Series of Mishaps in Juarez Race: Part of Field Races Away to False Start and Others Pull Up When Horse Falls, Daily Racing Form, 1914-01-24


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SERIES OF MISHAPS IN JUAREZ RACE. Part of Field Races Away to False Start and Others Pull Up When Horse Falls. El Paso, Tex., January 23. Milton Itoblce picked up weight for age in the Zacatecas Handicap at Juarez today and defeated good opposition. It was his third straight victory and the lifth during the meeting. Miinorioso wrested the lead from him during the middle running, but the colt displayed his gaincncss in forging to the front in the stretch racing and stood a drive in race horse fashion. The best Colonel Marchmont. the favorite, could do, was lo get second place and, under severe punishment throughout the final quarter. Truly took third money from the tiring .Mimorioso in the last stride. The lifth race was replete with mishaps. A fourteen horse field faced starter Cassidy. and Colquitt, which was the favorite, with jockey R. Hoffman up. ran under the barrier, followed by Lady Pender. Ren Stone and Princess Industry. Hoffman started to ride his mount away, thinking it was a real start. Claver, Groth. Benton and Gentry followed. Mr. Cassidy and his assistants called for them to tome back, as the barrier had not risen, but there was such a high wind blowing that the riders could not hear him. Starting Judge 1 Ionian tried in vain to wave them back and they went on with their mounts the full three-quarters of the race. The stewards ordered the four horses to return to the barrier, which they did and, after breaking away to a bad start. Ferrona fell on the backstretcli. "The remainder of the field pulled up on the lower turn, leaving six to linisli and the winner turned up in Jewel of Asia. Colquitt was claimed out of the lifth race for 2." by J. 15. Goodman. Judge Price has received a cablegram from the Brazilian Jockey Club at Rio Janeiro stating jockey Ilarry Stewart was in good standing. Stewart, who hail made application to ride here, will be granted a license. The two-year-olds that W. J. Grist shipped here from Kansas are as follows: Chestnut colt by Albnla I Know, by St. Charles. Chestnut colt by Marathon Sorrel Top, by Hcr-meiice. Chestnut lilly by Albula Martha 1., by King Id ic. Chestnut lilly by Albula Miss Freda, by ISaliol. Chestnut lilly by Albula Nell Monroe, by Lamplighter. Chestnut lillv, bv Albula Reprieve II., bv Woodlands. P.ay lilly by Albula Pc:isa. by Sir Modred. Recent work-outs of horses in training at Juarez were as follows: Ben Uneas Three-eighths in 3K. Bens Brother Three-eighths in 38. Charles Fox Five-eighths in l:Ki. Coinpton Five-eighths in 1 :00. Dowuland Three-quarters in 1 :11. Droll Five-eighths in 1:05. Burin Half mile in ."1. Fort Sumter Seven-eighths in 1:35. Frieze Three-quarters in 1:25. Great Jubilee Mile in 1:55. Ilex Half mile in r2. .laniel Five-eighths in 1 :03. Joe Woods Half mile in 55. John llnric Five-eighths in 1:015. John Louis Half mile in ."4. Joselina Karate Three-eighths in II. Kid Nelson Three-quarters in 1 :20. Lady Tendi Five-eighths in 1:04. Mamie P.. Three-eighths in 30. Jl.iv L. -Three-eighths in .!!. .Mazurka Five-eighths in 1:01. Mex Quarter mile in 24. Montreal Five-eighths in 1 :. Repose Three-quarters in 1 :20. Right Little Three-quarters in 1 :!!. The Cinder Three-quarters in 1:2:!. Tov Bov Five-eighths in 1:02. Visible Five-eighths in 1:03. Yale Quarter mile in 21.

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