Purse for Pan Zareta: Fleet Newman Filly Carries High Weight to Victory in Handicap, Daily Racing Form, 1914-01-28


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PURSE FOR PAN ZARETA FLEET NEWMAN FILLY CARRIES HIGH WEIGHT TO VICTORY IN HANDICAP. Runs Fait Over Juarez Course in Spite of Wind That Blows Fiercely All Afternoon, Retarding- Racers Two Favorites Successful. El Paso, Tex., January 27. An exceedingly high and warm wind blew all the afternoon, but it did not greatly affect the attendance at the Juarez track. It was ladies day and they were out iu large numbers, accompanied by male escorts. Pan Zareta. picking up big weight, won the Sombrero Handicap at six furlongs with ease. Con sidering the tremendously high wind that blew, she i an a remarkable race iu going the distance in 3:11. Never at any time was she fully extended. New Haven was the nearest to her at all times, bur was no match for the Texas tilly. Barsac came with a great rush in the stretch and nearly took second money. Jockey Feeney carried off the riding honors of the afternoon by scoring two wins. Only two favorites finished first. Christophine, the favorite for the second race, which was for ihrce-year-ohls, had all the adverse racing luck that seemed possible and was only beaten by a short margin. Jockey Ford was suspended by the stewards for Iho nays lor rough riding in the second race. Herpes, winner of the fifth race, was bid up from $:;00 to 00 by W. Smith, but was bought in by J. W. Piukhum with the usual advance of . The closing race also was attended by a run-up. J. Bishop advancing Husky Lad front 00 to 00 without being able to buy him. The dead heat of Monday at Juarez between Belle or Bryn Mawr and General Marcliiuont was the second in which General Marcliiuont has figured at Juarez. On January 21. 1011, he ran a dead heat with Porante in the Victorina Selling Stakes. He was then the property of J. Day. In connection with Mondays dead heat. Judge C. F. Price decided tiiat half of the proceeds from the run-up of Belle of Bryn Mawr, which the rules provide shall go to the second horse, should go to too owner of Sea Cliff, which finished third to the dead heaters. Recent work-outs of horses in training at Juarez were as follows: Angelas Five-eighths in 1:05. Auto Girl Three-quarters in 1:22. Blue Racer Three-eighths in M,i. Bob Lynch Half mile in ."::. Brevity Half mile iu 52 J. Christophine -Five-eighths in 1:05. Colinet Five-eighths in 1:07. Crex Three-quarters in 1:22. Dromi Half mile in 52. Emerald Gem Three-eighths in :!S. Ethel Wicks Three-eighths iu !50. Evran Three-eighths in ;J8. J. W. Morgan Three-quarters iu 1:10. Grizzly Bear Three-eighths in .!0. Hay Three-eighths in VA. King Elk Half mile iu 5::. King Radford Five-eighths iu l:o:;-;3. Little Will -Three-eighths in .".0. Luke McCov Three-quarters in l:10!n. .Miss Edith Half mile in 5::. Monmouth Three-eighths in 45. Nobby Hve-cighths iu 1:05. Pan Zareta Half mile in 5::. Pid Hart Three-quarters in 1:22. Quick Trip Half mile in 52. Rebecca Three-eighths in :!7. Rioja Half mile in 55. Rose of Jeddah Three-quarters in 1:2::. San Bernito Half mile in 52. Sheffield Three-eighths in "!. Sinn Feinn Three-quarters in 1:22. Sir Ballinger Half mile in 52-.. Sir John Three-quarters iu 1:22. Stone Heart Three-eighths in 40. Siiminerliill Half mile in 5:5. Uncle Ben Seven-eighths in 1:"-".

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