Churchill Downs, Daily Racing Form, 1950-05-15


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CHURCHILL DOWNS KT. COLONEL — Quick sort when fit and recently breezed three furlongs over sloppy track in :36. OUR QUESTIONS— Ellis plater can handle ,500 company and races well over muddy or dry course. THE GINK— Brown Hotel Stable juvenile lacked early speed in recent engagement but finished full of run. APPEASER — -Lost considerable ground when defeated by Petrose Girl and can beat same field with better break in racing luck. BULL MAN — Better-than-average plater comes from well-conditioned stable and worked half mile over muddy track in :49%. handily. SUN UMBER — Beaten narrow margin in mile and one-sixteenth race and ready to defeat field of ,500 platers same distance. EASY DIXIE — Maiden two-year-old raced well in only appearance under silks and due for visit to winners circle. KNIGHTS CROSS— High class-plater can hold his own with 0,000 grade sprinters and in excellent condition. FANCY FLYER— Raced well at Hot Springs and knocking at the door since arrival in Kentucky. PASS KEY— Maiden three-year-old from the Greentree string is in good hands and ready for brackets. CHOW LINE— Saddle slipped on this juvenile when he was defeated by Robust and should score at Downs meeting. EVANSTEP— Race behind Vigorous was sharp effort and that performance should serve as tightener for winning trip. SABSON— Useful plater comes from well-trained stable and belongs with ,500 company at mile or over. ONE TWELVE — Maiden two-year-old filly has shown speed in recent starts and probably will annex purse at early date. BLUE MUSIC— High class two-year-old filly races well on any type track and works have been on the quick side. COCK FEATHER — Prefers fast track for best effort and ready to whip field of ,000 sprinters.

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