Answers to Queries, Daily Racing Form, 1907-11-19

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ANSWERS TO QUERIES. Communications without names and addresses of senders will not be answered or noticed; nor will any answers be sent by mail. B. J. S., Norwood, O. Sorry cannot give you that information. Only took results. B. M., Milwaukee, Wis. Under the circumstances :detailed by you, the bet won and even money would bo a fair price E. H. J., St. Louis, Mo. You should be paid whatever the sum wagered produced from a parlay on Alauda and Sainesaw. Max A. C, Chicago. Aqueduct has a mile and an eighth track. A diagram of the track at Bcnning was published Sunday. R. T. D., Chicago. The horses belong to T. H. Williams, but appear to have raced in the name of his trainer, Dr. H. E. Howell. F. J. It., Chicago. Jack Nunnally won several races at the Butte meeting, particulars of which were published in Daily Racing Form November 12. W. E., St. Pauli Minn. So far as has been made public, no one has second call on Nicol at present. The Schreibcr list will be published in due course. His young horses have not all been named. X. G. H.. St. Louis, Mo. The bet on Sanfara was void, but it was good on Fireball place, if the money coming from Sanfara was sufficient in amount to meet the conditional bet on Fireball. J. I., Chicago. A selling race is an allowance race Itself, the allowances being based on the prices at which the horses are entered. Variations at the track from conditions published in the program books are not within our control. Win. W., Cincinnati, O. Generally speaking, the horse that is favorite at post time, Is considered the favorite foe a race, but the horse that averages lowest throughout the betting is really the favorite the betting as a whole considered.

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