Horses to Watch, Daily Racing Form, 1952-06-23


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I 8 i 3 Horses to Watch Horses who impressed Daily Racing Form representatives as being ready to win: 1 5 5 8 J . 3 1 3 7 , j 8 g 14 J 2 8 b 7 7 9 9 8 8 8 8 8 8 3 8 8 9 9 9 9 , |* 8 q 10 0 8 8 9 9 12 ? 12 8 8 24 ■4 7 7 d * J H 8 2 £ S I 8 8 5 5 7 7 10 0 9 9 • 9 10 9 g $ 5 11 1 12 14 J 12 2 12 J2 8 8 12 2 12 12 8 8 14 14 10 10 12 12 12 ■ 12 J 9 £ 14 •J 9 12 12 12 12 12 12 [2 12 12 j 5 12 12 11 11 10 w 12 ?. 11 12 11 H a W 13 2 10 » 8 12 j 2 10 to 9 9 7 7 11 11 *? 10 to , 9 9 9 9 18 10 10 1° 7 6 00 5 9 9 12 12 ARLINGTON PARK T f MR. BRIAR — Was impressive in coming from last place to finish second recently. Runs for ,500 claiming price. PENACTION— Found Mark - Ye - Well a 1 trifle too rough last time out, but will likely be entered back against most of f the others and should win. TOP CHOICE— Beaten favorite on the ; grass. Did not run best race. May prefer - the main racing strip. BERNROUGH— Took the overland route to come from last place and be beaten but t an inch. Is almost certain to win if f placed back in distance race and like j company. QUEEN OF CARIO— This filly should not t remain a maiden for long. Her race back i of the stakes filly, Madame Arcati, was 5 very good. KLOHOME: — Was charging at the end of f a six-furlong event recently after hav-5 ing been wide most of the way. BLENRIAM — Stable may have a good colt t in this fellow. Made up ground to be a i strong running third in the Primer r - Stakes. SMARTJAX — Good workouts here indicate 2 fitness. Could find a suitable spot before long. PET BULLY — Good sturdy sprinter who 3 wants a fast track for his best. Was un-0 beaten at Santa Anita last winter and is in hands of capable trainer. SABSON— The old fellow appears to be rounding to best form. Staged a strong , stretch run in his first outing here. . Might prefer about mile and eighth. ASHES — Has made several futile attempts, but now seems ready to break out of the ■ ranks of the non-winners. Finished second in last race. KAY DOODY— Is consistent and game. Wants to run in claiming race for ,500 J or less. Look for early victory for this one. DETROIT KING WILSON— Hard-hitting sprinter in i the Wagner barn is always dangerous s when meeting ,000 rivals. LUCKY NED — Just missed in recent middle-distance . test and is capable of trim- ming same class field. HOT PENNY— Probably needed his race in j the River Rouge Purse and will improve e off that effort. EVER BRIGHT— Speedy three-year-old j is training smartly and recently worked five furlongs in 1:01, handily, FLYING RAID— Hard-hitting mare comes s from well-conditioned stable and she 5 stepped six furlongs last week in 1:15, handily. McGRATHIANA — Improved three -year-old i colt is approaching top form and worked j . six furlongs in 1:14 under heavy weight. SUN TAN GAL— Peat filly is showing high speed in trials and was recently clocked j in 1:00 for five furlongs. ROUGH N READY — Craig plater gave sharp effort against ,000 grade sprinters s and is ready for a visit to winners circle. ;- DR. ALEX — Maiden two-year-old is show-ing improvement. Due for early gradua-fi tion here. GOLDEN PELT — Three -year -old maiden , in the Seafert barn is eligible to good spot. Works impressive. ROLL BAMA — Hallum youngster looked tj good in only local outing and probably y needed that race for a tightener. RIGMAROLE — Roughed in recent middle-distance test and can do much better r with an even break in racing luck. AQUEDUCT GEORGE DA VIES — His lone race over the e strip should have helped. Was bothered badly at the start. MISS DEGREE — This five-year-old mare e still has her swift early foot and her debut under silks at this course could g have brought her to peak condition. DOTTIE Mc C — A maiden, but after her r latest race only slight improvement is s needed to leave non-winners class. VERTIGO H. — Closed with a rush in a a sprint try "*in first start at this track. A route of ground is desired. FLYING JIB — Broke in a tangle in latest it and needs a slight drop in company. TORNAROSE — Could depart from the e maidens division if sent seven furlongs s with a claiming tag of ,500. MANDINGX3 — Turned in an impressive e tally at six furlongs here and at present lt condition should go a route successfully y if not against stakes company. PERFECT HIT — Broke slowly and raced wide throughout, but still finished a a stout fourth. POMPANO — Disregard latest effort. Can n do better when racing true. WISE MARKET— A cheap sort, but appeft" ■ due for initial set of brakets. MUCHO MAS — Just missed in a sprint try * and is better suited at a route. Training 8 moves have been good. LA FOURCHE — A drop in company could Id produce a surprise score by this one. DELAWARE PARK ITALIAN SUMMER— Closed impressively ly in last and should earn brackets against st ,000 claimers. HUNTSVILLE— Unable to get a mile and a a T f a 1 f ; - t f j t i 5 f t a i r 2 3 , . ■ J i s . j e j s 5 i j . j s ;- , tj y r e e g r is s a a it e s e lt y a a n ■ try * 8 Id ly st a a sixteenth, but possesses enough speed to beat good sprinters. INDUS — Had a rough trip in last and could make amends in similar company. JOE MANDELL — Veteran router is in ex- cellent form at present and should con-J tinue winning ways. CAMPANILLEO — Good speed in late stages of recent sprint suggests victory when stretched out a bit. VALS KID — Unable to handle Prepared in last, but raced well enough to beat many of same value. JOE RAY JR. — Moved a bit too soon in last and was defeated narrowly by Kaster. MAABROOK — One of the best looking youngsters to show during the meeting, BURNHAM WOOD— Good local races say this one should not remain long in the maiden ranks. POST CARD — Sprint victory and recent good trials say this one should score if able to find suitable spot. LITTLE FLIRT II. — Scored impressively last out and should have little trouble with non-winners of two. LUCKY LICK— Closed well last out and could triumph over ,000 two-year-olds. LAVENDER HILL— Three - year - old filly who may possess a touch of class. Eligible for non -winners of two races. SUFFOLK DOWNS TEDDYS DEVIL— A three-year-old maid-e en who displayed enough in his last to suggest an early graduation. SPY RING — Trained smartly for her seasonal bow but raced green. Should im-;, prove in next outing. MONTMARTRE II.— Last two starts of this Argentine -bred were good enough to endorse his chances against top allowance performers. NEWSPAPER— A capable middle-distance plater whose weak underpinning has hampered his success. Last was good enough to warrant consideration next outing. DOMQUIL — Raced like a good two -year - old in recent victory. May be the one to beat in Mayflower Stakes. STAR CHIEF— A highly regarded juvenile who overcame early trouble in debut only to weaken near the end. Should improve off that start. PEGASUS II. — Off-track may help this aging gelding. Improved in recent turf race. LITTLE WHIM — Inexperienced rider cost this one a victory in last. Rates another chance over middle distance. ANNA — A cheap sprinter who has pro- gressed enough to suggest brackets are in order. EXECUTION— Reclaimed by former train - er from last, a race in which he suffered interference when appearing ready to take command. Should regain winning form at first asking. MONMOUTH PARK SINGING BEAUTY— Three-year-old filly probably was in need of her first race here. She has speed and a touch of class. FAIR DEGREE — Pretty cheap sort, but is better than recent races indicate and might surprise going a distance with ,500 platers. HOOPDEDONT— Sophomore son of Hoop Jr. is just learning how to really run and might be able to take a little jump in company, GNU — May not be as good as he was during the Garden State meeting, but he is still capable of earning his share. SKIPPER BILL— Juvenile had a good turn of early speed in his initial outing and should take the laurels when matched against maidens. BLUE MIRAGE — Sprinter is in good condi-r tion and will be a tough one to beat in his next try. SHERRY— Had little chance to show his best the first time out here. An "off" track moves him up considerably. DONNA BOORSE — This mare seems to like the Monmouth racing strip but needs a slight drop in company. SUPREME — Maiden sophomore is showing steady improvement and should gain brackets before long. MARCH BRAT — Gray colt appeared