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GOSSIP FROM JUAREZ TRACK. Horses and Jockeys Destined to Take Part in Kentucky Racing During Coming Season. Bl Paso, lex.. March 1 5. W. II. Ftaer win ship In- string of horses new racing at the Joekej Club Juarei course to Kentucky ai the close 01 the m ■■ t lag at tin- Mexican Hack. He will campaign the stable at Louisville ami La ton i a during the coming — l » i in. ami summer. Mr. Fleer did no racing in Ken lucky last seas, ,n. I, in In lias a bandy lot of horses, especlalij two-year-olds, in bis barn now. ami with -•" ! racing link will win in- share of parses in the blue grass country, lie also has tirst call on Joekej Burlingame, which rider has 1 n riding brilliantly ai the Juarei coarse of late. The older horses In the Piser table Include Boca Grande, Bab] Dotl, Helen Fink. Mazurka. Whidden ami Brando, the latter being a bah brother to Fink Coat ami I Harry. Iln pixel two-year-olds Include tin- winners Attica and Little Bit. The latter was tin- onlj 100 in 1 shot to win at Juarei ibis season, in winniug l In- Mexican Slakes she ran ball a mile in : 17 aii-l defeated -nine good ones, sin- is a daughter of that -on ni Commando, Transvaal, out of Grace Dixon. Attica is by Marathon Babble. The maiden two-year-olds in tin- Piser siring are: Transact, hlk. c, in Transvaal Poondling; Brevity, in-, g. by Miller— Garnet P..: Autumnal, b. g. by Orlando Auluinn Leave-, ami Mabel tarksmi. br. I. b. AlboMiiais, Mab.l Richardson. The latter is the mily oi i the collection which has not yet started ami reports say -he i- a tilly of much promise. Bin llngame, Who will go lo Kentucky t i rule lor IM" Fixer stable thi- season, can do a- light a- Ml and Is a strong Bnisher ■. - well as being an alert rldi i ai the barrier. He was i x t li in the list ol winning American joekcv- last year with a record of l-l ■rats. Only Hill. Turner, ire—. But well ami Loftus outranked him in races won lasl season. While mi tilly ha- cvr Won tie Kentucky Derby, re than one shrewd horseman at tin- Jockey Club Jaares track has ■ aotioo that Floral Park is entitled to seine consideration. in l.m Boond the World tailed bad I j in tin Derby at Churchill Downs after she had won the Juarei Derby and Joarex Oaks, IM -lie had |n -eviou-ly In en asked to run s.iine haul races with older horses in Mexico and was s| ale when -in was -hipped lo the Kcnluck.v tracks. She was undoubtedly capable when at her best, lis a three-year-old, ol racing with any cell. iil l or Lililing "t her age ami holding her own, even no lo a mile ami a sixteenth, but the Derbj route proved a bit loo far tor the daughter of Lack ford and s,, she was eatraced that day by Meridian and Governor Gray. In contrast with Boaad the World- case. Floral Park has done no racing sine-last fall as a Iw o yea-eld. She has grown anil spread osfl amaxlngl] anil for the past -ix weeks has been given -lew cantering exercise, with a view el hardening her flesh preliminary to a real Derbj ami oak- preparation daring the nexl -ix weeks. Sic- can run in ain sort ol going, though her preference is a smooth, fast track. While the Joekej club registration ;iv- Floral Park as of double parentage, she being reported as bj Burgomaster or Hamburg, she is undoubtedly by the latter horse. which mak"s her less inbred than if she was by Hamburgs sen. a- Burgoatasfc r ami Mineota, her dam, both trace to the same family. It i- the tribe of the noted Encore, front which ha- descended Phi! Dwyer, Helter Skelter, Applause, Mary MeGowan, Hurley Burley, Andltor and Australia. Before leaving for Louisville this week. Dr. C. Canu Bred Praxale for a. c McCafferty ami thai Mllv h is been put by until late summer or early fall. The daughter of Plaudit had trouble with In i ankle-all winter, but Dr. Cann think- Hie application ol lie- irons will enable her to stand another long cam paign. when sin- i- once more put in active training She has mu been an annual v. inner for three - . -.in- Should Mr. McCafferty decide to embark