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


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SUFFOLK DOWNS BEST PROSPECT— Has been training in a manner to suggest an early victory may be expected. COURT RINA — A two-year-old Court Scandal colt that merely romped to be an easy winner last out over an "off" track. A repetition of that effort would be sufficient to annex another purse. DOREENS BOY— A speedy trick that has been prepped for a winning effort. Mud would greatly enhance his chances. HOO IS IT — A little on the cheap side but has a flash of early speed that should guide him into the winners circle before long. JEEP GYPSY— Has been showing excellent speed in morning trials. Needs only proper placing to take the measure of a band of shifty sprinters. LARRY ELLIS— Made a show of his opposition with blinkers added to his equipment. LAZY PAT— A half mile in :47% form the gate stamps this one as dead ready for a winning effort. SOB STORY — Is training in a manner to suggest that this one will take a lot of beating next time he parades to the post. STAR OF DUBLIN— Has shown sufficiently good form over a distance of ground to recommend him for an early victory. TAKEAWAY— A shifty sprinter who, when right, more than earns his way in ordinary company. Has been training well enough, to capture a purse in near future.

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