Belmont Park, Daily Racing Form, 1950-05-08


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BELMONT PARK FOURTEEN GRAND — Was eased before the finish in last race when it was apparent he could not catch Mr. Jay. Will do soon. REVEILLE — First outing was very good. Probably needed the race and should earn brackets within the next couple of starts. HIGH TREND — Four-year-old who was good last summer and workouts indicate he is rounding to best of condition. DANS CHANCE — Ordinary one who attracted a good play recently but lost chance through racing wide. Wants about ,500 claiming price. SUNDAY EVENING — High grade filly which was regarded as a top two-year-old before going wrong last year. Has been training well for her comeback. CHAT NOIR — May prefer the Belmont track better than the Jamaica strip. It is the consensus of dockers that he will pop down in front before long. EARLY HEATH — First outing at Jamaica was okay and should improve off that one. A steady runner who could be worth following. BALTIMORE JIM — Double winner at Jamaica who would have made it three in a row with better racing luck. Is generally spotted where .he has an excellent chance. ABBIE BOY — Has been going well in preparation for, coming start. One of our favorite watch holders is high on this ones chances. SIR HAL — Although beaten in first outing at Jamaica, race was not a true indication of real ability. Could come home in front in field of own kind. ►BLUE ZAC— This useful three-year-old is just about ready to flash his true form. Might come home a handy winner at first asking. BROOKTOWN— Bore out badly in the stretch in recent start. With strong boy up and field composed of just fair racers has a chance to take it all.

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