Sport: Opinion of Weight

Which two-year-old of 1950 is most likely to succeed as a three-year-old? This week, announcing weights for next spring's Experimental Free Handicap, Jockey Club Handicapper John B. Campbell gave his weighty opinion. At the top of Campbell's list (with 126 Ibs.) stood Pennsylvania-bred Uncle Miltie,† winner of the Champagne and Wakefield Stakes. Other top weights: Belmont Futurity Winner Battlefield and Pimlico Futurity Winner Big Stretch (each 124 Ibs.), To Market (121 Ibs.), Battle Morn (120 Ibs.).

† Named for TV Comedian Milton Berle.

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