Rain Puts Stop to Record Breaking: Mud Runners Get First Chance of the Season in Races over Juarez Course, Daily Racing Form, 1913-12-16

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RAIN PUTS STOP TO RECORD BREAKING. Mud Runners Get First, Chance of the Season in Races Over Juarez Course. El Paso. Tex., December 15. It rained hard all day and In consequence the attendance at Juarez was the lightest of the meeting, but the crowd that was on hand was all of the speculative kind. The layers claimed that a large amount of money was wagered in spite of the disagreeable conditions. Many horses that race well in the mud on other courses find it difficult to race In "the .peculiar brand of adobe mud that abounds here when the track gets soft. Phil China saddled two winners for Catesby Woodford. He won the second race with Peter Grimm, a brother to the mighty Roseben. which showed that be liked the muddy track conditions by winning in the easiest possible manner. The second winner was Augustus Heiuzc, which scored his second victory within a week. The fifth race brought about the defeat of an odds-on choice. Thistle Belle. She ran into the lead quickly, then appeared to labor in the going, and Orlmar Lad. thoroughly at home on this kind of a track, won In a canter. Bookmaker Roy Offutt laid off today and Byron McXutt drew his stand in the ring. Harry F. Breivogle, assistant manager, was cnu-flned to his room today, suffering: from a slight cold. Recent work-outs of horses in I raining at Juarez were as follows: Weather clear: track fast. Amity Half mile in 52. Ask Ma Five-eighths in 1:03. Black-Eyed Susan Five-eighths In 1:03. Blaze B. Five-eighths in 1:07. Cal Curn Quarter mile in 2G. Charley Brown Three-eighths in 40. Cousin Puss Mile in 1:50. Crex Five-eighths in 1:03 Dahlgren Five-eighths in 1:05. Downland Seven-eighths in 1:33. Droll Three-quarters In 1:20. Dutch Rock Three-eighths in 3S. Lnfield-Quarter mile in 28. Frank Shaw Half mile in 52. Gold of Ophir Three-eighths in 3ft Inlan Half mile in 57. Janus Five-eighths in 1:02. Just Red Three-eighths in 39. King Elk Five-eighths in 1:04. King Radford Half mile in 52. La Cazadora Half mile in 52. Lady Young Five-eighths in 1:05. Lillian K. Three-quarters In 1:20. Little Jake Half mile lu 53. I-ord Elam Three-quarters in 1:22. Lucky Ike Five-eighths in 1:02. Moller Three-quarters in 1 :22. Muff Five-eighths in 1:04. Xila Three-eighths in 39. Parlor Boy Five-eighths In 1:12. Quick Triii Half mile in 57. Stevesta Half mile In 54. Stoneman Three-eighths in 30. Swish Mile in 1:47. Tahoe Seven-eighths In 1:33. Tight Boy Five-eighths In 1:06. Veno Von Three-eighths in 3ft. Weather clear; track fast: Aunt Elsie Half mile in 58. Balget Half mile in 52. Balronia Mile and an eighth in 2:08. Carlton Club Three-eighths in 40. Charle- Brown Five-eighths In 1:04. Dalston Three-quarters in 1:20. Doc Allen Five-eighths in 1:04. Fddie Foy Three-eighths in 40. Eva Padwick Half mile in 34. Galley Slave Half mile In 53. Horicon Half mile in 54. Judge Walton Seven-eighths in 1:40. Kick Five-eighths in 1:05. Sosius Half mile In 53. Suffragist Five-eighths iu 1:03. The Fad Five-eighths In 1:09. The .Monk Three-eighths in 39 .

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