l o-wald M. Half mile in 50. Training well oih.-llo Three-eighths in 30%. A, -is good. 1 01 I.i- n- Half mile in 30. Has been freshened. Province Half mile in 34, breesing. Show- mn 11 soreness in training. Quid Nunc Halt mih- hj . , 1 hreeahkg. Ol lit He I. -eolltll. Rw Braaos llve-eigblhs m 1 nt- k getting slow. ..ireful pr.paral ion. Rose! t a he Kive-eigbtbs in 1 m. 1- good Stare Three-t|narler* in 1:18% Art* good Should win .heap ra.e. Stonecutter Thin-eighths in ::s--. |- 1 The Ciiidei Half mile in .",11. I- good. Tom G. Three-eighth* in 38%. Act* good and si kl race better. 1 1 ni.. in, eighths in 1:04%. Aets good W era nnk e Five-eighths in | 112. Is g i Witness Half mil,, in 54, hreeaing.

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