n bleeding be will have in Praxale and Dominica two superb mares tur future -mil matrons. Both are good winners, ipie individuals, and richly bred. it is in be regretted that old Rosebud, the champion and unbeaten two vear old of iln- present Juarox seas. hi. is net eligible for the Breeders Putnrltj at Lexington this spring. At the same tinm ii i- 1 is. lunate t"i- other likely candidates that tin- L ills illo owned colt is mu in tin- race, a- he will reaill Kentucky so thoroughly seasoned next month that In- will have a decided advantage ovsr the young -iir- trained in Hie blue grass region. This son of I inle lacks a bit of being as big as Hawthorn, the juvenile champion of last year ai this track, ami In is hardly as stoutly built as Helios appeared to Is-when racing at Latoaia lasl sommer. His snv however, was mi the small order and old Rosebud may prove big enough to master heavy weights and keep up the good record In- ha- begun so auspiciously at Jaares. ivory Dell-, tin- dam of old Rosebnd, i-uiiw fourteen year- obi and i- a winniug dauglrtei . Ilhnyar out of [hat turf queen, Ida Pickwick, Which won during her career forty-four races ami carm.l 3,615 on the track. Ainuii her Victories we Tun Thousand Sweepstakes at Nashville. Si. Louis Pair Oak-. Belle Meade. Missouri ami Delbeck Slakes. Latonia Decoration, Cincinnati Hot?!, Autumn, Cash, Queen city and Memorial Handicap lu many of her brilliant successes she carried heavy oi-hi-. Indigo, a half-sister to old Rosebuds grauddam, also is noted, having produced the brilliant race borse Go Between, winner of the Sob urban Handicap of 1906. Dory Bella produced :; winmr previous t.i Old Rosebud, in Ivabel. by the Futurity winner, ogden. km! Linnet] decided at the last moment not lo nominate hi- all] Maddalena for the Kentucky Oak-. He winked the daughter of Sempronius :i fea days ago and a- the tiial was nol perfectly satlsfac torj In- concluded it would be useless p attemoi with a maiden she task of beating such high class iillie- a- Floral Park, Gowell ami The Widow Moon. Mi. Liiniell lias a useful four year old in Yuiir. This in, i -i not only has a Rood turn of speed, but stays well and i- -ore to pay In- way at I.iiuisw.h ami Latonia tin- season. Jockey Gross will v," to Kentucky with ilii- stable. Mr. Linnell ha- lir-i call on this uihhI riders services. Last season Gross rode l4o winning races ami this record he bid- I iil to equal, if mu eclipse, in 1913. Only Hill ami C. Tumei rode in";! winning race- last year than Gross. Tin- tirst foal of llie season has iust nine a I .1 W. Fullers Texas thoroughbred stud. Tin young ster i- a sister to the speed] til 1 Nettie Marchmont. by Marchmont Dollynet. Mr. Fuller has a number of other mares which an- due to foal ami he expects to have a good Crop "I SUCkllhg* by May 1. In Texas turfman will probably -end a string i horses to tin- Kentucky tracks this spring, lie has severtl promising two-yeai ojds that have not faced the bar tier yet and all his horses in training are in piud racing condition. AI tin- conclusion of the Juarcs meeting h will likely tarn Injury mil and rest that gelding uniil next winter Injur] has never fancied I In- going Ill tin- Hacks ill Kentucky and Canada an! hi- owner Hunks ii would be follj i" take him north for another campaign. lie figures that tin- sou id Marchmont will oulj run ai In- best ai Juares aud In- ha- concluded to Id him do all hi- racing thei in future. lush Ann. which recently wen two race- for -I. F. Newman at Juares. i- the only two-year-old I uji Texan owux-r has in training bj The Irishman, wh- n borse i- a hall brother t" Ballyhoo Dey. the Putpritj winner of P.IOO. Tin- latter v a - bj Kings! mi of Ballyhoo, while lin Irishman is a sou of Hamburg. b llan«.er and is also mil ei Ballyhoo. Irish Vo i i- a handsome liliv with an abundance ii sie. and she ha- begun ber racing career like a performs thai will finally go any distance. The Newman stable probably win make a bid for the Kentucky i.ik- n I - ason w 1 1 1 1 1 1 lsh Ann.