Dick Welles Selections, Daily Racing Form, 1926-06-30


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At Fmrmoant Park HOLLY BOY— BELLE FAY-LITTLE GIPSY. Some ordinary ones are to contest in the opening dash at three-quarters and we think HOLLY DOT is pood enough to win this heat. He managed to win his only race. here the first time he made his appearance, but sine*- then has not done much. It is reported that he has again found his sj eed and, if such la the case, should be the winner. BELLE FAY is apt to give him plenty of trouble if she races back to her last out. In that race she beat home some cheap ones, but did it with utmost ease. LITTLE GIPSY will be the one to run to the show if she were to race back to her workouts. TRAPDALE— POST MISTRESS — ROTARIAN. The Sam Ixmis racer, TRAPPALE. is our selection to be victorious in the second race, another dash of three-quarters. His recent races, while not wins, have been pretty good, and if he were to show any improvement at all over his last start think he could turn the trick. He has POST MISTRESS to contend with, but dont expect her to show as well today, providing the track remains fast. In the mud. think she would be the winner. ROTARIAN has not shown much of late, but has been working well and may be the one to fill the three hole. SHASTA NEGRA— ROYAL RALLY— KIM KALESSI. The Moro Claiming Purse is the offering for the third. It is framed for two-year-olds to race over the five and a half furlongs distance. SHASTA NEGRA, which was beaten in her last start after seeming to have the race at her mercy, should surely be able to win this number. She has all the speed of this party and we will be very much surprised if she does not romp home the winner by many lengths. ROYAL RALLY put up a pretty good effort in the same race referred to above and he stacks up as the one most likely to chase SHASTA home. KUM KALESSI met with defeat in her last start after being the winner in her Tace before. A race back to that winning performance should see her among the money earners at the wind up today. BULLETIN— IRON MASK II.— CHILDS PLAY. The feature race on the card is the Calhoun Purse, under allowance conditions. It is over the sprinting distance of six fourlongs and brings together the two recent winners, BULLETIN and IRON MASK II. The former has won his last two races, while the latter has been victorious in his last three smarts. We think BULLETIN is possessed of more speed than IRON MASK II. andl expect him to triumph, though his margin of victory does not figure to be very large. The one-time good CHILDS PLAY could beat both of these ntentioned a few years back without much trouble, but times have changed. Third should be her lot today. LADY BOUNTIFUL— BELLFONT— BRYNDEAR. The fifth is framed for fillies and mares to race over the mile route, and here LADY BOUNTIFUL looks like the most probable winner. She turned in a dandy race in her last appearance when she led home John S. Mosby and Neatness. That same brand of racing today would very likely see her again the winner. BELLFONT has been well meant on more than one occasion, but to date has been unsuccessful. It may be that she will run her real race today and. if so. she may be the one to take down the place money. BRYNDEAR gets the call for the show on her last race, when she finished second to High Joy. JAUNEBAR— SHINING GOLD-ODD SETH. We have heard many a nice thing about JAUNEBAR of late and on the strength of that information are placing him on top in the sixth numlter. He is r«Mjrted to have finally reached his best fornind it is expected that he will be the winner against this company. SHINING GOLD has been threatening in her most recent races and she hopes to finish closest to JAUNEBAR. ODD SETH is not to be overlooked either. She was ! entered yesterday and if started here is bound to prove troublesome. She is good right now and can be counted on of giving her best efforts. MAR8DALE— SORLINK— ISLAND FAIRY. The good night tilt is the only distance race on the card, and here the best play of the day is to be found. This one is MARS-DALE. His recent races do not count for i much, but taking a line through his morning I trials he will l e a hard one to beat if he were to race back to those works. The distance is all to his liking and, if he races as he is capable, should lead the others home with plenty to spare. The Tijuana performer, SORLINE. may cause the Carson racer some trouble if he has retained his best form. He was most consistent at the border track, but how he will fare after his long lay-off remains to be seen. ISLAND FAIRY is an in and outer, but one of her good races would find her getting the show. One Best Bet — MARSDALE, in the Seventh Race.

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