Trackmens Observations: Horses Listed Here Impressed Daily Racing Form Representatives as Being Ready to Win, Daily Racing Form, 1946-06-18

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Worses listed here impressed q 1 S Daily Racing Observations r:zXtZ By D. S. Fair Arlington WISE TIGER Heres a three-year-old maiden who is going along nicely and i should win in the near future. Fast workouts. ATTRITION Has shown enough promise in racing bow to indicate a sharp effort next time out. Comes from a good barn : and should hit the mark. TOY-QUAY This mare showed a whale of a race in back of Sassy Patricia in her last start and she should beat the same kind next time. She made up worlds of ground. LADY WELCH Continues to -show good form in her races, but has been slightly outclassed lately. Will find the right spot in a sprint soon. ME AGAIN Has had little chance to flash best speed. Is razor-sharp and looks like one who will flash great improvement. JETTA T. Showed plenty of early speed the other day, but tired as if in need of conditioning. Should reverse tables on same field. SLY TIGRESS Were still waiting for this . fleet miss to find her way in a spot against maiden three-year-olds. They should never come close. HASTEN JASON Continues to be plagued 1 with poor racing luck. Maiden is going along in grand form and it will take a pretty fair sort to beat him. ZESTFUL Didnt show much after recent accident when she straddled a fence. But she is okay now. ROYAL RISK Catch this one on the turf here. In first-class condition and likes the spongy grass course. INDIAN TRACE Heres a useful plater who is fit and ready to run at any reasonable distance. Likes the mud or fast and usually steps along with the early pace. By H. J. McGuire Detroit AIR CADET Closed full of run in recent race and left the impression that a winning effort is not far away. HERES HARVEY Finished fast but missed a close decision. Should make amends: LECARTO Will be matched with maiden juvenile fillies that she can beat. ACK-ACK Beaten when well fancied. Connections will find a suitable spot. HISTORY MAKER Closed a good gap to be second. Needs only a little more early speed. VALDINA FIND Encountered interference in recent good second. Needs only clear passage to be first home before similar opposition. TEEGREETZA A two-year-old who is ready for a winning effort. BIT GAY Closed a good gap and left the impression that a winning race was near. TOP REWARD Has been a disappointment in recent engagements and can do better. NAYADA A maiden who is ready for brackets when matched with non-winners. CINDY LEE Won so easily that she must be given a chance to repeat. SWOON Has been brought to peak condition and it is just a matter of proper placing. NOTFORME Won very convincingly and should score again over similar opposition. DAI YIT In smart hands and rounding to best condition. ECOMODATE Gifted with early speed that should carry him far enough to score. By C. J. Connors Aqueduct HEADS OR TAILS Worked well and showed early speed in most recent start. May improve over that effort. FRERE MARKETTE This one will improve with racing and is worth tabbing. CROW FLIGHT Closed resolutely in last start and is on edge for a winning effort. JACKAWAKE Closed with a belated rush last time out. This one has some fair efforts in the book. OAKFORD Any improvement over last start should assure a victory for this plater. TOWN BETTY This miss dwelt at start last time out and then finished well. COMANCHE PEAK Lost much ground at stretch turn in last start and closed with a .rush. Likes the slop, and is ready. RIGHT HAPPY This one finished well in last and maybe suited over a route. CHIEF BARKER Rounding to top form and should be a factor from now on in own classification. SOME SWEEP This one has worked well and can improve over recent efforts. i : . 1 LUK OSULLIVAN Closed considerable ground last time out and may win a purse before long. CADET CARL Began slowly in last start and closed with a rush. Is on edge and -ready. MR. McGREGOR Raced greenly in debut and will improve over that effort. BRINKS Has early speed and should find the proper spot at this meeting. LITTLE SHIFTER, On the cheap side, but a good finisher and may find a spot at this meeting. By A. E. Brown Suffolk THRAX That last pointed this one out as a possibility over the same caliber claim-ers over a distance of ground. WILLOWMARK A non-winner who figures to desert the maiden ranks in the near future. Recent second behind Babo-mac attests to her fitness. BLACK TEMPEST Was victim of poor ride that may have cost the Black Servant colt top honors in his last. Should atone for that defeat at next asking. WINECUP A cheap mare who is rounding to best form. Six furlongs with a ,500 price tag should catch her. GOOD SWEEP One of Sam Garfields youngsters that had bad racing luck when forced wide in last appearance. Figures to beat a fair band of non-winners. BIMONT A hard-hitting three-year-old who will more than earn his way around New England this summer. LET ME THRU Apparently was in need of last effort when installed a short-priced choice. Is capable of a better performance. JOHNNIE MAGINN Trainer Eeddie Yow-ell may score with this one before the meeting is too far advanced. Seasonal debut showed good promise. UNCLE MOSE Nearly stole a race in his last, when he took a long lonesome lead, only to weaken slightly with the wire in sight. May hold on long enough in his next. SUPER FOOT Displayed keen early foot when opposing some of the top sprinters stabled here. A slight descent in class should do the trick. SLENDER LADY A better-than-average performer who has reached peak form. Should make amends for recent defeat in next outing. MERRY DICK Recent morning trials indicate this one is ready for a