Horses to Watch, Daily Racing Form, 1952-05-26

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Horses to Watch Horses who impressed Daily Racing Form representatives as being ready to win: LINCOLN FIELDS 1 AT HAWTHORNE KING BEAST Has been training well and might be hard to trim f irst time to the post. FAMOUS CORNER Is a strong distance runner who has recently transferred to the William Hal Bishop barn and will likely soon knock out another purse. SHANE Was off poorly in last start but still managed to get home in a very good effort. BAMBOOZIjER Ran a smart race first time out at this track. Was going fast at the finish. Will be running for new owner next time. .CHIEF OSCEOLA If they ever fill a ,000 claiming race at a mile and eighth or over this one will take some beating. ARAB ACTRESS Looks like a really smart filly. Simply aired in a recent race. RUHE Could again display his best three-year-old form under his new ownership. His race to Sun David was a smasher. COUNTRY EDITOR This ,500 runner can probrbly advance as much as ,500 in class and still make trouble. Has early speed and can race a distance. NOBILITY Last race behind Boomer and Dance Nsing was pretty good. Came from last place, to be beaten less than two lengths. FAST BUCK Looked pretty fair in first out when he finished second to Thaxter. Should not remain a maiden for long. POLNETTTE Did not seem to like the muddy going last out. Figures to improve" on a fast track. COMMON SENSE Maiden three-year-old who was beaten -but narrowly in last. Should graduate before long. CAPTAIN CARVER Ran a verygood race from a poor beginning last time jout. Watch for early action next time. BELMONT PARK GRUMPITO When sent seven furlongs or longer this capable claiming .veteran should tally. NOVEL REQUEST Lost all chance when his saddle slipped in latest. DIRECT MISTER Was much the best when scoring in most recent outing. Should continue to down ,500 claiming sprinters at present form. NORTHERN STAR Appears ready for a winning -performance when asked to compete at one mile. HIYA-SAILOR May have been a -trifle short of top form in recent route try. Deserves another chance. RINGGOLDIAN Had good speed until the late stages in a six-furlong try and may have been in need of the outing. WHITE CLTFF-Disregard latest twowhen outrun competing on a wet track. Needs a fast surface for best performance. ENLIVEN Broke tardily in latest. A slight drop in company could produce a victory. CLOSED DOOR Just missed in most recent attempt. Has shown steady improvement and appears due for brackets. GRANDAD This three-year-old could not handle the "off" going in latest start. Could graduate from the maiden ranks soon when performing over a dry strip. STANDEE The manner in which this three-year-old closed in a recent appearance suggests that seven furlongs or a mile would be best suited for him. GUIDING Has speed and should find a field here that she can lead from start to finish going six furlongs. DETROIT FIRST HEIR Speedy three-year-6ld colt can handle any type footing and recently worked half mile in :48 handily over sloppy strip. SWEET PATOOTIE Quick two-year-old filly is f rqm a well-trained barn and breezed, half mile last week in :51 through slop. BADGER Useful sprinter when fit and recent three-furlong speed test in :36 in slop indicates he is ready. STORM RIDDEN Better-than-average ,000 class middle distance racer is at peak form and worked mile in 1:43, handily. SICKLES IMAGE Hartwick filly raced well after long lay-up and will improve off her Inaugural Purse effort. DDXVTTtTiE G. and G. Stable three-year-old prefers fast track for top performance and morning trials are impressive. STAR PIGEON Cheap plater is training satisfactorily and went three-quarters mile through slop in 1:16, handily. SLAMARANTH Partial to" the local track and always gets his share of purses during Michigan campaigns. FLORIZAN SAM Aged but useful stallion worked half mile in :49 quite handily over good strip and belongs with cheap clandss sprinters MONTES ACE Dilger Stable middle dis- tance plater will be dangerous when dropped in with ,000 grade rivals. BENTONS LUCY Two-year-old maiden filly looked good in her only appearance under silks and due for early graduation. AL HASH Raced well at Churchill Downs before transfer to Detroit and prefers firm footing at sprint distances. SUFFOLK DOWNS BON VICTOIRE Last suggests this son of Whirlaway is nearing a winning effort. OUR BULLY Poor judgment on part of rider in last cost this one a winning race. Should make amends against same caliber. COUNT TWENTY A speedy son of Count Speed who may have needed his last. Holds a victory over high rated Fort Salonga. KING TAOS Was closing stoutly in recent sprint to take third. Middle distance event for cheap platers should suit j this one. j KEEP POSTED Ran off before start of race last week and appeared to be going easly under stout handling. Should not tarry in non-winners ranks. EMPTY SEA Slight descent in class should suit