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■A ■ Horses to Watch Horses who impressed Daily Racing Form representatives as being ready to win: LINCOLN FIELDS ► TOWN SHEIK— Closed with a belated burst of speed in sprint last time and appears ready for creditable route effort. RED CURTICE — Talented juvenile has been training cleverly since arrival here and could score at first asking. KAY GIBSON— Intermediate plater has been close up in recent starts. Best suited against ,500 to ,000 rivals. TIGER HARRIS — Three-year-old soundly trounced clever group of maidens in first outing here. Additional victories can be expected. THE GLOBE— Drop in classification Is all that is needed to assure victory for this shifty sprinter. FLETTER — Appeared a trifle short in start behind Carmargo Bill. That race should have served as a tightener. BOO BOO SHOO — Comes from smartly-trained stable which sends its charges postward fit and ready. Morning trials have been impressive. SUNSHINE ROSE— Shifty two-year-old was defeated the narrowest of margins last time. Appears capable of turning back similar rivals. PRO TANTO — Possesses high early speed and may forget to stop next time if properly rated. Is at best over an "off" strip. CHARLEY BOY — Ordinary plater was close up in last start and improvement with additional racing can be sxpected. INKY RACER— This three-year-old has never failed to come forth with an impressive effort. Future victory can be expected RED CHARGE— Maiden juvenile has been training cleverly and first set of brackets can be anticipated in near future. PNUT VENDOR — Recent arrival from Churchill Downs has previously displayed decided fondness for local strip. Tab for future score. • TWIRLING GIRL— Four-year-old maiden filly raced well at Louisville and should find field to her liking during early portion of this meeting. PENSIVE LADY— Hard-hitting miss should endure but slight difficulty in registering victory if not too ambitiously placed.