Mexico Still Carrying On: Racing Twice a Week at the Capital Grows Steadily in Popularity., Daily Racing Form, 1922-05-28


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MEXICO STILL CARRYING ON Racing Tvice a Weak at the Capital Grows Steadily in Popularity BY JOSEPH A MURPHY MURPHYCLEVELAND CLEVELAND Ohio May 27 The City or Mexico is coming fast to thoroughbred rac ing is the word brought here by R C Corbin formerly of the Canadian Bank of Commerce Mexico City branch Mr Corbin represent ¬ ing a coterie of influential Mexicans has secured a number of jockeys here and sent them to the Mexican capital capitalRacing Racing is carried on twice a week and good crowds are attracted The Sunday be ¬ fore Mr Corbin left President Obrcgon gave 2000 pesos for a Mexican Derby It was won by the Americanbred Bill Rendered with the American horse Fog Horn second The days racing cleared 3000 pesos ac ¬ cording to the statement statementOver Over 100 Americanbred horses are par ¬ ticipating in the racing and with such recog ¬ nition many rich Mexicans will be in the market for a good class of horses horsesThe The association seized the horses Green ¬ wich Village and Twirler and sold them to A L Ducsin proprietor of lui Excelsior one of the leading papers there The mare known as Thrifty Three which is probably Fanny Cook is now the property of General Tre vine chief of staff having been seized for debt This removes three of the tools of the HedrickRichings ringing outfit but from the stories that come trickling in here it does not halt its activities Rumor has it that the confederacy still has horses ready to race

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