A capacity crowd at the Juarez Racetrack, for what could have been a big race. The racetrack was built soon after the state of New York banned horse racing, and since there was no racing in Florida, California, or New Orleans, the Juarez Racetrack became the place for top races.
Ciudad Juarez, Mexico Racetrack
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