Juarez Track at Its Best: Mimorioso Runs a Mile in 1:37 2/5 in Winning Sundays Handicap, Daily Racing Form, 1913-12-02


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JUAREZ TKACK AT ITS BEST MIM0RI0S0 RUNS A MILE IN 1:37 IN WINNING SUNDAYS HANDICAP. Performance of Son of Mazagan and Olive Hutton Equals Track Record for Distance Made by-Bourbon Beau Two Seasons Ago. Kl Paso, Tex., December 1. Before an aggregation of people ;i lin -st us large as attended on Thanksgiving Day, Mimnrioso yesterday won the mile handicap at Juarez with ease, equaling the traek record of 1:37 made by Bnurliou Beau two seasons ago. Mimorioso was capably ridden by jockey 11. Woods, a western product who made his" first appearance in Kentucky this fall. He eame from Montana and, while not having many mounts, rode in promising fashion. S. Veiller, the owner of the horse, had the utmost confidence in him and he was held a joint favorite in the betting with Irish Gentleman. Gold of Ophir was the pacemaker and finished second. Voladay Jr., Just Hed and Meadow finished in a bunch behind the first two. Joekey Tnplhi drew live days suspension hy the stewards for rough riding on Rrdpatu in the second race. Bookmaker Frank Eekert eame in yesterday from Butte, Mont. Sam Waring of Eden, Tex., the breeder of Blarney, Is a late arrival. J. Livingstons Anytime collided with a Kiiy while working yesterday morning. Neither the filly nor jockey Neylon was seriously injured. Jockey Haynes was kicked in the head by a yearling yesterday and was taken to a hospital for treatment. following Ills brilliant victory in the feature race of yesterday, in which he equaled the track record for one mile, a number of horsemen have endeavored to purchase Mimorioso from S. Veiller. The present form of the son of Mazagan makes him one of the most valuable racing tools in training at present and so far his owner has refused every offer made. Harry Mack, who has Buss and other horses at this course, offered ,000 cash, but was turned down. Veiller made a counter proposition to sell 1:1s entire I matter under consideration. The large number of royally-bred yearlings at the Juarez course are attracting attention and the morning trials of the youngsters are watched closely. Col. W. E. Applegate has had several offers for some of the youngsters in his stable and may dispose of some of them before the New Year. Two carloads of horses arrived this morning and more are on the way. Bight now there are fully M0 horses at the course, but the Jockey Club Juarez is prepared to take care of all comers. Logan Denny, who has charge of Waldo, Hardy and Dahlgren, is making his first visit to the Juarez track this season. Mr. Denny left Kentucky some years ago with a stable of fast horses, among them Hoi Polloi, Two Bills. Aunt Folly and Santon. which he raced in California. lie has since made his home at San Francisco. He Is much pleased with the Juarez track and says that" if he had had any idea of its wonderful magnitude and beauty, he would undoubtedly have been here with a racing stable long before this. Tommy Steele, once a jockey himself, and a brother of the present good rider, B. Steele, will act as valet during the meeting at the Jockey Club Juarez track for jockeys II. Woods, W. W. Tavlor and G. W. Carroll. Starter .Mars Cassidy and his competent assistants James OslKirne, Lester Dean and Marshall Cassidy, are sending the fields away from the gate with no loss of time. it. 0. lienson. the trainer of James Butlers big stable, has had some correspondence with jockey Charles Gross relative to riding for the New York liirfmnn during the coming winter. Gross is at present open for a regular engagement, as Earl Lin-nell, with whom he has loug been connected, has only one horse of his own in training, and It is presumed that Benson now will be able to easily make terms with the California jockey to ride the Butler horses at Juarez during this meeting. Gross has always been one of the leading riders at Juarez and Is at present in good riding condition. K. I. Weir did not bring L. IT. McCargos