Sensationally Fast Running At Juarez.: Three Track Records Broken on Sunday--Servile Runs Mile in 1:38 in Winning Handicap., Daily Racing Form, 1910-01-11


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SENSATIONALLY FAST RUNNING AT JUAREZ Three Track Records Broken on Sunday Servile Runs Mile in 138 in Winning Handicap El Paso Tex January 10 Three new track rec ¬ ords were established at Terrazas Park yesterday Ocean Queen inaugurated the sensationally fast run ¬ ning with a victory at six furlongs in 112 Servile ridden by the novice Burlingame followed with an amazing mile in 138 and Richard Reed concluded the recordbreaking by running five furlongs in the stake feature in 59 35 Perfect weather condi ¬ tions combined with the marvelous resiliency of the going possibleThe made these interesting turf feats possible The Hidalgo Stakes carrying a value of 1200 was unexpectedly won by Richard Reed Its running was replete with incident and accident The field of eight included the entry Pajaroita and Richard Reed besides Elizabeth Harwood Hannah Louise Spooner AI Muller and Colonel Bob The Bedwell pair were quoted at oddsou on the strength of the supposed Invincibility of Pajaroita In the estima ¬ tion of experts the presence of Richard Reed added little strength to the combination In the actual struggle it was the Ignored and despised second string that ran fast and true ami led from start to finish Pajaroita raced swiftly but erratically After pulling up of his own volition at the start the big gelding worked through the field into closest proximity of his diminutive stable companion after being timed the first quarter in 21 seconds The favorite was still under a pull while turning for homo and chafing under the restraint he bolted abruptly to the extreme outside leaving the bearer of the second colors to save the day for the big stable stableThere There were a few unpleasant happenings here and there worth mentioning including tiie conspicuous In ¬ ability of R Q Smith the favorite to raise a de ¬ cent gallop in the first race and the fouling and crowding of Gladys Louise near the finish Foul was claimed but It was disallowed The opinion is general that an epidemic of rough riding exists here Charlie Hargrave barely averted defeat In the fifth race in slow time There was a general running amuck of horses in the final quarter of this race A coup of the bush variety materialized iii the last race Cardinal Sarto being the medium Racked from 20 to 1 to 10 to 1 the layers were mulcted out of thousands of dollars by his victory The Lobby Stable recently bought Himalaya won him out today and immediately afterward got rid of hinf John Singleton a former wellknown jockey is the trainpr and manager of this unique turf establishment George establishmentGeorge Rose left tonight for Los Angeles Harry Lurie one of his assistants will depart tomorrow for his home In Chicago

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