Answers to Queries, Daily Racing Form, 1907-12-26

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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. J. P. P., Chicago. The wager lost. G. A. D., Toronto, Out. The price to be paid is 20 to 1. J. S., Chicago. Have no definite information on the subject, but it is probably the case. M. I. F., Toronto, Out Hcnshall Is racing nothing at present. Cannot say as to his whereabouts. F. W. K., Chicago. The Purse Rose show price has been verified and was 3 to 1 as published. She was heavily backed to show near the close. R. E. X., Toronto, Ont. Golden Shore was the favorite fof the third race at Santa Anita December IS, although not the post favorite. Average odds is the controlling factor. W. II. H., Chicago. The distance between City Park and the Fair Grounds at New Orleans is about one mile. For other information, assistant secretary Smith, Coney Island Jockey Club. J. B. S., Louisville, Ky. There were two horses named The Bard. The American horse was by Longfellow, out of Bradamante, by War Dance; the English horse was by Petrarch Magdalene and died in France.

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