Iron Mask Thoroughly Fit: Son of Disguise and Royal Rose Ready for His Attempt Against Time, Daily Racing Form, 1914-01-31


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IRON MASETHOKOUGHLY FIT! SON OF DISGUISE AND ROYAL HOSE READY FOR HIS ATTEMPT AGAINST TIME. Jcircrson Livingston Arrives at Juarez and Sees His Crack Sprinter Work in Preparation for Tomorrows Effort to Excel Salvators Mile. El Paso. Tex.. .!:mu;irv ::0. Favorites won four of I lie six races at Juarez this aftcriion and the taliiil had an inning, while the ring suffered a corresponding loss. Supremacy, from tin- stable or .lames Kutlor. was a prohibitive favorite at odds of 1 to .-. She easily disposed of her opposition. I ai Ill! hustled her to the flout at the start, then let U en Her Hearing the linish. hut had t; hustle her aiong at the end. as Foimuaurctta was fast. limine Chance, favorite for the Trinidad Handicap, i iitrau his opponents all the way. hut had to he ridden out at the finish where .John Keardou challenged. Iron Masks trial against time is the sole topic of conversation in these parts and. weather permitting, the biggest crowd ,m record is expected at the track. l ftci son Livingston of Cincini.ati arrival yesterday and this morning was afforded an opportunity o. seeing his great horse Iron Mask iu action on the Jiarcz track, wh.ii trainer .Mose Coldhlatt sent the son id Disguise and. Koyal Rose a mile iu preparation for his attempt of next Sunday to lower Sal-vat trs record for one- mile. The sreat gelding had I.oftus in the saddle anil breezed the mile in 1:44 without being extended. Me pulled up in splendid condition aim owner Livingston was well pleased with the trial. There seems to lie some douht as io whether .Mr. Livingston has succeeded in securing from .1. W. Schor the contract on jockey A. Neylon. the hoy who is doing the lightweight riding I:rc for the Livingston stable. .Mr. Livingston stated today that the iuestion would be settled by Sunday, when he would be able to make some positive illinium cement. Ray Kgan. who owns one of the important string? Ilia tereii at the course, arrived today to remain for Hie rest of tile meeting. .Mr. Kgan is one of tin-hrjicsr stockholders in Ihe liutte track and expects ihal ill- biggest meeting in the history of that lrak will lake place the coming summer. .1. 1!. Jeodman claimed Cordon Russell from J. W. Puller for S025. "ohpiitt is once more a member of .1. W. 1nllers J sleb!.-. After lie won the iifth race today in 11. i-f :i! rs of .1. It. Goodman. .Mr. Fuller bid liiia up from 00 to ,40! and bought him at tile latter lignre. Colquitt was bred by .Mr. Fuller and was ciaime.I from him in a selling race not long ago. Trainer Henry McDaniel. acting for Robert navies, wealthy Toronto turfman, has puchased the contract on the services of jockey A. Claver. an apprentice who is riding here in brilliant form, tlaver will join the stride of his new employer at the close of in- Juarez meeting. Trainer C. V. Carroll, acting for A. ;. Sprcckles, California turf man. has disposed of the few horses he had iu training here. An:ir was sold to C. Jordan, while Amity has been purchased by .M. Mc-Namaree. Mr. Carioll will leave here in the course I a fi-w days for the Sprcckles ranch to lake up hi Califoruiaiis band of two-year-olds. Recent work-outs of horses, in training at Juarez w -re as follows: Angelas Half mile in 53. Arbutus 1 hrce-piarters iu 1:20. Ask Ma Hair mile in 51 -i. Rarhara Lane Three-eighths iu II. I.arsae Three-eighths iu ::7 -.. Riiiocular Half mile in 55. Kurliiigton Ross -Half mile iu 51. l.niiit Candle Five-eighths in 1:01;:;,-,. Kddie Molt Three-quarters in 1:17. Eye While -Three-eighths in 38. Frazzle -Five-eighths iu 1 :0U Harlem Maid Half mile in 55. Hobnob Iltilf mile iu 51 1 lodge -Five-eighths iu l:02!r.. Ida Cook -I la I r mile in ."::. Ida Lavinia Three-eighths in "N. J. 1.. Robinson Five-eighths in 1 :0. J. Nolan Three-eighths in 3!l. Lee Harrison II. Three-eighths in Lulu S.-Ilair mile in 5:!. Niln -Three-eighths in 3K. Ooma -Three-quarters iu IMO-i-.. Othello Thr eighlhs in 3S. Fan Zarela Half mile in Ills. Panel I est Half mile in 51 i. Patrick F. Three-eighths iu .".:. Sir Fretful Half mile in 52. Star IJciiH Three-quarters in 1:22. Sidney Peters Five-eighths in 1:05. Sloneiiiait Three-eighths in 3N Siiperliiiuian Quarter mile in 23 J;. Tokay Three-eighths iu ISSVf.. Tower -Tliree-eiglitlis in 30 u. Vale- -Thrcc-cighths iu 30,,;. Weailier clear: track fasi. Art Rick -Three-eighths iu 37 ulo Run Half mile in 5:;. Kirka Five-eighths in 1 :;. " Illue-Heard Three-quarters iu 1:25. Chief Desmond Half mile in 55. Delicious- Five-eighths iu 1:04 . Itoinbey Half mile in 5". Foil Johnson Hair mile in 51 f.. Frank Shaw Five-eighths in 1:04. Frank Wooden Three-quarters in 1 :22. Johl Dust Five-eighths in 1:VH. J. Nolan- Five-eighths iu 1 :0.!. Jim Catferata Half mile iu 54. John D. Wakelield Three-eighths iu US!.,. Kooteiiay Quarter mile iu 2li. La Kstrolla Half mile in 55. Lailv Pender Three-eighths iu 3S. McAlau Three-eighths in 30. Monmouth Three-quarters in 1:12. Palatable Half mile in ."2. Quick Trip Five-eighths iu 1:04 Rake Three-quarters iu 1:t!l. Regina Arvi Three-eighths in .... Shcllield Three-quarters in 1:20. Short v Northern Mile in 1:45.

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