Answers to Queries, Daily Racing Form, 1914-05-24

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ANSWERS TO QUERIES. 1 Communications without names and addresses j I will not 1k» noticed nor answered. No answers will I | be sent by mail and none by wire unless reply pre- | I payment is made at time of wiring query. I A. W. .. Kansas Citv. Mo. If. alter the layer -aid the horse bad been scratched, there was no 0 made there is nothing to be lamed. II N.. Chicago. II is so plain the man must 1 have ant Bavherry Candle, that there is no . honest ground for refusing payment. Intention governs if ascertainable. It. T. .. 1-1 laso. Tex. The posted notice "All 1 combinations are play or pay- would certainly gov-,iii :,|| sii.-h transactions and under such conditions s the three investments s| e. itioel lost. L. W., I/Oliisville. Ky. Carrying 130 pounds, 7 Whisk Broom ll. won the Suburban Handicap ol • 1913 at Belmont Pari and covered its distance of a I mike and a quarter in 2:oo. It was run over the main track. Mike S.. Detroit. Mich. Where no race was ■ named, the transaction attached to the first race in 0 which Mr. Belmont had an entry, it being tin- third d race, in which be had Defendum and Thornhill II ■anted to start, but only started Defendum. As s Defendum only finished third, it was a losing transaction. ;

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