Horses to Watch, Daily Racing Form, 1951-05-14


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Horses to Watch Horses who impressed Daily Racing Form representatives as being ready to win: SPORTSMANS PARK *] AND LINCOLN FIELDS DELHANNAH — Disappointed last time at l : short odds, but merits another chance . against similar rivals. CONNIES BOY — Encountered interference , in test behind Dina Bam. Improvement . with better racing luck can be expected. TEXAS RAIN — Drop in classification is all j that is needed to assure victory for this * sprinter. . RED CURTICE — McGarvey-conditioned j juvenile trained well at Louisville, and • appears ready for winning effort. THE BLUE HEN— Was unable to be persevered with last time, while attempting j to bear in through the stretch. Tab for future score. YELLMANTOWN — Shifty sprinter should j find field to his specific liking during T early portion of meeting. HAPPY WEST— Appeared a trifle short in 1 latest outing, but that effort should have 2 served as a tightener. RIOT— Practically left at the post when 1 defeated by Eye Catcher. Is capable of f defeating similar foes when away alertly. TRIXIE — Comes from smartly trained unit t which sends its charges postward fit and j ready. Could score at first asking. MAHPLAY — Intermediate plater has been 1 close up in recent starts. Best suited j against" ,000 to ,500 rivals. LASTING WAR— Has displayed speed in I recent outings and may forget to stop a next time, if not too ambitiously placed. [ LITTLE FLOWER — Disregard recent engagements _" over abbreviated Sportsmans s oval. Morning trials have been creditable. _ KOSADUS — Has displayed decided fondness for Washington Park strip. Prefers s distance of ground in contrast to recent t sprintsv FALSE — Three-year-old raced cleverly at t the Cicero course, and should continue e winning ways. BELCON — Talented sophomore has been n working satisfactorily and should not t be long in earning first set of brackets. 5- BELMONT PARK PRESS — This juvenile has been working i impressively and should not be long in n leaving the non-winners ranks. FUZZHEAD — Should go better in the e straightaway chute at this track. r GAELIC GAL — Turned in good effort in n recent try. SICKLE FLIGHT — Finished resolutely in n latest try and may have needed the e outing. UP EARLY — A three-year-old filly who 0 displayed speed in her first appearance e this season. Should improve over the ie effort. DANUBE — Lost all chance when knocked ° back at the start in latest trip. DAWTY — Going a route over a muddy y track could produce a tally for this one. e- BLACKMONT — A cheap sort of router who encountered considerable trouble in latest outing. ADAMANT — This sprinter was much used after breaking poorly in most recent appearance. _ BARRAGE — Is training well and should l ~ not be long in earning a purse when sent ** a distance. BOLD BYRD — Closed in a manner in recent trip to indicate a victory is due soon. JAMES B. — This speedy son of Knave re High was disqualified from first position in first trip postward. Served notice he le is a capable sort. NORTHAMPTON — Should improve over latest try. Broke tardily and was much used to reach contention. OFF LINE: — Needs a route and fits best with claimers of the ,000 variety. CHANCE WAY — Could score a surprise se tally soon. Had trouble in latest outing. J: HITHERTO — Lost all chance when pinched back in the stretch in most recent trip. n p" CHURCHILL DOWNS , WARMED OVER — Quick three-year-old S gelding eligible to good spot in allowance race and recently worked half mile in in :472/5 handily. BIMONT — Hard-hitting plater when sent it over the middle distances. Stepped six ix furlongs in 1:15% handily. DISH-BALL— Plater belongs with ,000 30 class rivals and finished strongly last st week in mile and a sixteenth race. GAY HENRIETTA— Useful mare when ;n matched with medium grade sprinters rs and she was narrowly beaten in last local al engagement. MONITRESS — Maiden two-year-old filly ly lost considerable ground in recent start rt and due for early graduation. FRERE JACQUES — One-time stakes performer r- gave good account of himself at at mile and a sixteenth and ready for trip ip to winners ring. PARUE — Handsome juvenile miss from the ie Widener barn closed strongly in Startle le Purse and should score during Downs ns meet. POINSETTE — Hollenbach three-year-old Id maiden displayed high speed before bowing, v- to Lily Lark in Canter Purse and id works are sharp. *] l : . , . j * . j • j j T 1 2 1 f t j 1 j I a [ _" s _ s t t e n t 5- i in n e in n in n e 0 e ie ° y e- _ l ~ ** re he le se J: n p" S in in it six ix 30 last st ;n rs al ly rt r- at at trip ip the ie le ns Id v- and id LENAS BOY — Lacked early foot when defeated - by Joes Laddie and will do better r against same field next out. GOLDEN BOLT — Krehbiel