All Is Ready At Juarez: Trouble In Mexico Will Not Affect Meeting Opening Today.; Fine Card Provided and Conditions for Opening Are Auspicious--Field of Good Class Named for La Independencia Handicap, Stake Feature., Daily Racing Form, 1910-11-24


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ALL IS READY AT JUAREZ TROUBLE IN MEXICO WILL NOT AFFECT MEET ING OPENING TODAY Fine Card Provided and Conditions for Opening Are AreAuspicious Auspicious Field of Good Class Named for La LaIndependent Independent Handicap Stake Feature El Paso Tex November 23 Everything is in readiness for au auspicious opening of the Jockey Club Juarez winter meeting of 10 days beginning tomorrow The insurrection which has been in prog ¬ ress in Mexico a considerable distance south of the international boundary line is not exjiectcd to at all affect the meeting at Juarez which is a sort if international affair with prominent Mexicans and Americans jointly Interested InterestedThe The opening of the meeting at Juarez tomorrow will find the beautiful plant iu its gayest colors ready to receive its guests For the past mouth t large force of workmen under the personal super ¬ vision of General Manager Matt Winn have been at work dally making improvements that will lie no ¬ ticed immediately by tSic patrons of the club who have not visited the plant since last year When yearWhen the gates are thrown open tomorrow for the second annual meeting of the Jockey Club Juarez patrons of the sport in this part of the country will have the pleasure of seeing highclass racing Assistant Secretary Jasper left no stone unturned In arranging an attractive program for the opening day All classes of horses at the track are repre ¬ sented in the entries and so evenly are the fields balanced that most interesting contests may be ex ¬ pected pectedThe The La Independencia Handicap value 2000 at one and oneeighth miles and the first stake event of the meeting has attracted a small but select field all of which are announced as starters Jack Atkin which occupies the post of houor in the assignment of weights arrived safely and is in line fettle and despite the heavy Impost will have many supporters although Helmet and Taboo will not lack followers Glorio has been on the ground for some time and his workouts indicate a return to good form Harrigan has also been going ex eptIonaly well and while Doughty seems outclassed his owners are confident he will make a good show ¬ ing ingTodays Todays workouts were JiS follows followsBon Bon ton Threequarters in 117 rlint Tucker Threequarter In 1IGJ Creston Threequarters in 119 v i = Dick Moss Threequarters In I IDorantc Dorantc Half mile in 52it Mf Fred Mul holla nd Mile iu 153 Gibson Half mile in 00 Glen Helen Half mile In 51 51Intrinsic Intrinsic Half mile iu 51 51Jacquelina Jacquelina Threequarters in 12O 12OMark Mark Kennedy Half mile in 50 50Pedro Pedro Threeeighths In 37 37Periwinkle Periwinkle Threequarters iu 117J 117JShort Short Order Threeeighths in 38 38Sigurd Sigurd Threequarters in 119 119The The management of the Juarez track and the Mexican officials in Juarez say that the trouble in Mexico will not interfere at all with the racing here The attempted revolution is not looked UIKIU seri seriWhen When tlie officials of the Jockey Club Juarez shall 1ave completed all the plans they hare in mind re ¬ garding Terrazas Park the plant will represent an investment of just 1ialf a million dollars in gold As the plant stands today it represents 400000 The aditional 100000 is to be spent next summer in building a clubhouse a large tank in the center Held and u concrete fence that will surround the Beautiful Terrazas Park the home of the Jockey riub Juarez is located in Juarez at a point about twenty minutes ride from El Pasos business center Tin tilaiit Is reached over a doubletracked street rnlhviv anil is connected with Juarez by a beautiful double Ixmlcvard leading lo the main entrance to the ground In front of the enclosure is a Itcautifnl smit that has Inen converted into a park This iot is surrounded with a driveway for the patrons who prefer driving to the races or going In automo ¬ biles The park is covered with a beautiful cariet of green winter wheat which gives a beautiful Tbe randstand which is one of the largest aud best aiiKihited in the couutrv is constructed of concrete as are all the buildings on the course It is so designed that no matter in what part of it the iiec7ntor is sitting he or she can witness every iHrt of a race Along the front of the stand is a row of boxes that have been floored and in which comfortable chairs have been placed placedNext Next to the grandstand is the letting ring which is so situated that patrons of the club can wager nil their favorite and then step just a few feet to iiif liwn and witness the running of the races T u rln is well lighted having an open space on tie i tire east side while on the west Is row of lire windows which have been f msted this fall o keep mit the glare of the sun while the same i mount of liht is obtained as formerly formerlyNext Next to the betting ring and between it and tlie iaddock arc the offices of the jockey club and the Vok VH headquarters In the lower half of this lnllilfiT i the private office of Mr Winn the office f ssistuiit Manager Harry Brievogel and the book kceper while across the way arc the offices of the wJXrr the ring manager and the entry clerk bive the offices is the jockeys room which is one fV appointed in the conutry Here arc f i he best i i ir r hath and a tub bath stationary wash tof vlewTtS SSS lue of tUe wtddock is the Ihe artcrs At Out in completed has JiiRi which hospital ± slUvmd beyond the paddock is the field stand the open u j just the price of ad for thoJe those that cannot innot jiffoi afford to pay mission to the grandstand

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