Answers to Queries, Daily Racing Form, 1907-12-07

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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. F. S., Toronto, Ont. The sum coming to you is 2.20. J. M., Cincinnati, O. At 25 to 1 if it reached that limit. T. D., Cincinnati, O. When Jacquin was scratched it became a two-horse parlay and was payable as such. W. J. P., St. Louis, Mo. The press of daily work prevents such extensive search as probably would be required. P. T., Cincinnati, O. Letter was advertised for such a person. It was delivered ,to the right man, who is well known here. John C, Chicago. Pat Dunne did not own Pink Coat, but he trained him when he won the St. Louis and American Derbys. T. T., Chicago. McChesney won three races in the east and started in fifteen. Was 15 to 1- or more -in the Ocean Handicap at Sheepshead Bay in 1904. W. A. L., Detroit, Mich. All that we can sug gest is that you write to prominent owners at the various tracks where the charts show you they ate racing their horses. J. L. B., Champaign, III. All such stakes will be advertised presently in this newspaper, and wlien you see the advertisements you will find all the information you seek.

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