Juarez Stable Suspended: Horses Owned and Trained by D. Ford Come Under Official Ban, Daily Racing Form, 1914-03-08


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JUAREZ STABLE SUSPENDED HOUSES OWNED AND TRAINED BY D. FORD COME UNDER OFFICIAL BAN. Inconsistent Running- of Stable Assigned by Juarez Stowards as Basis for Action Taken John Reardon Wins Days Feature. El Paso. Tex., March 7. The .aragosa handicap a mile dash for three-year-olds and over, was tlie clnol leature of the better than ordinarv card that was decided at Juarez this afternoon. As was to have been expected from the character of the offer-I;ltronae was of generous proportions and the racing thoroughly enjoyable. Climatic conditions continued ideal. The handicap was contested bv Bert Celt v. John Keardon, Woyanoke. Cantem and Black-Evcd Susan, which last named lilly has imitroved so "greatly ; racing here this winter thai she was asked lo concede weight to all the other starters, being the lop weight of the race, with an impost of U., pounds she was unable to make tlie concessions demanded and linished unplaced. The race was won by Ihe lighlly-wciglited John Keardon in a drive wiih Bert Getty after his jockey had ununited five pounds overweight. John Reardon had been racing inditlcrciitly of lale and Bert Cettv supplanted him as the belting favorite of the race in consequence. Sidney Peters, neglected in the betting while Lone Star received the bulk of the public support m the opening race, beat that well-backed favorite by nearly a length, leading all the war. The second race resulted in a nose victory for Thistle Belle a long shot, with another outsider, Gravs Favorite second, a head before Butter Ball, the heavily supported favorite. Christmas Eve. after drifting back lo an astonishingly liberal quotation, won the third race by a nose from Dalston. the odds-on choice. Seneca was the fourth favorite of the dav to run second. He was beaten a head in the fifth race bv Gordon Bussell. The latter, in a sensational stretch spi nt. came from far back with a rush. The closing race brought tin; breakdown of Denmark. whoe l:ur straight victories in the colors of J. W. Pink ham, followiii" his purchase for 00 not long ago, lias been a notable feature of recent racing here. . Denmark ruled an even money favorite todav and rvent wroTnfiii the" early part of the race. " Blue f Beard, the winner whs a receding second choice. Stewards W. If.SJioIhy. II. F. Breivogel and J. I Ireland issiieil a ruling today that because of their unsatisfactory running, horses owned and trained by D. Ford were indefhiiteJv suspended. The horses owned by Ford include Sir Alvescot, Vested Bights, licdpath. High Street and Belle of Brvn Mawr The inconsistent running of the Ford horses led up to the ruling. It is alleged bv the stewards that they have had the faculty of winning when heavily backed and running dull races when no support appeared for them. Jockey Eddie Taplin, who has lieen doing most of the riding for Unstable, was exonerated by the investigation which lie otlicials have made. Jockey E. Waynes was today suspended for the remainder of Ihe meeting for general unsatisfactory riding. The program for tomorrow is an extra good one and a Milliliter attendance is looked for. Tlie .,500 Dos Itcpublicas Handicap, seven-eighths of a mile, is the top liner, with the Culiacan Handicap, live and a half furlongs, and a half mile dash for two-year olds, as secondary features. Jefferson Livingstons Iron .Mask has been assigned Ihe remarkable impost of 150 pounds for the Culiacan Handicap. .1 F. Newman Sons Heel lilly. Ban Zareta. is top weight in tlie stake race with BIO pounds. Recent work-outs of horses in training at Juarez Mere as follows: Alvis Half mile in .11"-,. Al t Kick -Hair mile in 55. Ask Ma- Half mile in Attica -Seven-eighths in 1 :AS. lteda -Three-eighths in 3S. lilack-Eyed Susan Seven-eighths in 1:10. Blue Racer Three-eighths in ."S. Chief Desmond Three-eighths in 38. Christinas Eve Three-quarters in 1:20. Cloak -Three-eighths in ."!. Climber Half mile in 54. Curlicue Three-quarters in 1:22. lion Cortez- -Half mile in 53. Dom-aster Half mile in 53. Eddie Foy Half mile in 52 If.. I-reewill -Three-quarters in 1:19. Gypsy Half mile in 31. Ida Cunimings luarter mile in 25. Iron .Mask Five and one-half furlongs lu r.Sf., 1 :05. I.ee Harrison 1 1. Three-quarters in 1:21. Little Jane Three-eighths In 37. May L. Three-eighths in VlHk. Mex-Half mile in 51 if.. Napa Nick Half mile in 33. Nifty--Five-eighths in 1:07. Pan Zareta -Five-eighths in 1:01. Palatable - Five-eighths in I -AC. Ray R. .Miller Quarter mile in 20; S-ilesia Three-quarters in 1:2.!. Slccpland Five-eighths in 1:05. Star Bella Half mile in 58. Swish Three-eighths in ::s. Tod Cook Three-eighths in .58. Tower -Half mile in 5Hf,. Wild Horse Half mile in 52.

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