Trackmens Observations: Horses Listed Here Impressed Daily Racing Form Representatives as Being Ready to Win:, Daily Racing Form, 1945-06-18

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Trackmens jE/£ OhprvntinrK Form rePresentatives S U3C I V U I I U 1 1 3 aS being ready to win: ByW.A. Willig I.F.J— t PARAGRAM— Will do when he gets a longer distance. A little stronger handling also might help. LIBERTY PAN— Look for improvement from this one. May get home when least expected. STROMBLS— Has been knocking at the door and is about ready to greet the judges. DETROIT BULL— Hasnt much class, but connec lions likely to find spot where he can win. BURGOO MAID — Is showing to advantage in her morning trials. Hard to beat when right. MR. RABBIT — First race in a long time was a fair one. Can reasonably be expected to show improvement. BIG BURLY — Look for this juvenile to come back with another victory. Initial success was an impressive one. BOOK PLATE— This old veteran still has some run left in his legs. Likely to take a purse before the close here. MISS 03SERVER— Stopped in recent engagement, but may stick it out next time. WHOSE — Probably needed race of short time ago to fit for winning effort. May be good one to follow. MODWENA — Might get away with another one before this meeting ends. Mud would help her chances. UNCLE BUD — Ran a good race the other day. May follow this up with a trip to the winners circle. PAMPHLET — May be able to do better than recrnt race would indicate. Must be considered with cheap opposition. By C. H. Johnson Det. BILLY BUMPS — Maiden two-year-old who is going along nicely in training. BOB MURPHY — Locally owned two-year-old from Dave Fergusons stable who is highly regarded. Turned in an impressive second to In Earnest at Churchill Downs recently. BRIGHT TRACE— Can negotiate a mud or dry strip. Tab for quick score. CALS PET — Has a preference for the local . track. Is well suited to a mile and one-sixteenth type race of allowance condi- I tions. CHERRIKO— In top form. Won two races ; at Churchill Downs. Is a sprinter of the j ,500 "plater" classification. CIRCUS KING— Looks like this fellow ! might be a useful sort. Has been working well and might not be long scoring. DIAMOND DICK— Just beaten in first out- ! 1 ing at Louisville. That effort should benefit him. Is strictly a sprinter. DIMPLE — A cheap sort, but hard-hitting old mare. With efforts to her credit at Randall Park, she might earn brackets any day. DISPLAY FLIGHT— Should do well against ,000 claiming classification sprinters shipped in from Narragansett Park. GOOD DAUGHTER— This filly has been working well and might score real soon. JR. O SULLIVAN— A recent winner at Narragansett. Is fit and should be hard to beat over a sprint distance. JIMMIE — A shifty sort. Is capable of holding his own with the best on the grounds. JIM PAT — Cheap sort but should pick up a purse real soon. Was "short in few essays at Randall Park, but should be alright now. LATE THREAD— When well placed this mare should earn brackets. Comes well recommended from Randall Park. MARKSMAN — Against own his kind is hard to beat. Has been freshened. MEL CROSBY— This juvenile has excellent stretch-running ability and might be one of topnotchers here. NINE R. TRAIN— Works indicate this one is ready. ROMULUS — Can either sprint or go a distance. Likes this track and should be hard to handle. SILVER ACE— Shipped in fit and ready from Chicago. Is a cheap sort, but should win before long. VALDINA SENORA— One of the better-type performers. Has a lot of speed and could very well surprise in any company. YANK BOMBER— Ready for a winning effort at a mile and one-sixteenth and for ,500 claiming type performers. By C. J. Connors Bel.— MENEX— Little short in recent dash but has speed and will be well placed. LUCKY B.— Consistent sort who found route slightly long in last. May stick it out next time. HIBERNIAN— "Mr. Fitz" has this one well educated. Could cause surprises against good ones. VICAR JOHN— A well regarded juvenile who will not remain in the non-winners ranks for many days. ASSAULT — This one Is on the improve and a graduation effort is about due. RURALES— On the cheap side but has speed and may find a spot to stick it out. TICK TACK— Is well regarded and can better recent races. MARANSART— Recent race all that was needed to put this one on edge. LE HAVRE — Seasoned by an overnight effort and capable of holding his own in fair company. TEX MARTIN — A better-than-average sprinter that is on edge and ready for a good effort. WALLER — Advancing in years but still has a good effort in his system for a distance race. OFFENBACH— A drop in classification will help this one. Last year raced well. PAR PLUS — A two-year-old who can improve with racing. May flash better speed when rigged with blinkers. NUALA — Has early speed and may find the right spot this week. Tab this one. BANKRUPT— Well seasoned by now and will find a distance affair to his liking. GABE PAUL — Overcome interference in last start and came on to win. Should improve over that effort. DARBY DARIUS — Last race good and another score would not be a surprise. . I ; j ! ! 1 By E. P. Heagerty Del.