Answers to Queries, Daily Racing Form, 1913-11-13

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ANSWERS TO QUERIES. Communications without names and addresses I will not be noticed nor answered. No answers will lie sent by mail and none by wire unless reply pre-I payment is made at time of wiring query. P. .T. G., New York. If the bet on Birdie Williams was at track mutual prices, it won. John J.. Chicago. The bet on the Bedwell entry in the fifth race at Pimlico November 10 won. Fred C. Cincinnati, O. The horses named in the parlay having been scratched, the bet was a draw. Florence B., Cincinnati, O. This newspaper does not answer such queries unless a good reason is given. J. B. S., Hamilton, Out. No amount having been named to be bet on Little Ep it was no bet so far as that horse was concerned. Schindlers, Louisville, Ky. The place liet on Bob Hensley as a part of a Bradley entry neither won nor lost. It was a draw because as it was made it was equivalent to u stipulation that he should run for Bradley or no bet. S. It. L".. Toronto, Ont. In selling races only the winner is offered at auction. Claiming is a different tiling and there is no way of preventing a beaten horse from lieing claimed by anyone having the right to do so under, racing lilies. In the case cited. A could claim Bs horse and B could claim As horse. J. H. Kansas City, Mo. As J. L. S. presented the matter he had two 0 parlays, one of which won and the other lost. His winning parlay beiug on the second and third races had won lefore there was any action on the losing parlay. He therefore had auiple money coining to make the 0 losing parlay and it should be held to have been of that amount. Had It won instead of losing he would have been entitled to claim the winnings of a 0 parlay.

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