Long Shots to the Fore: Deerfoot Wins Race at Juarez with 25 to 1 Quoted Against His Chances, Daily Racing Form, 1913-03-04


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LONG SHOTS TO THE FORM DEERFOOT WINS RACE AT JUAREZ WITH. 25 TO 1 QUOTED AGAINST HIS CHANCES. Paw Heats Edith W. in Spirited Contest in Two-year-old Dash — James Butler and Manager Winn Coming: North Today. I Bl Paso. Tes March 3.— One of the largest Man day crowds of the meeting Journeyed to .Inure-/, this afternoon. The weather was ideal and several lmiK shots wet e numbered among the winners. Deerfoot. held al the liberal odds ol 25 to 1 ar one lime iu the Ihiihil:. defeated an ordinary lot of sprinters in the fifth race. Including Delaney. which was the favorite in the betting. Delaney does n. ii race anywhere mar as well he works iu ih -morning. With l.oftus in the saddle today, rim public backed him strongly, bul he waa never a contender during the running. Paw lined surprisingly well iu the opening ansa of the dai for two-year-olds, beating ihe favorite, ialiiii . in the ia-i stride of a spirited contest. Paw and Rdiin W. raced as a learn throughout 1 lull-! eighth of iln- race. Joekej c. Peak was suspended for five days for rough riding m Dnncraggan in ih - fourth race. Ai Goodwin purchased todaj from Loamie Gray the mare Sister Florence. Mr. Goodwin intend- to gather a few homes and rare m the weal t Iii- season. R. P. Carman has disposed of a few horse* re eently. Today be sold Masalo to Wescott A: Kranae, former owner- of the horse, for -*7 ii. .lames Butler, one of the directors of the Jockey i inli Juarez, wUb his family and guests, will de pari tomorrow for the east. Colonel Winn v, ill ar companj them as far as Chicago and then will proceed lo l.oiti-ville. Dr. Cann. who acts :is tlm paddock jndge on the Louisville and Latonfa tracks and who ha- been here all winter, will depart for Louisville next Thursday. Word ha- la-en received here of the death of John Winn ai LonlsVIUe. K.. il. was a cousin of C..1. M. I. Winn and came here in the early nan of iim season, bul was compelled to return to hi- home in Louisville owning to ill health, ii waa wih great regrel that his main friends here learned of bis sudden demise. The following work outs took place ihis morning over ihe Jaarea track : Ancestors— Three-quarters in 1:15%. Is good. Am.. M.ilei Five-eighths in 1 :«."i. Acts good. -k a Half mile in in -. Improving. A Run Three-eighths in 37. Should raen I., ttt r. i..-!:i Half mile In 49%. Training well. Bells Three-eighths in ■■. Work- iM-iier than he races. I.uia iv, 1-ii Three-onarters in 1:15. I- eztrcnvtU R I. i hah I ii Im Five-eighths in 1:118%. I- extremely good. Charley Brown— Half mile in 50%. I- good, prefers mod. Colonel Marcltmi in —Mile in 1 : III. Acts good an I should race u-i ter. Crossovei Seven-eighths ia 1 ::.. hreealng. Tram ing well afti r a let-up. Delnill- llalr mile in .Ml- . I- s;,M„|. lii.k Baker Mile in 1:14. all out. Sulked and prefers soft Hack. Dick Dodie Half mile in l»%. Has had let ap. Dynamo Five-eighths in 1:02%. At hi- beat. Bye Whin- Half mil.- in :,o"-,. Flying Footsteps Three-eighths in -".7. Wa- a trifle sore. General Winn— Fire-eighths in I U-",. Going along slowly. Holabird Tbree-eighth* in M hreealng. lia-had wind. I-om Five-eighths iu 1:02%. Never better Junitei .1. .- Seven-eighths in l ■:; . Al his heal Kootenay Five-eighths In 1:04%. Has in n irnia iu: -low i_ . Korftaage ilalf mile :n 49%. I- extra good Maixie Girl MUe in 1:17. Wa- a trifle sore. Manassefa Tbrei quarters in 1:18. 1-- Improving. Mary Ann k. Mile in 1:17. Improving. Mei iiiuiou- Half mile in li-.. Acts good. Nobby Five-eighths in 1:04%. Seemed stour. I! i in- Five-eighths in l:A2%. "M- uihmI. Rosey Posey Five-eigbtht in 1:05. I- good. s.nlie Shapiro Hall mill in 50%. Of linli- tc- eoiinl. s.n. ea Half mile in 50%. I in prime condition. Setback -Mile in 1 :4t;. Rounding Into form again. Silver iraiii-Half mile in 50%. Ha- had wind. Sprightly Miss Three-eighths in 37. 1- good. Sugar Lump Hair mile in 40%. I- al her best. Sweetdale Seven-eighths in 1:35. breesing. Io.v i.... ihii. quarters in 1:18. Looks "nod after a let-up. Weyanoke Three-quarters in 1:18. i his best Wicket Mil., in l k;. !- good. Wilhiie Three-eighths In 37. Acts good. Zinkau.l Three eighths in 3T. Is good.

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