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Horses to Watch Horses who impressed Daily Racing Form representatives as being ready to win: BALMORAL CHERRY — Two-year-old who has been training well in prepping for her "next start. May be a good one. SANDY M. — Ran an impressive race on the turf recently to graduate from maiden ranks. Could win right back at another good price. FIDDLE — Has been working very well at short distances and appears to be in shape to run best race first time out. HOMEPLACE — Shapes up as a very good two-year-old, who will be hard to beat in Wednesdays Joliet Stakes. NICKIES BOY — Liked uhe turf course in last race and was a good going second. Seems to be about due to finish in front. RESIGNED — Look for good coming effort at seven furlongs or over. Was going fast at end of six furlongs in last. JO-CLARE — Finished very fast in last race and might be capable of trimming same kind next out. Runs for ,500. LORIDALE — -Closed with belated burst of speed recently. Was tipped and was favorite, but made, late move. s SHERRY L. — Virtually left at the post in last start and closed much ground to be a very fast going second. ROMAN BOSS — High priced Hasty House Farms two-year-old who was a fast gaining second in good race recently. MAID OF COTTON — Looked very good in initial start here. Could come back with another smart effort. TIPQQUILTj — Worked six furlongs from the starting gate in 1:13 here the other day. That was an excellent move. Should be dangerous. DETROIT RACE COURSE JILTED GOB — Buhl stable colt is razor Bharp. Clockers caught him five furlongs in :594/5 last Friday morning. FOXIE JEANIE — VanBerg stable filly retains top form and she has been five-eighths mile in 1:00%, handily. SIGS ACORN — Maiden two-year-old was trifle short in last local start and should soon pay visit to winners ring. BAY BLOOM— Hard - hitting Irish -bred stakes winner comes from a smartly-trained barn. Morning trials are on quick side. WHIRLING BLUE S— Fashionably-bred four-year-old filly is training impressively for her seasonal debut. Recently stepped five furlongs in 1:01%. ROYAL S T O N E — Maiden two-year-old raced willingly with Count Swedak and appears due for early graduation. BUCKS FREEDOM— Useful middle distance plater was beaten short margin last out. Belongs with ,000 company. TRIM DESTINY— White stable colt is one of the best three-year-olds on the grounds. Worked three-quarters mile last week in 1:13%, handily. BEST FLEET — Parachek stable plater raced impressively in last local outing and probably will improve off that effort. QUEEN MARGE — Devereux stable junior miss is ready for a top performance. She breezed four furlongs in :49 last week. MISS ROBBIN — Bowed to her stablemate in recent mile event after turning in good effort. Prefers fast track for top race. BLARNEY JACK— Maiden three-year-old had rough trip in last local engagement. Morning trials are good. BELMONT PARK ALCD3IADES II. — Was unable to be sternly persevered with during stretch run in last start after his rider had dropped his whip. Merits another chance against similar rivals. PHANTOM SONG— Slight drop in classification is all required to assure victory for this better-than-average sprinter. SHIMKE — Has been close up in recent starts and should find this field to his liking in the immediate future. NOBLE LAD — Appeared-definitely short in first start following lengthy period of inactivity and that one may have served as the necessary tightener. SCOTSMAN BOND — Continues to prep cleverly for forthcoming -engagement. Recent five furlongs in 1:00% over sloppy strip indicates sharpness. MISTY MORN — Was compelled to take the complete overland route when starting stretch bid last time. Improved racing luck is all needed. OPEN AND SHUT — Disappointed last time at short odds, but should atone for that setback at next asking if not too ambitiously placed. OIL PAINTING — Comes from smartly-trained unit which sends its charges postward fit and ready. Tab for future score. PARLO — First start following lengthy rest was highly impressive. Improvement from that one is expected. FISHERFOLK — Two-year-old maiden displayed high speed in latest effort and should not be much longer in attaining initial set of brackets. TALORA — Closed with a belated burst of speed in recent sprint and appears ready for a creditable middle-distance effort. AIMING HIGH— This Whitney juvenile filly flashed high speed in debut and appears ready for winning effort at next asking. NARRAGANSETT PARK " * PIPE OF PEACE— Lost all chance when he went in air at start of last race. Tab right back against handicap "company over a distance of ground. CLAYS CHOICE— This one has been running out on the turns in recent efforts and consequently has lost any chance he may have had. Try him again, for connections are certain to change equipment and straighten him out? Can either sprint or go a distance of ground. WABASH MOON— Was eliminated in last start when carried to outside rail by bolting horse. Take Tight back in allowance event at a flat mile or more. OIL GENE — Encountered quite a bit of trouble in last start, but was still -sufficiently good to finish a strong third against ,500 claimers at six furlongs. No reason why this gelding should not enter winners circle in very near future. SILLY SARA— Unlucky to lose last, for was shuffled out of contending position at half-mile pole and then forced very x wide entering the stretch to lose any chance she may have had. Try her against ,000 claimers at six furlongs. MIGHTY MIXTURE— This two-year-old maiden had a very rough trip last time out and should be given another chance, for he is fully capable of handling, a field of maidens at the five-furlong distance. ACRIA — Should be given another chance to earn her first purse, for in last outing she was soundly bumped at start ■ and forced to take up sharply to lose all chance. RUNNING CREEK— Appeared as if he may have needed last lace as a tightener and consequently should be ready for his best effort in next trip postward. Will probably go best against band of three-year-old maidens at six furlongs. BELLUNO-At peak of form right now, but undoubtedly wants a fast track for his best effort. Take right back when he gets right type going six furlongs against allowance company. DELAWARE PARK CALL ME