Juarez Racing to Go On: Capture of Mexican Town by Constitutionalists Will Not Affect Sport, Daily Racing Form, 1913-11-16


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JUAREZ RACING TO GO ON CAPTURE OF MEXICAN TOWN BY CONSTITUTIONALISTS WILL NOT AFFECT SPORT. New Commandant Announces His Desire That Jockey Club Juarez Winter Meeting: of 100 Days Bo Held as Scheduled, Tlie following telegram from Harry V. Rrcivogel, assistant to General Manager M. .1. Winn of the .lockej- Club Juarez, was received yesterday by Dally Racing Form: "HI Iaso, Tex., November 15. Todays troubles in Juarez will have no effect on Juarez meeting. Have received assurances from General Villa that horses and turfmen will be fully protected. No damage to track today." El Iaso, Tex., November 11. Ianeho Villa, with a considerable force of constitutionalists, suddenly descended on Juarez last night and captured the town after meeting with little resistance from the surprised Federal garrison. Horsemen and horses iuartered at the Juarez track were not molested and, after the? capture of the town had been effected, General Villa announced that it was bis desire that the change of control should not deter the Jockey Club Juarez from opening its race meeting of 100 or more days beginning on Thanksgiving Day. Accordingly, the meeting will be conducted as scheduled. The special train bringing some 200 horses from Kentucky arrived here early this morning and the horses will be transferred to their winter quarters across the border with little delay in spite of the unexpected developments of the night. There were nineteen carloads of horses on the EIrod special train, which came via Memphis, Tumi., and Woyanoke, Okla. The shipment struck good weather en route after leaving Kentucky and the horses suffered little by the conlinement on the cars. Only one, a yearling owned by A. G. Dunlap, died en route. Several others which had slight attacks of ear fever and other ailments arrived here in good condition. The niuet,-n cars contained 200 horses, representing some of the best that have raced on the Kentucky tracks this- season and all are ready, except tlie yearlings, to participate In the coining -100 days or more of winter racing at the Jockey Club Juarez track. A list of the owners and the best known of the horses in the shipment follows: A. B. Spreckels Amltv, Anar, Farbant, Austri, Eodln, Fulla, Ambri, Gyinor. 5 jiff, llyla. W. 11. Fizerlat ruche. Brevity, Augie I., Little Bit, Transact, .Mabel Richardson. Old Master, Wild Horse, Renvar. P. Sheridan Itubicon II. S. Veiller Airs. Gamp. Mimoriosn, Belle of Brj-u Mawr, Chrlstopliine. J. C. Ferris Miletus, Madelle, Thaka. Dr. G. M. Miller Luther and lulan. John Lowe Florence Robcris. General Marchmont, Gasket. Durin. El 1alomar. The Cinder, La Valletta, Superiorit.v, Superl, Thcodorita, Sigurd. George B. Moreland Just Bed. R. L. Rogers Trojan Belle, llarwood. W. E. Cotton Sheffield. II. MeDaniel Bolls. I J. Miles Falcada, Cordie F., Woof, Topland. William Hurley I a trick F., May L. J. H .Mead Irish Gentleman, Brookfield. E. J. OOomiell Tigella, Rip Van Winkle, Re-quiram, Emerald Gem. F. D. Weir Ida Lavinia, Edith W., Aunt Mamie, Barbara Laue, Francis, llattie Mc, Swish. W. C Clancy Gemmell. Little Jane, Muff, Kenneth, Garter, Rooster, Ralgo, Cosgrove, Peerless, Summcrhill. Karl Linnell Osaole. G. B. Morris Silver Tone. M. lr-wensteiu Birka, Ajax. G. A. Tacot Myrtle Marion, Senator Sparks, Arislo Lane. J. T. Bobbins Defy. J. IL Bespess Christmas Eve, Scarlet Oak, Burlington Bess, Ruvoco, Denmark, Wishing Ring. L B. Fitzgerald Largo. Montreal, Parcel Post. J. F. K el ley Mamlj- Zane, Stevesta. C. Brant Moonlight. . W S. Trevev Brightstone, Foxy Mary, W inured D. J. W. Young Auto Run, Princess Janice. L. C Shobe Weyanoke, Gallej- Slave. Doerlioefer .Sr West Gold of Ophir. Ursula Emma, TilHes Nightmare. Jimmie Gill. Baron de Kail, George Karme, Senator James, Rover. P. T. Chinn Star Bertn. General Warren, Margaret Lowrv, Ooma. Bird Man, Fort Sumter, Went-worth, Augustus Heinze, Peter Grimm. Baltimore, Rose of Jeddah, Gypsy Love. Mrs. M. R. Farmer Souada, Malay. Lawsuit, Bodondo, Jim Basey. Ratina. Howard Oots Cousin Puss, Carlton Club. Kisland, Atica. K J. Salt Stanley S., Maggie. 1L E. Stewart Congressman James, Cohokia. A G. Dunlap Ocean Queen. Maud McKee. F M. Hopper Balronia, Rake, Chanticior. o" K Herndon Bonanza, Clinton. Ida Cook. W. Elliott Admirals Daughter, Rosemary. The manv vearlings in the shipment today include some of the highest priced youngsters sold this season. In F. D. Weirs string there are thirteen colts and Allies of this age. The capture of Juarez by the constitutionalists will result in all liberties being accorded to American turfmen. The port at Juarez was opened this afternoon, but the horses which arrived today will not be transferred to the Mexican course until tomorrow morning.

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