Two Records Reduced At Juarez., Daily Racing Form, 1910-12-27

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TWO RECORDS REDUCED AT JUAREZ Kl Paso Tex December 20 Ideal racing weather prevailed at Terrazas Park yesterday and a crowd of fully 4OOO persons turned out to witness the running f the Navidad Handicap which attracted a field of the best horses racing here Polls from the stable if It L Thomas ruled favorite at uost time al ¬ though Harrigau Jack At kin and Helmet drew con flderable support while the winner was not over ¬ looked in the estimation of the public Injury from the stable of J W Fuller proved best by winning well in hand in the fast time of 145 which reduced the trc ck record for one mile and i sixteenth by oue lifth of a jecond The race was most spectacular from start to finish tin field being well bunched throughout Cherrynlt ran a remarkable race routing from far back to finish second The IHTforuianca of Injury in breaking the track record was a brilliant one he carrying llo pounds as against 104 carried by Meadow when the previous record was niitdo niitdoW W G Yanki dropped from the ranks of the lay ¬ ers today and will try it from the ground for awhile awhileFour Four favorites were returned as winners the lay ¬ ers receiving a severe drubbing drubbingJockey Jockey McGcc won his first race of the meeting when he scored on Lena Lech in the second race raceHigh High Culture from the stable of J F Newman making his first appearance of the season was heavily backed and won like a good one oneThis This afternoon Wade McLemores Meadow reduced the Juarez track record for seven furlongs held by Knight Deck by threefifths of a second with an im jn st of 12 pounds Meadow won with consummate ease A fairsized crowd was in attendance to wit ¬ ness the siwrr the feature of which was the handi ¬ cap won by Meadow The public broke even with the layers as three wellbacked favorites won wonAcumen Acumen belonging to William Walker was bid up to COO by P Higel and sold after winning the econd race Mr Walker joined the ranks of the halter brigade by bidding up Bob Lynch winner of the last race to 1300 but the horse was retained lv his owner ownerI I Hogan prominent horseman of Montana who owns Sixteen and several other horses arrived today md will remain throughout the meeting

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