Cousin Puss Beats Meadow: Wade McLemores Mare in Unaccustomed Role of Pacemaker at Jaurez, Daily Racing Form, 1913-11-29


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COUSIN PUSS BEATS MEADOW. Wade McLemores Mare in Unaccustomed Role of Pacemaker at Juarez. EI Paso, Tex., November 2S. The ladies were guests of the Jockey Club Juarez this afternoon and the attendance was fairly large. The fourth race was the feature, with Meadow, a local favorite, ruling as favorite. She broke quickly and was forced to make her own pace, a thing to which she is unaccustomed. In turning for home, she looked like a sure winner, but Cousin Puss challenged and wore her down In the final fifty yards. -JiinmH Gill was the medium of a plunge In the fifth race, lioing backed from 100 to 1 down to 10 to 1. He ran unplaced. Cosgrove, from the stable of W. C. Clancy, and capably ridden by jockey Estep. was returned the winner. Jockey F. .Mutts was the first rider to be disciplined. He was suspended for ten days by starter CassJdy. Up to date forty-five jockeys have been granted licenses to ride at Juarer. No jockey without a clean record at another track can secure a license to ride here. I J. Dlnue, an official on the Inter-Mountain circuit is a recent arrival. S. W. Richards, the owner of Round Up, claimed Sir Harry out of the third race for . Announcement has been made by Manager Winn that he does not Intend to serve a;5 steward at Juarez this season. Ills place will he taken by John T. Ireland, former patrol judge. Judge Price will act as presiding steward until March 1. when be will go to Florida to spend the remainder of the winter. Walter II. Pearce. a Louisville newspaper man, was appointed patrol judge in place of Judge Ireland. W. II. Fenchler will serve as the third steward in the stand. . J. W. Fuller lias in training at the Juarez track thirteen horses, from two years old and upward, besides four yearling fillies. The oldest horse in the string. Toy Boy, is now nine years .old. and Injury is seven. The others are Colonel Marchmont. Gordon Russell, Dorothy Dean. Ask Ma. Colquitt. Black-Eyed Susan. Little Will. Captain Marchmont, Ask Her, Roy and an unnamed two-year-old filly by Marchmont II. Duty. The last live are two-year-olds. None of the Fuller string lias raced since the meeting at Juarez closed last spring. Jcckey R. W. Small has seven horses in Ills string at the Juarez track, five of which are two-year-olds. These are Bumps, Lady Norfolk. Cash Girl. Blue Point and Fairly. The only old horses he has In the string are the well-known performers Faneuil Hail and Russell MeGill. What riding Small will do at the track this winter will be confined to the. horses of his own and the Fuller stable. Dr. Cann has fired in her knees and ankles the filly Ethel Wicks, owned by S. J. Kelley, and he thinks that by this operation the owner will be able to race her after the first of the year.

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