Answers to Queries, Daily Racing Form, 1910-07-21

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ANSWERS TO QUERIES. J. C. F., Chicago. See reply to Chas. R. J. I.. St. Louis. Mo. At average odds Dalmatian paid 1 to K July 1T . J. T. P., Chicago. The parlay won on the Hil-dreth entry, See reply to J. F. S. J. H. W.. Chicago. Woodford and Buckner owned Pink Coat when he won the American Derby and Pat Dunne trained aha. Gus F.. Chicago. When was the wager made? Cannot lad any recent occasion when Mockler and Sir Cleges were running on the same day. J. I... Chicago. 1 The bookmaker could not alter the facts ot the race and as it terminated the bet lost. But having misled tile bettor by false Information, the bookmaker, as a matter of justice, jhould repay the money bet. 2 See reply to Chus. J. F. S.. St. Louis. Mo. It was a stake race in which Hildreth had a number of nominations and had the right up to a certain time prior to the race to withdraw any of them and add any of them. A bet on the Hildreth entry without stipulations was run for by anything Hildreth might start. Since Restigouche won, a bet on the Hildreth entry wop also. Chas. R., Chicago and others elsewhere. When two horses run a dead heat and it is not run off, the money bet is added together and equally divided between the hacker and layer. Thus. bet on Sir l leges in his dead heat race with Apologize would call for , of which would go to his backer and to the bookmaker. If had been bet on Apologize it would call for 2.50, of which, as iu the other case, each party TO the bet would take half. This covers all queries concerning the dead heat case.

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