Trackmens Observations: Horses Listed Here Impressed Daily Racing Form Representatives as Being Ready to Win, Daily Racing Form, 1944-04-10


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f C Horses listed here im- TV /f f* ¥Y% A W% rUCKmen 5 pressed Daily Racing 1 ■ * Form representatives J DSC rVa 1 1 0 n S as being ready to win: • By C. J. Connors Jam. — BABY DUMPLING— This one wintered well tnd trials here indicate that a winning effort is not far off. ARIEL GAME — Has speed and is on edge. Tab for an early score. FLASH — Has shown good speed in trials and indications point to a set of brackets in quick order. OFFENBACH— Raced well last season and shows steady improvement over the cold months. BIRD HAWK— A prized member of the Greentree establishment who will bear watching in a hurry. SUNDAY SUPPER — Spent the winter months in Aiken and trials there and here are exceptionally good. AT PLAY — This veteran is pronounced okay by the railbirds. Can sprint or go a route. VALDINA ALBERT— A recent arrival from New Orleans, where trials were convincing. ALFIOS — A steady campaigner as a two-year-old and is .pronounced ready by workwatchers. DANCE TEAM — A better-than -average performer last summer and wintered in , good fashion. Should win early. QUENT REYNOLDS— A promising three -year-old in good hands. MIRACLE KIN— Wintered in Aiken and trials there are reported as real good. JACO ROYAL — Has shown some good efforts and is pronounced ready. BREEZING HOME— This one can "fly and when not overmatched can be a strong factor. PIDA — On the cheap side, but in own class should develop into a factor. TOPLESS TOWER— Trained at Aqueduct and recent trials are reported as very , good. SWIMMIN HOLE— This fellow was bothered in several races in Florida, but will perform in improved fashion here. MAROGAY— On the veteran list, but is better now than in a long time. ♦ By E. P. Heagerty Pirn.— NEW MOON— A Maryland-bred who has shown keen liking for this strip. May reach winners circle first out. ROYAL PRINCE— This three-year-old son of Dauber is training satisfactorily for his seasonal debut. ARMED — Ben Jones may pick a spot that will keep this one on the unbeaten list. SILVER PENNANT— Not too much on stamina, but should click early in the meeting at six furlongs. SOLLURE— Three-quarters of a mile will: catch this one and it may be in the opening -day stake. JAY JAY — An old-timer who was retired , last year, but who has trained well for his comeback. j RED WONDER— Trainer Shaw has this miss razor-sharp and she may take a ! ! purse over good ones. | , , MOST ALERT — This one is strictly a j sprinter, but is as honest as they come. I PREPOSSESSING— This juvenile should show to better advantage when stretched j OOt to five furlongs or three-quarters. LAYAWAY — Beat some of the classy ones in New Orleans during the winter and hM always raced well over this strip. WAR ART — A cheap router who could I score with a large price tag. OUR BLEN — Not much on class, but al- ; ways manages to win a share of the purse. JOHN Q. PUBLIC— Should take downj 1 main share of purse in one of the early j | juvenile events. 1 HIALEAH — Appears to have wintered well and will have a fighting chance at six furlongs. TICKY OTIS — Trainer Hanna is working! | : hard with this one and may be rewarded with an early victory. * By D. S. Fair Nar.— FAIR CALL — Has shown good speed in his trials and is one of the better grade horses on the grounds here. WHITE HOPE — Has been wintered, but is ready and prefers a distance. LINWOOD JIM— Another that has been | | freshened. His training moves have been good. KANTAR RUN— A router who likes this track. Should have no real difficulty j winning when placed right. REZTIPS — In good hands, likely to grace the winners circle at an early date. SUPREME IDEAL— A cheap, honest selling plater fit as hands can make him. Good one to follow. SICKLE SUN — Has displayed good speed i ! in her trials since arriving here. Chance to return long odds. CONRAD MANN — An old local favorite who has wintered here. Private efforts indicate that he is ready. 1 GUY HOTTEL— Off his winter form, this ; fellow may be hard to beat over a distance. Shipped well. HIGH FOX— Harry Pratt will be in the saddle. His races at Hot Springs were not his best. WAR GLEAM — Very consistent and is fit to go a distance, but has speed to sprint and may score in such event. FREE TRANSITJust in from Florida. Is , ■ strictly a sprinter and due to click. PETES BET— A cheap performer who has shown speed in his morning trials. Goes well in tough footing. PANTHER CREEK— A cheap selling plater who has been freshened and in present trim may neter the winning circle at the first asking. 1

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