Getaway Plans Prepared: Horsemen Arranging To Ship From Juarez With Close Of Meeting.; Bulk of Stables Will Come North to Kentucky for Spring Meetings at Lexington and Churchill Downs--Some for New York., Daily Racing Form, 1910-02-24


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GETAWAY PLANS PKEPABED HORSEMEN ARRANGING TO SHIP FROM JUAREZ WITH CLOSE OF MEETING Bulk of StaWes Will Come North to Kentucky for forSpring Spring Meetings at Lexington and Churchill ChurchillDowns Downs Some for New York El Paso Tex February 23 Horsemen who are racing at Terrazas Park are beginning to make plans for a iiuiek getaway as soon as possible after the close of the meeting next Sunday Most of them have already decided upon the point where they will race during the coming summer and have made their plans accordingly Several of the large stables will be shipped direct lo New York to prepare for the opening of the season on the metropolitan tracks Quite a number of the small stables will be shipped to California and the northwest where there will be practically continuous racing all summer summerA A number of stables will be shipped to Salt Lake City where a fortyfourdays meeting will be given commencing early in May At the conclusion o this meeting the horses will be campaigned on the Montana circuit which includes Butte Anaconda and other iioints Most of the stables racing here ¬ abouts however will be shipped to Louisville where the horses will be rested for the Lexington and Churchill Downs meetings Among the best known of the stables destined for Churchill Downs are those of C C Van Meter J R Wainwright John Marklein J C Ferriss J B Respess C S Wilson Dave Henry J W Young R Gilmore and Al Goodman GoodmanAll All of these stables will be shipped to Louisville immediately following the close of the meeting Mr Wainwright will have ten horses or three more than he brought here Mr Van Meter will not ship away as many as he brought as he has disposed of sev ¬ eral including Lord Clinton and Actinia The Van Meter shipment VI 11 include Toyland and The Fad two eligible to the Kentucky Derby Mr Van Meter will race his big string at Churchill Downs n Cm gbich he will ship to New York The big string of J R Wainwright will be augmented by the addition of othersrnow at Douglas Iark which Fred Luzader will take up upon his arrival in Louisville LouisvilleThe The Walinyright stable ought to be one of the most useful seen during the Churchill Downs meet ing In addition to Al Midler Dr Waldo Briggs and other cracks that be brought here Mr Wain ¬ wright has recently added to his stable that good racer Spooner and the threeyearold Glen Helen All of the horsemen who shipped here from Ken ¬ tucky have done fairly well with their horses and the kontuckiana have won their share of the stakes and purses All of the Kentucky owners are well satisfied with their visit here and pleased with the treatment accorded them by the mansigement and officials and they have all decided to return next fail failWith With the Kentucky stables will go the stable jockeys who have been riding at Terrazas Park Among the best known of the IKJVS sire Kennedy under contract to J R Wainwright T Rice under contract to J C Fcrriss J Wilson whose contract I J held by C 4 Wilson I Austin in the employ of C C Van Meter and Goose who lius been riding for Dave Henry HenryThere There will l e a general scattering of officials and others connected with the track next week General Manager Matt 7 Whin will remain here onlv long enough to wind up the affairs of the meeting and give instructions regarding the con ¬ struction of the new clubhouse and hotel and the care of the grounds during the summer He will leave for Louisville as soon ns ossible in order to prepare for the Churchill Downs meeting Secretary Lvman Davis has already taken his departure having left last Saturday for Jacksonville to secure stake entries for Churchill Downs and Empire City Judge Will iJhelley and Captain Jacobs will leave for their liomes In Louisville earlv next week Mars Cassidy will make a trip to Virginia before returning to Xew York The only official who will remain will Ite track superintendent Harry Carr who will remain here all summer to attend to the improvement of the track which Is showing a tendency to become hard It Is likely that the surface of the track will receive n covering of wind Sand mixed with adobe soil is expected to make an ideal track Timer George Lindenberger will leave for his home In Louisville directly after the close of the meeting In addition to his duties In the timers stand Mr LiiKlenberger has had charge of the work of beauti fving the grounds in and outside of the track Under bis direction a beautiful 7iark has been laid out in front of the grandstand and to this work Mr Lin denlKrger has devoted his every spare moment In this park be has had planted sevaral hundred arbor vitlie anil Japonica trees suited to the climate and which when full gown will make the place a beauty spot Several thousand trees in the space between tlvo promenade etnd the track proper have silso been planted under the watchful eye of Mr Lindenberger Paddock Judge J L Hrtll will leave for New York where he will act in a similar capacity on tiie merro Dolitau tracks tracksTodays Todays feature at Terrazas Park was a handicap it six furlongs with seven starters under puzzling weight adjustments Meddling Hannah fourth choice In the betting at n to 1 got up in the last stride to head Scvcnfull one of the most frequent winners of the meeting Colonel Bob a chronically lind actor at the post was left after delaying the Lfirt for an exasperating length of time Bettors fintl badly during the afternoon only one favorite iud a lukewarm choice at that in Miss Vigilant iletuir successful The failure of favorites and second secondliolces liolces began wifii the defeat of Barnev Schreilxrs 1barleV Fox one of the shortestpriced favorites favoritestirting tirting here After a brief early display of speed fairies Fox dropjHd to the rear leaving Alarmed to hin in the exceedingly slow time of l15j The cclireiber threeyearold came out of the race bleed ino it the nostrils The twoyearold race over the thetralit tralit course was won by the lilly Cat The Yresover TheYresover this course are always spectacular and are Wuerallv won by the best hor The attendance at Juarez today was materially iiiented iv an Influx of visitors attracted bv in t Ion races now in progress at El Paso A New York man named Browne has wired W P Tiiw owner of GI io an offer of 4000 for his horse tie offer has been declined and a reserve price of J nno has been placed on the horse TT G Bedwell lias notified the stewards of the r t c Club Juarez that he has a contract on the J rnntice Hoffman now riding here The Iwy de flPuTboin under contract to Bedwell and the arrival f the necessary papers are awaited before any anya a l lni ni Cassidy announced today that ho would serve ITtirteratthe coming meeting at Norfolk Va Vaftmlll ftmlll lo

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