|Author:||Daily Racing Form.|
|Title:||Daily Racing Form: n. Sunday, May 14, 1922 (edition 1)|
|Publication Info:||Chicago, IL: Triangle Publications, Inc.,
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Daily Racing Form: n. Sunday, May 14, 1922
Daily Racing Form.
Chicago, IL: Triangle Publications, Inc., 1922
Morvich Wins Kentucky Derby: Undefeated Son of Runnymede--Hymir Scores His Greatest Triumph for Most Valuable Prize and Before the Largest Crowd in History of the Race---Bet Mosie Is Second and John Finn Finishes Third [article]
Important Importation: Sweeper II. Soon to Come From France to This Country.; Winner of Two Thousand Guineas and Other Great Races Fine Addition to Our Blood Stock [article]
Big Surprise In The Preakness Stakes: Outsiders Carry Off $50,000 Prize---R. T. Wilson's Pillory Is First, Salubria Stable's Hea Second And G. A. Cochran's June Grass Third---Miss Joy Unplaced [article]
History Of The Preakness: Maryland's $50,000 Stake Began as $2,500 Allowance Race.; Great Contest Between Watervale and Zeus--Sir Barton and Man o' War. [article]
Omaha's Spring Meeting: Sum of $40,000 to Be Distributed [During] Thirteen Days of Racing--The [Official]. [article]
Cleveland's Banner Crowd: Maple Heights Park Taxed to Capacity--Planet Victorious in Feature [article]
More Of The Wells Fables: Joseph Cairn Simpson's Marginal Note Gives Some Light.; Facts as Shown by Investigation About War Dance and Lizzy G. and Stud Book. [article]
Veteran Stars Of American Turf: Leaders Among Five-Year-Olds And Over During Past Sixteen Years---Jack Atkin And Exterminator First For Two Years [charts and information]