Answers To Queries., Daily Racing Form, 1910-12-29


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ANSWERS TO QUERIES E F R St Louis Mo According to your own statement the bet was made in ample tiuiu aud was a loser loserR R E B Chicago Your parlay lost because there was a separate show price of 4 to 5 against John Reardon Tom Hayward had nothing to do with the bet In parlays only the horses named count as factors factorsD D B Louisville Ky The point In the case is this Anyone has the right to limit his losses It is a common practice of handhonkmakers to do this If you make a wager with one who has a limit you bet subject to that limit A layer who has a limit should notify his patrons of the fact Then there could be no controversy In view of the fact that you do not seem to have had notice of the 25 S and 4 limit your man should pay you the track prices but the probability is that lie will not do so

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