Dick Welles Selections at Tijuana, Daily Racing Form, 1926-04-07


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Dick Welles Selections At Tijuana SHASTA LOVE— CHARLIE MURRAY-SHASTA IRISH. The opening race is at four and a half furlongs for the juveniles. SHASTA LOVE ran a good race her last time out and has but to repeat that i erfoi mance to again be I returned the winner. CHARLIE MURRAY is capable of furnishing the winner a tussle I and is picked for the place. SHASTA IRISil, coupled with the first mentioned, is liked for j third. POP RYAN-BOONEVII.LE— FULL MOOX. POP RYANS recent races would not indicate he is apt to win here, but he is a speedy trick when in a racing mood, and its said that he is now nearing that form. BOONEV1LLE has been turning in some creditable races of late and is expected to furnish the contention. FULL MOON looks like a cinch for the show money. BLACK PAT— VOOGERIA— LORD TiUIIUI. BLACK PAT has been coming along in a manner to suggest that he is just about ready to get down in front. The distance should suit him well also. VOOGERIA has only started once at this track to date, when she finished beaten off. Is fast when fit and may prove the surprise of the race. LORD VALENTINE took a spill in his last race when in a contending position. If the tumble didnt take too much out of him, think he can land third money here. ALL MUM— BELLE K.— JUDITH FAIR VIEW. ALL MUM tired after setting all the pace in her last essay, and the race should have done her much good. Expect her to romp home an easy winner against her company today. BELLE K. won a close decision against Lady Longridge last out. If she runs back to that race will proved dangerous. JUDITH FAIR VIEW appeared a little shoit in her most recent race. Like her for the show. MISS EMMA G.— BRAZOS— VAXDER-BURG. MISS EMMA G. has a win to her score recently and should be able to chalk up another win here. BRAZOS is old, but still has plenty of speed left in those legs of his. Is best suited at this distance. VANDERBURG ran a close second to George Starr last out and if he were to run the same race today would prove a dangerous contender. CAPISTRANO— GO FOIN— MISS LESTER. CAPISTRANO is asked to carry 117 pounds and give Don Eduardo six pounds in the weights, but should bo able to do it with ease. He has beaten better company tlfan opposes him here. GO FOIN hasnt been able to cop a purse at this meeting to date. Should get the place money without trouble. MISS LESTER is a speedy filly, and is apt to beat any mans -horse. Look for her to furnish plenty of contention. BRASS BAND— SEA WRACK— SON- O-UNC. BRASS BAND ran a fair race his last out and if he improves any at all over that effort, could be returned the winner. SEA WRACK has been threatening to win right along, but hasnt been quite good enough. Looks good for the place. SON-O-UNC likes a distance, but is apt to be up in time to grab off the show money. JAMES B. BROWN— STAMP— MY DABBY. JAMES B. BROWN has been close up in his last three starts and only lost his last out by a nose. Should now be in winning form and is looked for to cop this race. STAMPS recent races have not been up to his grade. Is expected to land in second place. MY DADDY is a fast front runner and if he gets away in front of this field, they may never catch him. THE FALCONER— BROTHER JOHN— CLEOS ROCHESTER. THE FALCONERS recent races should be. thrown out in doping the probable winner here. Is said to be in winning form at present, and if it is so, should be able to trim this bunch easily. BROTHER JOHN seems to have trained off a bit of late, but is capable of getting the place money if in any form at all. CLEOS ROCHESTER always runs a true race and is the one liked for the show.

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