old performer Any Iort to Juarez with the rest of his stable. Any Iort has been turned out for the winter In Kentucky and will have a loug rest before being placed in trainig again. He had two hard races this fall in the Louisville Cup and Latonla Cun over long distances of ground and it is not likely that he would have done much In the way of high class lacing had he been brought to Juarez this season. With a good long rest up he may now come back to the races next summer In the form that he showed last July at Latouia, when he forced Milton 15. to lower nn American record to heat him. or as he was at Douglas Park last spring when he ran third to Budolfo and Ten Point in the Kontucky Haudicap. with such brilliant performers behind him as Gowell, Froglegs and Buckhorn. Recent work-out of horses in training at Juarez were as follows: Bailiffs Daughter Five-eighths in 1:05. BalelifT Five-eighths in 1:04. Blarney Three-quarters In 1:20. Chanticlor Four and pne-half furlongs in 50. has. Goetz Five-eighths in 1:03. Christinas Daisy Three-eighths in 30. Dominica Half mile in 50. Meadow Three-quarters in 1:17. Miami Half mile in 50. Milton Boblee Half mile in 5024,. Senator Bailey Three-quarters in 1:10. Uliele Ben Half mile in 52. Weather clear: track fast. Adolante Mile in 1:53. Anna Iteed Five-eighths in 1:00. Barsac Five-eighths in 1:05. Bear Abltey live-eighths In 1:0-1. Birka -Half mile in 50. Brookfield Mile in 1:55. Calethumplan Five-eighths in 1:0S. Cliilla Five-eighths in 1:10. Cloak Three-eighths in 37. Colonel McDougall Half mile in 51. Dad Stearnes Five-eighths iu 1:01. Defy Three-quarters in 1:20. Doctor Bailey Three-quarters in 1:21. Dr. Maeias Three-quarters in 1:2.!. Dusky Dave Seven-eighths In 1:34. Enfield Three-eighths In 44. Eve White Three-eighths in 37. i Falcada Three-eighths in 38. Eaueitil Hall Half mile in 52. Galley Slave Three-eighths in :SS. George Karme Five-eighths in 1:04. Gilliert Rose Half mile in 51. Henry Williams Three-eighths in .",0. Hester Half mile iu 52. Irish Ann Half mile iu 51. Iron Mask Three-eighths in .".0. Jimmie Gill Three-eighths in 37. John Hurle Three-quarters iu 1:18. Kid Nelson Five-eighths in 1 :0fi. I.adv Young Three-eighths iu 3S. Lehigh Half mile in 51. Lillian Bay Half mile In 50. Little Jane Five-eighths in 1:04. Malav Three-quarters in 1:19. Marsand Five-eighths In 1:04. Maxine Three-eighths in 38. Nannie McDee Seven-eighths in 1:31. New Capital Half mile in 53. Old Gotch Half mile in 52. Parncll Girl Half mile in 51. Rake Three-quarters in 1:20. Redpath Three-eighths in 37. Ruth Esther Half mile in 51. Song of Rocks Three-eighths in 38. Superstition Five-eighths iu 1:07. Swede Sam Half mile in 51. Top Note Half mile in 51. Trojan Relit Three-quarters in 1:17. Truly Five-eighths in 1:04. Voladay Jr. Three-quarters in 1:18. Wentworth Three-quarters in 1:23. Weyanoke Three-eighths In 38. Weather clear; track fast. Augustus Heinze Three-quarters in 1:19. Anytime Three-eighths In 39. - Baron-tle Kalb BaIf-niileIn-53: i-r "Strroy-- Best Bo Half mile in 52. Binocular Five-eighths in 1:00. Blaek-Eyed-Susan Five-eighths iu 1:00. Blue-Beard Mile in 1:49. Brevity Three-eighths in 39. Christmas Eve Three-eighths, in 37. Christophlne Half mile in 51. Con Came Half mile in 51. Cord ie F. Three-eighths in 40. Cosgrove Half mile in 52. Cu Bon Three-eighths In 38. Dick Dodie Three-eighths in 43. Golden Agnes Half mile in 53. Helen Hawkins Three-quarters In 1:19. Iron Mask Three-eighths in 37. Kid Nelson Five-eighths in 1:08. Luke Mae yearling Quarter mile in 24. Malay Three-eighths in 39. Maxine Five-eighths in 1:05. Molesey Three-quarters in 1:22. Orbicular Three-quarters in 1:20. Philistina Seven-eighths in 1:33. Rake Half mile in 52. Ramsy Three-eighths in 39. Sadie Shapiro Three-quarters in 1:21. San Benito Half mile in 53. Senator James Half mile in 53. Seneca Half mile in 55. Sieepland Quarter mile in 25. Sosins Half mile in 53. Summerhill Three-eighths in 39. Transport Seven-eighths in 1:39. Wishing Ring Three-eighths in 38.

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