Horses to Watch, Daily Racing Form, 1952-06-09

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Horses to Watch Horses who impressed Daily Racing Form representatives as being ready to win: LINCOLN FIELDS ♦ ► AT HAWTHORNE v MIMI MINE — Withdrawn from Miss America because of coughing spell, but is just about the best filly here. BLEN SAND — Recent race was not too bad. Finished second back of Legatee. Could win a cheap one. PHIAGUA — Is fair sort of runner who is t probably being readied up for grass race. KLOHOME — Three-year-old maiden from Mooers stable who has been working " well. Was wide in last start. NO REWARD — Staged a good finish back of Worcester in distance race in last. Figures to click before long. , RECLINE — Showing fine effort recently in making first start of the season. Could finish in front next time. NEW HOPE — Had some bad racing luck in last start. Beaten favorite who can do fcT better. PINES OF ROME— Raced wide on stretch turn in last when favored. Should be capable of winning soon. PARTICIPATION— Maiden who has been r , threatening to break out ofthe ranks of the non-winners. Looks good for next outing. ,l MR. BRIAR — Beaten favorite here recently who could come through with a good race soon. Drew considerable play in last start. EXPERIMENTAL— Seems to be getting ready to run a smasher. Last was improvement over previous effort. SHOTRAL — Recently purchased by owner Bishop. Tab for early set of brackets. DETROIT _ FIRST HEIR — Three - year - old colt in "Tennessee" Wrights barn worked five furlongs in 1:00%, handily. VIXEN FLXIT — Raced well at the local course last season and she stepped five- eighths mile last Friday morning in 1:01%, handily. EPIC KING — Woodcock two-year-old colt -* is one of the best of his sex and age division. Morning trials impressive. _ HARPETH — Three-year-old maiden was trifle short the first time she appeared under silks and trainer Walter Coleman will find suitable spot. TINTINA — Paddock plater always gives good performance and should visit win- t i ners ring after engaging ,000 grade sprinters. « EVER BRIGHT — Classy three-year-old filly looked good last week while working four furlongs in :48 handily. SCHERZO — Shaffer filly continues to train smartly and she has been a half mile here in :47%. WELL MET — Beaten narrow margin in mile and 70 yards race, but is capable of trimming same class field at like route. DEBBY J. — Ran excellent race here first time out after beginning tardily. Ready to whip field of ,000 sprinters. WOE IS- ME — Roughed during the stretch run in recent engagement and will improve off that performance. - OUR REQUEST — Hard-hitting mare when fit and she is rapidly coming around to peak form and any track suits her. HOT PENNY — Speedy four-year-old gelding is partial to the local track and r worked five furlongs in 1:00%, handily. BELMONT PARK BOOKWORM— This Vera S. Bragg-owned juvenile turned in a sharp effort recent try and should improve off the outing. FREEDOM WINS— Is presently at peak form. Just missed in latest and is due for a purse. GIORGETTI — Turned in an impressive victory when blinkers were added in most recent outing. Should continue to score when limited to six furlongs. LURING — Disregard latest when she quit H badly after failing to reach command. She perhaps needed the outing. THORIS — Is. steadily improving and should earn her first purse in near .future. GLORIETTE — Closed stoutly; in a sprint try here recently. Wants more distance. I DONT STOP — A cheap sort, but could surprise in near future. - DEVILWOOD — This juvenile is highly regarded by his owner, Greentree Stable. Raced a trifle green in debut. VAIN PURITAN-j-Can do better than latest race indicates. Was much used after breaking poorly. THE DIVER— Closed strongly in a sprint try and should gain brackets when asked .to go a mile or longer. BIG ROAD — A useful plater who is training kindly and could score competing at seven furlongs or a mile. DALAL — Has been overmatched in recent f tries. When entered with claimers of the upper brackets and asked to go a route of ground this three -year-old filly could register a surprise tally. SAXONY — This topnotch allowance campaigner has been working well and appears ready for a winning performance. I DELAWARE PARK t MIDIOPOLIS — Improvement noted in last and a victory could result in the near future. •LOCKS — A steady-going sort all year and 1 ♦ ► 1 local efforts suggest that a mile and a sixteenth would be suitable. ABRACADABRA — Raced well in the late stages of debut and should not linger long in the maiden ranks. BIMFORT — Won initial Montchanin so convincingly that she should find the mile and one furlong running a soft spot. CHARLEY FOY — Proved a galloping winner in first local appearance and seems capable of advancing to 0,000. GIVE — Recent effort was good and a graduation seems certain if kept against maiden fillies. ROMAN LAW — Winning effort was good and suggests another success may come this week. MARCH AGAIN— Sprint effort indicated .this one may improve when sent a mile and a sixteenth. BRUSH BURN — Seems greatly improved and should account for his share of purses against three-year-olds. ENCHANTED EVE— Shifty filly who has raced exceedingly well in her only two outings this season. HUNTSVILLE— Tired slightly when a bit ambitiously placed in last, but could score over non-winners of two. ALAMANDA — Closed well in recent outings and could score an upset against similar company. IF I — Weakened badly in debut, but may carry speed better following that effort. SUFFOLK DOWNS MESL — Former classy mare who served notice she is nearing peak form with a bang-up second in her last. PEACE TRIAL— Has been working well enough in the mornings to rate consideration against maiden juveniles. BROKEN ARCHES — Recent eprint effort; may have been the needed sharpener for a longer race. COAT OF BLUE— Is not as bad as last would indicate. Pace was very slow and inexperienced rider dropped too far off field. HOOP HAVEN — Speedy youngster in barn of Fred Hooper who may have been the winner of his last if kept in on final turn. Rates another chance. FRAUD — A misjudged ride probably cost this one a purse in her last.