Horses to Watch, Daily Racing Form, 1955-06-27

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Horses to Wqtc h Horses who impressed Daily Racing Form representatives as being ready to win: ARLINGTON PARK 1 CHALLA BOY Recent workouts indicate that this gray racer is in good shape for his initial test over Arlington Park. MARK L. Was backed into short-priced favoritism in very first start but tired after having led well into the stretch. PELOUSE Is in hands of capable trainer and has been showing fine form in the mornings. Almost certain to find spot at this meeting. JUDY RULLAH Won first start here in very impressive fashion and could be the best of her age and sex on the grounds. HAPPY AGE Likes the Arlington turf course and closed fast in recent short race. Likes more distance. PRINCETONIAN $ 5,000 claiming runner who seems to like the grass. Finished strongly recently after having been in rather tight in stretch. AMBIGUOUS Three-year-old turned in a smart effort last Wednesday. Was in tight quarters on the inside in the stretch. TOLLESBORO Keep this Calumet Farm runner in mind. Fast finish at six furlongs recently. Will be dangerous with allowance race for three-year-olds at longer distance. WHIRLABOY Runs for ,500 and last race was quite good. Came from some distance out of it to be good going third. DARK TOGA Two-year-old has now had a couple of outings and should soon find band to trim. Races and trials have been creditable. GUARD RAIL Has been going along well with his training1 and might come through with a smashing race the very first time to the post. DAUNTLESS DOGE Workouts indicate that this one has a fine measure of speed for five furlongs. Might be capable of going on. DETROIT RAGE COURSE SILENCE Ypsilanti Stable plater retains good form. Clockers caught him three furlongs last Friday morning in :35Vo handily. FAST TRAFFIC Kosiba Stable four-year-old colt is rapidly reaching peak form. He has been three-quarters mile here in 1:16 handily. SEDGEVIEW Ordinary plater probably needed his recent race. He stepped five-eighths mile in 1:01. MONEY BROKER Grissom Stable stakes winner is advancing steadily. Breezed six furlongs last week in 1:16. POINT BARROW Cheap but useful plater had "bad racing luck in last local start. Capable of trimming same class field. MARSE ROBERT Grand Stable sprinter always gives a good effort and should soon beat a field of ,000 grade rivals at six furlongs. PRINCE RIVAL Segretto middle distance racer was beaten by narrow margin, at one mile and one-sixteenth last out. Can handle muddy or dry strip. ALL IN ONE Hard-hitting sprinter is rapidly reaching top form and displayed high early speed in recent engagement. DEAR TINT Trifle short when beaten by B. Prompt in a six furlongs dash last week and probably will improve off that race. HIGH LIVING Morgan Stable plater finished strongly in a mile race and he should soon down a band of ,000 rivals. BRIGHT SHOES Tamarack Stable sprinter was narrowly beaten by Endon last week in an eight furlongs overnight event. Clockers report him razor sharp. DING NOW Looked good last Thursday while working three-quarters mile in 1:15 handily. AQUEDUCT DARK BELLE Began tardily in last start and did not gain best stride until late in the running. Merits another chance against similar rivals. PETAL Slight drop in classification is all needed to assure victory for this better -than-average middle-distance, performer. DRY VERMOUTH Closed determinedly in a sprint last time and appears ready for a creditable distance effort. QUEENS BEECHES Classy English filly began sluggishly in first start, but has been prepping cleverly since and may score at next asking. BOB-O-BOB This juvenile colt showed high speed in debut and should not be long in earning graduation victory. AFFRIGHTED Was forced to take up sharply when in close quarters during early running of last start and was unable to recover. Tab for future score. BLACK RECORD Appeared a trifle short in first start following lengthy period of inactivity, and that one may have served as the necessary tightener. " PINUHTA Was rushed into contention after being shuffled back at the start last time, then tired as a result. Tab for future score. PARIS RABBLE This plater possesses high speed at middle distances and should find a field to his liking in the immediate future. MAEVIDO Two - year - old maiden filly showed speed in xlebut sand should, not be much longer in earning initial set of brackets. BEGORRA Was unable to be sternly persevered with in start behind Diving Board when his rider lost his whip. Merits chance for atonement. DEEPDALE This three - year - bid came forth with a creditable effort in first start and may have needed that one to I attain top form. MONMOUTH PARK SANDVAR Raced well into