Uncle Miltie Gaining Back Weight Lost in Early Spring, Daily Racing Form, 1951-05-21


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Uncle Miltie Gaining Back Weight Lost in Early Spring GARDEN STATE PARK, Camden, N. J., May 19.— Uncle Miltie, rated the top three-year-old by racing secretary John Campbell at the beginning of the season, is "a good doer" again and gradually rounding into shape at the Jay Cee Farm near Red Bank, Dr. A. C. Colando, his trainer -said today. Uncle Miltie has gained back most of the weight he lost during the early spring and once again is even tempered and mild, Colando continued, but he has no definite idea of when the colt will return to the races. "Were not pointing him at any particular race," Colando said, "When he seems ready to run well run him and not before. If that comes in August thats when he starts. His racing is too great potentially to run a chance of ruining him."

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Library of Congress Record: https://lccn.loc.gov/unk82075800