Seneca Adds to His Victories, Daily Racing Form, 1916-01-03


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SENECA ADDS TO HIS VICTORIES. El Paso, T .. January 2. Two selling races ; thai brought onl some of the better class of plater-, in training here, were offered as the most attractive feature of the program at the course of the Jockey lull Juarez this afternoon, a- asaal on Bandar, the attendance i in to a goodlj agate. The Srat two races srere contested by leads of mediocie quality, bal the third aroused much Inter. est lo bringing once more into action the veteran Seneca, which appears to hare found an elixir of youth in llic Juarez climate and track this winter, taring won Ave races agalnsl x **i opposition since the no, ting opened. This rejuvenated nine-year-old son ... Di-c.ui-o Swiftfool found ii easy to score , hi- fourth straight victory toda . He ted tbroaghoat by a wide margin. erltb Lackroae the runner-up all Hie way. The withdrawal o! Mex, the most formidable ot hi- prospective opponents, left him a prohibitive choice [or the race. Blarney, miking hi- teat -tart of the meeting, made a SB iw of Brookfield and the others opposed to him in the fourth, a •evea-eightht dash. He won in a way l suggest that there are few horses tare capable of coping with him. He ran in the colors of s. Waring, a new ownet, On I rrlday the -tabi.s ,,f F. He lieipie at Fort Worth were struck bj lightning, killing the stallion I,,. i lied and the in nre Viona. The latter Is the dam o. i: ansae Sn-~ and Phil Epstein. Riili-r Graves was suspended for ten days for roiijjU riding in the fifth race.

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