Trackmens Observations: Horses Listed Here Impressed Daily Racing Form Representatives as Being Ready to Win, Daily Racing Form, 1945-06-11


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1 Y n If 1Y% O II C Horses listed here im- i Observations SSHS | By W. A. Willig LF.— f CRIMSON TIDE— A high class plater who j was never better than he is right now. Do not overlook. SIGNALS BLOKE— Private training sug- j gests this Denemark performer is going to be hard to beat if not overmatched. AMERICAN EAGLE— This is a dockers special. May be a good one to follow. • BEAU WOLF— A three-year-old maiden * who should not be much longer earning I a set of brackets. LIBERTY CRACK— Is just a cheap plater, but is capable of paying own way. Prefers to sprint. I COLONEL READ — Trained and raced well at Louisville before coming here. Will bear watching. DEVALUE— Not too reliable, but may get 1 away with a purse when least expected. ALAR — Just failed to last the other day. May stick it out if given another chance. TEX HYGRO — Made up much ground in recent try. MADILIj — Turned in a good effort a few days ago. Would not have to improve I much to win. THANKFUL— Throw out recent race on this one. Has worked well enough to 1 suggest improvement. BIG BURLY — Was victim of poor luck in the Joliet Stakes. Should have been much I closer. LIBERTY PAN— When right this one can handle fair performers. 1 RUSH ACT — Can do better than he showed a few days ago. Was a victim of poor racing luck. i BLUE GRAIL — Among the better two-year-olds here. Is sharp as a briar. c By G. Peterson CD.— FINAL REWARD— Fits in with ,000 fillies j at three-quarters. Might have won last ■ out but for racing wide. FLYSOLATE— Closed strongly after being , away last here several days ago. Should j I leave maiden class before close here. j ■ BOUNDARY LIGHT— Last in which he i closed fast to be second to Hopeful Re- I ward likely to benefit her. STRUTTER— This three-year-old has dis- J j played some improvement and may ! graduate from maiden depths real soon, j CALEXICO — Possibly his last did him | some good. Placed with cheapest sprint- . ] ers at three-quarters, he should go well. DIAMOND DICK— Displayed good speed I when beaten a head and a nose in his first start of the year. Should do at I I three-quarters. BERGOLATER— beaten Bob Narrowly by , -, Mann in recent race after bearing in badly through the last sixteenth. Acts j like stayer. AWAY— Pitted too high last time. If | dropped down should be fighting for the money. Continues to train well. ! J VALDINA LORIA — Training in fine fashion. May click first out. CHOPPY SEA— Finished third after beginning slowly in Jiis first try of the year. I Race should benefit him. JAMERICA — Showing improvement and should take a purse before local meeting ends. Was second in last appearance. i * NOTFORME — Morning training moves . . ,-.- ts radv for three-quarter mile engagement with ,500 per- C v;.s bang-HP second to Hughie L. Belongs with ,500 sprinters. IN ~~*£*l4*jandi — one of the top two-year- | , ■ olds here and will have no trouble winning next out. By C J. Connors Bel. — RUN LADY— This miss will improve with ■ . racing and is worth tabbing in a maiden j race. MILITARY MAN— A good finisher and I one who may show to better advantage over a route. CHANCE NICK— Showed speed in last ! ! start and may improve over that effort. ALBULIL — Closed well last time out and in similar company should show to ad- | i vantage. DATURA — Raced greenly and swerved re- | peatedly in the running in first out. This I miss will improve with racing. THIN AIR — A drop in classification will ; suit this one over a route. , OATMEAL — A distance performer who is on edge and may be a strong factor in j own company. OFFENBACH— Has speed and is ready for j a good effort in fair company. THE THANE— Has some creditable efforts and recent works have been good. TERSE — Likes a sprint route and in own classification should be a strong factor. j j STICKY KITTY— Has not raced to expectations although training trials are good. I JUSTA NOTE— Training well, should be a strong factor next time out. BARON JACK— Closed with a rush in last start and just failed to get up. Is on • edge and ready for a winning effort. JACK S. L. — A better-than-average sprint- ■ er who is training well and ready for a good effort. MARANSART — This one may pop up some afternoon and show the way to a fair : lot. • LEGEND BEARER— A steady-going one. I I who. on recent trials, appears ready for I a good effort. |] f j j • * I I 1 I 1 I 1 i c ■ , j I j ■ i I J j ! j | . ] I I I , -, j | ! J I * i , ■ | ■ . j I ! ! | i | I ; , j j j j I • ■ : I I I |] BERTIE S. — Raced well last time out and closed with good courage. c MOON MAIDEN — Last race on this one K below best form. This mare can do better. , LIGHT REIGH— A steady-going plater who should annex a race over a distance in cheaper company. By D. S. Fair Suf.— i FORE AND AFT — Hard-hitting two-year-old is capable of good performance on a muddy or dry racing strip. Works are 1 sharp. BOY ANGLER — Aged sprinter has a touch of class and is partial to the Suffolk I Downs track. Belongs with top grade platen. TASCOSA — Only outing at recent Gansett meeting was impressive and should graduate from maiden ranks at an early ■ date. CYCLORAMA — Better - than - average sprinter and morning trials suggest that he will soon visit winners circle. * BRIAR PLAY — Training satisfactorily and ready to give a good account of himself against field of ,000 routers. TICCO — Cheap but honest filly and she can ] handle any kind of track. Prefers six furlongs and is in excellent condition. " BRIDLE BAR — Maiden three-year-old filly j should graduate when dropped down with I ,000 company in six-furlong race. WEATHERITE— Mt. Desert Stable mare is eligible to good spot in overnight allow-! " r ance sprint and