Horses Fall at Juarez: Five Go down Running of Race and Two Are Badly Hurt, Daily Racing Form, 1913-12-30


view raw text

HORSES FALL AT JUAREZ FIVE GO DOWN" DURING RUNNING OF RACE AND TWO ARE BADLY HURT. Jockey OBrien Only Rider Involved to Sustain Serious Injury Livingston Stable Scores a Double -with Florin and Bone Chance. El Paso, Tex., December 20. Five horses fell in the second race at Juarez this afternoon. All the rulers escaped injury except jockev W. OBrien, who is suffering from a scalp wound that is not considered dangerous. The mishap took place oil the lower turn. John It. Clay was the lirst one to fall and over him went J. II. Keed, jockev Murrav, who was riding J. 11. Heed, fell in the clear, wuile F. Benton, who was on John It. Clav, was stunned. Kins Earl, on which OBrien had the mount, tuuibleu oyer the prostrate horses. Then Hatty Connor came along nuu went down. This tilly was so badlv m-Juictl that she will probably have to be destroyed. Henry Williams, the last norse to fall, also snf-leml .severe injuries. The stable of J. Livingston came into the lline-light this afternoon by capturing the. last two races or the day, with Florin and uouue Chance. The latter, tiring under punishment, carried Henry Wnl-bank wide when he challenged In the final hundred yards of the race, and jockey W. Mclntyre made a claim of foul, which was not allowed. The steward, disciplined jockey Neylon by suspending him for ten days, as he was inclined to rough it a bit U Wo bookmakers, Johnny Lewis and Willie Apple-gate, retired from the ranks of the layers today. tun are Heavy lowers and ate going jo lav off for a short period. The volume of speculation in the letting ring which was rather light during the lirst few weeks of the meeting, has shown a marked gain of late, and is now fully up to the average of last years holiday seaion. J lie meeting opened with seven Iwoks ami :ie of these, conducted by John Trov, retired after a week of operation. Within the past fortnight the i ling has had accessions in Byron McNutt aud lloraei 1 mil, bring the number of operatives up p eight. J. A new ugure on the turf has appeared during tilt week in the persuu of II. D. Povneer, a wealthy busiues.-. man of Spokane. Wash,, This gentleman is optimistic regarding tlm outlook-racraclng the coming year and is purchnslug good racing material regardless of price. He has made several purchases already and Is in tin- market for other good horses. J. lit; most improtant of his transactions was tin purchase of the two-year-old lillv Scarlet Oaks for .f.l,llM. Trainer A. L. Kirby, who is in charge of the string J. Is. Uespess has here, made the sale. Jl - parted with the tilly with regret, for she had won all of her starts and was considered the best juvenile tilly in local training. Phil T. Ciiinii will disjiose of all of the horses lie brought here before the close of the Juarez season except the yearlings he has in charge belonging to Catsby Woodford, president or the Kentuckv Asso-SUw the oitening of the Juarez meeting C lilnn has saddled more winners than any other trainer here. K. Spcncc lias applied for insurance on his recent purchase, Osaple. Spence makes it a rule to keep his most valuable horses fully covered bv insurance ami he curries a big mlcy on his crack two-year-old Hodge. Hodge is doing well In training and soon after the Urst of the year probably will be seen In action at Juarez. Spence expects to race him several times here in preparation for his engagements lu the Kentucky and Latonia Derbys of 1914. He lxlieves the brother to Little Father will go am route, as well as sprint. Hodge has not grown much In height this winter, but has spread out James Oslxirn, one of starter Mars