Preakness Stakes At Pimlico: Field Of Thirteen High-Class Three-Year-Olds Named To Strive For The 0,000 Prize---Miss Joy The Ruling Favorite, Daily Racing Form, 1922-05-13


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AT PIMLICO FIELD OF THIRTEEN HIGH CLASS THREEYEAROLDS THREEYEAROLDSNAMED NAMED TO STRIVE FOR THE f 50000 PRIZE MISS JOY TEE RULING FAVORITE BALTIMORE Md May 12 The 50000 Preakness Stakes carded for decision at Pimlico tomorrow and the premier attrac ¬ tion of the spring meeting1 presented ths morning through the entry box thirteen named to start The field that will parade for the rich prize is a wellmatched one and from present indications should furnish a stirring spectacle The track which was drenched this morning by a severe rain was slow today Weather forecasts for tomorrow are for clear weather and the efforts of a large track force should bring the going up to a state of at least being good goodThe The starters named through the entry box with their owners riders and probable odds are as follows Hoise Wl Rider OdJs OdJsfMiss fMiss Joy 121 M Garner 3 to 1 1fSt fSt Henry 1M B Marinelli 3 to 1 JGalantman lit A Thomas 5 to 1 1JPirate JPirate Gold 114 L Lykc 5 to 1 1Champlain Champlain 113 D Stirling 15 to 1 1Spanish Spanish Maize 114 C Turner 12 to 1 1Oil Oil Man 122 C Lang 20 to 1 1lune lune Grass 114 C Thompson 6 to 1 1Hephaistoi Hephaistoi 114 L McAtee 4 to 1 1Rebuke Rebuke 12C W Kelsay 20 to 1 1Ilea Ilea 114 F Keogh 15 to 1 1JPiilory JPiilory 114 L Morris 15 to 1 1iSiipcrlatiTe iSiipcrlatiTe 114 J Butwell 15 to 1 1fMontfort fMontfort Jones entry tUreentrec Stable entry R T Wilson and W J Salmon entry The Maryland Jockey Club has everything in readiness to entertain the largest crowd in its history and as weather predictions are favorable for a bright clear day old Pimlico will undoubtedly be taxed to its capacity to accommodate the immense crowd of rac ¬ ing enthusiasts that will journey here from New York Philadelphia Washington and surrounding cities not to say anything of the local admirers of the horses and racing racingW W Covington had Montfort Jones Preak ¬ ness candidate Miss Joy on the track before the running of the first race today and she galloped fiveeighths in 102 Mack Garner was astride the filly and had a strong hold on her all the time timeMr Mr James Butler and party of seven including his son and daughterinlaw Ad ¬ miral C T Grayson and party Dr and Mrs Gary Langhorne Lord and Lady Astor Major and Mrs Percy Smith Wallace Arm ¬ strong W H West J E Widener Mr and Mrs Harry W Sage J E Madden Montfort Jones Mr and Mrs H P Whitney Mr and Mrs Payne Whitney R T Wilson Jr Com ¬ mander J K L Ross and Howard W Max ¬ well have reserved boxes in the clubhouse section for the running of the Preakness

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