Wins Her Second Stake: James Butlers Climber Score in Juvenile Event at Juarez, Daily Racing Form, 1914-03-16


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WINS IIER SECOND STAKE JAMES BUTLERS CLIMBER SCORES IN JUVE-NILE EVENT AT JUAREZ. Beats Her Stable Companion, Supremacy, and Other Good Opposition in Feature Raco of Excellent Card at Mexican Course. F.I Paso, Tex.. March 15. For Ihe last Sunday hut one of the present Juarez meeting, Racing Secretary Kdward Jasper provided a program of surpassing excellence. The Supremo Stakes, a half mile dash for two-year-olds, was the most important race of the day. It was likewise the last of the stake events scheduled for decision during the meeting. Climber and Supremacy, coupled as the James Kntler entry, ruled at odds-on and the finish found them first and second in the order named. Marie OBrien, from the Jefferson Livingston stable, had set the pace and easily held all but the Kutler pair safe. It was Climbers second stake victory, she having previously won the Senoritas Stakes. Vicing with the stake race in public interest was the mile handicap that was carded as the littn race. The field that contested it niimlKred seven, with .1. W. Fullers Klack-Kyed Susan filling the role of top weight. She was unable to make the weight concessions asked of her and failed to place. The winner turned up in I. K. Stewarts good mare Cousin Puss, which, in Iter last previous start had shown indications of a return lo her good form. Slit; was the opening choice today, but llimorioso was so well backed that he went to the post equal favorite with her. Site beat him half a length In a fast run race, the timer hanging out l:S7yo. The three-quarters dash for three-year-olds that was ruu as the third race also interested the public, immensely. In this race Captain Rums was conceding weight to the other live engaged and proved himself abundantly able to do it, for he won off by himself. A plunge on Sir Harry had the effect of displacing Captain Burns as the favorite of the race. Sir Harry showed the most early speed, but weakened at the end and lost second place to So-slus. The remaining races were likewise well contested. In the opening dash, Acumen scored as the favorite, with jockey Taplin as his pilot. Man-dadero. the early pacemaker, succumbed right at the end to Chilias rush for second place. Rosemary led by a wide margin in the early stages of the second race, but one of the choices, Panhachapi, got up to beat her by a head in an exciting finish. A "good thing" materialized when Nannie McDee Iteat Klue-Keard by half a length for first money in the closing dash. The most beautiful weather that could be desired, prevailed today and one of the largest crowds of the meeting was in attendance. The layers report a. big volume of speculation. Starter Cassidy suspended jockey J. Howard for the remainder of the meeting for disobedience at the barrier in the stake race. Little Jane changed hands today, W. C. Clancy selling her at private sale to II. Tullett.

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