Plan to Race at New Orleans, Daily Racing Form, 1914-06-16


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1 PLAN TO RACE AT NEW ORLEANS. While no authoritative announcement has been made it is epiite well understood that an organization has been perfected to introduce racing in this city next winter, the racing to be conducted under the terma Of the Locke law. The- nc -ting i- to begin Thanksgiving Day and to continue for either thirty or sixty days, the exact term not having yet been decided. It is fully understood, however, thai the race- meeting will l e for not less than thirty days. Before the time set for the meeting a sufficient sum will be deposited iu the bank io el all the purses offered, and ih- TO meters of the plan are confident of a sneoessfo season. Theee who are at tin; head of the plan ale iii a position to obtain the funds necessary if On are :n i-arnesi in their purpose, and those Who are i.i a position lo know say there is no doubt whi lever ilia; He- first racing of the season will In- given Thanksgiving Day. 1 !i -e y ho w -n- prominent in the movement to pass tbe Beinhardl bill, while greatly disappointed over their failure- 10 secure the permission of the la* i.i tkhu power to establish the pari-mutuel sy» tern here, an- nevertheless confident that racing an be conducted without the betting feature, and the] are- looking forward to the experiment with a _-. 1 deal ! Interest. — New Orleans Tiuu-Picaynae.

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