Garden State Park, Daily Racing Form, 1950-05-15


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GARDEN STATE PARK SPARTAN VALOR— Two-year-old Jersey-bred son of Attention was "pricking his ears" and looking for horses in winning the New Jersey Stallion Stakes. Appears a stout candidate for the Rancocas Stakes on Saturday. I WILL — Deep-chested son of Roman has now won three successive races at this course and in his last triumph posted the swiftest six furlongs of the meeting. No reason why he should not continue this form. STATERS — Distance performer tired in both of his efforts here, but may be better conditioned for his next try. CRAVACHE — Rather cheap mare, but with an inside post position and not too swift company, she should gain an early victory. MY NED— Handsome young son of Neddie was obviously in need of his first outing .this year and can be expected to. improve. SCOTCH SOUR— Gray two-year-old filly had more than her share of troubles in her last endeavour and may make early amends. CAMPANILLEO— This ones last race was a corker. Appears rounding into form which will take an early victory. CALUMNY — Three-year-old deprived of a chance for victory when meeting interference in the drive. Deserves another chance against the same kind. GAY PRINCE — Juvenile had good early speed but tired badly in his debut as a racer. With the education, he may next time forget to stop. GALLANT G. I. — Must give this campaigner another chance to show better form. DIXIE SWEEP— May have been the best although finishing second in his last. Has a slight edge on ,000 company. RELATED — Appears to be a vastly improved sprinter over his juvenile races. Deserves a-chance against better. MARYLAND DAY— Although taking a long time in scoring his maiden triumph, this three-year-old should not be long in capturing another. SIR SWEEP — A slight drop in claiming price should see this sprinter leading from flagfall to finish.

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