Cassidys assistants, who has charge of the schooling of horses at Juarez, had a band of 25 yearlings in motion at tme time at the course and says lie has never had as little trouble sehooliug youngsters as this season, so well have the trainers had the yearlings in their charge broken and handled. "The older horses on the schooling list include Ada Kenuedav, Little Kit, Strange Girl, Mystic Boy, Henry Williams, Dromi. Helen Hawkins, Rockdale, Truly. Canapa and Strike Out. .Mrs. Samp has been fired for ankle trouble and will not race again until towards the close of the meeting. Itecent work-outs of horses in training at Juarez were as follows: Weather clear; track. slow: Ask Ma Half mile in 54.. Binocular Three-elghtlis: in 40. Reda Three-quarters in i:25. Big Lumax Half mile in 55. tiiiutcm Half mile in 55 Carlton Club Half mile in 59 Colquitt Five-eighths in 1:00. Eddie Mott Half mile in 55. , Fool o Fortune Half mile in 55. Sf George Karme Half mile in 58. llyki Half mile in 54. Ilex Fivtfteighths in 1:07. Little WIllFive-eishths in 1:075. New Capital-3-TIiree-tiuarters in 1:30. Priuee Eugene Seven-eightlm in 1:45 Requiram Half mile in 54. Silver Grain Five-eighths in 1:08. Sonada Half mile in 54. Sugar Lump Three-quarters in 1:30. Winifred I. Three-quarters in 1:25. YaIIy-Yip Three-eighths in 43. Weather clear; track slow. Barbara Lane Quarter mile in 20. Baron tie Kalb Three-eighths in 30. IJonne Chance Sevcu-elghths in 1:40 Canapa Five-eighths in 1:15. Closer Three-eighths in 39 Colonel Marchmont Half mile In 54. Daylight Half mile in 59. Doc Allen Three-eighths in 30 Dr. Bailey Half mile in 55. "" Flying Three-quarters in 1:30 Forge Half mile in 54 Freewill Half mile in 53. High Street Half mile in 5S. Horicon Three-quarters in 1:23. Injury Half mile in 53. Jim Basey Three-quarters in 1:20. Jim Cafferata Three-eighths In 43. King ink Five-eighths in 1:15. Lillian Kripp Five-eighths in 1:00. Lord Elam Half mile in 57. Mabel Clarkson Half mile In 5S. 1 Manasseh Three-quarters in 1:30. Meadow Half mile in 53. Muff Half mile In 54. Ooma Half mile, in 53. Orb Three-eighths In 44. Panhacbapi Three-eighths in 42. Ramsy Five-eighths in 1:09. Hetente Three-eighths in 41. Robert Half mile in 55. Rodondo Half mile in 55. Rooster Three-eighths in 44. Roscnta Three-eighths in 44. Say Half mile in 50. Sigurd Seven-eJgbthK in 1:45. Star Berta Half mile in 55. Superstition Three-eighths in 43. Unelva Three-eighths in 40. Weather clear; track good. Ask Ma Three-quarters in 1:19. Cantem Three-quarters in 1:22 Ceos Three-eighths in 3S. Chief Desmouti Three-quarters in :22. Coinpton Five-eighths in 1:00. Dave Montgomery Half mile in 55. Dr. Bailey Five-eighths in 1:00. Florin Three-eighths in 30. Fort Sumter Three-quarters in 1:22. General -Marchmont Three-quarters In 1:25. Helen Hawkins Five-eighths in 1:00. Henry Kltte Three-eighths in 39. Irish Gentleman Mile in 1:48. Iron Mask--Flve-eighths in 1:03. John I. Wakefield Five-eighths in 1:03. John Louis Half mile in 54. Judge Walton Seven-eighths in 1:35. King Worth Half mile in 54. Labold .Mile in 1:53, Lady Pender--FivoieIghtlis in: 1:015. Malay Mile in 1:53. New Capital Three-quarters MnniT22P Orb Half mile in 51 1 Iajaroita Three-eighths in 40. Prince Eugene Mile in 1:45. Uequlrani Three-quarters in 1:21. Rio Pecos Three-eighths in 40... - Rosemar.v Half mile In 55. .Y--ii Say Three-eighths in 39. : r ,! Scarlet Oaks Quarter mile in 25. Sea Cliff Three-quarters in 1:21.. Senator James Three-eighths in 40. Suffragist Three-eighths in 40. Superl Five-eighths in 1:04. Tom Knight Three-quarters in 1:1S. Van Horn Half mile in 54. Wheeler Five-eighths in 1:01,.

Persistent Link:
Local Identifier: drf1913123001_1_2
Library of Congress Record: