Early Arrivals at Juarez, Daily Racing Form, 1914-10-21


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EARLY ARRIVALS AT JUAREZ. El Paso, Tex.. October 20. Horses are arriving here daily from various sections of the country, although the opening of the Juarez winter meeting is more than a month away. Each day brings a carload or two to add to the rapidly growing number of thoroughbreds that are quartered at the track across the river and when the big specials from Kentucky and Laurel arrive, they will find Millicient numbers already, quartered here to make the total the largest ever stabled upon a winter race course. From the far northwestern section of Canada. Vancouver. B. C, have already arrived the stables of A. J. Ferguson and Charles Hawke. From Montana yesterday there arrived two carloads, including the strings of John Lowe, II. W. Hoag, William Gemniell. Ed Kaufman. F. Wallhauser, R. O. Egan. C. W. Morndorff. Mrs. C. I. Crippen, Harry Mack and I. N. Womach. Well-known performers included in this shipment are Pay Streak, King Worth. Little Marchmont, Stella Graine, Ada Anne, Dr. Nenffer, Orba Smile. Kid Nelson, Anion, Helen Hawkins, Dusky Dave, Senator James Bob Farley, Swarts Hill, Decency, The Cinder, Heidelberg. Grammout. Ypress. Ori-niar Lad, Banuiingo, Marie Coghill, Edwin- T. Fryer. Uosiris. Patriotic. Ferrona. Gasket, Yip-Hi-Ya, Marta Mac, Fancy, Ooma, Envy, Electrowan and Tony Koch. From the east the first stable to arrive is that of Roy Martin, which was one of the first on the ground. In this stable is John Reardon. First Star, and Connaught. From Canada Parker Bros, arrived with Peter Grimm, Rey, Vested Rights. Upright and three others. From Texas came G. II. Tacot with Maid Marion, Maxine and a two-year-old, and S. J. Kelley with Roberta, Ladylinger, Ring and Meal Ticket.

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