LUCKY— Handled maidens so easily that another victory is expected over non-winners of two. MR. TREASURER— Finished, second in debut following clever trails and should enjoy early graduation, EDS DANDY— Maiden of the claiming variety who could earn a purse if stretched out to a mile and a sixteenth. CURRITUCK— Four-year-old maiden finished second in initial appearance and should handle $£,000 claimers. NIVAL — Maiden three-year-old fillies probably will find this one hard to handle in next appearance. FLEET FIGHTER— Raced well enough von opening day to suggest victory in £he near future. WONDROUS HOUR— Opening-day victory indicates this one is especially fond of the local strip and will handle top sprinters. CERISE REINE — Morning moves assures that this mare is fit and ready for local debut. GALLANT JUNIOR— Recent good mile in 1:41% suggests that brief respitesmight have helped this middle-distance racer. CLASSY CHANCE— Cheap plater who improves as the distances are increased and should find ample opportunities. TELEPOST — Hasnt raced since promising Maryland debut and is in good hands for brackets. TIBERIAN — Raced well over this strip as a two-year-old arid should win at first asking. THISTLEDOWN CHANCES ARE— A four-year-old filly who might surprise going six furlongs while competing with ,000 claiming company.. SILVER CROWN— This three-year-old is considerably improved since leaving Florida this spring. Deserves following when competing with mediocre allowance company. SHY PEG— Disregard this fillys disappointing effort in debut over the strip. She should redeem herself when cured of the foot injury suffered during that race. PROUD RUBY— An ordinary sort but her latest race was creditable and she might score a surprise tally soon. PARAMODE— A muddy track might help this one earn a purse. SAND FLY — Just missed in latest. Appears due for a victory. PRANDIUM— Failed to recover after encountering close quarters in "most recent try. Deserves another chance. BELFASTER— This five-year-old has a lot of class and Should continue to pay his way competing against ,000 claiming company. NOTHER SPEECH— Gave a good account of himself in a sprint try and should go better when sent a longer distance. MONTAERA— A route of ground might kbe needed to produce a winning effort* for this campaigner. FAIRMOUNT PARK BORN BOSS — This two-year-old maiden is racing greenly and with a few more starts and a longer distance, should have little trouble moving out of the non-winners ranks. BLAZER HORNET— A little better than rated. Can handle any kind of track. Lost too. much ground in last start to earn brackets. ISSYBEE — Gave a smashing performance last Friday night. Had little chance to do its best in the stretch run. Was in close quarters near the end and with better racing luck could have been much closer. SUBJECTIVE — Waiting for mud with this one, although he is capable of winning over a fast track. FAST SONG — Allowance or races for claiming horses of ,500 will find this one ready for a winning performance. BUSY INDIAN — Better than rated. Could spring a surprise in next outing. A rough one when at the top of form. TRACE PLAY — As fit as hands can make this one. Wont be long before he knocks out a victory. PAJARA — A veteran 10-year-old campaigner who earns his keep at all meetings. A recent arrival from Ohio and is expected to make his appearance this week. TACK TO — A locally-owned one who was a bit short in distance race last week. Should serve as a tightener. MIGHTY EPIC — Gave a good performance in first start here. Was one of leading three-year-olds in this area last year. Has a preference for mud but can trim some of the best when track is fast. IMPOLITE— Made racing debut here several nights ago. Was a bit short in that one and should improve. Is half-brother to Bright Imp. SHADE S — A recent arrival from Ohio. Morning trials are good. OMAHA STYLES DREAM— Good grade sprinter who worked half in :47% recently and appears to be in top form. Was unlucky to lose rider in last. BUSY VICTORY— Was going strongly at finish in last. Tab first. time out over a route of ground as added distance is to her advantage. BLUE POST— Appeared best in last, but raced extremely 1 wide* entering the stretch. Should be hard to handle when back with same kind. LONGONE— Performed well at the recent Former Park meeting and appears ready to romp home here. Was forced to take the overland route in last. DR. TULIP— String with this router from the large string of Rorick and Lane. Consistent winner here in previous years and late outing stamps him ready. ROYAL GEORGE — This homebred juvenile overcame interference to win his only outing here. Could easily come right back. BITTER FOX— Trainer P. W. Hodges has this mare in top form and she will be a strong threat when back with ,000 • sprinters. PAPAGAYO — Has shown speed when matched with the better three-year-olds here.- A drop in company should be sufficient for a winning effort. WISE BILLING — Lacked racing room entering the stretch in last. Should lose little time in earning her second victory of the meeting. TICKAPOO— Knocking at the door and has been pitted high in recent strides. Should find a band he can handle soon* RIVER DOWNS ATOMIC MESSAGE — Showed a wealth of early foot while a beaten favorite in last. Should redeem that effort at first asking. FOXLEY LASS— Turned in a commendable effort the last time, and should score in the very near future. A" rather promising juvenile. JASON — Just missed in last and should garner the major portion in the next engagement. LITTLE PAPOOSE— Improving steadily as most recent effort indicates. Tab for an early victory. MISS REVOKED— Set the pace to the head of the stretch in last endeavor and should have benefited considerably from that race. Brackets could be in order the next time out. GRAND JUROR--A consistent router, who closed with good courage. Should click soon. PERFIDY — On the improve and may garner a purse shortly. An "off" strip helps — but will bear watching. TIN WATCH— A shifty performer, who is attaining peak formrMorning trials indicate fitness. SMOKE TALK — One of the most promising maidens on the grounds, who should graduate in the near future. SIGNAL CODE— Set the pace for a half-mile in most recent trial, then faltered in final strides. May forget to stop the next time.