Horses to Watch, Daily Racing Form, 1951-06-04

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Horses to Watch Horses who impressed Daily Racing Form representatives as being ready to win: LINCOLN FIELDS DIAMOND LANE — Lacked ample racing room when making belated bid behind Wondring. Better racing luck is all that it needed. FRESH BREEZE — First race over the turf course was impressive. Improvement with additional experience can be expected. CLEVELANDER — Drop in classification is all that is needed to assure victory for I this seasoned sprinter. GEE-LIGHT — This junior miss disappointed at short odds last time. Merits another chance against similar rivals. DEEP WATER — Intermediate plater had a rough trip last time. Appears capable of turning back ,000 to ,000 foes. MISSAB — Made up considerable ground behind Bogalusa after being practically left at the post. Tab for future victory. WHIZ-A-BIT — Closed xesolutely in sprint test earlier in meeting and appears ready for a creditable route effort. STAR CALL— Was apparently a trifle short in local debut and that one should have served as a tightener. ROSE BED — Comes from smartly trained stable which sends its charges postward fit and ready. May go well next time. / ROBUST — Three-year-old colt has been training satisfactorily as recent three-quarter mile trial in 1:14 would seem to indicate. RUHE — Overcame early mishaps to place third in Feabody Memorial. Is probably best three-year-old. colt on the grounds. FASHIONED — Ordinary sprinter possesses high early speed and may forget to stop next time if properly rated. MALS BOY— Disregard last which was contested over a heavy strip. Requires fast track for best effort. MOON. BABY— Drifted out during stretch run last time when apparently a certain winner. Cant miss against similar foes if this can be corrected. BIDANDMADE — Shifty three - year - old scored impressive victory at Louisville and can be expected to atone for recent defeat here at next asking. HADRAINI— Maiden juvenile filly should not be much longer in earning first set of brackets. DETROIT BLACK WING— Displayed good speed in his recent comeback effort and probably needed that race. LITTLE Xs — Useful sprinter when not , pitched too high and she worked three-quarters of a mile in 1:14% handily. SIR COBO — This three-year-old continues to train in impressive fashion and he stepped a half-mile last week in. :48 " handily. DUKE BOSWELL — Ordinary plater is reaching peak form and ready to beat cheap field at six furlongs. TIME ETERNAL — Hyland sprinter was trifle short when beaten by the aged Florizan Sam and will be right there next out. PIP PIP — Zakoor plater had speed in initial local outing and can handle ,500 clsiss sprinters* • TEN GALLON HAT— Goodwin plater will catch a cheap field and visit winners ring during current meeting. FRERE JACQUES — Aged gelding has touch of class and he will be hard to down when matched with ,500 grade middle distance racers. SUFFKI— Partial to the local strip and just missed in Alger against Bee Lee Tee. Morning trials on quick side. HOT CHOCOLATE— Races well over any kind of track but moves up several lengths on soft strip. GRANDMAS DAY— Beaten short margin by Teddy Chick at three-quarters mile and she will improve off that effort. MR. TWEETY— Maiden three - year - old raced well in recent engagement and due for early graduation. ABISOK— Maiden two-year-old was trifle green in only appearance under silks, but he will do better in next engagement. URGENT — Tick Tock Stable plater won at Churchill Downs and should annex a purse here when matched with ,000 company at a mile or oyer. BELMONT PARK HITHERTO — Just missed at long odds in sprint effort. Appears capable of handling seven furlongs and also is suited when going a distance. HERE HE IS — A cheap sort who could register a surprise tally in hear future. OTHELLO — Closed impressively in lone try here. Deserves another chance. MISS CAROLINA — Came from far back with a rush to be a close-up third in latest. Appears ready for a top effort. SSEMBLANCE — A ,000 claiming juvenile who could graduate from the maiden ranks before the meeting ends. 3IR GREEK — Fits well with claiming company of the ,500 variety. Seven furlongs or one mile is wanted. »ROSPECT — Turned in a creditable performance in first outing here. Could improve. tECESS — This c. V. Whitney-owned youngster encountered poor racing luck, in latest. Can do better. ISMORE PRINCE— Is well regarded by ► his connections and should not be long in leaving the non-winners class. PIC ONE — Was second in recent good effort after a slow beginning. BIG STORY— Is at peak condition and should repeat competing with mediocre allowance sprinters. SECOND LOOK— Training again after a coughing siege. Morning trials are worthy. STARECASE— Works indicate this useful four-year-old could score at first asking this season. DELAWARE PARK CORNWALL — Showed improvement in last and could earn brackets if suitable spot comes up in near future. MIDYEAR — Had his mind on matters other than racing last time out and seems certain to improve. TREFOIL — Just missed in racing debut, effort suggesting a short stay in the maiden ranks. ONE UP— Raced well in the late stages of last after being far back through the opening half mile. REBORN— Trailed for more-than a half mile in recent sprint and closed with a rush in a good effort. ARTHUR PILATE— Recent sprint effort was a good one and suggested a bit more distance may be beneficial. ZUZIE B. — Recent easy victory suggested this mare will be hard to beat if kept, in the ,500 category. SERVICE PILOT — Has always raced well over this track and seems capable of continuing his winning waste against ,000 platers. COUNTRY BOY H. — Closed well in recent outings but apparently needs a mile and a quarter or more for his top effort. KENSINGTON LAD— Seems ready for a winning effort when astutely placed over a distance of ground. BINKY B.