All Is Serene at Juarez: Horsemen Arriving There Find No Evidence of Mexican Troubles, Daily Racing Form, 1913-11-14


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ALL IS SERENE AT JUAREZ HORSEMEN ARRIVING THERE FIND NO EVIDENCE OF MEXICAN TROUBLES. Three Hundred Horses Already Occupying Stalls at Course Opposite El Paso and as Many More Due to .Arrive This Week. El Paso, Tex., November 13. Mythical battles fought along the border by eastern newspapers luring the mi mm or had a. tendency to frighten many horsemen who were contemplating shipping their stables to Juarez for a winter campaign at the track Just across the river. The vanguard of racing men reaching here have been surprised to learn that peace reigns and that there is not the slightest indication here of a conflict between the warring factious of Mexico. So far as conditions existing in this vicinity are concerned, turf followers need not have the slightest hesitation about coming here. Every indication points to the most successful meeting in the history of the Juarez track. There are already 300 horses quartered across the river and this number will be increased tomorrow upon the arrival of the Lntouia special trains conveying come 250 horses from the Kentucky tracks. Several carloads from Piuilioo and other eastern points are I en route, while a special train from Dallas is due Saturday. Harry F. Breivogel, assistant manager, is on the scene and has opened ollices at the track. He states that since eastern horsemen have become convinced there is no danger of a battle in the vicinity of Juarez, the outlook for the meeting is more than encouraging. He expects there will be nearly 1,000 horses here when the meeting begins on Thanksgiving Day.

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