Juarez Stalls Are Filling: Big Shipment from Kentucky Reaches Mexican Track in Safety, Daily Racing Form, 1914-11-13


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JUAREZ STALLS ARE FILLING BIG SHIPMENT FROM KENTUCKY REACHES MEXICAN TRACK IK SAFETY. Horses Also Arrive from Other Points and Training Goes Forward Under Ideal Conditions for Opening cf Meeting Two Weeks Hence. El Paso, Tex., November 12. Horses continue to arrive in large numbers for the one huudred or more days meeting of the Jockey Club Juarez, which is to open at the clubs magnificent racing plant In Juarez, just across the international boundary, on Thanksgiving Day. By far the biggest shipment of the season reached the track today witli the arrival of the special train from Kentucky, made up of nine carloads of horses, numbering 150 head, and several cars filled with owners, jockeys, trainers and other followers of the turf. The trip from Kentucky was made without special incident and the horses as a whole shipped well. The Elrod special horse train arrived here at 1:30 this afternoon from Lutonia on schedule time. The string of Umensetter and some .other horses that were to come from Louisville were left behind on account of the sickness of the filly Kiva. They are expected to arrive in a few days. In the shipment the following owners were represented: J. Livingston. P. T. ChJnn, AV. G. Vanke, R. J. Austin, W. If. Fizer, T. II. Ryan. F. I. Weir, C. Bogan, G. B. Morris. John Lowe, J. B. Cloher, Smith and Farrar. Mrs. C. H. Shilling. 1L L. Rogers, J. II. Meade, S. Veiler, E. J. OConnell, James Griffin, P. Sheridan. A. II. Vivell, AV. L. Schaefer, A. G. AVoodman, Ben Evans and Frank Smith. Jockeys who came along included J. Loftus, T. Rite, A AAr. Taylor. B. Murco, F. Benton, L. Hart-well, J. McCabe, It. Small. A. Mott, J. Acton. H. Broescli, M. Thompson, E. Denny, C. Bell, P. Stearns. G. AAr. Carroll, J. Metcalf, A. Neyion and C. II. Shilling. The few preceding days witnessed the arrival of shipments from various points. The McKIuney and Corrigan yearlings from the AVickliffe Stud, five in number, arrived iu charge of trainer W. C. Clancy from Louisville, together with eight horses that will race here in the colors of J. C. Ferris. Niclas, ulso the property of the latter owner, came from Aancouver, B. C. with the shipment of E. J. Ramsey, who brought Yuba and Mollcr. A. P. Yeoman also arrived from the northwest with Gold-linn and ono other horse. B. A. Jones shipped from his farm at Parnell, Mo.. Miss Sly, B. A. Jones and eight yearlings, all of his own breeding. P. Dwyer came from Dallas, Tex., with Royal Bolly. Doc Allen and three others. In the same car came J. P. Keezek with Avocado and Petit Bleu and Harry Fink with Skinny B. aud Otilo. The weather has been perfect here for the past two weeks aud trainers quartered nt Juarez have found conditions Ideal for the preparation of their charges for the opening of the meeting, which is scheduled to take place exactly two weeks from today. Never before at a corresponding time were so many racing folks in El Paso us now.

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