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I f Y ft ULrVIIICH f* f ITl 0 M D Q Horses listed here im-I pressed Dajiy Racing VJDSGrVQ I SCnS as being ready to win: By W. A. Willig A.P.— t PARAGRAM— Has been working splendidly at Hawthorne and may be among the firt to win a distance race here. IN EARNEST— May be the best two-year-old here. Calumet Farm has great hopes for this one. DURAZNA — May never recover her splendid juvenile form, but should benefit from race she had in Louisville. SENTIMENT SAKE — Good staying four-yea r-cld filly who should earn her way here. GOOD BID— Can beat fair brand of horses especially if he happens to get a muddy track. SIGMA KAPPA — Narrowly beaten in a stake at Churchill Downs. Stable, should find spot for her. Likes mud. JEZROS— This 0,000 beauty has had an educating race and should not be long scoring his first victory. NOSTALGIA— A very cheap plater, but ca-pab? of winning races if placed with own kind. BIG BURLEY — An improving two-year-old who should go well here. The more distance the better. ART ROI— A three-year-old who recently ►- graduated from the maiden ranks. May be no topnotcher, but can handle better horses than he beat at Louisville. ALAPORT— A juvenile filly who may have some class. Will bear watching here. ROCKWOOD SONNY — Can run all day and no ordinary performance is going to beat him if properly placed. WALLFLOWER — Is likely to give the three-year-old fillies plenty to worry about here this summer. STUDY PERIOD — A consistent performer! who is holding the excellent form he showed at Churchill Downs. FLYSOLATE— Turned in several good efforts this spring. Fits in with second-flight two-year-olds. BERGOLATER— A handy sort of three-year-old who should beat a field of horses his own age, the topnotchers ex- ciuded. FRANKS CHOICE — Should benefit from race he had at Churchill Downs. May be early graduate. SIGNATOR— Will return to competition in tip-top form. Has been carefully prepped after long rest. By C. J. Connors Aqu. — DARBY DUNSTAN — This one dwelt at the ; start in last effort and was forced to race wide entering the stretch. That race ! was a good one. PACOLET — Broke flatfooted, moved up fast on the inside and then hung in last. Should improve over that initial showing. : MACKABY — Has some speed and may find I the proper spot at this meeting In a 1 ■print effort. 1 I MARLED — Swerved at the start in last " i race and then closed well on the inside. •I Should graduate before long. SPARTAN NOBLE— This one turned in a 1 , good effort in last race and any improvement " should insure a victory. MANIPUR — Showed early speed in last 1 start, and this fellow can improve with 1 racing. SINGING LIGHT — Has some early speed 1 and is bound to flash to better advan-J* tage in future efforts. FAISEUR— This fellow will find a field to 3 his liking in the near future. EQUINOX— A route performer who is at ■ his best on a fast track. Should win another before long. , BEDEVILED — Showed speed in initial jj start and then tired. This one should ■ improve. SHADOWS FALL — Has some early speed i and will find the proper spot in the near r future. JACK S. L. — Has a touch of class and * speed. Vast improvement can be expected a from this one. HAILE — A good performer over a route that is on edge and should earn brackets in next start. DIAH — Freshened up and ready for a _ strenuous campaign. Has shown ability in own classification over a route. CATACLYSM — Recent trials have been good and improvement can be anticipated over showing in debut. Raced below expectations on that date. SAMHAR — On the inside in deep footing last time out and then tired at the end. Should win before long. DEGAGE — Displayed high speed in debut and is a highly regarded fellow that may go places. By F. P. Heagerty Del.— PETES BEST— This juvenile is a holdover from last week, but seems good enough j for a return engagement. OUR VICTORY— Well prepped for an | early sprint victory. Has speed to bum ! ! and a fair amount of stamina. THESEUS— Believe this veteran may have been a trifle short last out. May be at ! peak form next out. PREFECT— Showed a fair effort while racing on own courage the other day. Needs only a hustling ride. t ►MILKFLOAT — Was turned loose against a hard-hitting three-year-old when he was second to Magnetic Star. Sharp horse at .present. FLINTEE— First start of year was very impressive. A duplicate of that race would result in a victory. OLDOMWOOD— This fellow is not too steady, but recent races suggest that a victory is not too far off. Any distance suits. LYCOS — This