Another for Pan Zareta: Newman Filly Scores Her Sixth Victory of Season at Juarez, Daily Racing Form, 1914-03-18


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ANOTHER FOR PAN ZARETA NEWMAN FILLY SCORES HER SIXTH. VICTORY OF SEASON AT JUAREZ. Makes Enormous Concessions of Weight to Good Opposition and Wins St. Patrick Handicap With Ease In Spite of Mishap at Start of Race. Kl Paso, Tex.. .March 17. The St. Patricks Handicap, a seven-furlongs lash for three-year-olds and over, was the appropriate special attraction al Juarez, this afternoon. A select liel.l of live paraded l. the post to contest the race. .1. P. and 11. S. Newmans crack filly. Ian Zareta. was the top weight with an impost of Yi pounds, while her opixuiciits ranged from 95 pounds down to 87. In spin of the enormous concessions of weight that the Newman lilly was being asked to make, she ruled al all times a strong1 odds on choh-e and was staunchly hacked. .Momentarily at the start of the race, it looked as If she might: sustain defeat, for she -tumbled io her knees as the harrier went up. Quickly regaining her feel, she speedily .lashed into Hie lead and none of her oponents was aide to get .lose to her during the remainder of the race. New Haven, the second choice, was the runner-up almost from the beginning and lasted to heat Swish for second money by a neck. It was Tan Zareras liixlh victory out of eleven starts during the Juarez meeting. .She has surely earned the right to he acclaimed ipicen of the lillies in training here this season. Large llehls ruled in most of the other races. .Stare am Kick, hoth ipioted at long odds, accounted for the lirst and second races. The former won in a spirited drive with Bcda and Bertha V.. hoth also outsiders. Kick was running away from his opponents at the end of his race and had n winning margin of several lengths. The third race went to the credit of Ihillistina, the overwhelming favorite. Sin was put to a drive, hut had plenty of margin over Marshal Tilghman and Defy, which were closest to her at the end. l-j!mlni, winner of the tifth race, was an cx-ceedlngly well-supported horve at lucrative odds and went to the post as one of the choices. lie led front start to finish. Cloud Chief was the easiest hind of a repeater in the closing dash, for which First Star ruled favorite and could do no better than finish third. Jockey Mott was kicked on the leg while at the post on Sosius by Henry AAalbank. The injury was slight and lie rode out his remaining engagements. I.. Burlingame, who bid Chilla up yesterday, resold her this morning to her former owner, . K. lingers, at a reasonable advance. V. C. Clancy sold Garter today at private sale to A. A. Gregg. . Ilecent work-outs of horses in training were as follows: Weather clear: truck fast. Cosgrove Half mile in 54. Dr. Bailey rive-eighths in 1:01. Fort Johnson Seven-eighths in 1 :3S. Garden of Allah Three-quarters in 1:2.". George Half mile in 55. Godfather Three-eighths in ::!. Hester Seven-eighths in 1:10. Ida Cuiiimlngs-r-Ouarter mile in 24. Ida l.avinia Throe-eighths in .".S. Joe Woods Half mile in 52. Just Ked Three-quarters in 1:1!1. Kick Half mile in 55. Mabel Clarkson Half mile in ."2. Mario C Half mile in .".2. .Martha Lee Three-eighths in 40. Mnnd McKee Three-quarters in 1:2.1. Mex Three-eighths in 37. Nellie C Three-eighths in 3S. Nifty Half mile in 53. rnjoroita Three-eighths in .".S. Phi Hart Half mile in 52. Uuvoeo Three-quarters in 1:2;". Snperstlliou Three-quarters in 1:10. Tahoe Mile in 1:40. Wild Horse Three-quarters m 1:22.

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