Juarez Races to be Investigated: Stewards Institute Inquiry into Recent Running of Several Horses and Suspend Jockeys, Daily Racing Form, 1913-03-15


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• I ; i , JUAREZ RACES TO BE INVESTIGATED. Steward?! Institute Inquiry Into Recent Running of Several Horses and Suspend Jockeys. El Pano, Tex.. March 14.— The crowd that fonc aeyed over the dver to enjoy the afternoous sporl at Juarea f I a cold ami disagreeable at the track. Not a favorite succeeded in scoring. Hoi es with liberal odds againsl their chances naade ■ eieaa swi p of the card. A searching Investigation is going on l y the hoard of stewards Into recen races thai have iieen run here. Jockeys Gross ami Uolesworth are especially imhid.-.l in tie- scope of the inipiiiv. trcslriiux S;,-w.i:.l Hi--i--gle a .id Associate Stew ard J, r ir land Issued the following rulings todaj "Jucfcev Mideswortb and the stablea "I Pontius ,V- 11, da, id and W. a. McKinnej are suspended pimd lug rurther Investigatiou Into the rniming o! the horses Abound and Bald iff. Jockey Gross is sus ponded pending Invest u.i i i.ii of his ride on Trails parent in the third race March 10. Farther enti es ,-,i ihis meeting ■ i the Ii rses m w owned by I. I unco are refused .-it this meeting and his , :i - Is l ferred !•• the directors of the cluh for fnrthel action." 1 developed todaj that iii- reason for the dlsap pointing race vim tiy the mar,- l.one.-ii on March iii was ,iue lo some miacreanl pluggiag her nostrils with a s-ionue. Ill, male was sent t« the hospiial today by owner SJcDaniel to have the pi-.-i s remuvei] that ioiiI. I Bot •■ liken ..ii b ordinary methods Secretary I raid; Smith of the Caeur dAlene Fair ami Racing Asaoclatlon wired here today announcing thai the meeting at the Alan track In Idaho would hi- of stxLv-one days duration, beginning April 19 ami ,■,• bg June 28. Ahoiit 23.ian will he given in stakes and puraes. At the anaiml in.--r.uu the following dirci-rors wee elected: M. D. Wright. I- w Smith, A. V. Chamberlain, ;e. H. 1. -.-.I lamler. I- E. Binl. I. Hibl-hraml and i:,-.,g.- Ce* grove Mes«». Wright. Smith and ChamlM-riain were selected to . •■; as a hoard of ma lagera in con dn.-i the affairs of the asaoclatlon. The anmiroce ment was received hj horsemen here wit* preal satisfaction and the majority of western owners rac ing here will ship .-• that point immediately after ih- eii.s. ,.i i he -in ii ■ •/ n.c-i hag. Crossover v..,s rlalased nut .-I" the second race yesterday by T. I". Oara*r for *r j:.. as was also i-.cl; Dinis. which starteil for the lirst lime al ihis meeting. Wluuliili ,V VTetoer g-.t the latter for Kfi23 . Assistant Rtnrtcr James Bafjorne wns taken si -i yesterday and liis duties were CDscharged hy Texas " Smith. Mr. Osborne has been reengaged lo do the start lag on the northwest Canadian clr-; eiiit from Winnipeg to Calgary. lie his a severe cold, but will be about in a few days. Wade McLemore arrived today from his Texas ranch to enjoy the remaining days of the racing here. John Louis, the winner of Ih- sith race, was bhl up from ¥4«Xt |.. hi P. Ilyains. hut was pro iii led by owner W. s. Heath. The Juarea track was »i its h.-st iiiis morning. winn tin- fallowing work-outs tank Mace: Any Pert Bevea eighth* in 1:90%. Training well after liis sickness. Butter Ball Three-eighths ia "7. At his host. Baron Ivan— Five-eighth* in 1:«2-.-.. May win .In ap race. Ca lab Three-qnartera in 1:17-.-,. Is good. Chief Des i— Five-eighths in 1:05. Is ready. Floral Park- Three-qnartera in 1:14%. la good I and will run good race when she starts. Flying— Three-quarters In 1:17-.-.. Of liul- account. Furlong- -Half mile In 40. Is right on edge. Hadad — Mile in 1:40. e.-inleiiiig. Kali-Inla Half mile in l». Is good. King Radford Five-eighths in 1 :li."i. breezing. Lady Macy Half mile ia 31, breeaing. StUl n l rifle sore. Lady PauchitaFlve-eightha in l:o2-f,. At In-r U-st. Little Jam- Three-eighths in 41. cantering, lias had a let-up. Loan Shark Three eighths in •". !. Acta good and I should race better. Mary Ann U. SeyeB-elghtha In l:J!i.. I gaoiL Meadow— Half mile ia 10. Improving. Mother Katcham Half mil. in 4!». Is good. Mv I.u.-na -Three-eighths in 38. Improving. Othello- Three-eighths in 38. Acta good. Prince Oaarad -Thiec-ilghths in :;7. »r Uttle a count. Heal Star Three eighths in :17. Hounding lo. S. piilve.la Half mile in 51, breeaing. Training . liieelv. Silver Grain -Seven-eighths In 1:32. Is ready, hul has had wind. Stan- Half mile in ."i::. Training poorly. Tommy Meflee Three-eighths la 41. Shows aor? n.s~ iii training. WasteHa Half mile in 51. May win cheap race.

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