— AIR POWER— May be a bit better than races here would suggest. Has been well prepped for a victory over a distance. CROSSED ACTION— Owner Helis turned loose a real good juvenile in this one. Ran the fastest five furlongs of the meeting in his debut. TERRY MAY— This mare has always been one of the most consistent sprinters in trainer Claude Feltners care. SPEEDY JOSIE— The last race turned in by this mare appeared a little under her true ability. Next may be the one. BELPAST— Some fair fillies stabled here. but this one may surprise and beat a field of the best. REZTIPS— Races here have been fairly good, but even better things are in store. Believe he runs best when permitted to out-break his field. OUR DAMSEL— A bad gate mare, but a real runner when off in the first flight. Last indicates she is ready. COURT BLENHEIM— Has always raced well for the barn he is now in. Can earn his way against ,500 routers. HANDWAVE— Often close but still a maiden. Should graduate in the not too distant future. SPARE MAN— Forget that last race. One of the better sprinters stabled here. Fast track preferred. RIAR RED — Made too much use of in the early stages of last race. Capable of beating class "D" 3-year-olds. GORGET— Should have been returned the winner when finishing second to Good-rob. BLACK OBJECT— This mare should never have been beaten last out. Was bothered all through the opening quarter mile. POMPA NEGRI— Turned in a clever effort while finishing second to Lost and Found. Need only run back to that race. E. P. Heagerty. ByD.S.FairSuf.— MIXER— Did not like the sloppy track when defeated in Governors Handicap and prefers fast strip for best effort. Reported ready. DISPOSE— This one-time top performer worked handy mile in 1:45 and should visit winners circle here at an early date. SINGLE— Trifle short in first local start and should make amends for that reverse when matched with field of ,000 routers. | ARTENA — Maiden two-year-old filly raced greenly in first outing but was doing well at the finish, indicating an early graduation. j MEADOW DEW— Victim of bad racing luck when whipped by Wheat and she may earn a purse here when matched with ordinary platers at six furlongs. | QUEEN ECHO— Renard mare had rough trip last out and she is capable of downing same field with equal break in racing luck. DIBBER— Recent works indicate that this maiden should soon earn brackets. Stepped half mile in :5035 handily on muddy track Tuesday. NOWADAYS— Tucci three-year-old sprinting star is one of the best in his age division and on edge for another winning effort. BULL PLAY — Retains top form and worked three furlongs over soft track in :365 handily. | DOUBLE FEATURE— Did not like the sloppy going on opening day and will go better against same class rivals on fast course. DRUDGE — Hard-hitting router gave splendid account of himself at recent Gansett meeting and he is eligible to good spot. RISE ABOVE IT— Pitched a bit high in last start and should be right there when dropped down a notch. Prefers mile or over. ISS MONARCH— Stutts mare is in excellent condition and she will be hard to whip when sent mile and a sixteenth. j DINNER PARTY— Always gets his share of purses in New England and morning trials suggest an early victory. ERIC KNIGHT— Honest sort and only local essay was sharp, pointing to winning trip over top class platers in six furlongs sprint. By J. R. Batty Ran. BLACK BRAT — Apparently was short in his lone trip postward this season. Accounted for several purses as a juvenile at this track last year. EDUCATED — Morning trials are good on this campaigner. Is suited to any kind of going and usually competes in sprints with allowance company. VICTORY WISE — Here is one that is tabbed well. H. O. Shoemaker shipped from Churchill Downs and reports on this are good. CURRENCY — Claiming sprint events are usually this ones lot. May have needed last race. GOOD MESSAGE— A fast track is needed here. This juvenile is destined to graduate soon. Has been close up in three attempts. JAY BEE DEE — A distance of ground is preferred for this veteran plater. Mud moves him up considerably. BUCK LANGHORNE — Another that wants to go a mile or over. Is slowly rounding to peak condition. TIP YOUR HAT — A cheap sort that handles mud well. Training moves are creditable and 1945 debut could produce brackets facing claiming sprinters. KEY LARGO — A better - than - average sprinter that appeared short in his re-cent test here. Improvement can be an- j ticipated. MARCELLE B. — The manner in which this juvenile filly raced to be second twice at the meeting stamps her worthy of a chance. TORNADO RED— Lee Nye is training this five-year-old with designs on capturing a purse the first time he sends him post-ward. Has never started but plans are to have him under silks at this meeting. SUNDOWN ROSE — After coming away from the stall gate tardy, this juvenile filly closed a wide gap and was making a strong bid at the end. HAPPY GUESS— First asking should see this claiming sprinter enter the coveted circle. Watch-holders report training moves are sparkling. By J. J. Hahn F.P.— J. J. HAHN. Track man. DAYTON — Well played last out; might be better than race indicates. BUBBLING EASY — This two-year-old from the Wilhelm barn is a speed demon. EPOLA — Beaten favorite twice; just needs a good ride. Likes a sprint. MABELEW— Should take brackets before the meeting closes. HAPPY — This filly was "flying" in recent effort. An even break and she will be home free. RYE GRASS— Ready for a winning performance. As fit as hands can make him. LAIRDS MISSY— A maiden ready to leave the ranks of non-winners. Appeared a bit short in first race. PASTENACA — Fresh from campaigning in Mexico City. Is better than rated and should handle the best racing here with a few more starts. BLONDIE JAYNE— Had bad luck at the start in most recent outing. Mud moves this one up. JOURNEY ON— Ready to earn brackets. A smashing race in last. CLANSMAID— Loves the local track. May score next out. DREAM BOY — Just missed in last engagement. Eligible for non-winners in 1945. DISTRACT— A veteran holder of a track record here who seldom fails to cop several races during a meeting. Can take care of ,000 platers in sprints or over the mile and 70 yards distance. OLD ROSEBUSH— Probably needs a few races. This former handicap veteran may win several races before the close of the meeting. A soft track should be to his benefit. PREDICTABLE— Another one who likes the local oval. Has a habit of winning several in a row when good and is fit and ready to enter the winner "s circle.

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