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JUAREZ FAVORITES BEATEN ONLY ONE FIRST CHOICE SUCCEEDS IN SCORING AT MEXICAN COURSE. Panhachapi, Heavily Backed to Win Opening Dash, Is Victim of Series of Mishaps and. Thomas Hare Wins Race at Odds of 20 to 1. El Paso, Tex., December 30. Today proved disastrous for the followers of favorites at Juarez, as only one first choice scored during the afternoon. Panhachapi, from the stable of J. F. and H. S. Newman, was the medium of heavy support in the opening dash, stumbled and fell while at the post, unseating her rider, but was caught before she had the chance to run away. In the stretch when she was lighting It out in the first division, she was so badly bumped that she went to her knees and it was a wonder that the filly did not fall. Thomas Hare, owned by Ike Striker, who is at present sick in a local hospital, managed to win in the last stride at the long odds of 20 to 1. Irish Gentleman was the victor in the Bavlcora Handicap at six furlongs. Gentry, who had the mount on him, outrode little McDonald In a hard stretch struggle. The stewards suspended the stable of M. Shields, pending an investigation into the in and out running of Curlicue after that horse won the third race. Jockey OBrien was no.t as badly Injured yesterday as at first thought and will be able to leave the hospital in a few days. Katty Connor, the filly that received the most severe injuries in the spill of yesterday, was destroyed last evening. It is reported that the other horses will all be saved. J. F. Newman, of Sweetwater, Tex., the breeder, of Pan Zareta, arrived from his Tanch today. Paul Carpenter, who owned and rode his own horses through Oklahoma, Texas and Colorado, where he was well known, died here Sunday of diabetes. His widow and two children left with his remains yesterday for Fnirview, Okla., here he formerly resided. The horses he had here are Tom Franks and Moment. Jockeys Carter and Dreyer were suspended for ten days by starter Cassidy for disobedience at the post. The stewards suspended jockey McDonald for five days for rough riding in the fourth race. Manager M. J. Winn returned today from Louisville, where he" spent Christmas with his family. Recent work-outs of horses in training at Juarez were as follows: Amon Three-eighths in 38. Ralge Half mile in 54. Burlington Bess Three-eighths in 30. Cantem Three-quarters in 1:24. Carondolet Half mile in 51. Cloak Five-eighths in 1:0!. Collnet Five-eighths in 1:00. Daylight Half mile in 55. Ed B. Three-eighths in 3!. Flying-rSeven-eighths in 1:40. Gold of Ophlr Five-eighths in 1:04. Great Jubilee Five-eighths in 1:05. Hannis Three-quarters In 1:19. nigh Street Five-eighths in 1:05. Injury Mile in 1:55. Inlan Half mile in 55. Janlel Three-eighths in 39. Jessie Simpson Half mile in 54. Jhnmie Gill Five-eighths in 1:04. Lowecn Half mile in 53. Marsand Half mile in 54. Mary Pickford Quarter mile in 20. Masalo Three-eighths in 38. Meadow Half mile in 57. Melts Three-quarters in 1:22. Prince Winter Five-eighths in 1:05. Renwar Three-quarters in 1:23. Rosenta Three-eighths in 39. Rubicon II. Three-quarters in 1:33. S?a Cliff Three-quarters in 1:25. Seneca Half mile in 52. Sigurd -Mile in 1:4S. Slccpland Three-quarters in 1:25. Summerhill Half mile in 55. Tahoe Mile and an eighth in 2:0S. Tom Knight Three-quarters in 1:22. Tom Murphy Five-eighths in 1:07. Unalga Half mile in 50. Wild Horse Half mile in 5G.