New Faces Looked for at Juarez, Daily Racing Form, 1914-11-08


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NEW. FACES LOOKED FOR AT JUAREZ. El Paso, Tex., November 7. The opening of the Juarez winter meeting of one . hundred or more days on Tnanksgiving Day will be featured as usual by the running of tne ,590 Juarez Handicap, six furlongs, whicii has always been a high class contest and brought together a. Held, or great sprinters. Round the World won this event one season, and last year Pan. Zareta was the- winner. The entries to tliis stake, which, recently closed, are made up of many of the greatest sprinters ut present racing, and the event Is likely to have the most remarkable lield in its history. The other races to be run on the opening day an all 00 purses. The opening dash is for all ages, at live and a half furlongs. The second race will be a selling purse of Ave furlongs for all ages, the third race a purse at live furlongs for two-year-olds, .while the Juarez Handicap is to be run as the fourth race and will be followed by a selling purse at one mile and a selling purse at seven furlongs, both for three-year-olds and upwards. On 1 Friday and Saturday, November 27 and 2$, iu addition to live purses carrying 00 in added money, there will be each day a 00 handicap. The handicap for the lirst Sundays racing of the meeting, November 29, is for a purse of 1914.sh00, while on Tuesdav, December 1, the value of the handicap is 16. and on Wednesday. December 2, 1914.sh00. This will make a total of ,000 in added money for the lirst six. days of the meeting. The second hook program will be issued by Secretary Ed Jasper soon after the meeting opens, and wifl show the same liberality in purses as during the opening week. No race ruu at tbH great track the coming winter will be of less value than 00. There will be many new faces among visiting turfmen and patrons of racing at the Juarez course the coming winter. The fact that northern Mexico is now in control of powers most friendly to the tnrf, will attract many recruits to the Mexican track. First class accommodations for the travel-, ing public are. now more plentiful in El Iaso than ever before. The hotels are the equal of those In any great city of America, and modern apartment houses are available for those who desire to maintain homes through the winter. There, is no track in the world that is easier of access from neighboring- cities than the Juarez course is from Kl Iaso. Tlie street car service is first class on race days. As to the boulevard for automobiles leading to the course, no one Could wish for a better one. The climate at Juarez is all that one could ask for in the winter time. Spring arrives early and there Is practically no uncomfortable weather. The high altitude and dry climate makes it one of the greatest tracks in the world for horses and absolutely not to be excelled as a wintering place for such animals. The Juarez track has presented a particularly busy scene the past few days with the steady arrival of thoroughbreds from all sections of the countrv. Recent arrivals Include the stables of Wade "McLemore, J. J. Quinlan, J. Randolph and J. 11. Walker, from Texas points, while from Vancouver came the stables of K. J. Ramsey, J. Tigue, O. Rice. J. Murphy and T. Reilly. Mr. McLemorc has nine iu bis string this winter, four of 1 hem being two and three-year-olds, while the other live are yearlings, one by Atkins and the other four by Leonid, the sire of Meadow. Truly, Hay and other winners. There are no old horses in the McLeuiore string tills season and for the lirst time since the Juarez plant was established the black and red cap will not be represented the stakes to be decided at the coining season, that is not in tlie fixtures for all aged horses. Truly the sister to Meadow, is among the missing, this good Ally having died during the past summer. Meadow is at the McLemore ranch and is in foal to Meelick. Those in the McLemore barn that will carry these famous colors over the Juarez course during the coming winter are. Kick, George, Paw and Wheat, besides the live yearlings mentioned. Torn Munford, who has trained tne McLemore. horses since thev have raced at Juarez, is again charge, and Groth, the regular stable jockey, also on hand. E. J. Ramsev. who has always raced a useful string at the Juarez track, is back again with stable of live, headed by Burnt Caudle. The string comprises besides Burnt Candle, Tahoe, Judge Gheens. Conipton and Mollie Cad. J. Tigue brought the sprinter Seneca and Adeiia. Also in this car were Cantem and Prince Conrad, the property J. Murpbv. Gemmell. belonging to O. Rice, aud Winifred I., the property of T. Reilly. From Texas points came the stables of J. Quinlan. John Randolph and J. II. Walker. The latter has the good winner Lofty Heywood. while Randolph has live head, including two yearlings and the aged horses Kuvoeo. Bob Lynch and Unc:e Jimmie Gray. Quinlan brought C. K. Davis, Butter Ball and Acumen. 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 " s 3 J s e ? " f 1 i- e d in " t i"5 r- :I v V 1. ill h Is is 1 a a ti c ir of 1 J. t! ?s -1

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