- It was a good effort on an "off" track. PROVIDENT— A cheap plater "that just missed in recent middle distance race to suggest brackets are not too far away. BOSS H. — Claimed from a race in which he turned in a respectable second. Could earn back some part of the purchase price with a repeat performance against same kind. LADY ALEXANDRA — Just missed in recent sprint to suggest she is ready. Is capable of handling any distance against mediocre caliber. TOP FOOT— Needed last to attain fitness and will be hard to beat against same company from now on. FAIRMOUNT PARK PADS BOY— Appears to have reached peak form off his winning effort. Recent sharp workout indicates he should have little trouble in repeating." JO -TED — Has been knocking at the door and appears ready to take top honors soon. BOORAL — This juvenile disappointed when heavily backed in recent outing. Deserves another chance as he appears ready to graduate from the maiden ranks. JOGGINS — Won his first outing here in a very easy manner and will be hard to beat against middle distance runners if not stepped too high in company. MELLA VALENTT — Closed very strongly in last outing and should lose little time in scoring over a band of the cheaper grade platers. PLUCKY MARGE— Always wins her share of purses over the local oval and recent tries indicate she is returning to top form. WHOSE — This veteran racer just missed in recent try when beaten narrowly by * Atomic Energy. Appears ready to "Win at next sislciii MISS PIN UP— Her first outing of this year saw her score in a very easy manner and will bear consideration if not pitted too high next out. HOPEFUL. SAM— A classy sort that holds his own with the better grade here. His effort in the St. Louis Handicap saw him close very strongly and he will bear strong consideration in future racing. BOUTONNTERE — Was forced to lose ground throughout his last attempt when heavily backed. Will be hard to handle if matched back against same kind. DEWEY H. — A hard-knocker that just missed when beaten narrowly by Helia in last effort. That event was at six furlongs and will be hard to handle if sent back at a longer distance. BON3TA — This sophomore has shown sc -eral creditable efforts here and should lose little time in scoring a victory for owner Jack Merchut. OMAHA OUTBIRD— Appeared a trifle short in last start over a distance and that one may have served as the necessary tightener. TOP VIEW — Dropp in classification is all * required to assure victqiy-f »k sluftyr " sprinter. , *" * MORAN — Had a rough trip last time and a visit to the winners circle can be assured with better racing luck. SHOO SHOO BABY — Was carried extremely wide when beaten last time. This juvenile should atone for that setback at next asking. HAPPY SUE — Lacked ample racing room when making belated bid behind Mr. Bleu. Victory against similar rtvals can be expected. TIN TWIST— This youngster had a rough trip, in local debut and should find a group of maidens to his liking before the end of the meeting. SLIEVEMISH — Hard-hitting plater has been close up in recent starts and appears ready to turn back a band of ,500 claimers. NICKEL — Was blocked repeatedly when making belated rally in start behind Paterfamilias. Connections should find suitable spot in near future. BIRD FLIGHT— This shifty sprinter has been training cleverly as indicated "by recent six-furlong trial completed in 1:15. MISS TIGRESS — Two-year-old filly was rank parading postward in latest trip to gate. Should improve with additional experience. ILL BE — The manner in which this sprinter registered his last victory would seem to suggest more trips to the coveted circle. CURLER — Was impressive in recent three-furlong work traversed in :36 while* in hand throughput. RIVER~~DOWNS GALLEST — Consistent veteran showed flash of best form in last effort. Could be coming up to best races. KING CLERK— Ordinary fellow who has .been improving with each race. TEAZLE — Change of barns should not affect this three -year-old miss. Look for brackets soon. GALA DREAM— Honest mare and little chance to show her best when in close through stretch last outing. Has a good burst of late speed. ROMAN SANDAL— Trainer Doug Davis has his charge in peak condition. May be the best sprinter on the grounds. WHIFFLE AWAY— The way this mare responds to pressure suggests that she will keep on winning. Is a reliable router. VADAPUR— This two-year-old filly looks like the fleetest of her age in training. Might take the measure of the colts also. RECIE B.— Recent move in :49 from the gate shows that this one will earn brackets soon. HOOSIER LAD — Training moves indicate that this one is being prepped for distance effort. Could score at first asking. KINGIE — Route effort may have been too far for this one. Can make amends if shortened up.

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