Answers to Queries, Daily Racing Form, 1913-03-29

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ANSWERS TO QUERIES. Chas. S. Detroit. Midi. II. C. B.-lwell don his own training. J. V. 11. . Bowling Green, Ky. There i- no ground for anv difference • I opinion. The parlay won at tin- bookaaakcrs limit of m to l. F. S.. Chicago. The hot on John FurisM wis a dr. iw. unless the bookmaker recorded it as a bet on tin- entry. If he did this it won. c. P... si. Louis. Mo. The parlay won al toe Istok makers limit of :-,o to 1 and could d ■ more, the- return due being apparently * I-" .i. Ji». I.. W. V.. Cleveland. I . The Canadian ilsfet wen- correctly puhlislied. Ottawa wanes into he circuit thi- year with two meetings, i asslni i i • arrangemeul a- compared with last rear. II. A. J.. Toronto. Onl. Tin niulu.l- arc u- d Alone at Toronto, tin Kentuek] tracks. Piinliro and the in western Canadian tracks. Ihajimakini N Ihe order elsewhere, with a slowing tendency to adopt tin- niiiluel- exclu-ively. J. K. D.. Pari-. K.v. D is the custom to rOSpl bones in the betting that are in different ownu ships hut trained hv the same trainer. It is only a custom. There i- now no rule rouceralng the mat icr and they could he laid against separately if a r one .hose I o. W. I It. I.oiii-vilL Ky, The place pnriaj • March Jl ■« Samuel It. Meyer. John Furlong mil Cuiiyhniik won as ■ single place bet rm fnttyhimk, being void on Samuel It. Meyer because there a i-no place price, and oa John Furlong beea we ha • m aerate had. Armor had nothing to do with the CM -.

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