top effort at first asking. ROGUISH SHOT A recent claim that figures to pay dividends to new owners if astutely placed. Continues to train in handy fashion. MEL EPPLEY Stable is high on the possibilities of this fleet colt, despite mediocre showing in last appearance. By E . P. Heagerty Delayare DEVIL MAY CARE All races have been good and this daughter of Diavolo should not be long in graduating from the maiden ranks. HORNBEAM Disregard recent defeat over a sloppy track at the hands of Panacea. Should beat that one and others on fast strip. EQUANIMOUS Was not partial to the track or distance the other day. May win at first asking. ROUND TRIP Has won two races in as many appearances this season and seems capable of continuing his winning ways. NAVARRESE Returned to action in peak form while finishing third in a rapidly run three-quarter race. May be stretched out a bit for next start. SIR ECHO Turned in an excellent race while finishing fourth in a race for horses ridden by apprentice jockeys. Next should result in brackets. FLETCHETTE Closed with good energy while racing six furlongs. May be sent a distance of ground next time out. SARAWAK Ran his usual good race while closing many lengths behind Tedious Miss and Stingprice. the other day. May take the Montchannin Handicap on Friday. LADY HAIR AN A tough mare to beat when she catches a field with not too much early speed. Should make it two in a row. TAVISTOCK Recent education should have put this juvenile on edge for an early victory. Bred for speed and class. DOG OSULLIVAN Recent victory assured that this filly is as good as hands can make a horse. Best suited with sprinters. TALASEA Has been brought along nicely Continued on Page Twenty-Six Trackmens Observations Horses Listed Here Impressed Daily Racing Form Representatives as Being Ready to Win: Continued from Page Twenty-Five , and is ready to give a good account of herself. MALVASET Has trained especially well over the local strip and is sharp enough for a victory at three-quarters of a mile. ANATOLIA Worked well locally but was unfortunate in catching an "off" track early last week. SHAFFTE Has been well rested since numerous early season victories and is about ready to swing into action. Met defeat only once and that at the hands of Jet Pilot. By J. J. Hahn Fair mount RANKINS BOY Heres a colt who wants to go over the five-furlong distance and it wont be long before he gradutes. BRIARSON Prepping this old campaigner for a distance race. Has been closing ground in sprint tests. WHITEFORD BILL One of these days he is going to have favorable racing luck and earn a purse. PRECISE Left at the post the last time he went postward and gave a winning effort. Ready to score at the first asking. BLACK BEGGAR Another one who was left at the post in his last outing, and may be seen under colors again soon. Rounding to his best form. LOVE MARK Still waiting for a distance affair for this one. As sharp as hands can make her. LAST WALTZ May be dropped down to where she belongs and should earn brackets before the end of the session. SPANISH BELLE Still waiting for her to go postward in a distance race. Was never better. GOLDEN HARVEST Bore in badly when matched against Queen Kizzie. Could have been closer in that race. SAUGET MARIE A maiden who raced well in her only start. Appeared to be green and should benefit from that engagement. MISS TEXAS On the improve. Fully recovered from injuries received at Hot Springs. ROLLS DAY At the peak of his form and should find a race next week to fit him. ALCA EVE Getting ready for a distance race. Has been campaigning in sprints, and is ready for a router. BRIGHT BRONZE Last races have fit this speedster for an early win. WARY MARY Can sprint or go a distance, but may be sent over a route by her connections. By W. C. Phillips Omaha BRAHMAN BOY Speedy two-year-old has run well while profiting from experience. Will be eligible for favorable conditions. ALIBI-ANN Has shown that she is not far off form. Young mare improves many lengths with a post position near the rail and may sprint to a surprise victory. COO CASE One of the best Nebraska-breds seen in action at the meeting. If not placed too high will prove difficult to beat at any distance. NAVY DAY Ran away for a half mile from the gate in his only appearance, in which he displayed good speed. Stable is going to try to place for a win the first opportunity. BROWN SIGNAL Maiden had a very rough trip in his last engagement and appeared much the best. With fair racing luck should graduate without difficulty. ZANGERMAN Swift sprinter is at his best when enabled to steal a long lead over a sloppy or muddy track. If conditions are right, may pay off in "China." ORLANDO GIRL Was away from the barrier poorly and finished with a rush when beaten last time by swift sprinters. Appears to be better than ever before. MR. RABBIT Needed his first outing, in which he began rather sluggishly and finished fast- Possesses a world of lick and will be hard to head in his next. MISSY MISS Was not ready for her first engagement, in which she surprised stable connections by her good performance. Will improve in her next race. COURTAWAY Old mare is one of the speedier campaigners when the footing is soft. Watch first out over an "off" track. WEST PRINCESS Flashy filly was considered the best two-year-old here last spring. Since she has run well and is now training in excellent fashion. Loves the mud. RECALLING Was a surprise victor in a sprint. Will lengthen her margin of winning over a distance and will double whatever that may be if the racing strip is at least damp. JANES PATSY Is an honest mare with a : big heart. Although she has not run a distance race in a long time, her best

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