Horses to Watch, Daily Racing Form, 1959-05-04


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Horses to Watch Horses who impressed Daily Racing Form representatives as being ready to win: g SPORTSMANS PARK t " RO-ADD — Had no chance in last, coming fi * out of starting gate sidewise, but closed _ fast when back in stride. PLEASURE SCOUT— Was badly outrun in * last, and from far back while circling q _*• field to get third money and should benefit off that race. | QUICK MASTER — Really nice three-year- old, all morning trials being excellent. « Ready for winning effort. „ CALS CHOICE — Has a good rest and ap-S pears to be fit and ready now for top * performance. j j_ BETSY WILL — Speedy juvenile has been j showing marked improvement in each 2 and every start. j MISS TULSA — A very improved two-year- i old who was beaten by scant margin in ■ last outing. J] LEBANON LAD — Very consistent aged j ■a plater who revels on this local oval and 3 is ready for best effort. IRISH DREAM — Was a challenging second j on last outing; is bound to show improvement off that race. SOUTH KANSAS — Three-year-old maiden ready to click if placed in with horses of same kind. * HAFTA HUSSLE— Appeared a bit short in last race here; should improve off that outing if placed right. SUN KING — A nice handicap performer 1 who won two here and is at peak form at present; will be heard of plenty here these coming weeks. SPRINGFIRE — Three-year-old who has been knocking at door on two occasions. Seems fit and ready for top performance. TERI — Top-flight race mare who should , go good if catches an off -track; races here have been tops. FERN B. — Nice filly has been turning in some impressive morning trials and is ready for good race. LUCIETE — Speedy sort who stopped in last but was still able to get show money; should be fit now. CHURCHILL DOWNS ASADO — This fast colt could come right back and repeat last winning effort as he appears to be improving greatly with racing. May be able to handle allowance company now. CAPITALS FLAG— Probably needed last and should be given another chance when placed with ,000 claimers at 6 furlongs. MR. M. J. — Impressive in first outing of year and is likely to improve sufficiently off race to win at next asking. Six furlongs against ,000 company would seem most likely spot. NINA JO — Won convincingly last week at first asking following a long layoff and may have little trouble in coming right back and handling up to ,000 claimers at 7 furlongs. | RIGHT IS RIGHT— Lost all chance at start in last and deserves another opportunity when placed against ,500 claimers at 6 furlongs. SINGACE— Made seasonal bow a winning one here last week and should have little trouble in coming right back to handle ,500 claiming company at 6 furlongs at next asking. SIR MODRED— Could well have been best in last had he net altered course in upper stretch. Tab right back aaginst ,000 company over distance of ground. TROUBADOUR II.— Particularly impressive in winning here last week against top allowance company and should have little trouble in repeating that 1 1-16 miles victory. PIMLICO RACE COURSE GOLD AWARD — Beaten favorite in last but figures to make amends against similar company at 1 1-16 miles. INNISHOWEN— Failed to show to advantage at Bowie and Laurel but improvement can be expected over Pimlico grass. KING DARE— Has raced well in late stages i of several of his races and appears ready for additional distance. LORD GREGOR— Recent return, following enforced period of idleness, found this ; one showing additional desire to win. • MICHORE — Good training over the Pimlico track suggests change of racing surface will prove beneficial. PROUD PATRIOT— Steady improvement t has been noted in Maryland outings and I graduation seems near. SATAN HELPER — Appeared best when a 1 head behind Inswept in last and should 1 regain winning form in near future. SHAMROCK GREEN— Lone Maryland outing was fair and suggested victory over "■ ,000 claimers during Pimlico meeting. . STOLEN GLANCE— Broke in a tangle and , appeared in need of education when unplaced as the favorite in her debut. TOO MUCH BRASS — Changed hands following . galloping victory over ,500 claimers and should experience little difficulty with non-winners of two. fi q j i j j * 1 , | i ; t I 1 1 "■ , . JAMAICA ? AT SEA — King Ranch three-year-old filly * may have needed her recent race. Prefers the middle distances and can handle any type footing. * CROSS CHANNEL — Jackson Stable stakes j performer is at peak form. Stepped a mile over wet footing at Belmont in 1:41, handily. GOOD AS GOLD — Ewing Stable mare is I training impressively and displayed speed in the Whitestone Purse. Is a shade off the top ones. I HICKORY SMOKE— Maiden three-year-old filly lacked early foot but finished * fast in race won by Punta Gorda. Capable of trimming same class field. IRA EAKER — Midas Farm juvenile was beaten short margin track record time last