Sickle colt ran a smashing race in his debut, stepping five furlongs in :59 over a good track. PENDRAGON — Cedar Farm maiden who is capable of graduating from the non-winner ranks this week. MlLCAVE — Consistent mare who is in top form right now. Will be well placed by trainer Charlie Feltner. CARMUS — Recent races suggest this one should remain in sprint races. Has a touch of class. PIED PIPER — Brookmeade juvenile who apparently did not like the off track the other day. Possesses high speed. RUSSARDO — This is a better three-year-old than many suspect. SUNDIAL — Turned in an excellent race behind Mae Case, despite a 126-pound impost. Any distance suits. RED CIN — That spot with Sun Herod was a real tough one. Will be well placed next out. REDGIE— A well prepped juvenile who should show improvement next time out. GEORGE CASE — Only race over this track must be thrown out. He was bothered right after the break. NOONDAY SUN — Disregard recent races turned in by this clever sprinter. Needs only alert handling to earn brackets. ; ! : I 1 1 I " i •I a 1 , " 1 1 1 3 ■ jj ■ i r * a By C. H. Johnson Det. ACKWELL — Should score when placed against own kind and at six furlongs. AGRARIAN-U — May earn brackets before long. But for being eliminated at the finish by falling in last outing might have held on: AMBRANDED — This eight-year-old may soon earn a purse over the turf and atj mile distance. Showed to advantage in last try. DOUBLE BACK— Has a lot of speed. A drop in company should benefit this mare. FURENUF — Benefited from last outing. Closed fast along the rail. Should soon score against ,600-,400 claiming classification and at six furlongs. GOLDEN MAN — Away badly in last start. Can beat the same kind. HORTDAL — Tab for surprise score. Is better performer than generally con- ceded. If placed right should win any day. JOHN Q. PUBLIC — Beaten favorite who should soon make amends. JAY STEVENS— Do not underestimate this seven-year-old. Due to take down a sprint number before long. MAECHANCE— Knocked off stride and eliminated early in recent outing. Throw out that try. Can beat the same band. POLITICS — This tree-year-old is due to graduate from the maiden ranks soon. SAN YET— Needed that last race. Tab for quick score off that essay. SIN LEE — Might have been a bit short last out. Should score soon. SEA TACK — Due to soon garner one of those six furlongs affairs for "platers" of the ,600-,150 category. TED LEWIS — Had no chance in last out- ing. Was knocked about repeatedly and when clear it was too late. Should beat the same kind with better racing "luck." TRELAWNY— Coming up to a winning ef- fort. Last try should put this one on edge. WEE ADMIRAL— Might be a real good two-year-old. Graduated from maiden ranks in impressive fashion and might very well repeat. j | ! ! ! By J. J. Hahn F.P.— LUCKY LASS— Comes from the J. C. Ellis barn. Ready to enter the winners circle. Eligible for non-winners races this year. HATSHARRY— Ready to leave ranks of non-winners. Seems to prefer six furlongs or over. YORK LOMOND — A veteran who has preference for route racing. Sharp as hands can make him, and should win his first race of the meeting first time he goes postward. MISS SABARIEL— Made her first start last week and gave a grand exhibition. Should benefit from that performance. DOC WAGNER — Fresh from campaigning at Churchill Downs. First race here was a good one and look for him to earn his keep before the end of the local season. KANTAR AID — A recent arrival from Mexico City. Has been showing good works over the local track and seems to love it. Raced well in the only start here. RODMAN KEENON— This fellow loves the local track. Watch him do his stuff one of these days. Needed race last week. ANYTIME — A mudder de luxe. Fresh from racing in Mexico City. BUSY JOSIE— This veteran mare raced well in her only start, in which she was claimed. Should win for new new owners. PRAHS — Just missed winning last Friday. Should do it next time out if matched with same kind. REVIEW — A consistent winner here last season. Ready to run up a string of wins. By J. R. Batty Ran. JACK K — A very cheap sort but training moves indicate he is capable of downing sprinters of the ,000 variety. GARISH — Shipped here from Churchill Downs. Six furlongs is best for this three-year-old filly. ] WAZA WALLA — An invader who scored , 1 at Churchill Downs. This juvenile filly j ! is highly regarded by her connections. SPRING STORM — Mud is preferred here. ; ] A consistent sort who usually pays her j way wherever she campaigns. * SWIFT FLIGHT— A three-year-old colt | ] who is equally capable of sprinting or j going a route. Scored at Churchill j Downs prior to shipping here. JOHNNIE EHRET— Not much but should find a race with conditions suiting. | ] Earned his diploma going six furlongs 1 : at Churchill Downs recently. LADY BRILLIANT— Mud or fast, sprint , ] or distance, competing with ,500 claimers she must be regarded as a serious threat. SUCCESS STORY— Just missed in last. ■ Prefers a distance of ground. ALL TRUMPS — Works are good on this , Grand Slam product. A six-furlong sprint facing ,500 company should produce a tally. MID-MORNING— Trials are creditable on 1 this juvenile. She raced greenly in her j debut here last week. Could surprise soon. . I MATURITY— A maiden who has yet to M make an appearance in silks. Watch-1 1 holders predict a quick graduation from the maiden ranks for this one. GOOD MESSAGE— Downed some of the j better juveniles encamped here in his j recent outing. Look for a repeat winning performance. DARBY DUNDEE— A three-year-old that j left the maiden ranks by his victory last : week at this course. If not overmatched he is worthy of following. ALL FREE — A glance at his 1944 record ! is convincing. Training moves are good. i with better than Competes - - average sprinters. By D. S. Fair Suf.- NOWADAYS — Crack three-year-old was Victim of bad racing luck when defeated j ! last time out and he is capable of whip- j ping same field. I STROLLING EASY— Recently worked five furlongs in 1:00% and that trial indi- ; , cates early Visit to winners ehcle. I AIR RATE — Strapping two-year-old colt ! has been training satisfactorily and is in clever hands. I j ICYSTREAM — Hard-hitting sprinter al-J ways gets his share of purses in New ; England. Recently stepped handy six [ i furlongs in 1:142/5, suggesting good form. | ! ARTENA— Maiden two-year-old filly is j training splendidly and she is eligible to ■ , a good spot. l PROMENADER — Honest plater belongs with ,000 rivals at mile and a sixteenth and any type track will suit him. FAIRLY FLY— Displayed high speed in, last local essay and was a trifle short, j Should earn a purse when matched with j ,500 sprinters. BLUE GYP— Speedy juvenile filly should graduate from maiden ranks at an early date as her recent races have been impressive. MISS MONARCH— Honest mare when not pitched too high and she prefers fast track and mile or over for best effort. OUR BIRTHDAY— Morning trials suggest that this ,000 plater is ready to step down in front of good band of routers. DISCOURAGED— Finished fast in mile and a sixteenth test behind Listing and she is reported to be in excellent condition. VALDINA CRAFT — "Off" racing strip moves this colt up several notches and he continues to train satisfactorily. FIRST GIRL— Well-conformed mare and always gives her best. May annex purse when matched with ,500 field at mile or over. JOES MISTAKE— Ordinary but game colt is in top shape and he is eligible to a good spot. Muddy or dry track suits him. JOHNNY JR.— Beaten narrowly after suffering interference in his last outing and he is capable of beating same kind at six furlongs. BAYMELIA— Short when defeated in her only Suffolk Downs start and may make amends for that reverse when sent back against ,500 company at six furlongs. ; DENSE PATH— Good mare when fit and she recently stepped five furlongs handily in 1:015s. By J. Gruber Oma. — MAY KEEN — Favored in her first outing here over a heavy track ; should score in her next attempt over a fast or sloppy surface. ROYAL G. MAN— Gave a creditable effort opening day, after a fractious trip to the post. Has an edge in class on the horses he will be required to meet, and in his present good form, should score soon. ALPINE LIGHT— Failed to show his best effort in last outing. Entitled to another chance. DAME J. — Training trials have been impressive. Has been schooled and may be one of the first two-year-olds to graduate from the maiden ranks. SAGE BABY — Performed impressively in only start during current meeting and shows all indications of a repeater. SUN PHAROS— Training trials indicate that this fellow is ready for the colors. Matches up with the better performers. LOOKOUT BLOND— Useful filly that has showed to advantage in private trials, and should not be long earning brackets. HANID — Useful mare that appears in good form, and if not outmatched should be an early double winner. GOLD TRACE — Only start was a creditable one, and may enter the winners circle at the next asking. GUINEA LAD— Will hace to advantage over a distance of ground, and be a surprise i winner in the near future.