the final stages of his last race here and then may have been a trifle short. Should go Well against a similar field. ROMANDALE Vastly improved performer. Probably would have won his last had the rider not urged him to make his move too soon. NANS MINK Promising juvenile. Would have finished closer in his last race but for running into a blind switch on the turn. WARM ENOUGH Seems rounding into winning -form and will be a tough foe entered for ,000 at a mile and a sixteenth. AIRPAK A good grass performer, but prefers to race with the pace, and consequently gave a poor effort here when taken back at the start. GRAND TEMPO Not able to carry speed for any distance, but showed enough early lick in last race to suggest he will be ready when placed right. GREY HOUR Appeared pounds the best in his last start when he was practically left at the gate and made up many lengths to be in a dead-heat for third. RADICAL This performer has a touch of class. Probably was short for his last effort and would do better if he comes back within this week. LIGHT MUSIC Has been training well and probably needed his race here last week. REIGHBOUT-Could not get up at six furlongs after coming off of a distance race, but he is as sharp as hands can make him. SAC SQUAW Has been working very well and should be ready for her first outing. NARRAGANSETT PARK - BEACH BALL This cheap claimer left the starting gate in a tangle in last start and consequently lost all chance. Try once again against ,000 claimers at six furlongs. PRINCE VILLON Lost all chance in last race for just as he moved to the leaders in stretch he was .bumped and knocked off stride. Tab right back against band of ,000 distance runners. FLOOR BOSS Juset won his 11th race of the year against 0,000 company and the manner in which he keeps improving suggests that he might step up and handle more select company. WARTESIA This juvenile filly went in the air and was off poorly in last start against a band of maiden two-year-old fillies. Give her another chance for in that effort she was still able to close a large amount of ground. PETE HARDEY This three-year-old improves greatly with each race and now appears ready to earn his first purse of the meeting. LITTLE FERD Had no chance in last start for he was trapped along inside rail for last three furlongs. Tab this one right back for he is fully capable of handling a field of ,500 claimers at six furlongs. NEVERSINK Had plenty of excuse, in last start against ,000 claimers going a mile and one-sixteenth for her rider was forced to snatch her up sharply when caught in a speed jam entering first turn - and thus dropping her far out of con- j tention. ETERNAL MARK-Was pitched a trifle high in last start for she was going against top sprintersin New England and was still able to finish a strong second, i ZEALOT Last effort was too bad to be true so that this three -year-old should be given another chance against ,500 claimers at six furlongs for his form is far better than what he showed that day. DELAWARE PARK GEORGE W. W. Made up considerable ground in crowded field last out and appears ready for brackets. WHITE DRIFT Beaten favorite in last but might have been in need of the effort .following absence from competition. ELJAKA Broke tardily in last and turned in strong effort to be second against ,500 claimers. MR. TREASURER Proved no match for Pollys Jet in Christiana but should have little trouble with non-winners of two. ROUGH BRIARS Was unimpressive in last but is capable of better effort against similar opposition. PATUXENT Displayed good speed in debut, only to weaken in late stages. Early graduation looms. CURRITUCK Whipped ,500 claimers so impressively that elevation in claiming price should not prove a detriment. DONNA BOORSE Veteran mare retains j i good form, and should handle field of ,000 routers. HILLTOP II. Surprisingly good effort by this invader in sprint company suggests possible victory when stretched out to a distance. AUGHILL Beaten narrowly in fast time in debut and victory over maidens appears fairly certain. AURATUM Excellent effort in first start suggests this one will not long remain a maiden. WAR TUNE Took seasonal bow in 1:10 and should continue winning ways if suitable spot arises. THISTLEDOWN FREE TOO Should earn a purse at this meeting competing for a claiming price of ,000. RETERITA Recent sprint races are fair but this three-year-old filly could register a surprise tally when asked to go a route of ground. DECAPOLIS This full brother to Summer Tan is at peak condition and missed earning a purse in latest start because of poor racing luck. HELFORHAY Won a purse here at long odds and might repeat when sent a mile or longer. WHY SURE Had been on the shelf some time before recent local appearance. Possesses