Answers To Queries., Daily Racing Form, 1917-05-04


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ANSWERS TO QUERIES. I Communications without names and addresses 1 I will net he noticed nor answered. No answers will j [ be sent by mail and none by wire gnless reply pre- | | I payment is made at time of wiring qaary. v , — __ — — — . — — 1 i J. E. C, Went Baden, Ind. Thanks for the in- i formation you kindly sent us. Harry .. Chicago. 111. Such matters should | bring payment, but the local practice is against it. C. G. H.. Brunswick, ia. In its literal meaning the term "length* is the length of a horse, but in racing practice the word, as used, indicates abeut ten feet. The application is to the horses in swift action. S. M. S., San Francisco. Cal. This newspaper is informed that ex jockey Martin Sweeney is alive and in the penitentiary at Ossining, New York, serving a life sentence for murder committed in New York city, about the year 1000. J. B. S.. Chicago. III. The race was for the Kenwood Stakes at Washington Park July 1. 1902, and over a heavy track. Tom Cogan won handily. Dick Welles was second. Stemwiuder third. The five-eighths iu 1:08"-. The odds on Dick Welles were 1 to S. A Suliscril er. New Orleans. La. This aamasauaaT haa for years advanced the opinion that when in the mutuels a field horse wins or runs to a place. sill other field horses win accordingly. It is only-fair to add that this opiniou does not meet with general acceptance away from the truck.

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