Answers To Queries., Daily Racing Form, 1915-06-27


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ANSWERS TO QUERIES M P Buffalo X Y It was a losing transac ¬ tion tionK K P M Cincinnati 0 It will be mutuel bet ¬ ting only at Fort Erie ErieR R T Dallas Tex Impressives show price at Douglas Park May 25 was 15 to 100 100W W T 1C Cincinnati 0 In mutuels all Hold horses count as one and If one wins all win In the case named Increase won through bavmo nn ishing lirst lirstFair Fair Play Columbus O 1 B 1ays Being in inutuels the parlay won 2 Do not know of any such transactions but there is no good reason why they should not take place placeA A D San Francisco Cal Isaac Murphy rode the winner of the following Mnerican Derbys 1JSS1 Modesty 1SS5 Volante 1SSO Silver Cloud 1SSS Emperor of Norfolk NorfolkII II W P Seattle Wash The last year of open betting odds on programs instead of the slates at Washington Park was 1903 Xo betting was permitted oil such racing as took place in JJOl JJOlC C W Nashville Tcnn The otlieial placing in the race from which Celandria was disqualified was Itonnlc Tess llrst Grasp second and Malachite third Bets were paid accordingly It was a win ¬ ner nerG G M K Louisville Ky First Fiddle belongs to j Livingston and is probably at Hamilton Ont Lady May belongs or did belong to C L Mackey and has not appeared in racing since the Havana meeting Do not know her present location

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