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r nil .i. — I,, , _,. . ,. „ ....,.„, i — — i Trackmens IzrJZXZ Ohcprvntinnc Form rePresentatives S UJC I V U I I U 1 1 3 0$ being ready to win: C, A/ W. A. A Willig U/iZ/iVf L.F.— // f a ► bothered bothered in in last last start. start. This This miss miss will will C, A/ W. A. A Willig U/iZ/iVf L.F.— // f a By LOYAL — Needs only to be dropped down a notch to show to best advantage. RICH UNCLE — Just a cheap sort, but capable of winning a three-quarter mile race from own class. BEST BIRTHDAY— Is training in a manner suggestive of an early victory. Can handle fair horses. GEM W. — A useful plater who is rapidly rounding to best form. May win at first asking here. JUKE BOX— Will be hard to beat if not overmatched. Is superior mudder. GUIDE — This three-year-old is about ready to earn brackets. Stable should find the right spot. BAKERS BOY— This juvenile has schooled and trained well enough to win first time out. LADY LIBERTY — Won at Sportsmans Park and should get away with a purse here before long. ROYTIG— May be a better than ordinary three-year-old. Shows to splendid advantage in the mornings. WOOLERY— Should get away with a race with cheap horses. Clockers like this one. STELL— A useful ,000 plater who usually earns own way. Likes a route. TWIXT — Showing steady improvement in morning trials and shouldnt be long in taking down a purse. LOU JAY S. — Has had a race and now should be ready to earn brackets. This youngster may have some class. DEVILS CRAG— This old campaigner still has plenty of run left in him. Should not be long winning here. By G. Peterson CD.— SWIFT FLIGHT— A bang-up second to the shifty No Blues recently, clearly indicates this three-year-old is about ready to earn brackets. Has been training well. COLD CRACK— An honest performer who will reap considerable benefit from a recent distance race with such elite company as Pot o* Luck. MARCHON— All set to greet the judges. Tab him in his next six-furlong endeavor. SUGAR CHEST— One of the better juvenile fillies on the grounds. Tuned up nicely recently with a clever second to Cross Bayou. GOOSEBERRY— A hard-knocking veteran, all set to make his presence felt with plater company at a mile and a sixteenth. CRACK REWARD— Beaten only a nose in his first start, this sprinter is all set to grab off a purse. Watch for him in an allowance test at six furlongs. ZACAPET — An easy winner his last out, retains his fine edge and may be a repeater. AUNT LUCY— A trifle short in her seasonal debut, this sprinter is ready to earn brackets. Watch for her in ,000 company. FLYING COLORS— Gave good indication that he can retain his speed in recent second to Artillerist in three-quarter mile dash. DROLLON— Turned in smart effort in seasonal bow. Needs only to improve trifle to reach the money. PRETTY MARY— Her recent second indicates this maiden is soon to earn her diploma. Flashed good speed in prior race. NAVY CROSS— Would have won last with more judicious handling. Is one of top sprinters on grounds. WOODFORD ANNIE— Should experience little difficulty turning back a band of ,500 platers at six furlongs. OLD KENTUCK— Probably needed recent race. He can do better and may be tagged for an early victory. By C J. Connors Bel.— BEAUGAY— A nice sort of juvenile who will be a strong factor from now on. MRS. AMES — This miss has speed and when properly placed will be a strong factor. NEBRASKA — A steady-going plater who should find seevral opportunities in route races. CASHMERE: — A slight drop in company will suit this one who is at home over a route. COLCHIS — Rounding to form and better than an empty stall in sprint races. FORUM— This fellow is advancing steadily and should be a strong contender here. SILVER PLATE— An improved plater who is on edge and ready for a good effort. SORISKY— Likes this track and in a cheap event over a distance will be a strong factor. WAR TROPHY— Was jammed up in early running last time out and then finished well. This one will improve. MISS DRUMMOND— Has a high turn of early speed and with seasoning will be a strong contender in sprint events. STILL BLUE — Last race good and improvement can be expected. Should be a factor in own classification. WISE SUN— Finished stoutly through the streteh in last race and will improve over that effort. OUR CANDIDATE— Was blocked trying to go through on the inside last time out, came around and then hung at the end. PURE GOLD— Drifted out slightly and ► bothered bothered in in last last start. start. This This miss miss will will improve. AXIOM — Closed with a rush on the inside and then hung. This filly will improve before long. INTACT — Likes a route and in own classification will be a contender. ORE-THE-LEA— Will improve over last race. May have needed that one to tighten up. MINEFINDER — Has speed and is about ready for a good effort in own company. Likes a route. SHEER LUCK — This one will improve and is worth tabbing for sprint races. By E. P. Heagerty Del.— RARE — Delaware Park debut was a beauty. A repeater of that last is all that is needed. BOBTOWN— Can do much better than that opening day race would suggest. Distance race is preferred. REDGIE — Worked well at Pimlico but was a beaten choice in debut. May show improvement off that race. STATESMAN— May be a little better than generally rated. Was made too much use of in early stages of last race. MILCAVE — Trainer Feltner has prepped this mare in excellent fashion. An early win over a distance of ground is in view. SANDY TRAIL— Has been highly placed in races this season. Will win a race when dropped down somewhat. BOX SEAT— A highly regarded maiden who should not be long in graduating from the non-winner class. GRANLAG — Pimlico conditioner put this plater on edge for a top effort. Trainer W. E. Jones has his stock in good condition. CUSHLAMACREE— It will take a high-class mare to beat this one when she is at tops. Works and races indicate she is now ready. SEA COMMAND— Has been sprinting well but would prefer a distance of ground. Fast track preferred. DUDIE — This gelding is as sharp as hands can make him. Has always-been partial to this strip. SPARE MAN — A veteran sprinter who will make his presence felt with the best campaigners on the grounds. MUGS GAME— Routers of the claiming variety will have this one to contend with when vieing for purses this week. POMPA NEGRI— Delaware Park trials on this mare have been very good. May be sent a distance of ground. PLANE SHADOW— Regarded as a sprinter, but any distance will suit. May be a fair price. By C. H. Johnson Tdn.