A Point Of Advantage., Daily Racing Form, 1907-04-03


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A POINT OF ADVANTAGE. There is one thing aliout the Benning system of looking whieh is an improvement, and that is the total lack of syndicate prices and the absence of those rough and tumble persons called "runners. w hose duty ii is io dash madly about the betting ring, blaring to their employers the news that such and such a horse is l eing backed by so and so in somebody elses Ixiok. At I.eiiuing it is im-pi s-ilde to gei Back inforina t ion offhand, yvhile it is Often the case thai some of the best known layers an- caught out of line as to market prices.

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