Empire City Track In Line: Stakes For 1910 To Be Increased Both In Value And Number.; Pleasing Announcement Made at Juarez Yesterday by Messrs. Butler and Winn--Tropical Weather Now Prevails at Mexican Course., Daily Racing Form, 1910-01-01


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i EMPIRE CITY TEAGKIS LIKE STAKES FOR 1910 TO BE INCREASED BOTH IN VALUE AND NUMBER Pleasing Announcement Made at Juarez Yesterday by Messrs Butler and Winn Tropical Weather Now Prevails at Mexican Course El Paso Tex December 31 Messrs James But ¬ ler and Matt Winn announced here today that the number and values of the stakes to be given by the Empire City Association of New York would bo substantially increased the coming season as com ¬ pared with former years The stake program will embrace liftecn fixtures as against eleven hereto ¬ fore The added money of the Empire City Handi ¬ cap will be the same as that for the Suburban and Brooklyn Handicaps This will be 0000 an increase of LOOO over last year The values of the remain ¬ ing fourteen stakes will also be proportionately in ¬ creased Full details will be made public shortly Mr Butler also stated that the Yonkers plant will be extensively improved and remodeled the club ¬ house and paddock undergoing the greatest change There will also be a new entrance Price McKinney of Cleveland O arrived today in his private car Xepturie Mr and Mrs Me Kinney visited the Juarez race course as the guests of President Alberto Terrazas The multimillionaire and his partner in business are among the chief stockholders in the Terrazas Park track Mr Mc ¬ Kinney pronounced the buildings and the track itselt the best he had ever seen seenIt It was ladies day for the second time this week and the grandstand and enclosure was comfortably filled It was the biggest offday attendance of the meeting Almost tropical weather prevailed and the racing was first class classJockey Jockey Shilling was so overanxious to get away from the post in the several races in which he rode that he incurred the displeasure of starter Cassldy who suspended him for three days Shilling at present is undecided as to whether he will go to Oakland aiid ride the Bedwell horses there or stay here Mr Bedwell wants him to remain at Juarez In any ovent Shilling will have the mount on Prince I be opened toinorro mission fetpwill be charged to this enclosure for the first week Twentyfive cents will probably be the fee thereafter

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