this fellow. He is doing all asked of him in mornings. OLD SOL Rounding to peak form and may handle some of highly regarded three-year-olds. FINAL PROOF Displayed a good effort from barrier recently to indicate he is ready for a top race. THEATRE PASS Rates a good chance of beating same company he met in last outing. Was a stout closing second. BLACK BAY The manner in which this fellow keeps oh winning suggests he could handle slightly better caliber of middle distance runners. GARDEN STATE PARK TOPSIDE Now that this Helis three-year-old is being rated off the pace, it looks like he will show much better for,m. FRENCH ROOM Juvenile filly was overmatched in the Rancocas Stakes, but she will be able to hold her own against the majority here. BAKERS RAIDER Sophomore is a little better than he appears on paper and should earn brackets soon. FERN GOLD Can better her last race and will be tough to beat for ;500. LEAS BEST Must disregard his last race over a sloppy track. STOP AND THINK This one has not been trying to run here thus far, but he may be in the mood some day and turn it on. LADY CAROLINA Did not show to best advantage in her debut, but she is a "runner." BEAU BETS Almost got home at long odds in her first essay of the season. That effort should have her on keen edge for the next try. SCHATZI Two-year-old filly has given a pair of good efforts here, but she is still nervous and further education may bring improvement. FREE PRESS Veteran plater seems to have returned to good form now that he is back in his home barn. TEXAS REWARD Almost gained a surprise victory in his last. Should be sharp for the next outing. FAIRMOUNT PARK JUMP TUNE Three-year-old won in Chicago. Fast sort, in near peak form. ., SORORITY Fast filly should show a winning effort if properly placed. VEZLARK Two-year-old very fast filly won her first out. Mud will help. YALE Has been training well. Showed a good effort at Hot Springs. OSCULADY Watch this one in the mud, if placed right, around ,500. JESS D. Has a lot of speed. Should run well going short dash. The one they will have to catch in cheap race. METO Has been turning in some good works here since arrival. CURLER Hard-hitthg plater, is best at the middle distances. Is a cheap sort. SIS EAGAN Classy sort of juvenile. Has raced well enough to earn brackets soon. READE CASTLE Is best at this oval. Always earns his share of races here. GOLDEN CITY Trainer H. P. Triplett reports his racer is rapidly nearing top form. Possesses keen speed. ON RUST Is nearing peak form. Can hold his own in cheap company. j CRANWOODPARK ALEXANDRITE Recent second would indicate this one is rounding to peak form. Tab for an outing with platers in a sprint. HONEYONE A speedy sort who can be j expected to turn in a strong race each time. Has turned in a second, a third and one win in succession and improves with each effort. - GALAXY A bit of racing luck might help this one. Lost rider at the start the last time while third choice in the wagering. ETHEL M. Was another who had support in. the betting in last and might have been closer but for close quarters early. May redeem the next time. GREY FENG Showed strong late foot at five furlongs. A bit more distance and a softer race track will move him up considerably. DANNA LIKE Became lodged in the gate the last time; had been backed into favoritism, but did. not show anything in the running. Won the time before. OUT The last outing showed a vast dif- ference. Should be able to lead a fair band from barrier to wire when not too ambitiously placed. CHRISTINE B. Appeared a bit short in last. May be the conditioner needed for a better performance soon. OMAHA CHARING LIGHT Appeared a trifle short in first start and that one. may have served as the necessary tightener. J MAGIC OSAGE Drop in classification is all required to assure victory for this shifty sprinter. ERWIN K. Half-mile workout in :51, flat, over an extremely muddy track would seem to suggest early victory for this one. ILL BE1 Has been training cleverly and could score at next asking if not too ambitiously placed. COPPER ISLAM Disappointed last time at short odds, but merits opportunity to atone for that setback against similar rivals. ROYAL MIKE Closed resolutely in five-furlong dash and should show to better advantage when asked to travel a longer distance. FORTH TERM Comes from well trained unit which sends it charges postward fit and ready. SNAPHEEL Possesses a world of early speed and may not forget to stop next time if properly rated. TEDDY REIGH This consistent plater has r never been better and is ready to turn back ,500 rivals. HOLIDAY WHIRL Two-year-old maiden shold not be much longer in earning initial set of brackets. GAY TEMPO Was forced to lose considerable ground oa final turn when beaten by Pair Spec Better racing luck is all needed. DON GOOD Disregard last race which was contested over an "off" strip. Requires firm footing for best performance.

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