Cousin Puss Beats Mimorioso, Daily Racing Form, 1913-12-06


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COUSIN PUSS BEATS MIMORIOSO. El Paso, Tex.. December 5. A high wind swept the Juarez track, tuis morning, but by post time it had died out and the sun shone brightly. .A large crowd came out. Cousin Puss was returned winner of the mile handicap that featured the card. MImorioso was installed favorite, -while the -winner was held at 4 to 1 in the betting. MImorioso dashed to the front after they had reached the half-mile ground. Irish Gentleman moved up to him in the stretch and disposed of him, then Cousin Puss came along to -win going away; The horse Jonathan, which contracted pneumonia en route here, died today. W. II. Dupee, millionaire turfman of San Diego, Cal., who recently purchased a band of yearlings from Comstock and Lawrence, has applied for stall room. Samuel Beckman has shipped eleven horses here from his ranch at Arlington, Tex. The horses of James Johnston and Gene Whalen are expected to arrive from Jamestown tomorrow. Wise Mason was bid up from 00 to 03 by C. Sanford and was retained by A. W. Levene. Trainer C. W. Carroll will probably not bring A. B. Spreckels horses here from California until after the holidays. This big band of youngsters is now in training at Napa Stock Farm and Carroll thinks the work they are getting is sufficient to lit them, with a few finishing touches, for early racing next year. They were all broken last September. It is predicted that Jefferson Livingstons Iron Mask will make some new American records over the Juarez track this winter if it continues in its present fast condition. Mamiic V.. a yearling in the stable of I. E. Clark, worked three-eighths in 35 at Juarez recently, going tlie first eighth in 11 and the quarter in 22. Three of Frank Weirs yearlings worked a quarter in 23. One is a King Hanover colt and the- others were fillies, one being a half sister to Busy and the other a half sister to the Latonia Derby winner, Joe Morris. Adolante has been fired for ankle trouble and will be out of racing for a while. Recent work-outs of horses in training here were as follows: Aunt .Mamie Five-eighths in 1:05. BalclilT Mile in 1:15. Baltimore 4ive-eighths in 1:0G. Bang Five-eighths in 1:0S. Barbara Lane Five-eighths in 1:03. Bird Man Five-eighths in 1:00. Ceos Five-eighths in 1:04. Colonel McDougall Three-quarters in 1:23. Compton Three-eighths in 30. Cousin Puss Seven-eighths in 1:33 if.. Dromi Three-eighths in 3S. Eva Padwick Three-eighths In 37. Freewill Three-eighths in 37. Harwood Half mile in 51. Iron Mask Quarter mile in 24, three-eighths in 37, half mile in 50. Jewel of Asia Mile in 1:52. Jlmmie Gill Three-quarters in 1:17. John Hurie Three-eighths in 38. Judge Walton Three-quarters in 1:19. King Stalwart Three-quarters in 1:23. Luther Half mile in 50. .Marie Coghill Half mile in 53. Old Gotch Half mile in 50. Pan Zareta Half mile in 50. Russell McGill Half mile in 50. Shortv Northeut Three-quarters in 1:19. Sigurd Mile in 1:40. Silver Grain Half mile in 50. Swede Sam Half mile in 50. Tom Franks Five-eighths in 1:05. Uncle Ben Seven-eighths in 1:34. Vested Rights Half mile in 50. Woof Three-quarters in 1:24.

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