Favorites Win at Juarez: Four of Days Purses at Mexican Course Taken By First Choices, Daily Racing Form, 1914-01-15


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FAVORITES WIN AT JUAREZ FOUR OF DAYS PURSES AT MEXICAN COURSE TAKEN BY FIRST CHOICES. Truly Scores an Easy Victory in Parral Handicap Stewards Hand Out More Suspensions iu Crusade Against Rough Riding. El Paso, Tex., January 14. Four favorites and a long shot were among the winners at Juarez this afternoon. Truly, sister to Meadow, accounted for the Parral Handicap at one mile. She ruled first choice in the betting and. leading from start to finish, won without being fully extended at any time. General Marciimont ran an impressive race m winning the fifth. The start was a flying one and. being slow to break, he was many lengths In the rear before the field had gone a quarter. lie moved up gradually and, standing a drive gamely, wore the leaders down finally. There was con sidcrable crowding and jostling in the final sixteenth of the race. Dominica and Cosgrove suffered to such an extent that their chances of wiuuiug were destroyed. The stewards are making strong endeavors to stamp out rough riding. Jockey Estep was suspended for five days for resorting to such tactics on John Keardon, and jockey Illll got five days for the same offense in the third on Stoncman. Ike Striker claimed Colonel McRougall out of the second race for 1914.sh25. Loween, which was taken out of her last race by the bidding-up process bv Roy Martin, won the closing dash anil was bid up from to ,000 by G. M. .Miller. Martin protected his new purchase. Jockey Feeney was taken sick from excessive reducing and his mounts for the day were canceled. Recent work-outs of horses in training at Juarez were as follows: Weather clear: track fast. Acumen- Three-eighths in 38. Art Rick Five-eighths in 1:03. Auto Run Half mile in 51. Rarsac Three-quarters iu 1:18. 15 lack-Eyed Susan Mile iu 1:19. Ruck Thomas Five-eighths in 1:03. cos Three-eighths in 37. Colonel Marciimont Half mile iu 52. Tool--Three-quarters in 1:22. Crusty Three-quarters in 1:19. Ualgren Five-eighths in 1:01. D.inliuiy Five-eighths iu 1:07. Emerald Isle Seven-eighths in 1:10. First Star Three-quarters in 1:19. Fore Half mile in 31. G. W. Morgan .Mile in 1:47. General Warren Half mile in 50.. High Range Three-quarters in 1:20. Horicon Three-quarters in 1:25. J. R. Maylow Half mile in 51. King Elk Five-eighths in 1:0S. Little Harry Quarter mile in 25. Lone Star Three-eighths in 39. Meshach Three-quarters in 1:19. Miss Sly Three-eighths in 39. Rake Half mile in 54. Ramsy Three-eighths in 37. Robert Three-quarters in 1:21. Salesia Seven-eighths in 1:35. Sav Five-eighths in 1:04. Sea Cliff Three-eighths in 37. Sir Alvescot Seven-eighths in 1:39. Thisfe Relic Half mile in 53. Trulv Half mile in 30. Uncle Ren Thive-quarters in 1:19. Wishing Ring Five-eighths in 1:0.

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