Juarez to Close Today: Meeting of One Hundred and Fourteen Days Duration to End This Afternoon, Daily Racing Form, 1914-03-22


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JUAREZ TO CLOSE TODAY MEETING OF ONE HUNDRED AND FOURTEEN DAYS DURATION TO END THIS AFTERNOON. Sport Has Been Successfully Conducted at Mexican Course Throughout Season in Spito of Civil War That Has Been Going On in That Country. El Paso, Tex., March 21. For the last day but one of the Juarez meeting, a fairly good card was provided. An overnight handicap for three-year-olds at three-quarters of a mile served as the chief feature and engaged a small field of fair calibre. Osaple ruled favorite and held that distinction throughout in spite of staunch support for Bing, the second choice. Osaple star.ted out in a manner that elated his admirers by oicning up a long early lead, but Edith AA, which Kin in closest pursuit, overtook him right at the end and beat him by a neck. The opening race, a half mile dash for two-year-olds, stood next in racing importance. Josetina "Car-ate led Supremacy anil Truiane to the finish in a way that suggested she may be destined to become a worthy successor to that sterling stable companion of hers, Pan Zareta. She went to the post an odds on favorite and showed the way to her opiKjnenls for every foot of the journey. Yuba won the second race iu the manner an overwhelming odds-oti choice should. She led from start to finish and had a winning margin of four lengths over Tliaka, the runner-up. The third race resulted in victory for Aragonese, an outsider, in a drive with Stella Graiue. the favorite. Rosemary turned up the winner of the fifth. She was never headed, but was doing her best at the finish in withstanding the challenges of Pajaroita. and Miss Sly. George and Thomas Hare, two of the choices, fought it out in the closing dash and tho former proved the gainer. The Juarez meeting- will come to close tomorrow with a seven-race program. It will have embraced 114 racing days and has been successful in spite of tiie troublous times through which the Republic of Mexico is passing. There will be a general scattering of stables with little delay. The greater portion of the establishments that have been racing hero will be shipped to Kentucky by special train to engage in the highly attractive series of meetings scheduled for the Lexington, IjOuisville and Latouia tracks. Denver, where racing is to be revived on a substantial basis, will likewise attiact a considerable delegation of the owners, with their horses. The day was exceedingly cold, still a big crowd turned out. A A. Gregg has sold his string of live horses to R. S. Barnes of Salt Lake. The stable will be shipped to Denver and Mr. Gregg will continue to train them for their new owner. The following horses were old in the paddoen this morning: Aested Rights. T. S. Parker, ,000; Redpath. AV. Cole. ; Hig- Street, T. Hatfield. ; Belle of Bryn Mawr. AV. B. Charles, ,000; Christmas Daisv. AV. B. Charles, 00: Miss Editi. AV B. Charles, 00; Baron de Kalb, Keefe and ODon-nell. S40: True Step, J. M. Shilling, 0; Startler, J. AV. Fuller, 0

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