morning trials are fast. AMAZED — Useful sort when matched with ,500 platers at six furlongs and recent works indicate that he is fit for top effort. I SIR PENNANT — Strapping two-year-old l colt will be nominated for Suffolk Downs stakes and he is rated one of the best in his age division. MONO MILLER — Mud moves this mare up considerable and she is at her best when sent mile or over. Belongs with ,000 rivals. MIDNIGHT RIDE— This aged campaigner | has trained well arid he is eligible to a j good spot. Last Gansett start was impressive. HYWICK— Trifle short when defeated by ] Windmill and she may make amends for that reversal when pitted against three-year-olds at six furlongs. i * KEWEY DEE— One of the best three-year- ■ old colts in training at the local oval. Be- ! longs with high class company. SOLLURE— Shade off stakes calibre but | hard to whip when matched with over- I night handicap horses at six furlongs. BULL PLAY— Well-conformed three-year-old maiden colt displayed good speed at recent Narragansett meeting and should soon graduate. » By E. P. Heagerty Del.— BUSY MAN — Not too much class here. but a sharp horse at present. Needs a distance of ground for best race. CHANCEGAIN— Forget that last race. This filly is a fair sort and capable of beating members of her sex. FOX BROWNIE— Was many lengths the best in recent sprint race here. May be returned from New York for another , effort at this track. GOOD ODDS— This mare was short in her j debut, then came back and refused to , break. Next start may do it. HASTEVILLE— Trainer Charlie Feltner has this veteran as fit as handscan make a horse. Can beat the best. HAPPY BUCKIE— This three-year-old will ] show improvement over his 1944 races. May be better than generally regarded. J ANEGRI— Routers of the ,500 claiming variety will find this mare giving them a race for their money. 1 LIMEHOUSE— Well prepped for an early visit to the winners circle. Trainer Brooks hag a spot selected. ■ | PETES BEST— Knocked about during the | running of the first race Tuesday, i Should win with a share of luck. PRESSURE— It was a shame for this maiden to be beaten here the other day. . Possesses a fair amount of class. , PENDRAGON— Was sprinted the other day with a coming distance affair in view. , Needs only good ride. SUPERMONT— Was poorly handled when finishing second to Satin Nose recently. Will beat class "D" routers. SARAWAK — A cheap maiden, but not too far from his best effort. Has been trained for a distance race. TETON— This colt may have needed that last race. Should graduate from the I maiden ranks in the near future. THREEPLY— Fair sprinter who was placed a little over her head last out. May win at a fair price. By C H. Johnson Ran.— ACQUAINTANCE— Has a few good works to recommend support whenever entered. FANCY FACE— Lost ground in most recent essay. Should make amends for that defeat, and might score as a surprise. GALLANT BRAVE— Has been working well and might earn a purse real soon. GOOD MESSAGE— This two-year-old bears watching. In last effort was closing fastest of all. Is due to graduate any day. LADY KEEN— Should soon take down one i | c K , i 1 I ■ * ] " " r l | j ] i * ■ ! | I » of those non-winner events for sprinters of the ,000 claiming classification. MAJOR JIMMY— When placed with his I own kind is a rather shifty sort. Discount past essays here. MEMPHIS BUD— Tab for quick score. Past outing served as a "tightener. Due to earn brackets soon. OUR MEMORY— Recent private trials in- J dicate this one is approaching a winning effort. SWEETCORN— This four-year-old has a: high flight of speed, and if she can last c should score soon. 1 1 VOLO SUN— This juvenile showed to ad-; vantage in his last try. Might have been a bit short on that occasion. Should graduate from the maiden ranks before long. WATER COLOR— Was knocked out of con- • tention while moving to the leaders in his last try. Deserves another chance. -WEE BART— A speedy cheap sort who| should take down a purse soon. By J. J. HahnJrP.— TYRO LAD— The exhibition of speed he showed in a sprint handicap here recently, stamps him as the one to follow. i RISKY HASH— A rangy juvenile that raced greenly in her debut but her works are creditable. Expect a rapid improvement in this one. DARBY DEMON— Closed a wide gap in a six-furlong sprint to take second award. The race indicated he should go better ■ over a distance of ground. FISHERVILLE— He has been a trifle over- I matched in his recent efforts. Can nan- | die mud and prefers a route. WICKED — He was edged out for top honors by a narrow margin in a sprint affair in his 1945 bow. His connections will soon pit him against cheaper claiming routers. TRY FLIGHT— An eight-year-old plater who usually pays his way. He is going soundly in morning trials and might earn brackets soon. ACE OF SPADES— Took all the worst of it in a recent effort. Previous races indicate he is best suited at a distance of ground. THREE BANGS— A veteran Sir Gallahad III. product that was shipped here from j Mexico City recently and from reports he should earn a purse soon. MUTINOUS— A cheap sort that continues to turn in winning performances. He is at peak condition and is not at disadvantage in the mud. DODGE CITY— A distance of ground is preferred for this one. Fits well with ,500 claiming company. CALLIOPE — Graduated from the maiden , ranks the first time he went postward. Is a cheap sort but should repeat here. I QUEEN ISLAM— A consistent sort that will fare better facing ,500 claimers at a mile and a quarter or longer. iWHITEFORD IRMA— A Lucky Tom offspring that has plenty of early footing. Revels in mud and might register a surprise going five furlongs. SHINING SEA— May have needed her debut. Her 1944 record at this course is worthy of giving her another chance at a route.

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