Horses to Watch: Belmont Park, Daily Racing Form, 1954-06-07

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BELMONT PARK MR. TURF The manner in which this one scored in his first start after lengthy period of inactivity would seem to indi-cate-additional future successes. PRODUCTIVE Two-year-old gelding displayed high speed in debut and should i encounter but a minimum of difficulty trial in 1:01, handily. CARD TRICK Continues to train cleverly as can be evidenced by recent five-furlong trial in 1:01, Handily . MABS CHOICE Was forced to take complete overland route in start behind Miss Weesie. Merits another chance against similar rivals. PERMIAN Closed resolutely last time after being practically left at the post. Tab for future score. UNCHARTED This plater possesses high early speed and may score at next asking if properly placed. $ FIRST WATCH Encountered repeated interference in recent Freetown Purse; improved racing luck is all required. SPINNING TOP Has been close up in recent starts, and appears ready for winning effort. CHATEAU Closed with belated burst of speed in sprint last time; probably would prefer a longer distance. LETDOWN Ordinary plater lacked ample racing room on several occasions in previous race; should find field to his liking in near future. BELLE REQUEST Appeared a trifle short last time; that one may have served as the necessary tightener. PEDDIE Slight drop in classification is all needed to assure victory for this shifty sprinter. CARRY THE NEWS This allowance filly showed speed in first start following lengthy rest and may have needed that one to retain top form. PUTNEY Was bested narrow margin last time after leading until well inside the stretch; seems ready to turn back ,500 rivals.

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