— Likely will be stretch out to a mile and a sixteenth in the near future and should beat allowance horses. PLAY TOY — Has trained well since arriving from New Jersey and could make an early visit to the winners circle. FIRST RHYTHM— Has shown enough to warrant a longshot chance against maiden juveniles. SUFFOLK DOWNS YOULL LEARN— A hard-hitting juvenile who continues to show, improvement and will catch a. band of maidens he can handle. JOE TOWN— Raced as though blinkers aided him in last. Improvement is likely. FIGHTING COMET— A cheap sophomore who may be hard to beat if he can get the rail position while making his move. Has a tendency to" lug in while pressure is applied. W3DDEFORD — May have been short In his only outing here. Raced close to the pace for a half mile before tiring. GYPSY FIDDLE— Raced well enough in last to suggest she will not long remain in maiden ranks. DIMTT — Will be tough to beat when meet- j ing same competition as he encountered in his last. GAY GIFT — Closed well in last to suggest a winning effort is not too far away.. SPLIT THE WIND— The aging son of Dis- « covery looks and acts like he is fit and ready for a peak performance. Is much better than last would indicate. RUNNING STITCH— A recent half-mile from the barrier in :48% indicates this Easy Mon miss is nearing her peak. HAPPY ADMIRAL— The Grand Admiral youngster has been flashing speed in morning trials and may be tough to handle in competition. TANNEKE — A capable router who has been showing steady signs of improvement during morning hours. HELEN MAR— A well-bred juvenile who is doing all asked of her in the morning hours. If not in need of a race should score at first asking. FAIRMOUNT PARK YOUNG GEORDIE — Showed his usual early speed in his first outing here and from that effort, should improve considerably. Should be hard to handle when pitted back against ,000 claimers. PETROPLAY— A hard-hitting campaigner that served notice in last. A slight drop in class is all that should be needed. GANADO — Appeared short in his only outing here. Should find a field of platers going a distance that he can handle. INDIAN BALLAD — This sophomore lost much of her chances by racing wide in the stretch turn while leading in last try. Has plenty of early speed. OWEN C.— Made up considerable ground in last effort and should be entering the winners circle soon. LATE ANN — Scored so impressively last outing that she should have little difficulty in winning right back. MUCHO MANANA— Closed much ground in the final stages when matched against the better grade here in last effort. If dropped a notch, should score. HYPOTHESIS — Showed a strong effort in last race. An "off" track would benefit him. RALA — First outing here was ver iiim-pressive and if pitted against the same * grade, "should have little trouble earning brackets. MILO — One of the cheaper grade but recent efforts indicate he is not far from a winning effort. RETICULE — Shifty sprinter that will handle a good grade if sent a shorter distance than her last outing. TEABOW — A slow beginning kept this racer from giving his best effort in last race. Capable of outsprinting a fair "band of ,000 claimers. OMAHA SNOW WAVE — Maiden two-year-old raced wide first out. Should improve off that effort. LUKAMO — Closed very fast in last race and is ready to win. INCONOCLAST — Was in close quarters during previous outing. Will do better when pitted with ,000 horses. BUBBLING EASY — Hard-hitting mare that appeared trifle short in her last race. GALLANT MINDED — Appears ready for best effort. Likes a distance and ,000 company. RUSHING BILL — Has trained impressively and comes from winning stable. TARRY LONG — Traveled a half mile in :48% in morning trial. Should be hard to beat next but. BLINKS BOY— Good, sprinter that appears to be near top form. TAKE ALL — Is at peak form. Should continue to give good account if not overmatched. CARTAGOS IMP — Recent race was very good and should improve off that effort.. CARMEL BAR — Raced wide last time out. With good,racing luck, should win cheap race. DANCERS PRIDE — Closed fast in first appearance here at six furlongs. ASCOT PARK HECTIC HOUR — This aging sprinter, who in past seasons was considered one of the best on this circuit, is training well and appears approaching winning form. CROSS LU — Swift stepping mare should be ideally suited to the about four and one-half furlongs contests at this meeting. TOR MEL — ■ A hard-hitting campaigner who is a tough one to beat whenever he is not under too much pressure racing with the early pace. BONESS — Small mare is reported in good condition and she is especially dangerous when competing over an "off" track. SPRY CHICK — Arizona-bred mare has been one of the top-notch performers at this course for several seasons and she is just as dangerous as ever. HURINOW — Grey sprinter will show an, improved effort the first time that the track becomes muddy. NEW HOUR — Not much class, but plenty of early speed and is certain to find the right kind of field soon. GRAND MARS— May be one of the better allowance performers here over a distance of ground. , SUNNY RIVER— Tab this one for an early victory, but the track must be fast for a top effort. OYSTER K.— Been training well and can be expected to go well at any distance. SASHAY MOON— An Ascot Park favorite of long standing who, despite his increasing age, is training well and coming up to winning effort.

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