Mimorioso Again in Form: Seymour Veillers Speedy Gelding Wins Handicap at Juarez, Daily Racing Form, 1914-03-03


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MFM0RI0S0 AGAIN IN FORM SEYMOUR VEILLERS SPEEDY GELDING WINS HANDICAP AT JUAREZ. Iron Mask, Which Had Been Assigned 145 Pounds for the Race, Meets with Slight Injury and Is Withdrawn Jockey Club Officers Re-elected. 1.1 Paso. Tex.. March . Inwieldy fields of solicit platers of the cheaper sort played a large pari n i hi racing of this afternoon at Juarez. The oiirili anil sixth raees ver; Hit? exceptions. The uiim r was a handicap at live ami a half furlongs ;i which .lefferson Livingstons groat sprinlci. I Ii Mask, would liave hail to carry the enormous rili ii of 1-15 pounds hail his trainer. Mi.se Cold- i,:Hi. not withilra ivii the gelding. With Iron Mask i of the way. Seymour Yoillers Minioriosvi was usi.tld favorite anil went to the post at oilds- From a slow beginning, lie was rushed u! to jo Naders in tin middle running and from then .ii ii- drew away to win by as far as his rider . ;ik.i1. while Scarlet Oaks outstayed the ligntly---iglitcd Orange Blossom for second money. I in -ixth race, a mile dash with selling condi-i.is was engaged in by live selling platers Willi in- pretension to quality and produced a spirited i-iiiTiM. Ocean Jiiecn and .loim Iiurie. Iioili of .v.iicii liad Iki-ii well hacked to heat the favorite. II -h Street, alternated in living the runner-up. v. !:.! High Street, under a hustling ride hy jockey l.i Im. iiiiide all Hie pace and won hy a length. i iitieiupt lo make a "killing" with Arlmtus in li i: -ning race was an utter failure. The horse . is not even placed at the linish. Hester, from the st tide of .1. 0. Ferris, scored an easy victory over lolantc, one of the outsiders in the betting. Tl: second race found .Monniouth, a neglected out-itiii", first at the linish. a neck in advance of Kali-Iiila. Monmouth was running in the colors of Eu-g ne Wayland. a western owner who raees a one-horse stable, lie was ridden by the apprentice, A. Mtt, and made a sensational end spurt after having raced far back in the early stages. Sugar Lump was third, only a head behind Kali-Inla. i-.thclrta. whose races have Imhmi highly disap-;t,iii;"w here all season, dually wen a purse when Mh heat Chilla and the others engaged in the hird race. Chilla was the opening favorite, lint .ii.Kn was lacking and Anna Keed went lo the ic st as the public choice. She finished third. "I lie lifth race likewise went to one whose chances v i re not particularly fancied when Rosemary was t r lrni tl the winner over Uuhicou 11. and King It;vford the favorite. Rosemary led from start i linish. hut was driving at the end. At the annual election of the Jockey Club Juarez it 1 vesterday the following ollicials were elected it the ensuing two years: President. Si. 0. Fol- nsliec: vice-president. James Butler: treasurer, YV . II. Fenehlor: secretary and manager, M. J. Winn: assistant maiiagr. IL F. Breivjgel. Board .f directors: J. G. Folatisliee. James Butler, W. Ii. I-1 itchier. Trice McKinney. M. .1. Winn. Manager Winn is planning to erect more stables to accommodate the horses that will race here next season. It is his intention to expend about 5,000 io .S-IO.OiHi in improvements during the coming summer. .lames McCarthy, of Oakland. Cal.. purchased stevesta today at private terms. Iron Mask, while galloping this morning, bruised one of his heels and was excused from starting in todays handicap. The injury is not serious. Jockey C. White was suspended for ten days by starter Cassidy for disobedience at the barrier in the lirst race. Recent work-outs of horses in training at Juarez were as follows: Adolante Half mile in 50. Arbutus -Three-eighths in 30 jo. Austri Tint e-eighths in 43: Barsae Five-eighths in 1:12. I!en Greenleaf Three-eighths in -12. JSlng -Half mile in 54 .-.. Binocular Three-eighths in -10. taptaiu Hums Quarter mile in 27. K. Davis- Half mile in 50. Cool -Three-eighths in -12. Cordova Three-quarters in 1 :25. Daisv Stevens Three-eighths in 44. Daylight Five-eighths in 1:14. ICd. Luce Five-eighths in 1:07. Kililie Molt -Three-quarters in 1:25. G -rtrude Dix Five-eighths in 1:10. Good Intent Half mile in 55. Hazel C Half mile in 57. High Street Half mile in 50. Ilyki Three-ipiarters in 1:23. r Little Bit Three-quarters in 39 i Marshal Tilghman Three-eighths in 44. L Maznik Three-eighths in 3S,.r,. I Mazurka Five-eighths in 1:01. Moment Scven-eigliths in 1:45. Old Gotch Three-quarters in 1:2:?. Day Streak Five-eighths in 1:15. Pop Gun Three-quarters in 1:25. Russell McGill Three-eight lis in 42. Shawnee- Three-quarters in 1:24. Sidney Peters Half mile in 57. Star Berta Three-eighths in 42. Tod Cook Three-eighths in 39.

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