Horses to Watch: Detroit, Daily Racing Form, 1951-06-11


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DETROIT SEGURO — Well conformed two-year-old recently worked three furlongs in :35 handily and due for early graduation. NO NO ANNA — Retains good form and she stepped a half mile the other morning in :48% handily. KY. RIVER— Better than average three-year-old prospect breezed an easy five-eighths mile in 1:03%.- MR. TUCK— Useful plater when matched with ,500 company and can handle any type track. BOLARIS— This racer finished second in his only start at the local course and ready for trip to winners circle. LAZIEVEN — Paddock three-year-old displayed good speed recently and should trim ,500 rivals next out. GAY LIBERTY— Quick sprinter belongs with ,000 grade platers and last outing will serve as tightener. BORN TO WIN— Suffered interference in start against Hot Chocolate and capable of reversing verdict with even break in racing luck. BEAUTY SPOT— Roughed when beaten in latest local engagement and she can do much better. GRANDMAS DAY— Knocking at the victory door and was narrowly beaten by Hikes Point at six furlongs. GAY HENRIETTA — Bartleit mare made all the pace in mile race and then bowed to Angle Bar, indicating she was trifle short. ROBIN RED — Stepped up in class when beaten by All British, but should improve off that race. ROYAL HELJO— Training satisfactorily and connections will find suitable spot for this ,000 grade middle distance racer. BLUE BADGE— Missed against Nitro Fire after making all the pace and ready to beat same class field at same route.

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