speed and should take down a purse in the near future?" WEED SEED Gave a good performance when fourth to Euclid and might have needed the outing to reach peak condition. FENEMOR Just missed in latest rout attempt. Deserves another chance. BARGE IN Closed strongly in a recent sprint try and should go better when sent a longer distance. OREGAY Appeared green in her only local appearance, but this filly might improve and register a surprise tally before the meeting, ends. MICHAEL T W A slight drop in company could produce a winning effort for this four-year-old son of Degage. Latest race was creditable. RIVERDOWNS JUMPY JOHN Began slowly in last endeavor, then closed boldly in the final stages. Should click in a few days. CYDS BABY Faltered in the final stages after displaying a world of early foot. May hold on long- enough in next assignment to grace the winners circle. RUNNING GIRL Turned in a commendable effort in most recent engagement and should garner a purse in the very near future. TOY KITTEN A promising juvenile who finished second in her debut, and another performance of that sort should find herself in the charmed circle. IWONIT A capable router who scored an easy victory last time postward and should have little difficulty accounting for another purse at the first asking. ESSENTIAL Is rounding to peak form as his effort attests. This son of Alsab is long overdue and his next engagement should be a winning one. GLOW GAL An improved sprinter who barely missed in last and could account for the top portion of the purse in next encounter. j STEP-UP-JIMMY A promising two-year-old who can really turn it on when in a running mood. May make amends for his recent defeat real soon. Worth tabbing. MUCKLE HART Finished second in last engagement and is likely to improve on the basis of that effort. TONYS TROUBLE Barely missed in latest encounter and should score next time out. Will bear watching. PRINCESS SEVEN Disappointed in last, but may atone for that defeat in the very near future. Rates another chance. HEREDITY Turned in a splendid effort in latest endeavor only to be beaten in the final strides. May hold on long enough in next engagement to grab a purse. FA1RMOUNT PARK BUSY GAL Came up a good thing here last Thursday night but was unable to hold her speed. That race is just what she needed for a winning performance. COME EARLY Last race was better than past performances show. Had to lose much ground after a slow start. Rounding to winning form. BOERIAN Just missed in last and is showing steady improvement with racing. Should earn brackets this week. SHADE S Needs an inside post position. Has had bad racing luck in last two starts. BLUE GALAHAD Comes from a consistent stable. Races with the cheapest kind and should earn his keep before the close of the season. CARRIER GIRL Gave a startling performance last Thursday night. Was in tight quarters near the end and with better luck could have been much closer. EASTER WINGS Disregard race here last Thursday night when unable to get out of her own way. This is a real speed- ster and one of these nights will take it on the "Bill Daly" -and make each post a winning one. WRAGGLE-TAGGLE Is capable of giving a better effort than the one here last week. Lacked his usual late rush. Prefers distance racing. IMPERIAL ACE Better than average maiden performer. Has trained -well since his effort of a week ago and is ready to leave the ranks of non-winners. DR. PENTICK A little short the last .time he raced here. Is a speedy one and is ready to enter the winners circle. MARCY DAY A two-year-old in need of racing experience. Could prove best of her sex here. OMAHA TOP DISTANCE Was pitted high in last and was unlucky to lose his rider. Tab when back with lower grade sprinters. GRACIE ANN This homebred juvenile gave a good effort in the first division of the Ak-Sar-Ben Futurity. Appears ready to gratuate from the maiden ranks. PEPPER L. Dropped back immediately following the break in last effort. Shifty three-year-old that should earn her third purse of the meeting before closing day. RUDDY LEAF Rough trip in last when crowded entering the stretch when racing with ,000 sprinters. .A slight drop in company should be all that is necessary for a winning effort. FLEET ABBEY Stumbled at the break when strongly supported in last. Appears capable of handling ,000 sprinters and should be dangerous in next outing. MIRANDA C. Continues to knock at the door and gave a sharp effort to finish second to Waleta H. in last. Should han-" die a band of ,000 sprinters. FAST MOTION Owner-trainer C. L. Sis-son should lose little time in scoring with this recent claim. Was going strongly at the finish of the Madison Purse last Friday. i . .

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