out. Can handle muddy or fast track. r JIMMER — Four-year-old Bolero colt is razor sharp. Recently worked 5 furlongs through slop in :59%. handily. i LOVELY IRENE— Cotton Stable middle distance plater comes from a smartly-trained barn. Belongs with ,500 class rivals. MID ERIN — Robbins Stable maiden middle distance plater had a rough trip in race won by Longus. Appears ready for a winning effort. MISTY FLIGHT— Wheatley Stable colt is 1 regaining good form. Stepped a mile at Belmont inl:40% and any track suits him. OUR FAITH — Maiden two-year-old raced ] greenly but finished second the first time she started. Appears ready for graduation victory. TAGAMA — Kroese Stable three-year-old miss gave a sharp effort back of High Bid in the Greenport Purse. Is one of the . best of her age. WING JET — Papa Redbird colt looks and acts good. Worked 6 furlongs at Jamaica in 1:1445, handily, from gate. SUFFOLK DOWNS COLUMBIA GEM — This former classy racer showed improvement the other day. May be coming up to a winning effort. EDAS STAR — Should show improvement over lone local effort. Has the speed to lead from wire to wire. LAND LOVER — Can be expected to give a good effort any time the track is off. NATTILL — This maiden broke poorly in first start of year and was still good enough to finish second. NOTED — Was in tight quarters repeatedly during the stretch run in his last start. REBEL COUNT — This juvenile turned in a top rate performance after breaking slowly. REEDY PARKY — Will be more at home when sent over a distance of ground. SOME BEAU — Apparently disliked the holding track in her last start. Could leave non-winners ranks when competing over a fast track. TOTAL OSCAR — Was going strongly at the end of recent 6 furlongs event. May do better when going over a distance. WARM UP — Won her only start over the track to indicate she can move up in company and still be a winner. MAUMEE DOWNS BETTY PAT — Disappointed in last outing : but is capable of a better effort. May register at the first asking. BREEZY INDIAN — Showed vast improvement in most recent essay and may grace I the charmed circle within a few days. DALES NOD — Was barely beaten in last contest and should make amends in the very near future. GOLDEN KERNEL— Set the pace to the ! stretch in recent test but faltered near the end. May forget to stop in next en- gagement. GREY GRANITE— A steady going performer who should earn a purse shortly. Prefers a route. JOES HONEY — Has plenty of early speed ■ 1 and may be hard to beat should he attain " a long enough lead from the starting gate. LEAD STORY — Is back in form as most I- recent effort would attest. Tab for early victory. NAUGHTY BETTY— Was a bit tardy get- ting away in last but closed strongly in i the late stages. With a more alert start, this campaigner should have little diffi- culty garnering a purse. SPINDANNY— Lost a close one in a photo finish in last endeavor but may atone for r that defeat this week. SWIFT SUMMER — Showed the way to the 5 final bend in last then could not keep up. • Should hold on long enough in next to be 2 victorious. * * j I I * r i 1 ] . CAHOKIA DOWNS BLONDY SUE — Stepped away from a field of two-year-old the other night and just galloped through the stretch. BUD BURR — Showed a good turn of speed but was another who was short. FASCINATED— Appeared to race greenly and was in a peck of trouble down the backstretch in first start here. Finished full of run. " LITTLE BUBBLES— Could prove a handy j one with a race or two to get the feel I of the track. NORCO — A beaten favorite last start. Seemed to be short. QUEEN AURATA — Good juvenile was a winner here last week. Likely to visit winners circle often. SUNFLOWER MISS— Sprinted to a front-running score at 7 furlongs. Is eligible to come right back. TRUSTFUL— Missed in a game try. As the meeting progresses, will round into winning form. VIRUZA — Was beaten by the narrowest of margins opening night. Will do long before this meeting ends. WAXING MOON— Ran into a tiger the other night when pitted against Sir Richard R. but, with the latter out of action, this one will do. ASCOT PARK BATAVIA BEST— Loose bandage may have bothered this one when well backed in slop. Give another chance to make amends. BIG TRY— Arrival from Keeneland had misfortune to get away slowly. Closed much ground to finish second and appears likely prospect. CLEVES DREAM — Beaten favorite at j shorter Ascot distance may have been best with even share of racing luck. DUSTY BLUE— Blue Pair mare back in winning form and always dangerous on I heavy or slow track. HALS MISS— Resisted stretch bid in maiden race in manner that indicates he will not remain a maiden very long. IKURRIN — Rushed along with the pace over 7 furlongs in last but likes to come from behind in route race. MAU MAU — Debut over muddy track was not too. bad and with slight improvement should handle same bunch.

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