— ADVANCE CALL— Might win at first asking. Has been working well. BUCK LANGHORNE— A one-time useful distance performer who is due to find a field he can trim before long. COMMANDO TOM— Has a few good private trials to his credit. Might surprise at a sprinting distance real soon. DAY DODGER— A useful sort who should justify support. EDUCATED— This one might very well "show up" the opposition if well placed. Is highly regarded by his connections. GOOD MESSAGE— This juvenile may not be long graduating from the maiden ranks. Closed well in first effort. KNIGHTS QUEST II — Reported real "sharp" right now. MARCELLE B.— Two-year-old gifted with a world of speed. Might earn brackets next time out. POMPTON— Should soon capture one of those six furlongs affairs for non-winners of two and for ,000 classification claiming entertainers. SNOW BELLS— This two-year-old fillys connections regard her highly. TOMMY T.— Off last race should pick up a purse real soon. ADVANCE CALL— Should shortly earn a purse in one of those six furlongs tests for ,000 claiming classification sprinters. BLUE GRASS BOY— This two-year-old is well advanced in training and might score real soon. CINDA B. — Lost much ground in last essay. But for this she might have been right there. EPISON— Should win next time out. Needed that last race. HARD BLAST— Was wedged in on the turn in most recent outing. Moved fast when clear, and probably will make amends in forthcoming try. LETTER V— One of the top handicap performers on the grounds. Is reported fit. MATE ME — This juvenile might very well earn brackets next time out. MONTREE— Off his last race this five-year-old should soon score. Was a bit short. PARICO — Discount his last start. Can do better. POMPTON — Experienced bad racing "luck" and poor handling in both starts here. Should win next out. SASSY PATRICIA— Has been working well since her last try, and is due to earn brackets before long. TETRADAN— This one comes well recom mended by the clocking brigade. Is a shifty sort. By D. S. Fair Nar.— AMAZED — Hard-hitting sprinter; can handle ,000 company and recently worked handy half-mile in :49 over a slow track. NIGHT WAVE — Three-year-old maiden filly; is eligible to a good spot and morning trials have been sharp. MONO MILLER — Mud moves this mare up and she is at her best when sent over a route of ground against mediocre company. CLANSMAN— Startled work-watchers the other morning when he stepped five furlongs over a sloppy strip in 1:02%. handily. JOSIES PAL — Useful mare when sent over a mile, and any track suits if she Is not pitched too high in class. ANZAC— Trifle short when defeated by Davitt, and also had some bad racing luck. Capable of beating same field next out. CREAM — Victim of poorly judged ride when bowing to Jamoke, and the race should serve as a tightener. LISTING — Only local appearance was impressive and he should earn a purse at Gansett when matched with ,500 routers. KEWEY DEE— Smart three-year-old; continues to train satisfactorily and is rated tops in his own age division. WEATHERITE— Fast mare when fit and her race behind Dr. Jeep indicates an early visit to winners circle. SANTA ELISA— Turned in several fine performances in New England during the 1944 season and she is in good condition. DARBY DUCAT— Honest filly when not overmatched and she gave good account of herself in only local appearance. AIR RATE— Two-year-old colt in the Wyse contingent is showing speed in morning trials and should win a purse here. MAXIMONT— Finished fast after losing much ground in last outing and he should be hard to down when sent six furlongs in ,500 company. DOOR YOCK— Recent races indicate that this ,500 plater should score when sent mile and a sixteenth on fast track. SHORT STAY— Eligible to three-year-old allowance race and she prefers six furlongs and a firm racing strip for best effort. STANLENE— Cheap plater retains good form and she can hold her own on muddy or dry track at six furlongs. By J. R. BattyJrP.— MILLMORE — This aged gray sprinter made two starts here after being on the shelf for over two years. Both efforts1 here were good and he should earn a set of brackets soon. APRIL SPOON — A four-year-old son of Apprehension that made his initial start jecently at this meeting. A five-furlong dash for maidens could produce a1 diploma for this one. SHE ROLLS— A cheap plater who is rounding to form. Will go better over aj distance of ground. HURRIGAL— Made her debut in a five-furlong dash and closed a gap after trailing in the early stages. Her best| races are over a distance of ground. HOOKS — Speed is this ones forte. May have needed a race and should give! better account of himself next out. CHORUS — Took the overland route in his last outing and just missed. The manner in which he performed showed he is at peak condition. LADY ALLEN— Had dead-aim on her rivals when she swung wide at the head of the stretch in her lone start here. If she keeps a true course she is capable of handling company of ,000 variety. HARD BISCUIT— Is a consistent sort and usually pays her way. Morning trials are worthy of giving her a chance. REVIEW— Was overmatched in her first engagement here. Facing a cheaper brand of sprinters she deserves a mention. EL CABRILLO— Discard his last. Was practically left when the start came and closed a wide gap before tiring. His 1944 record speaks well. YOUNG GEORDIE— Will see action against the better regarded horses campaigning here. Missed top laurels by half a length in opening day handicap. GOURMET— Wants a distance of ground and will most likely appear in some of the better races carded at the meeting. BUBBLING EASY— Romped to an easy victory in her first start. Served notice then that she will be hard to beat at this meeting.