very sharp winning his race here last week and should be good enough for an early repeat. CONFEDERACY — She was a trifle short the first time and also had trouble. May register next out. riverHdowns JOELLEN — Manner in which this miss scored first success of the season suggests she will repeat soon. Can handle the routes. CRAZETTE — Manley mare was poorly nan- died in last outing. Consistency of this one belies the effort. RENO UGRAMIN — Steady-going performer has been knocking at the door in latest efforts. Should find winners circle soon. I LOVE YOU— Four Freedoms filly was closing very rapidly in two-year-old race recently. Shows signs of waking up. COIN GAL — Indecisive handling at crucial stage of race cost this gray filly her last race. Is a racey performer and should make amends. EMORY A. — Sufficiently tightened in last race to score at next asking. Has been burning up track in morning trials. WHIP ALL — Son of Best Seller shows steady improvement in each race. Can sprint or go longer distances. ETERNAL BRIEF — Should make welcome : addition to new barn. Winner eight times ; last season and will earn claiming fee ■ quickly. BAY BAM— Recent five-furlong move in i 1:01 shows that this one is fit to score ! soon. Connections have suitable spot selected. DEANNA— Has not been able to handle the j middle distance races. Should be more ? successful if kept sprinting. MELS BEST— Addition of blinkers to this two-year-old may move him up enough 1 to be winner. OMAHA BUDDYSVAN — Ordinary sprinter possesses s high early speed and may forget to stop P next time if properly rated. PERMA — Was the victim of poor racing ? , I luck in previous start. Merits another t opportunity against similar rivals. LADY LASSATOR— Appeared a trifle short t when beaten by Vohenjr and that one e may have served as the necessary tightener. COURT VERONA — Talented two-year-old i was shuffled back immediately after the e start in local debut. Better racing luck £ is all that is needed. FIRST BAR — Has been knocking at the e victory door and should find field to his s liking in immediate future. ANDY DISPLAY — Drop in classification is s all that is required to assure victory for r this better-than-average performer. LITTLE BAD — Connections should find 3 suitable spot for this allowance sprinter r before close of present meeting. JEAN DOWNING— "Three-year-old maiden n has been close up in recent starts and d : ; ■ i ! j ? 1 s P ? , I t t e i e £ e s is s r 3 r n d should encounter but sUght difficulty In earning initial win. PLYING MURAL— First start after several months of inactivity was impressive. Three-furlong work completed in :35% indicates readiness. CARTERS OATS — Comes from well-trained unit which sends its charges postward fit and ready. SONATAY — First start here was creditable. Improvement with additional racing can be expected. NOWLOGGIN — Closed resolutely in last sprint engagement and appears ready for creditable route effort. ASCOT PARK HOT TACK — Showed some late foot while going a mile and a sixteenth with ,000 platers. May be the race needed as a tightener for a winning performance the next time. MONTAERA— Has been rounding to form gradually. Last was excellent. May get the job done when stretched out a bit. DEEP RED — Has been consistently well regarded in the betting, and closed well going a route the other day. PENNY ANNIE— Recent six-length victory so impressive that she will have to be considered in any event. GRABRO — A recently beaten favorite but he was in tight quarters leaving the stretch turn. Could be the one to fear amid a fair band of platers. MEGOCYCLE — Was pinched back as he was making his move into the backstretch the last time. Some racing luck should help « nsiderably. LITTLE RAJAH — Displayed good early foot in his initial outing at the meeting. An off strip, however, moves the Challedon gelding up a few lengths, EXCELLENCE — A beaten favorite the last two outings. Not too much class but has been consistent in the past, BARBAZURE — Somewhat of a champion in these parts. Has been training well over the Thistle Down course and should earn a portion at the first asking.

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