Answers to Queries, Daily Racing Form, 1910-07-01


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ANSWERS TO QUERIES. V. P.. Toronto, ttnt. Stanley Fays average price was 75 to toil; Chilton Squaws was 8 to 5. M. E. G.. Chicago. Racelaml won his first race at Latonia May 27. 1887. it being the Harold Stakes. M. J. M.. Chicago. The bet on Lottery Man lost, fie was iii tile field and many field tickets Were sold. John B.. Chicago. The parlay was a draw as to Dreamer and Aichuuke and a winner on Zienap and Emperor William. J. P. P., Chicago. Alice Baird paid 4.40 at the track and vim cannot reasonablv expect more here. The 4.40 included the bet. 0. A. K., Niles. Mich. The jiarlay won and should be paid. It made no difference where the bone that was "oat*" for place finished. Since nothing could be won bv a place bet on it, nothing could be lost. Win. S.. Detroit. Mich. The puriwse of a time limit is to prevent hels being made with previous knowledge of the result. The Rialto bet should be paid, it being obvious that no such fraudulent knowledge eon Id have existed. N. V. W.. San Jose. Cal. Piute is registered as Plate through error. Mr. Perry Belmont, who bred the horse, meant his name to be Piute, following the Indian tribe line ot nomenclature. Piutes elder brother is Apache, an Indian tribe, aud his mother. Yaqui. another Indian tribe. 1. ashman. Chicago. The bet on Madman won and there is 110 reason whatever for withholding payment. Tin bookmaker accepted the liet, the horse won and nothing remained but to settle. The idea advanced by the bookmaker is wrong. A bet is a ina tier of agreement and one can bet on anything he pleases if he can liml a taker.

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