Horses to Watch, Daily Racing Form, 1950-05-15


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■— * ■* ■ • - - — - - - - - - • Horses to Watch Horses who impressed Daily Racing Form representatives as being ready to win: LINCOLN FIELDS SIR BOB — A cheap sort who usually fairs well at this track. Mud is preferred. BROWNANNE — Should improve over her recent races and could gain brackets •when sent a route of ground. DONNAS ACE— A ,000 claiming performer who should earn a purse when going a mile or longer at this track. BIMONT — Twice this P. L. Kelley was de-. prived of victory at Sportsmans Park because of poor racing luck. Should break the jinx and tally here. FETJDIN FIGHTTN — This three-year-old has plenty of early speed and is reported ready to score at first asking here. SHAFFIE — Competes for ,000 and should experience little difficulty in winning when going six furlongs at this track. BORN TO WIN — Has been consistently second in recent engagements perhaps a victory is in the offering. MAGNUS — Recent efforts Indicate the six-year-old son of Pompey is at peak condition. Was blocked in -latest start. MKT J, A VALENTT — May have needed outing recently turned in at Sportsmans Park. A mile or longer is wanted. JUNIOR WOLF— Mud helps this William Hal Bishop sprinter. Is rounding into top condition and could score over ,000 claimers. JOHNS DATE — Last years record is good recommendation, and there is no ap-. parent reason why he cannot duplicate it. TUNED UP — Disregard his unaccountably poor effort in latest start at Sportsmans Park. Seven furlongs or one mile is well suited.

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