Probable Preakness Field: Fourteen Splendid Three-Year-Olds to Strive for Big Prize.; Peerless Miss Joy Rules Favorite--Cuban Derby Winner Rebuke a Sure Starter., Daily Racing Form, 1922-05-12


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PROBABLE PREAKNEiS FIELD Fourteen Splendid ThreeYear Olds to Strive for Big Prize Peerless Miss Joy Soles Favorite Cuban Derby Winner Re ¬ buke a Sure Starter BALTIMORE Md May 11 With the run ¬ ning of the 50000 Preakness Stakes but a matter of a few hours away interest in tho decision of this valuable threeyearold race has been aroused to fever heat in this lo ¬ cality and is the sole topic of conversation not only among the horse and turf followers but the general public as well wellThe The Maryland Jockey Club has completed completedlaborate laborate preparations to entertain what will willundoubtedly undoubtedly be the largest concourse of peo Pimico le that ever assembled at the historic Pim ico track trackThe The field for the big race promises to be arge numerically and scintillating with qual ¬ ity The prospects are that a dozen or more will start and the probable contestants will come followingMontfort from the following GarnerMontfort Montfort Jones Miss Joy 121 M Garner Montfort Jones St Henry 114 no boy Grcentree boyGrcentree Stables Galantman 114 Lyke LykeGreentree Greentree Stables Pirate Gold 114 Pen ¬ man manR R ButwellF T Wilsons Pillory 114 Butwell F E Browns Hephaistos 114 McAtee Pelican Stables Oil Man 122 Lang G LangG W J Bissells Champlain 118 Stirling Lexington Stables Missionary 122 Schut tinger Schuttinger tingerQuincy Quincy Stables Relay 126 Ponce J PonceJ K L Ross Spanish Maize 114 Turner G TurnerG A Cochrans June Grass 114 Keogh T KeoghT Monahans Rebuke 126 Kelsay Kelsayoeagram oeagram Stables Bulldog Drummond 122 Thompson ThompsonAll All the abovementioned horses are on the grounds trained to the minute and pro ¬ nounced ready by their trainers trainersMISS MISS JOY O GRAJKD FOR3T FOR3TThe The peerless Miss Joy the main hope of Montfort Jones establishment is the present favorite for the race and will likely rule as such when the starters send the field away on Saturday Miss Joy worked the Preak ¬ ness distance a mile and an eighth in 152 before leaving Kentucky and is in superb form Mack Garner will ride her in the big race raceTrainer Trainer Frank Bray of the T Monahan stable announced this morning that the Cuban Derby winner Rebuke would be a starter in the Preakness Jockey Kelsay will journey down from New York and ride him R himR T Wilson president of the Saratoga Racing Association on his way home from California will stop over in Baltimore to witness the running of the Preakness Jockey PreaknessJockey Lawrence Lyke came down from New York this morning and will ride Galant ¬ man one of the Greentree Stables candi ¬ dates PreaknessPirate in the running of the Preakness Pirate Gold was shipped down from New York and is credited with being the best of the northern invaders on the strength of his last race raceBox Box parties in the clubhouse Inclosures have swamped the officials and among those that have reservations are Mr and Mrs Payne Whitney Harry Payne Whitney J K L Ross R T Wilson G A Cochran Montfort Jones Mr and Mrs W M Jef ¬ fords and Mr and Mrs S D Riddle RiddleNorman Norman and Joseph Seagram came down from Canada to join their brother Edward who has been a visitor during the meeting

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