Horses to Watch: Jamaica, Daily Racing Form, 1950-05-01


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JAMAICA TASK — Is training up to a good race. Could be a good running horse in very first appearance. BUG JUICE— Did not do so badly in first outing at this track and that race should put him on edge. Was a frequent winner last season. COYOTE— Is in good condition at present and but for a little bad racing luck would have won last time out.. BERET— Fair maiden who closed fast in last three-quarters outing. If stretched out to longer distance could come through. AIR ROCKET — Had much speed in first outing but seemed in need of the education that race will bring. Should not remain a maiden for long. ADMIRALS PRIDE— Three-year-old from the Maine Chance Stable who is very p, good right now. Capable of beating all but the top three-year-olds. ORANGE SUN— Cheap one who served notice in last start that he is ready to win. Although unplaced, was not beaten far. LORD PUTNAM— A two-year-old who has never started but has been training very well* Figures to be a factor first time out. EROSION— Rather slow beginner who has been trying sprints. Closed big gap in last and is a possibility at fair price. BASHAW— Two-year-old maiden who could not find much running room when favored in last start. Will do shortly. GOOD CRY— A two-year-old who failed to run back to works in first start here. Could get the money on a fast track. ASKALOT — Lost much ground in recent outing. Can do better than shown. A ,000 claiming price will about catch.

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