Juarez Officials Report: Presiding Steward, Presiding Judge and Starter Reach Track, Daily Racing Form, 1913-11-26


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JUAREZ OFFICIALS REPORT PRESIDING STEWARD, PRESIDING JUDGE AND STARTER REACH TRACK. Iron Mask to Be Absentee from Opening Day Stake and Pan Zareta Probably Will Rule Favorite Gossip from Mexican Course. El Paso, Tex., November 25. The overland trains today brought in several of the officials connected with the Jcckey Club Juarez, including presiding steward Charles F. Price, presiding judge W. il. Shelley, starter Mars Cassidy, official tinier George W. Lindenberger and chief of the track police, Capt. James Jacobs. Everything Is in readiness for the beginning of racing on Thanksgiving Day and the strife in Mexico is not giving any special concern to the public and racing followers that have congregated here. The line-up of bookmakers will be strong, Roy Offut being the latest of the big layers to arrive from the east. Secretary Edward Jasper expects at least a dozen starters in the Juarez Handicap, with quality abundantly represented. Iron Mask, which was allotted the top impost, will not be a starter, leaving the the race a decidedly open one, with the Texas-bred lilly. Pan Zareta, figuring as the likely favorite. Clarence Price, who acts as the official representative of the club in furnishing the ring quotations of odds to the judges, arrived today with his bride. The combination book will this season be eon-ducted by Frank Maley of Butte, Mont., and I. L. Hildebrand of Spokane, Wash., both of whom have had much experience in this line of booking. W. J. Weber, who formerly conducted the combination book, will be block man in the field look. which privilege has been awarded to Col. W. K. Applegate. J. F. Newman and Sons speedy lilly. Mother Kateh-am. broke down in a work-out this morning. Jockey W. J. OBrien is at Juarez with the stables of AVilllam St. Vincent and Officer and Trowbridge, and will ride for these owners as well as accept other mounts during the coming meeting. He can do as. light as 105 pouud3. Recent work-outs over it slow Tiud -drying- out track at Juarez were, as follows: Art Hick Three-eighths in 43. Balronla Three-eighths in 43. Ben Stone Three-eighths in 44. Brcoktield Quarter mile in 27. Christmas Daisy Three-eighths in -38. Colonel Marchmont Three-eighths in 40. Cosgrove Half mile In 50Vand. Dusky Dave Three-eighths in 44. Forge Quarter mile in 27. Henry Walbank Quarter mile in 27. InjuryHalf mile in 53. Inquieta Half mile in 55. Irish Geatleman Quarter mile in 27. Jewel of Asia Five-eighths in 1:23. John Louis Three-quarters in 1:25. Kenneth Three-eighths in 38. .Marshal Tilghmau Three-quarters In 1:25. Meadow Five-eighths in 1:18. NUa Three-eighths in 38. Orb Quarter mile in 27. Right Little One Five-eighths in 1:00. Silver Grain Mile in 1:59. Sister Florence Half mile in 5G. Stanley S. Half mile in 55. Tahoe Seven-eighths in 1:50, cantering. The Fad Half mile in 53. Uncle Ben Five-eighths in 1:08. Uncle Jlmmie Gray Quarter mile in 20. Vireo Half mile in 55. Butter Ball, one of the horses recently stolen from the track by stragglers of Villas army, was on the course yesterday showing no ill effects from his escapade. None of the four horses taken from tiia track was in any way injured. Christinas Daisy, which worked one of the fastest three-eighths shown above, was one of them.

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