homebred mare prefers fast track for best effort and she e is in splendid condition. DR. OLE NELSON — Ready to make his s 1951 debut and recently worked six furlongs in 1:14% handily. FAMOUS SHAKE — Ankehbauer four-year - old filly can handle fast company and 3 worked five furlongs in 1:01 handily y from gate, GENIAL JACK — Improves with racing and « due for winning trip when matched with 1 ,000 rivals seven furlongs to a mile. SUFFOLK DOWNS CHARLESTON — Is being carefully prepped a for a winning effort first time out. Was s a capable allowance performer ;ast season. SILVER LAMEE — Looms as the best two- year-old filly on the grounds. A tardy 5 start and being forced to lose ground marred her debut. RISSAN — Has been training smartly and d needs only astute placing to score at once. EBENEZER— dockers report this one is s doing all asked of him in the morning. LUCKY BREW — This Grand Slam young- ster has been showing to advantage in n his trials. SWEET SIXTEEN— With a race already y performed over the track, she should be e capable of handling her assignment. THOUSAND SHIPS— Lyle Phillips has this IS one ready for a top effort. SIGH QUEEN — Education is proving beneficial " to this miss. Improvement should a be in order. EDWARD T. — Trained well at Lincoln n Downs and is reported ready. LYNN Z. — Poorly judged ride may have e cost this one a victory in her last. Should H a atone against same opposition. DYNASTIC— This Tiger colt turned in a a good effort in his last and should not t tarry from the winners circle. SHAKO — Aging gelding is at his best when t: catching a muddy track. Training well " enough to earn a purse in near future. PIMLICO . CHORALIER — Apparently needed recent J" conditioner and seems likely to handle le field of similar value. TIDES — Seasonal debut suggested this filly 1,7 may improve in her next appearance. Eligible for non-winners of two. l PETRONEL — Winner of two out of four as juvenile and recent debut suggests a a longshot victory in near future. ROUGH ME — Tendency to lug in may have 2 deprived this one of a victory in first st start of the year. CAMPER — Broke badly in last and had a rough trip in the running. Should beat ,f Maryland-breds in next. MARCION — Placed a bit ambitiously in in last, but effort was far from discourag-° »~ ing. Best suited at a mile and a sixteenth. K- TENURE — Seemed a short horse in first St start recently and should earn brackets ts in the immediate future. B BUSY PAT— Won last start from the No. q 7 1 post position and out of the six-furlong »8 chute, which is quite a recommendation. n. CURIOSITY — Figures to improve off re-;" e- cent effort, which could result in a vic-ie b_ tory over ,000 claimers. OURAGAN VII. — Closed well in a recent " sprint and may come up with long-ex-,n K- pected victory when stretched out a bit. it. KINGS QUEST— Overcame early difficulty j to close with a belated rush in re-"■ e~ cent dash. Should graduate in next. OOM PAUL — Roughed about considerably ly in recent sprint and should make amends ds in next, regardless of distance. LITTLE HARP — Both races this season n have been good and suggest this one will 111 earn his way against high-priced claim- erS- STRINGS — Tendency to lug in badly cost st this one a victory in last. Should beat non-winners of two. GARDEN STATE PARK COT J .KEN BAWN— Two -year -old Challe-don filly has been very green in both of her starts and has not raced up to expec- tations. Experience will bring improvement. e_ FIGHTING FLEET — Son of Count Fleet et apparently did not like the condition of of i the track after it was dug up recently ly and he may do considerably better the be next time. SEABRIGHT — An inconsistent colt, but, if when feeling like it, he can do a lot of running. I KING CHICO — A drop down to a claiming ■* | price of about ,500 should get the job OD i done. ATTENTION MARK — Handsome chestnut ut was just a trifle short for his recent race ce over a distance of ground. Should have ve readied him for a winning performance. ;e. WESTHAMPTON — A star prospect as a a juvenile two years ago. Came back recently e- better than ever, and appears ready to challenge the best sprinters irs here. PRINCE CONSORT — This ones improved ed race the last time indicates that he will ill st of e_ et of of i ly the be if be a stout contender in future engage-at ments. BY YOUR LEAVE — Has been stopping in his races here, but may show winning speed if dropped down in company. CAPTAIN BOUDOUR — As long as he re-Z mains in cheap claiming company, he is j almost certain to win a purse soon. PLAY TOY — Can be depended on for an honest effort whenever able to secure an early lead. HALTER — Did not show a true effort when soundly beaten in the Valley Forge Handicap. May regain his winning ways next out.

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